Marliss delivers prestigious lecture, Johnston honoured for work in pain and electric snowmobile creates a buzz.
This fall, about a dozen top graduate students will become the first cohort of a new regime to train scientists. The McGill Behavioural Neuroscience Training Program prepares young scientists for the competitive world of neuroscience research.
So just how hard can they be on you during a sustainability audit of your workplace? Ruthless, as our roving reporter found out.
Generous endowment to university from alumnus Jake Eberts will attract and support indigenous students. The First Peoples' House is a major beneficiary.
How does a man turn a five-year eBay habit into a nifty book celebrating the classic covers of those cheesy true crime mags of the 1950s? Only art history and communications prof and pulp fiction aficionado Will Straw knows for sure.
Canada research chair Darin Barney is looking at how technology affects our notions of citizenship and politics.
Félicitations à quatre chercheurs exceptionnels.
The Society for the Study of Psychiatry and Culture Conference that ran from October 2nd to the 5th had a theme this year of "Creativity, Spirituality and the Arts." Attendees could learn about everything from fairy tales to suicide in Indian cinema, and how it reflects on the nuances of cultural psychiatry.
A McGill contingent gears up to participate in the world's first Outgames, the biggest sporting event to hit our fair city since the 1976 Olympics.
CAPS and Counselling Services have teamed up to launch a support group for PhD students. The goal is to lessen the isolation, and provide information for those on the long road to their doctorate.