Research

Call to all McGill Labs: Donate protective equipment to health workers on the frontlines of COVID19

Published: 19Mar2020

If you would like to contribute unused protective equipment and have not received instructions from your faculty or department, you can find instructions here....

McGill Prof explores earthquake mechanics in Mad Max wasteland

21 Feb 2020

Off the Atlantic Coast, deep behind a deep orange wall of ever-changing sand dunes, lies the Naukluft Mountain range. Located in central Namibia, this arid, imposing, and vast landscape is so...

I+P Partnership Program to help researchers partner with industry

27 Nov 2019

The Office of Innovation and Partnerships (I+P) has launched the new I+P Partnership Program, thanks to funding recently provided to McGill by the Government of Quebec’s Ministère de l’Education et...

Paul François awarded Rutherford Medal in Physics

19 Sep 2019

The Royal Society of Canada (RSC) announced earlier today 14 eminent Canadian scientists, scholars and researchers recognized for their outstanding achievements in their fields with awards and...

McGill team wins grant to study ‘trained immunity’ with Japanese researchers

Published: 21Dec2020

Joint research program between the Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research focuses on advancing technologies in epigenomics, deepening...

Survey Examines Grocery Shopping in the Time of COVID-19

19 May 2020

A McGill human health expert is looking for Quebecers to take her online survey to collect data about people’s food shopping experiences during the period of strict COVID-19 physical distancing...

Social Science and Humanities researchers also active in battle against COVID

4 May 2020

Twelve McGill researchers are the recipients of a total of $179,258 in one-time grants for COVID-19 rapid response projects, jointly funded by McGill’s Social Science and Humanities Research...

McGill and FAU join forces for AI in Medicine

21 Jan 2020

Globalization is such a well-established notion, it requires no explanation, but what might surprise some is to what extent it is prevalent in higher education. In countries such as the UK and...

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