Developed at Université de Montréal, the easy-to-use device promises to help scientists better understand natural and human-designed nanotechnologies – and identify new drugs.
Maternal pheromones play an important role in infant sociability, according to a new study at CHU Sainte-Justine.
What the Webb hopes to catch: the clearest pictures yet of the universe’s outer limits
When it rockets into space on or about Dec. 24, the ultra-high-tech observatory will carry two instruments designed at UdeM. Our experts explain how it’ll all work, in a series of online videos.
When baby 'Neve' died 10,000 years ago, she was accorded a proper burial recognizing her as a full person, archeologists on a dig in Italy find.
Metabolic disorders associated with excessive weight gain can lead to changes in parts of the brain that are responsible for motivation and mood, UdeM researcher Stéphanie Fulton finds.
In the lead-up to the launch of the James Webb telescope, we look at the scientific objectives of the most powerful space observatory ever sent into orbit.
Five researchers affiliated with UdeM will receive long-term, dedicated research funding to support their research and help them train the next generation of AI leaders.
Many women played key roles in developing the most complex instrument ever made.
A Montreal-based research team shows how the molecule RORC2 allows the virus to persist in the immune cells, thereby making it possible to control.
Coordinating the waste-management systems of cells is key to keeping organs functioning properly, a study finds.
As global pandemic experts gather for a special World Health Organization assembly, UdeM epidemiologist Hélène Carabin discusses an important policy brief of which she is the senior author.
A statistical model developed by Université de Montréal researchers uses a blood biomarker of SARS-CoV-2 to identify infected patients who are most at risk of dying of COVID-19.