An international team of astronomers succeeds in capturing the spiral motion of dust coming from the binary star system Wolf-Rayet 112.
On the eve of the inauguration of the Centre for Research on Public Health of UdeM and the CCSMTL, its scientific director and guest speaker talk about its mission and the challenges ahead.
Montrealer helps discover an exoplanet the size of Neptune
Researchers have discovered a cellular process that cleans and remodels damaged blood vessels in the retina, which could lead to a treatment for diabetic retinopathy.
Young people are increasingly smoking cannabis in liquid form in their e-cigarettes, and that should worry public-health authorities, says a new study led by UdeM researcher Jennifer O’Loughlin.
Shedding light on a decade-old paradox linking DNA damage and and chronic low-level inflammation associated with aging, CRCHUM researchers have discovered a new function for proteins that repair DNA.
For older women, getting physiotherapy for their pelvic floors in a group setting is as effective — and less expensive —in reducing urine leakage than one-on-one sessions, a new study finds.
Researchers at the IRCM, IRIC and University of Cambridge work together to reveal a mechanism involved in the formation of metastases.
Scientists at the IRCM reveal the function of some 200 proteins previously unprobed by biologists, pointing the way to new therapeutic targets for cancers and neurological disorders.
The donation by pet food company Royal Canin Canada will help improve minimally invasive procedures and lead to better health outcomes for animals, while also benefiting veterinary students at UdeM.
A major Canadian study shows that fish-oil supplements that mothers take to boost the levels of omega-3 in their breastmilk do nothing to prevent their preterm babies from developing lung disease.
A discussion with Caroline Gélinas, UdeM’s senior advisor for relations with the First Nations.
A study of more than 3,800 high school students in the Greater Montreal area reveals that cannabis use has a greater impact on working memory in girls than in boys.