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.
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.
An educational spinoff of the popular video game Assassin's Creed: Origins helps students know more about history.
Skipping breakfast, eating junk food and doing less well in school might all result from watching TV too young, study finds.
Demographers looked at mortality rates from the H1N1 virus in 2009 and 2013–2014 and found some surprises.
Louise Arbour, laureate of the 2016 Tang Prize, chooses to donate the grant bestowed by this prestigious award to the Faculty of Law.
All sectors of society are invited to help establish guidelines on how AI evolves in the future.
Researchers at UdeM’s School of Criminology have perfected a method to detect irregularities in how contracts are handed out.
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.