New laser method reproduces masterworks to protein patterns <br />Canadian scientists reproduce Girl with a Pearl Earring with protein patterning technique
Canadian researchers have created a new protein patterning technique that’s enabled them to reproduce complex cellular environments and a miniature version of a masterpiece painting.
Charles Taylor, a philosopher and emeritus professor at McGill University was presented with the Kyoto Prize from the Inamori Foundation on November 10. Taylor, researched the idea of cultural diversity and multiculturalism pointing to a world in which diverse, heterogeneous cultures coexist peacefully through mutual recognition, the foundation said.
Some of the latest research on Darwin's finches of the Galapagos Islands shows an unexpected pattern of natural selection that is allowing researchers a rare glimpse into what the early stages of speciation might look like. OEB Darwin fellow Andrew Hendry of McGill has a paper appearing in the current issue of Proceedings of the Royal Society.
One of the first voters in the United States to cast a ballot Tuesday in the presidential election was a McGill University engineering student in Montreal who got a lift from his mom to make it to the New Hampshire poll on time.
The following McGill experts are available today for comment on yesterday's victory by Barack Obama in the U.S. presidential election, and its significance in the United States and Canada:
The Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital’s (The Neuro) third Annual Faculty and Staff Campaign
The Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital’s (The Neuro) third Annual Faculty and Staff Campaign, “Putting our Heads Together,” launches this Wednesday October 29 2008.