MONTREAL GAZETTE | Opinion: Yes, there is something you can do to fight climate change

Published: 15Nov2018

On the morning of Nov. 7, a coalition of prominent artists and scientists from across Quebec launched the Pact for the Transition. It is a call for all of us who are concerned about the climate...

THE GLOBE AND MAIL | Was Trudeau’s ‘Grand Bargain’ just a little too clever?

Published: 14Nov2018

Chris Ragan, Director of the Max Bell School, and Andrew Potter, Associate Professor at the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, wrote an opinion piece for The Globe and Mail on carbon pricing...

Cognition and Circuits Seminar Series: Morphology of the sulci of the ventrolateral frontal cortex in the human brain


Presented by Trisanna Sprung-Much PhD Candidate, Petrides lab, MNI Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery. Hosted by Dr. Michael Petrides Coffee and snacks will be served

Cognition and Circuits Seminar Series: Cholinergic regulation of cognition revealed by genetically-targeting the vesicular acetylcholine transporter


Presented by Dr. Marco Prado Professor at the Department of Physiology & Pharmacology and the Robarts Research Institute, Western University. Hosted by Dr. Nathan Spreng and Dr. Taylor Schmitz

Parents shouldn’t worry if their infant doesn’t sleep through the night by 6-12 months of age

Published: 12Nov2018

New parents often expect their baby to start sleeping through the night by around six months of age. Indeed, they often receive messages from paediatricians and others about the importance of early...

CBC NEWS | Sniffing your way around — our brains are built to navigate by scent

Published: 13Nov2018

The study by Louisa Dahmani and her colleagues in the Departments of Neuroscience and Psychiatry at McGill University in Montreal, puts a recent theory about the evolution of the sense of smell to...

THE GLOBE AND MAIL | Opinion: Was Trudeau's 'Grand Bargain' just a little too clever?

Published: 12Nov2018

A new pipeline and a carbon price to reduce emissions each stand as viable, separate policies that would please distinct groups; by tying them together, they please no one. ...