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Two important architectural archives are now available online at the Blackader-Lauterman Library of Architecture and Art: Industrial Architecture of Montreal and the Canadian Architect and Builder (CAB).
A team of researchers at McGill has developed a quick and inexpensive method for identifying children with a potentially dangerous breathing disorder called obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
Education professor Mary Maguire is leading an inquiry into biliteracy and school success of minority language children in different contexts.
Policy makers have new tools for assessing the transportation and location of toxic waste. Dr Vedat Verter, a risk modelling specialist in Management, pays special attention to insurance costs and optimal plant location and design.
Education professor Dr Joan Russell's research on "singing culture," which is based on fieldwork in the Fijian Islands, offers an interesting perspective on music education in our society.
Eleanor Wachtel, host of CBC Radio's "Writers & Company" and "The Arts Today," visits McGill as part of a special lecture series marking the centennial of Royal Victoria College (RVC) and the promotion of education for women.
Research into the effects of economic liberalization in India shows that professional education is now available to middle-class females. This may lead to more equitable distribution of power between the sexes in this traditionally patriarchal society.
McGill researchers have developed a model to identify the appropriate and economically feasible set of actions needed to achieve Canada's Kyoto Protocol commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.