Sociologist and UdeM professor Cécile Van de Velde has analyzed text from seven major protests around the world to understand the voices of contemporary social movements.
A study has found that attachment insecurity affects sexual well-being in long-term couples. Among other things, it can shape people’s motives for having sex.
Montreal professor Gilles Brassard wins the world’s largest science prize
Medical students who leave the big city gain freedom and quality of life. Young physicians up for a challenge find practicing in a small town can be a diverse, friendly and creative experience.
Measures of morning salivary cortisol show that children experience stress when starting kindergarten. It’s normal.
Malik Chaker-Margot, a scientist with a knack for explaining complex concepts in lay terms, returns to his alma mater to teach in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine.
It’s one thing to innovate and find better ways to get healthy, eco-friendly and sustainable foods to consumers – and quite another to understand what leads there, an UdeM study finds.
A raft of initiatives over the past 20 years testifies to growing interest in preserving Quebec’s bungalows.
As Montreal develops a new urban planning and mobility plan, a participatory action-research project gives teenagers a chance to express their vision of their city and of their role as citizens.
British scientist Duncan Haldane, co-recipient of a Nobel prize in physics in 2016, is here for an international conference on conformal field theories and quantum ‘many-body" physics.
Showing how precise it can be, the James Webb Space Telescope detects the first definitive carbon dioxide signature in an exoplanet atmosphere.
With the help of instruments designed partly in Canada, a team of Université de Montréal astronomers have discovered an exoplanet that could be completely covered in water.
The Canada Foundation for Innovation renews its support for Coalition Publica, which will strengthen its digital services to the Canadian and international scholarly communities.