Assessment, testing and clean-up ongoing in Stewart Biology Building

Published: 8 February 2023

Assessment, testing, and clean-up are well underway in the Stewart Biology Building, following the flooding on Sunday caused by burst pipes. As many of you are aware, the building contains asbestos...

Burst pipe in Stewart Biology Building

Published: 7 February 2023

Extreme temperatures over the weekend have caused pipes to burst in the Stewart Biology Building....

IMPRESS Paid Indigenous Mentorship Program is back!

Published: 3 February 2023

HBHL is partnering again with McGill’s Branches on the 2023 edition of the Indigenous Mentorship and Paid Research Experience for Summer Students (IMPRESS) program....

Upcoming ALS Quebec activities

Wednesday, February 8, 2023 13:30toSaturday, August 26, 2023 09:00

Click here to discover all the activities offered by ALS Quebec, including support groups for people living with ALS, for caregivers, conferences and more.  /infoneuroCategory: News

New clinical trial: Keeping brains fit longer

Published: 30 January 2023

New research at The Neuro is studying a targeted brain training program and a potential new treatment for early Alzheimer’s....

Prof. Jennifer Elrick discusses immigration targets in The Conversation

Published: 30 January 2023

In a recent article in The Conversation, Prof. Jennifer Elrick discusses the nature of immigration targets as a migration management tool and how the power of big numbers can lead to anti-immigrant...

Prof Bendixen's work on Sand featured in latest issue of Eos

Published: 25 January 2023

This month's issue of Eos features an article on the future of sand in which Professor Bendixen's work is highlighted.  The article Grains of Sand: Too Much and Never Enough can be read here and...


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