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WIRED | Women's pain is different from men's- The drugs could be too

Published: 20Mar2019

This represents the first direct human evidence that pain seems to be as sex-dependent in its underlying biology in humans as we have been suggesting for a while now, based on experiments in mice,"...

NEW YORK TIMES | Boeing’s C.E.O. Speaks: ‘Our Hearts Are Heavy’

Published: 19Mar2019

“The F.A.A. has been something that Canada would follow to a considerable degree,” said Karl Moore, a business professor at McGill University in Montreal who closely follows the aviation industry. ...

Effervescence Conference: The Future of Life Science

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Program Description /neuroCategory: Academic conferences and symposia Medicine Research Faculty of Medicine MNI

Taylor Owen cited in article about Facebook leak | CBC

Published: 18Mar2019

Documents leaked to UK journalists reveals a global lobbying operation carried out by Facebook targeting legislators around the world, including in countries like the U.K., United States, Canada,...

Fiscal responsibility and the federal budget | Breakfast Television Montreal

Published: 18Mar2019

MARCH 14, 2019 | Director of the Max Bell School of Public Policy, Dr Christopher Ragan, sat down with Breakfast Television Montreal to speak about the new 'fiscally responsible' budget, as...

Populism and Public Policy | Breakfast Television Montreal

Published: 18Mar2019

The rise of populism has caused major changes in public policy, on both the left and the right. Professor Christoper Ragan, Director of Max Bell School of Public Policy, explores some examples....

Better Environmental and Economic Outcomes | The Future Economy

Published: 18Mar2019

In this interview, Christopher Ragan, Director of Max Bell School of Public Policy and Chair of Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission, helps to identify policy options to improve environmental and economic...

CBC NEWS | Montreal architects get $500K to show how Canada's cities hide in plain sight on screen

Published: 18Mar2019

This week, the Canada Council for the Arts announced that Montreal architecture and design studio T B A will represent Canada at the prestigious event with their project Impostor Cities — which...

CBC NEWS | 737 MAX 8 bans send airlines scrambling to move travellers

Published: 15Mar2019

Video with Karl Moore: "I would urge Canadians to be a bit patient with Air Canada and WestJet because it’s not their fault that the plane is grounded." Watch here

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