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As the global research network GEO BON moves its headquarters from Germany to Quebec, UdeM ecologist Timothée Poisot explains what it means for the university, its partners and science in general.
Montrealer helps discover an exoplanet the size of Neptune
Mila and the Algora Lab will receive funding to take on the deliberative component of the first global online consultation on AI ethics to be initiated by UNESCO.
Increasingly frequent heat waves are reducing the supply of surface water in the European Alps, according to a study involving UdeM geographer Christoforos Pappas.
A new approach in ophthalmology that offers a revolutionary alternative to corneal transplantation has just been developed by researchers and clinicians in North America, Europe, and Oceania.
Astrophysicists detect the orb hidden in the dust and gas debris around the young star AU Microscopii.
For patients with brain arteriovenous malformations, not having surgery or getting radiation therapy can result in an almost 70-per-cent lower risk of having a stroke or dying, reseachers find.
Innu lecturer Yvette Mollen wins UdeM’s new ‘Guardian of an Indigenous Language’ Prize.
With a new study on re-using cardiac medical devices, the eldest son of two UdeM health professionals becomes the youngest author ever published in one of the world’s top medical journals.
A new test developed at CHU Sainte-Justine will enable better management of patients with severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID).
With colleagues in the U.S. and Singapore, an UdeM PhD student wins a prize at MIT’s COVID-19 Challenge with the concept of a new mobile application to train nursing home staff.
By depositing a saliva sample on a tiny device attached to your smartphone, you could find out in five minutes if you’re infected, say pharmacists at UdeM.