Scientists in Montreal discover a new enzymatic complex that can stop cells from aging, opening the way to possible new cancer therapies.
The risk of preterm birth appears to be three times more common among pregnant women with persistent HPV 16 or HPV 18 infection, a new study finds.
Creating life after death: is posthumous reproduction the future?
The grant will pay for animal modeling and virtual-reality equipment to enhance and facilitate learning for students at a new Veterinary Simulation and Virtual Reality Centre.
Seven UdeM professors have been elected Fellows of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, which brings together Canada’s top-ranked health and biomedical scientists and scholars.
Canadian researchers find that machine-learning algorithms can identify effective behavioral, educational, and psychological interventions more accurately than professionals can.
Following a patient with depression by phone or videoconferencing is just as effective as in-person consultations, according to a recent review of studies.
Eight Université de Montréal professors are elected Fellows of the RSC, while three others will join the RSC’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.
Back-to-school vaccination clinics will be open to all at the Laval and Montréal campuses.
Researchers at the University of Montreal and the Montreal Botanical Garden have discovered a new chemical mechanism used by roots of white lupin to clean up arsenic-contaminated soils.
A chromosomal discovery could improve the quality of eggs in older patients and thus make it easier for them to become pregnant.
Measuring the composition of the atmosphere of the hot Jupiter Tau Boötis b more precisely than ever, an iREx-led team of astronomers provides a better understanding of giant exoplanets.
Ariane Burke explains how her international team of anthropologists, geographers and earth scientists looks to the past to assess how different cultures have – and will – adapt to global warming.