Researchers Jean-François Côté and Marie-Anne Goyette explain how a new therapeutic target works to fight a very aggressive form of breast cancer.
A new research study aims to uncover why Montreal North has been one of Canada’s most severely affected neighbourhoods during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Creating life after death: is posthumous reproduction the future?
A study reveals that lesbian, gay and bisexual youth are more likely than heterosexual youth to increase their use of cannabis following an increase in their symptoms of depression.
IVADO, the Institute for Data Valorization, established jointly by Université de Montréal, Polytechnique Montréal and HEC Montréal, will welcome a new CEO on August 2.
By disrupting postnatal development in GABAergic interneurons, a genetic mutation appears to be at the origin of the neurological disorders associated with a disease affecting one in 6,000 children.
Millions of litres of primary municipal wastewater can be treated sustainably using fast-growing willow trees while also producing renewable bioenergy and ‘green’ chemicals, researchers find.
Microbiologist Yves Brun has received a major grant to test an innovative approach that could lead to the discovery of new antibiotics.
The Children’s Health and Education Observatory has received a $5 million Fonds de recherche du Québec grant to study the pandemic’s impact on children and support more effective intervention.
CRCHUM scientists Christine Vande Velde and Geneviève Matte work on multiple ways to fight amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. For ALS Awareness Month, they give an overview of their research projects.
Four decades after being published in French, the Code Lesperance - by retired lawyer and longtime UdeM secretary-general Michel Lespérance - is now finally available in English.
UdeM professor and audiology researcher Sylvie Hébert is using technological advances to shed light on hyperacusis and tinnitus.
For the first time since 1930, Quebecers will be able to see the moon’s silhouette directly cover the sun, hiding its entire centre and leaving only a ring of the sun visible.