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You (probably) don’t need to worry about the chemicals in your macaroni and cheese

Published: 19Jul2017

“Those worried about the ridiculously low levels of ‘chemicals’ in this product should spend their energy encouraging people to eat more fruits and veggies.” Joe Schwarcz, a chemist at McGill...

John Dobson Foundation makes its largest donation to McGill to support X-1 entrepreneurs

Published: 19Jul2017

The John Dobson Foundation has announced a donation of $2 million dollars – its largest gift to McGill yet – to fund the McGill X-1 Accelerator program run by the McGill Dobson Centre for...

McGill entrepreneurship program gets $2-million donation

Published: 18Jul2017

A McGill University program aimed at helpings students get businesses off the ground has received a $2-million donation from the foundation that helped launch the university’s first...

Charting literary greatness with Jane Austen

Published: 17Jul2017

TxtLAB, at McGill University, had mapped her novels along with those of other female 19th-century novelists “on a sliding scale of sociability vs. interiority.” Read more: New York Times

McGill grad Julie Payette to be named Canada's next Governor General

Published: 13Jul2017

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will appoint former astronaut Julie Payette as Canada’s next governor-general, picking the prominent Quebecker for the high-profile position rather than a number of...

Detecting long-term concussion in athletes

Published: 12Jul2017

Lawyers representing both sides in concussion lawsuits against sports leagues may eventually have a new tool at their disposal: a diagnostic signature that uses artificial intelligence to detect...

Are generational stereotypes ever true? Millennials and beyond

Published: 12Jul2017

Are generational stereotypes ever true? A Millennial and a Baby Boomer discuss intergenerational prejudice and dialogue Interview with Professor Karl Moore.  Read more: Mind This Magazine

Expert: Giant iceberg breaks off Antarctica

Published: 12Jul2017

"One of the biggest icebergs on record has broken away from Antarctica, scientists said on Wednesday, creating an extra hazard for ships around the continent as it breaks up." (CBC)

Detecting long-term concussion in athletes

Published: 12Jul2017

Researchers develop method that could one day be used in brain trauma lawsuits...

What would Rorschach tell you about you?

Published: 11Jul2017

“For me, what was really interesting is the way that these tests offer people a language of the self – a vocabulary or an idiom for talking about who they are and what they want, and what kinds of...

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