They first burst onto the scene in 2005, with the modest goal of collecting the Shatner Building's food waste. A mere year later, these oddly named enviro types have become McGill's champions of composting. In fact, they are so darn good at what they do, the graduating class of 2006 dropped a nifty chunk of change onto their laps as a reward for all the hard work.
Road map for McGill.
Now in its third year, the Faculty of Education's Research Exchange Forum is more popular than ever.
Paolo Vivante, John MacNaughton Emeritus Professor of Classics, died peacefully in his 82nd year on Saturday morning, July 17, at the Montreal General Hospital, of respiratory complications.
Hell in cinema, Fluxus performance art and... necrophilia?!?! With topics like that, the new grad student speaker series promises to keep people awake if nothing else.
Medicine students who participated in the Summer 2004 Research Bursary program will present their findings.
We will take them on the bookshelves, we will take them on the hockey rink.
Le Conservatoire de danse de Montréal is holding a fundraiser for Gilda's Club, a resource centre for people living with cancer.
Canadian universities pick up the pace in the global sprint for top-ranked R&D. Who will make it to the podium and who will be lapped?
Roland Bennewitz, an experimental nanomechanics professor, is researching friction at its most fundamental level.