Think all science types are too immersed in their books to enjoy a little socializing? Guess again. The third annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Research Symposium drew friendly brainiacs from both sides of the border.
Psychology professor Albert Bregman is an expert on how the brain can distinguish different sounds among a cacophony.
In the wake of the recent Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Day, or Yom Hashoah, Eric Caplan, an associate professor in the Department of Jewish Studies, outlines his own theological misgivings about the existence of God.
Fine-tune your investment know-how with the McGill Women's Networking Group.
A look at a few of the ways that the university wields its technological prowess. Read about digitizing rare collections, imaging cells in 6D, ultra-videoconferencing and COOL schooling.
Principal Heather Munroe-Blum and the heads of three other research-intensive Quebec universities present a united front at a press conference in which they demand that the Quebec government address the issue of underfunding.
Pierre Dutilleul is a statistician who studies trees. Examining how branching patterns affect light-gathering efficiency in plants can improve our understanding of photosynthesis, and by extension, food production and the environment.
So many McGill websites, so little time.
Stephen Lewis draws on his experience as UN special envoy in Africa and AIDS advocate when delivering this year's Massey Lectures.
The juggernaut that is McGill athletics brings back five major titles in just two short weeks.