It took only a week to design a new interdisciplinary seminar on the effects of the COVID-19 crisis. It starts today and continues through June.
A new study finds that in Western Europe the COVID-19 crisis has had a bonus effect for the democratic status quo: voters’ support for their governments has actually increased following lockdowns.
4 Canadian universities were just named among the best employers in the country
Geneviève Bouchard appointed Chief of Staff and Victoria Meikle appointed Director of Government and Institutional Relations.
A cancer vaccine developed by the team headed by IRIC’s Dr. Claude Perreault is voted 2019 Scientific Discovery of the Year by the readers of Québec Science!
Frequent viewing of pornographic videos is generally not associated with having a mental health problem, a new UdeM study finds.
More productive, more innovative workers say they’ll keep working remotely after COVID-19 confinement rules are eased, but others say they’d prefer to return to the office, a study finds.
PhiloQuests, an interactive project of Université de Montréal’s Institute of Philosophy, Citizenship and Youth, is now online.
A chemistry professor at Université de Montréal has developed a new test using gold nanoparticles to establish the flavour profile of maple syrup and help producers evaluate its quality.
An international team led by an UdeM epidemiologist will seek to identify health systems on five continents that are best able to respond to the pandemic.
A new statistical technique developed at Université de Montréal suggests that Ontario has 18 times as many cases of COVID-19 and Quebec 12 times as many — close to half a million in total.
Four members of the current team are re-appointed and three new members join UdeM’s senior administration team on June 1.
Renowned for his pioneering work in artificial intelligence, the Université de Montréal computer science professor is one of 62 exceptional scientists elected to the British fellowship.