Alex Noël, a specialist on the modern Quebec novel and queer memory, comes to UdeM to teach Quebec literature.
In his doctoral research in criminology, Étienne Garant is looking at the adaptation mechanisms used by people who acknowledge pedophilic urges but choose not to act on them.
How to talk to kids about drugs in the age of fentanyl
Drawing on insights from intercultural and decolonial theology, Jean-François Roussel deconstructs the story of the Mohawk saint.
Technology perfected by BrainBox AI uses artificial intelligence to help large buildings reduce their CO2 emissions and transition to more sustainable energy sources.
Psycho-education professor Sarah Dufour and her team get a $1.2-million federal grant to evaluate the Espace Parents program, which promotes parenting skills among newcomers to Quebec.
Researcher and UdeM professor Guillaume Lajoie is working on projects that use AI to optimize direct interaction with the nervous system for targeted clinical interventions.
The James Webb Space Telescope reveals another first: a full menu of atoms, molecules, and even signs of active chemistry and clouds in the distant ‘hot Saturn” known as WASP-39 b.
Landmark gifts from the Trottier Family Foundation ensure Montreal’s place as a leading hub of space research within Canada and the world.
Astrophysicists Marie-Eve Naud, Frédérique Baron and Nathalie Ouellette are at the heart of outreach efforts, to people of all ages, at the Institute for Research on Exoplanets (iREx).
A look back at some of the important discoveries made by members of UdeM’s Institute for Research on Exoplanets since its creation.
Portrait of two scientists who worked at the Institute for Research on Exoplanets
An international research team is looking for systematic evidence of linkages between changes in art-making and disorders of the central nervous system.