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
Long-term cannabis consumption increases violent behaviour in young people in psychiatric care, a new study shows.
For her doctoral thesis, Laureline Chiapello is studying the creativity of video game designers.
The university has signed an agreement to provide courses of study tailored to the needs of the Canadian Armed Forces, including leadership training.
A new study finds that food insecurity is a big concern and lead ammunition still a problem, and reminds people not to drink from the hot-water tap nor use that water to cook.
In a new project, ex-patients will join oncology teams at six Quebec health institutions – a small revolution in health care.
The South Korean tech giant sends researchers to work at UdeM.
Disenchantment isn't the only reason that voters have for staying away from the polls, an UdeM study finds.
A new study shows that people who cast a ballot are much more glad they did than people who abstain.
With the RDA10 Plenary Meeting in full swing, UdeM information scientist Vincent Larivière takes a look at what's happening in the global movement to share research data.
As the organizer of Research Data Alliance’s 10th Plenary Meeting, Université de Montréal recognizes the increased significance and scope of open access to research data.