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First images of magnetic fields at the edge of black hole in M87 Galaxy

Published: 25Mar2021

The Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) collaboration, which includes researchers from McGill University, who produced the first ever image of a black hole, has revealed this week a new view of the...

Rural Alaskans struggle to access and afford water

Published: 25Mar2021

Water scarcity in rural Alaska is not a new problem, but the situation is getting worse with climate change. Lasting solutions must encourage the use of alternative water supplies like rainwater...

Expert: Supreme Court’s carbon tax decision

Published: 25Mar2021

In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled the federal Liberal government's carbon pricing regime is constitutional — a major decision that allows Ottawa to push ahead with its...

Study links genes with function across the human brain

Published: 25Mar2021

Comparing two neural maps reveals the roles of genes in cognition, perception and feeling...

Neuro Workshop: Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell (hiPSC) Training Course

11May2021
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13May2021

Apply to register via Survey Monkey. Application Deadline: April 15, 2021/neuroCategory: McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) Medicine Research Faculty of Medicine MNI

Bilingual babies prefer baby talk - in any language

Published: 24Mar2021

Babies prefer baby talk in any language, but particularly when it’s in a language they’re hearing at home, according to a new study including close to 700 babies on four continents. The research,...

McGill launches Masters of Management in Finance

Published: 11Feb2016

By Leilani Ku, Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management is launching a new twelve-month Masters of Management in Finance (MMF).

McGill and Genome Canada announce new Canadian SARS-CoV-2 Data Portal

Published: 23Mar2021

A Made-in-Canada data solution to support the Government of Canada Variants of Concern Strategy

Delay of second doses of COVID-19 vaccines has epidemiological benefits, but long-term effects depend on strength of immunity

Published: 9Mar2021

Delaying second doses of COVID-19 vaccines should reduce case numbers in the near term; however, the longer term case burden and the potential for evolution of viral ‘escape’ from immunity will...

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