A graduate student’s study of Instagram photographs of urban decline reveals humans have a deep-rooted attraction to decay.
In a promising study, Canadian researchers have shown for the first time in mice that modifying intestinal flora before surgery could reduce postoperative complications in colorectal cancer patients.
How to talk to kids about drugs in the age of fentanyl
Astrophysicist René Doyon has just been named Radio-Canada’s Scientist of the Year 2022. We spoke with some of his current and former colleagues about what makes his work simply “out of this world.”
UdeM’s new epigenetics professor cares deeply about men’s health, since it affects both their fertility and the health of future generations.
The good news is that global population growth has slowed and won’t in itself cause climate change, says UdeM demographics professor Alain Gagnon.
A new study finds that antibodies linked to Helicobacter pylori infections may be associated with lower overall survival outcomes in melanoma patients treated with immunotherapy.
UdeM’s food purveyors are eliminating single-use food containers – paper as well plastic – starting Feb. 6.
The U.S.-based Council on Education for Public Health has renewed the accreditation of the ESPUM for the maximum possible duration – and it’s the only francophone institution so honoured.
Adolescents face problems of lowered self-esteem and higher risk of symptoms associated with eating disorders by spending so much time on social media, a new study finds.
An international research team including UdeM professor James King has shown that dust from southern Africa made its way to Antarctica within the last few thousand years.
Caroline Deli’s doctoral research aims to understand the trajectories that lead men to self-identify as ‘incels’, or involuntary celibates.
In its latest ranking, Research Infosource places the university fourth in the country, about the same position it has held for the past 15 years.