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Experts: Terrorist Attacks in Brussels (March 22, 2016)

"Explosions rocked the main airport and a subway in Brussels on Tuesday, killing at least 26 people." (The New York Times)

Published: 22Mar2016

ExoMars outbound in search for life signs

Interview with Lyle White, Department of Natural Resource Sciences, on the John Batchelor Show. Audio Boom

Published: 21Mar2016

Students create exhibit showcasing healing power of art

Anita Raj is a medical student at McGill and she's also a brain tumor survivor. She knows firsthand how art can help with the healing process. CTV News

Published: 21Mar2016

Anonymous, des sales coups à l’activisme global

Comment des cybermilitants sans nom et sans visage sont-ils passés du pur plaisir de nuire à la défense d’une cause? L’anthropologue Gabriella Coleman enquête en immersion. Le Temps

Published: 21Mar2016

Expert: Obama in Cuba

"President Barack Obama is in Cuba for a historic three-day visit to the island and talks with its communist leader." (BBC)

Published: 21Mar2016

Experts: Federal Budget (March 22)

"The Liberal government is now forecasting larger than expected deficits for the next two years even before adding billions in promised spending in its first budget, which will be tabled on March 22." (CTV News)

Published: 18Mar2016

The need for mentorship as a woman of colour

Rachel Zellars, PhD candidate, writes a tribute to three people who have helped her survive the world as a woman of colour. CBC News

Published: 18Mar2016

Carcasses provide clue to muskrat population decline

Jeremy Brammer, a PhD student at McGill University, is one of the researchers conducting the four-year study. He's collecting carcasses of muskrats and the animals that eat the rodent. CBC News

Published: 18Mar2016

Je travaille, donc j’étudie

Entretien avec Mathieu Laperle, directeur principal du Logement étudiant et d’hôtellerie de l’Université McGill. HRI Magazine

Published: 18Mar2016

City birds are smarter than country birds

By Cynthia Lee, McGill Newsroom

Life in the city changes cognition, behavior and physiology of birds to their advantage

Birds living in urban environments are smarter than birds from rural environments.

But, why do city birds have the edge over their country friends? They adapted to their urban environments enabling them to exploit new resources more favorably than their rural counterparts, say a team of all-McGill University researchers.

Published: 21Mar2016