VP (Research and International Relations) news
Family living conditions in childhood are associated with significant effects in DNA that persist well into middle age, according to new research by Canadian and British scientists.
Dear Colleagues, I write to emphasize with each of you that my office understands that research is one of the pillars of McGill and its standing as a leading university. We are all very proud of our research history, culture and strengths, as well we should be. As this strike continues, I am greatly concerned about the effects on morale and the resulting stress it is causing within our communi
This afternoon, the parties are returning to the negotiating table. Meanwhile, the injunction granted by Quebec Superior Court limiting some picket line activities during the MUNACA/PSAC strike was this morning extended to Jan. 21, 2012.
The world-renowned Fulbright program is an educational movement based on the principle of scholarly exchange between the United States and various countries from around the world. This year, a McGill student has been awarded a Fulbright to do research in the U.S., while the University will play host to four distinguished American scholars in the 2011-2012 academic year.
Thanks to a 4 year - $4 million grant from NSERC, the first Discovery Frontiers grant ever awarded, scientists from ten Canadian universities will now be able to collaborate with one another and with organizations from around the world to create a reference for the arctic land system. Geography professor Nigel Roulet will pursue his research into dissolved organic carbon in the Arctic waters.