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Not all news consumers worry about journalistic values | POLICY OPTIONS

Published: 14Dec2018

The Max Bell School of Public Policy was mentioned in a Policy Options piece that discusses research conducted by newly appointed Max Bell Professor Taylor Owen and McGill Institute for the Study...

Tomislav Friščić awarded Steacie Prize for Natural Sciences

Published: 14Dec2018

Professor Tomislav Friščić is the recipient of the prestigious Steacie Prize for Natural Sciences for his exceptional contributions to Green Chemistry research in Canada. He is the third McGill...

THE TYEE | Want to Fix Foster Care? Ask Kids Who Have Been Through the System

Published: 14Dec2018

Those recommendations were all included in Relationships Matter for Youth “Aging Out” of Care, a report from Melanie Doucet, a McGill University social work PhD student, and eight youth from care...

THE CONVERSATION | Is the next Standing Rock looming in northern B.C.?

Published: 13Dec2018

Ground zero in the global battle against climate chaos this week is in Wet'suwet'en territory, northern British Columbia. As pipeline companies try to push their way onto unceded Indigenous...

Un projet pour surveiller et analyser la désinformation en ligne | Le Devoir

Published: 12Dec2018

The Max Bell School was mentioned in an article featuring the Digital Democracy Project in Le Devoir. ...

Gut hormone increases response to food

Published: 12Dec2018

Ghrelin promotes conditioning to food-related odours...

THE NEW YORK TIMES | Can we really inherit trauma?

Published: 11Dec2018

…Investigators in the field say the critique is premature: the science is still young and feeling its way forward. Studies in mice, in particular, have been offered as evidence of such trauma...