Scientists at Université de Montréal join forces with Quebec's maple syrup producers to develop a rapid test that analyzes the quality of maple sap.
ESPUM professor Yan Kestens is one of the principal investigators of the CapaCITY/É research project, which recently received a $3M grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
How to talk to kids about drugs in the age of fentanyl
Laurence Deschamps-Laporte is among the 50 most influential people in Canadian foreign policy, according to a list compiled by The Hill Times.
Mila and UNESCO unveiled a joint book on the urgent need for a better governance of artificial intelligence in the face of unprecedented technological change.
UdeM professor Simon Matoori publishes a guide to help pharmacists identify and assist victims.
In his new book, historian Samir Saul dissects imperialism through the ages to describe its chameleon-like nature and economic underpinnings.
UdeM researchers have found that a lot of healthy people have a gut bacteria implicated in colorectal cancer, and that a popular supplement for promoting digestive health may have the opposite effect.
Scientists led by a geneticist at Université de Montréal have sequenced the genome of pitseed goosefeet, a northern relative of South American quinoa, with the potential to boost food diversity.
All it takes is some physical activity every day and less time spent in front of a screen, Canadian researchers find.
But consuming foods rich in nutrients could counteract some of the negative effects, according to a new Canadian study.
Poised to become the world’s most populous country, India is grappling with a shortage of women. UdeM anthropologist Karine Bates looks at the multiple causes and far-reaching consequences.
As a practicing psychoeducator with a PhD, Karine Gagné doesn’t want to simply pass on knowledge to her students. She also wants to give them the mindset and skills needed to practice the profession.