Researchers from Canada, the U.S. and Italy uncover evidence that people in the Upper Paleolithic Period used stone spatulas to decorate the bodies of the dead with ochre.
For her PhD in criminology, Valentine Crosset documents the spread of terrorist propaganda over social media.
Speaking two languages helps tackle dementia
McGill’s Dr. Mark Ware and Université de Montréal’s Dr. Aline Boulanger demonstrate the long term safety of medical cannabis use by patients suffering from chronic pain.
Researchers observed that protection from light resulted in a 50% reduction in mortality rates.
Electrochemical test's sensing principle may be generalized to many different targets, leading to inexpensive devices that could detect dozens of disease markers in less than 5 minutes.
It is possible that women tend to focus on feelings, while men remain somewhat less ‘passive' toward negative emotions.
By studying the genetics of populations infected by the Lassa virus, Jesse Shaprio and his colleagues were able to trace its geographic origin and evolution.
It is important to identify the early indicators of Alzheimer's so that patients can receive treatment as soon as possible.
A giant step towards preventing prematurity, which is the world's leading cause of infant death.
The rewarding effects of endurance activity are modulated by leptin, a key hormone in metabolism. Leptin inhibits physical activity through dopamine neurons in the brain.
An artificial intelligence programme to improve Tinder suggestions has been developed by Harm de Vries, a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Montreal who was sick of swiping left.
Researchers find that the brain cells most at risk in the disease consume unusually high amounts of energy, gradually exhausting and killing themselves.