A model for the evolution of intelligence

Published: 28 February 2024

When certain species of wild birds and primates discover new ways of finding food in the wild, it can serve to measure their flexibility and intelligence....

Energy poverty in Canada

Published: 20 February 2024

As many as one in five Canadian households can be considered to be in energy poverty, according to researchers from McGill University. Energy poverty occurs when households cannot afford or access...

Uncertainty in measuring biodiversity change could hinder progress towards global targets for nature

Published: 16 February 2024

More than ever before, there is a growing interest in dedicating resources to stop the loss of biodiversity, as recently exemplified by the

Surprising new evidence on happiness and wealth

Published: 8 February 2024

Global polls typically show that people in industrialized countries where incomes are relatively high report greater levels of satisfaction with life than those in low-income countries....

M87* One Year Later: Proof of a persistent black hole shadow

Published: 19 January 2024

The Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) Collaboration, including Professor Daryl Haggard at McGill University, has released new images of M87*, the supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy...

Tête-à-tête Sweden: Conversations about science engagement around the world

Thursday, February 16, 2023 10:00to11:00

Around the globe, people dedicate their lives to the fascinating, weird, and powerful world of science./researchCategory: Research and innovation

McGill Becomes a Full Member of TRIUMF, Canada’s National Particle Accelerator

Published: 6 March 2023

McGill has become a Full Member of the expanded network of TRIUMF, Canada’s national particle accelerator. McGill has been involved in TRIUMF-led activities for several decades and has held...

$3.75 M for new Global Climate Center on AI and Biodiversity Change

Published: 18 September 2023

NSERC Alliance Grant supports McGill-led Canadian team, new global climate center on AI for biodiversity change

Pages

Back to top