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
Experiments conducted on worms, zebrafish, mice and, lastly, on human subjects in a limited clinical trial, conclude that pimozide may be effective in treating amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
A new study shows pregnant women living near natural-gas "fracking" sites have concentrations of a benzene biomarker in their urine that are over three times higher than other Canadians'.
The Montreal Canadiens is partnering with UdeM scientists to help get its players in optimal physical shape.
The largest whole-genome sequencing study on epilepsy was led by Dr. Jacques Michaud of CHU Sainte-Justine.
All sectors of society are invited to help establish guidelines on how AI evolves in the future.
An Montreal Clinical Research Institute discovery sheds light on osteocalcin, a hormone produced by our bones that affects how we metabolize sugar and fat.
Researchers at UdeM’s School of Criminology have perfected a method to detect irregularities in how contracts are handed out.
A mobile clinic run by UdeM’s School of Optometry offers free eye and vision care to homeless people at the Maison du Père shelter.
Alain Simard, André Ménard, André Dudemaine, Francine Lelièvre, Irwin Cotler and Yannick Nézet-Séguin will all receive honorary doctorates this fall from Université de Montréal.
Advances in artificial intelligence will have an enormous impact on our lives, so it’s important that people be able to weigh in on the issues that AI will raise.