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Can Canada open up Iran without enraging its allies?

The political reactions to renewed relations with Iran will be a test of whether Canadian leaders, media and voters are willing to move past the foreign policies of the Harper era, said Gil Troy, a history professor at McGill University and a Shalom Hartman Engaging Israel Research Fellow in Jerusalem. iPolitics

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Published on : 28 Jan 2016

Anonymous, qui es-tu?

Gabriella Coleman, professeure d'anthropologie, dresse le portrait des pirates masqués. Le Devoir

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Published on : 28 Jan 2016

Dr. Mitch's five heart healthy habits

Article by Dr. Mitch Shulman, Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery. The Suburban

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Published on : 28 Jan 2016

myFuture Unavailable Feb 8 / non disponible 8 Fev

MyFuture will be unavailable on Monday, February 8, 2016 from 8:00 am to 12 noon for system maintenance. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause. MyFuture ne sera pas disponible le lundi 8 février 2016 de 8h à 12h pour l'entretien du système. Nous nous excusons pour tout inconvénient que cela pourrait occasionner.

Published on : 28 Jan 2016

Line Managers' Rationales for Professionals' Reduced-Load Work in Embracing and Ambivalent Organizations

Author: Kossek, E.E., Ollier-Malaterre, A., Lee, M. D., Pichler, S., Hall, D.T. Publication: Abstract: Human Resource Management

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Published on : 28 Jan 2016

William Shatner on acting, music, life & “Star Trek”

It’s not uncommon for a veteran actor to offer sage advice, choice nuggets of wisdom, gleaned from a lifetime of experience. William Shatner, at nearly 85, is not one of those actors. “What I’ve learned,” said the Canadian-born Shatner, who brings his one-man Broadway show to the Balboa Theatre Thursday, “is that I, primarily, and everybody, in general, knows nothing. I know nothing.” William Shatner graduated from McGill University in 1952 with a BCom degree.

Published on : 28 Jan 2016

The real (and shocking) story of Kevin O'Leary's business career

Buried in the back pages of the financial press last October was a story about the sale of his mutual fund company, O’Leary Funds, to Canoe Financial, an investment firm run by former Dragons’ Den cast member and entrepreneur Brett Wilson.

Published on : 28 Jan 2016

Chronic pain changes our immune systems

By Cynthia Lee Newsroom Chronic pain may reprogram the way genes work in the immune system, according to a new study by McGill University researchers published in the journal Scientific Reports.  

Published on : 28 Jan 2016

Prof. Audrey Moores receives a 2016 CNC-IUPAC travel award

The CNC-IUPAC award is given every year to 4 young chemists in Canada to attend an IUPAC conference. Audrey Moores will be attended the 6th International IUPAC Conference on Green Chemistry taking place in Venice, Italy, in September 2016. This conference is unique in that, in addition to its research focus, society stakeholders, entrepreneurs and educational bodies actively participate in the event and contribute.  2016 CNC-IUPAC travel awardees

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Published on : 27 Jan 2016

EBOH Research Day - Save the Date - April 27th, 2016

Dear Students & Professors,  Please save the date for EBOH's 12th Annual Research Day which will take place on Wednesday, April 27, 2016 in the Thomson House Ballroom. Abstract submission will open in February 2016 (more information is forthcoming). 

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Published on : 27 Jan 2016

On the cover: Biomaterial breakthrough

Research led by Dr Hossein Heris of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Dr Jamal Daoud of the Department of Biomedical Engineering is featured on the cover of the journal Advanced Healthcare Materials. Their article describes the successful adhesion of human fibroblast cells to a scaffold biomaterial composed of hyaluronic acid and gelatin composite microgels.

Published on : 27 Jan 2016

Watson: We’re resourceful and we’re OK. Really?

Column by William Watson, professor of economics. Ottawa Citizen

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Published on : 27 Jan 2016

Office workers should use same care as athletes

Côté, a kinesiology researcher who teaches at McGill University, is interested in finding ways to reduce or even prevent the kinds of muscular and skeletal stresses and pains that will affect one in ten office workers at some point in their careers. Tech Vibes

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Published on : 27 Jan 2016

La recherche au coeur de la révolution industrielle

Suzanne Fortier, la principale et vice-chancelière de l’Université McGill, est la première haute dirigeante d’une université canadienne à être invitée à devenir membre du Global University Leaders du Forum économique mondial, un club sélect qui regroupe une vingtaine de recteurs des plus prestigieuses universités du monde. La Presse

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Published on : 27 Jan 2016