An international research team is perfecting a method to predict the potential clinical implications of new drugs before clinical trials even start.
An international study lead by Université de Montréal astronomer Björn Benneke has detected water vapour on the planet K2-18b; this represents a major discovery in the search of alien life.
Protecting Canada’s elections: Meet the top bureaucrats tasked with fighting bots, trolls and fake news in 2019.
A new Canadian public health campaign is launched to promote the importance of getting a good night's rest.
For years, the old Outremont Train Yard was a long scar on Montréal’s urban landscape. Now a new neighbourhood is taking shape there, centred around the Université de Montréal’s new MIL Campus.
Université de Montréal placed 85th in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, which evaluates 1,400 of the approximately 19,000 universities around the world.
He thought his destiny was to do humanitarian work abroad, but now the young Innu from Pessamit is UdeM's new aboriginal student liaison officer.
Researchers have just released an updated interactive tool, presented in the form of maps, to visualize Canadian opinion on climate change beliefs and policy preferences.
A team at Mila is developing an interactive website that uses artificial intelligence to show how flooding will look in your neighbourhood in the future.
If current trends in diagnostic practices continue, the definition of autism may get too vague to be meaningful, says a team led by UdeM psychiatry professor Laurent Mottron.
Promoting positive parenting practices, while paying attention to the child's temperament, could prevent ADHD symptoms, according to a new UdeM and CHU Sainte-Justine study.
With new national funding, UdeM researcher Robert-Paul Juster opens a laboratory to go deeper into how biological sex, sociocultural gender, and sexuality affect people's stress and resilience.
People who suffer even a mild concussion can find it difficult to identify smells in the day that follows, and have anxiety problems a year later, a new study finds.