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Press Release: ArcelorMittal Mining Canada G.P. to fund major mining research collaboration at McGill University

5 Oct 2018

MONTREAL, October 3, 2018 –ArcelorMittal Mining Canada G.P. announced today a long-term funding programme to support mining and materials engineering R&D in the Faculty of Engineering at McGill...

Professor Sylvain Coulombe appointed Associate Vice-Principal, Innovation and Partnerships.

10 Sep 2018

Martha Crago, Vice-Principal, Research and Innovation (R&I), is pleased to announce the appointment of Sylvain Coulombe as Associate Vice-Principal, Innovation and Partnerships, effective...

McGill-Concordia collaboration wins big in solar-powered house competition

24 Aug 2018

After more than two years of hard work, Canada’s sole entry in the 2018 Solar Decathlon competition has won first prize in the Architecture; Market Appeal; and Communications contests with thirds...

Nano-sized traps show promise in diagnosing pathogenic bacterial infections

16 Aug 2018

A new type of “lab on a chip” developed by McGill University scientists has the potential to become a clinical tool capable of detecting very small quantities of disease-causing bacteria in just...

NSERC awards $9.9M to McGill-led research projects

15 Aug 2018

On August 10, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) announced the recipients of the 2018 NSERC Strategic Partnership Grants program. Eight McGill-led projects are receiving...

Mark Driscoll receives the Hommage Émergence prize for his professional accomplishments

14 Jun 2018

Engineer Mark Driscoll received the Hommage Émergence award, which recognizes the professional achievements of an OIQ member who is 35 years of age or younger. Mr. Driscoll, a professor at McGill...

CMC celebrates 500th prototype developed in university-based MNT labs

14 Jun 2018

The Micro-Nanotechnology (MNT) Financial Assistance Program, administered by CMC Microsystems, is pleased to announce the 500th technology prototype enabled through its competitive funding process.

Mechanical man merits McGill Medal

13 Jun 2018

It started with a serious disagreement with a dean, 33 years ago, and it culminated in one of the University’s highest honours....

Sometimes learning things the hard way is better

31 Oct 2017

For any first-time visitor, Tokyo is always a mind-expanding experience. Few cities in the world can match its size, scale or density, while at the same time, the intense focus on detail that is...

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