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Molecule shown to repair damaged axons

Published: 8Mar2017

Discovery could be key to treating brain and spinal cord injury...

McGill ranked world’s 3rd best university for study of Anatomy & Physiology

Published: 7Mar2017

McGill University is the world’s third-best university for the study of Anatomy & Physiology, behind only the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, according to the 2017 QS World University...

Every stamp tells a story at McGill's McLennan Library

Published: 7Mar2017

David Lank, a retired McGill professor, was mandated by the Rare Books and Special Collections department of the McLennan Library to buy and assemble a stamp collection, predominantly relating to...

Will Trump’s unilateral trade approach work? History says no.

Published: 7Mar2017

What happens if the United States decides to bypass the World Trade Organization dispute settlement system — and crack down unilaterally when it thinks other countries are trading unfairly? Here’s...

Opinion: International Women's Day and Canada's First Nations

Published: 6Mar2017

It’s easy to think of the violence perpetrated against indigenous women and girls as a problem for indigenous communities. What’s more of a challenge is recognizing the roles that the wider society...

The coolest thing about how music triggers memories

Published: 6Mar2017

Now the links between emotion, memory, and music are being plumbed by scientists, specifically Signy Sheldon and Julia Donahue of McGill University in Montreal. Their new paper in Memory and...

Ottawa to provide $70 M to McGill for research-facility upgrades, energy-saving renovations

Published: 2Mar2017

The Government of Canada announced today in Montreal that McGill University and two of its affiliated hospitals will receive $70.7 million through the Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic...

Recognizing rare diseases

Published: 28Feb2017

Research and clinical care complement each other at The Neuro...

Woodstoves are good for the soul, bad for the heart

Published: 27Feb2017

The risk of acute myocardial infarction for the elderly living in and around small cities is increased by air pollution caused by biomass burning from woodstoves.  ...

Access to cutting-edge research equipment, laboratories and tools

Published: 28Feb2017

At the University of New Brunswick this morning, The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science, announced $51,968,051 for 223 projects at 39 universities across the country, including over $4.5...

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