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Neuro's new steps toward repairing brain damage

Published: 16Mar2017

There might be a way to repair axons which, when damaged, lead to brain damage and disabilities. MNI neurology and neurosurgery professor Alyson Fournier was interviewed. Read more: CTV News

McGill 24

Published: 16Mar2017

McGill University students Erin Yong Ping and Amy Luce join Global’s Laura Casella to talk about McGill 24, the university’s biggest digital fundraising campaign. Read more: Global News

McGill-born technology aims to revolutionize headphones, speakers

Published: 14Mar2017

A Montreal startup is counting on technology sparked by a casual conversation between two brothers pursuing PhDs at McGill University. Read more: Montreal Gazette

What newly discovered planets can teach us

Published: 13Mar2017

McGill University’s Nicolas Cowan explains the significance of the discovery of seven new planets.  Watch the interview here: CTV News

McGill wins Canadian university women's basketball championship

Published: 13Mar2017

Alex Kiss-Rusk had 15 points and 20 rebounds to lead the McGill Martlets past the Laval Rouge et Or 66-55 on Sunday to win the Canadian university women’s basketball championship. It’s the first...

Researchers shift focus to prevention of Alzheimer’s

Published: 10Mar2017

The failures of these amyloid-reducing efforts have left researchers with two broad conclusions, said Dr. John Breitner, a professor of psychiatry at McGill University and Canada Research Chair in...

McGill earns high marks in global subject rankings

Published: 9Mar2017

McGill has been ranked the world’s third-best anatomy and physiology school in global rankings released Wednesday. Read more: The Montreal Gazette

A lawyer and a philosopher on “us and them” – the migrant question

Published: 10Mar2017

Global migration has stirred questions of human rights, democracy, of living together, of ‘us and them.’ The philosopher Charles Taylor and the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights...

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