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Understanding ‘Clintipathy’: A pathological hatred of the Clintons

Published: 31Oct2016

« News of the FBI’s investigation of more Hillary Clinton emails isn’t just a bombshell—it’s a guided missile to her Achilles heel: her trust gap with the American people. » Op-ed by Gil Troy,...

Opinion: Alberta's biofuels policies belong in the history books

Published: 31Oct2016

« Alberta will soon have an economy-wide carbon price. Over time, it will reduce the province’s greenhouse gas emissions and drive the innovation and cost reductions crucial for the future...

Researchers identify gene associated with intracranial aneurysm in French-Canadian population

Published: 31Oct2016

Scientists have identified a gene in the French-Canadian population that predisposes them to the development of intracranial aneurysm (IA), a potentially life threatening neurological condition...

Researchers identify gene associated with intracranial aneurysm in French-Canadian population

Published: 31Oct2016

Scientists have identified a gene in the French-Canadian population that predisposes them to the development of intracranial aneurysm (IA), a potentially life threatening neurological condition...

AMUSE/Casuals plan to strike Saturday

Published: 29Oct2016

McGill has received an official notice from the Association of McGill University Support Employees (AMUSE/Casuals)/Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) indicating that the union has called a...

CETA trade- on again, off again, now back on?

Published: 28Oct2016

Analysis, and prospects for eventual signing, from Armand De Mestral, professor emeritus at Montreal’s McGill University in the Faculty of Law. Read more: Radio-Canada International

A Brilliant Success

Published: 27Oct2016

A Brilliant Night raises $1 million for brain cancer research A Brilliant Night, raised an astounding $1 million for brain cancer research at its gala event on Oct. 19.

It’s what's underneath that counts

Published: 27Oct2016

To the naked eye, ancient rocks may look completely inhospitable, but in reality, they can sustain an entire ecosystem of microbial communities in their fracture waters isolated from sunlight for...

The real- and growing- effects of fake pills

Published: 27Oct2016

There is a placebo effect for both the patient who receives a placebo and the one who receives a real drug, according to Jeffrey Mogil, a professor in the department of psychology at McGill...

McGill tops Maclean’s ranking for 12th straight year

Published: 26Oct2016

McGill once again ranked first in the “medical-doctoral” category in scholarships and bursaries for students, as well as in social sciences and humanities grants relative to faculty size. Maclean’s...

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