In her master’s thesis, history student Catherine Paulin reinterprets the interdependent relationships between Montrealers and their horses at the turn of the 20th century.
It's not just the economy that counts, say the UdeM political scientists behind a new tool for ranking the development of Africa's 54 nations.
Vaccinations: What decades of misinformation have wrought
Obésité et problèmes de santé: une étude de l’Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont met au jour des mécanismes naturels de protection de l’organisme.
For her PhD thesis, Anaïs Simard-Gendron compared the fertility of Palestinian and Jewish women in Israel and found they have more in common than they thought.
UdeM’s Luc Doyon helped analyze the discovery of bone tools in China dating back 115,000 years, offering new insight into the behaviour of prehistoric humans.
Veterinary service provided by smaller fish is key to keeping coral reefs healthy, a study on Australia's Great Barrier Reef shows.
UdeM doctoral student Roxane Campeau spent several months among the Cree of Chisasibi to uncover some little-known musical practices.
They'll work on remote monitoring of home care, synthetic corneas for transplant patients, and ultrasound bracelets for patients in critical care.
With the help of human bone samples provided by Université de Montréal, a large international network of researchers delves into the genetic origins of ancient peoples.
A study conducted jointly with NASA sheds new light on these mysterious celestial objects.
An educational spinoff of the popular video game Assassin's Creed: Origins helps students know more about history.
A U.S. study, with input from Université de Montréal, finds surprisingly high particle emissions from cleaners, paints and perfumes – more than from cars and trucks.