Teachers, scientists and university professors put their heads together to design new ways to teach science in the Quebec educational system. In the end, it was a learning experience for everyone.
A business conference on sustainability? Not quite peanut butter and chocolate, but two great tastes that taste surprisingly great together.
Hematologist Jean-Pierre Routy to lead trial study that lures HIV out of cells, then zaps it with epilepsy drug valproic acid with astonishing results.
While silos are great for storing livestock feed and nukes, they are lousy places from which to run health departments. So how is the McGill Educational Initiative on Interprofessional Collaboration promoting interdisciplinary teamwork? Read on...
Making Publics: Media Markets and Association in Early Modern Europe 1500-1700 may sound pretty dry, but the project's goal is to provide a map that will help us understand what created modern Western society.
Everything from HPV screening tests to pugilistic thuggery.
Graduate students in the Social Sciences and Humanities received new money from the federal government. Masters students will be funded from this level for the first time.
Everything you ever wanted to know about cellulose but were afraid to ask.
When does a tendency to misplace your glasses become a cause for medical concern? Neuroscientists Howard Chertow and Gabriel Leonard answer these and other questions along with other experts during Brain Awareness Week.
What better way to wrap up this year's Headliners column than with the greasy goodness of poutine and a good old-fashioned optical illusion?