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Montreal is 375 years old, but how old are its buildings?

Published: 22Mar2017

Montreal is celebrating its 375th anniversary, but very few vestiges of its early history remain. (A multimedia piece with an interactive map showing some of Montreal’s oldest iconic buildings,...

Congratulations to our PhD student Necola Guerrina

Published: 22Mar2017

Congratulations to Necola Guerrina, our PhD student of Dr. Carolyn Baglole, who won second prize in the university-wide 3MT competition last week, for an outstanding presentation on her thesis...

Arrival: Linguist behind film talks speaking to aliens

Published: 21Mar2017

Jessica Coon discusses how humans would make contact with extraterrestrials, whether emoji can replace written words and how the internet is putting some languages at risk....

Dr. Computer

Published: 20Mar2017

Deep learning transforming neuroscience research...

Experts: Federal Budget 2017

Published: 20Mar2017

Finance Minister Bill Morneau will introduce the federal government's latest budget on March 22, 2017....

Long-term limitations imposed on patients with pulmonary embolism

Published: 20Mar2017

A multi-centre clinical study, led by Dr. Susan Kahn at the Jewish General Hospital (JGH), determined that nearly half of the patients who suffer a pulmonary embolism (PE) – a blood clot in the...

How carbon pricing will drive Canadians to save

Published: 20Mar2017

We should never forget how much prices matter. Most of us like saving money, and so we seek out the lowest-cost options, whether we’re shopping for food or clothing, or making a new product or...

Graduates grounded in sustainability

Published: 17Mar2017

Two years ago, second-year bachelor of commerce student Leilani Lee jumped at the chance to sign up for a new interdisciplinary specialization in sustainability offered by the Desautels Faculty of...

Health Science Leaders Join Forces to Accelerate Development of Treatments for Neurological Diseases

Published: 16Mar2017

Montreal, Quebec and Vancouver, British Columbia – Working together to accelerate research into neurological diseases, three leading players in Canada’s health sciences sector are joining forces in...

Neuro's new steps toward repairing brain damage

Published: 16Mar2017

There might be a way to repair axons which, when damaged, lead to brain damage and disabilities. MNI neurology and neurosurgery professor Alyson Fournier was interviewed. Read more: CTV News

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