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How sperm remember

Published: 16Mar2021

It has long been understood that a parent’s DNA is the principal determinant of health and disease in offspring. Yet inheritance via DNA is only part of the story; a father’s lifestyle such as diet...

Valérie Orsat wins ‘Engineering and Physical Sciences’ Suffrage Science award

Published: 12Mar2021

Bioresource engineering prof cited for research excellence and role as mentor for women entering the field

$110M for nine innovative McGill research projects

Published: 9Mar2021

Today, Élisabeth Brière, Member of Parliament for Sherbrooke and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages announced funding results from the Canadian...

New inter-campus shuttle buses unveiled

Published: 3Mar2021

McGill’s shuttle buses are sporting a brand-new design....

"Good bacteria" in breast milk changes over time

Published: 23Feb2021

The cocktail of beneficial bacteria passed from mother to infant through breast milk changes significantly over time and could act like a daily booster shot for infant immunity and metabolism.

There is no one-size-fits-all road to sustainability on “Patchwork Earth”

Published: 22Feb2021

In a world as diverse as our own, the journey towards a sustainable future will look different depending on where in the world we live, according to a recent paper published in One Earth and led by...

Les petites fermes poussent

Published: 18Feb2021

En chute libre depuis les années 1940, le nombre de fermes se stabilise au Québec. Fait rare, il a même légèrement augmenté en 2020. Derrière cette hausse se cache toutefois deux réalités. Si les...

New Season Extension Technology at the Hort Centre

Published: 18Feb2021

Here's a feast for your eyes on this chilly February morning. Join Mike Bleho for a trip back to the sweltering summer of 2020 to see the construction of a couple of new structures at the Hort...

Dr. Michael Ngadi: Serving up solutions to food insecurity

Published: 18Feb2021

Bioresource Engineering professor Michael Ngadi has spent his career trying to help solve some of the world’s most pervasive food problems. Recently, Ngadi and his research team traveled to remote...

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