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Traditional native dance at McGill annual pow wow

Indigenous people of America participate in traditional native dances during the annual McGill pow wow held on the McGill university grounds on Friday, Sept. 16, 2016. Montreal Gazette

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Published on : 19 Sep 2016

Are American voters Trumped both ways?

Op-ed by Henry Mintzberg, Cleghorn Professor of Management Studies. Huffington Post

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Published on : 16 Sep 2016

Uber cars seized in Quebec, drivers fined and licences confiscated

Barry Eidlin, professor of sociology, explained the government is perfectly within its rights to confiscate Uber driver’s cars. “I think it’s a message from the government that they need to be taken seriously,” he said. Global News

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Published on : 15 Sep 2016

Can computer analysis tell us anything new about literature?

“There is a major flaw to all methodologies in the humanities. Traditional methods are not able to generalise in legitimate and transparent ways – though we have tried.” Andrew Piper, director of digital humanities laboratory, txt.LAB. The Guardian

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Published on : 15 Sep 2016

Watson: Clinton's pneumonia and the New Donald Trump

Column by William Watson, professor of economics. The Ottawa Citizen

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Published on : 13 Sep 2016

Bruno Tremblay se souvient du 11-Septembre

Le 11 septembre rappelle de douloureux souvenirs au Saguenéen Bruno Tremblay. Il y a exactement 15 ans, le professeur-chercheur en sciences atmosphériques et océanographiques vivait la terrible attaque terroriste de l'intérieur. La Presse  

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Published on : 12 Sep 2016

Your new iPhone will soon be trash, and that's the point

Op-ed by Jonathan Sterne, professor of communication studies. The Globe and Mail

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Published on : 09 Sep 2016

The bad news: Trauma can be inherited. The good news—so can resilience

Article covering research by Moshe Szyf, molecular biologist and Michael Meaney, neurobiologist, on epigenetic changes from the environment that are written into our DNA, and then passed down to the next generation. Big Think

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Published on : 09 Sep 2016

Serge Gauthier et la percée médicale sur la maladie d'Alzheimer

Un regroupement de chercheurs internationaux semble avoir trouvé un médicament qui pourrait retarder de trois ou quatre ans le développement de la maladie d'Alzheimer chez les gens qui sont au stade léger. Catherine Perrin parle de cette percée médicale avec le spécialiste Serge Gauthier, de l'Institut Douglas. Radio-Canada

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Published on : 09 Sep 2016

À l'échelle humaine: l'analyse des lacunes

Chronique de Maïa Korotkina, École d'éducation permanente. Journal de Montréal

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Published on : 09 Sep 2016

Entrepreneurial courses for those who could use them the most

Starting this month, students from five faculties (arts, science, engineering, music, and agriculture and environmental sciences) can pursue minors in entrepreneurship, with finance, accounting, marketing and other business fundamentals taught by professors from the Desautels Faculty of Management. The Globe and Mail

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Published on : 09 Sep 2016

Companies should help introverts flourish

Karl Moore of McGill University in Montreal, who has asked over 200 CEOs about introversion on the radio show he hosts, says that introverts who make it to the top usually learn how to behave like extroverts for some of the time. The Economist

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Published on : 09 Sep 2016

L'épidémie de solitude

Article d’opinion par Robert Whitley, Professeur adjoint au département de psychiatrie. Huffington Post Québec

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Published on : 09 Sep 2016

McGill students travel to Saint John to study city’s unique architecture

“It gives you the time to actually sit down in front of something that first attracted your eye so that you understand what was the detail that may you want to sit down and sketch.” Maureen DeCarbonniers, architecture student. CTV News

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Published on : 09 Sep 2016

Could medical cannabis break the painkiller epidemic?

“Experimental clinical trials would provide the most definitive proof on any cause-and-effect relation between medical cannabis and reduced opioid use.” Mark Ware, director of clinical research at the Alan Edwards Pain Management Unit. Scientific American

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Published on : 09 Sep 2016