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
A Canadian-led team of researchers finally identifies the molecular mechanism by which a key protein regulates LDL cholesterol.
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According to an international study, the use of videoconferencing platforms such as Zoom and FaceTime has a negative effect on social cognition and its development.
A recent study shows most women would give birth in water as long as it's safe for their baby, but despite the benefits very few hospital facilities now offer this option.
Released in September during the Quebec provincial elections, the app analyzes people’s lifestyles to give a better idea which party they’ll cast their ballot for.
Canadian researchers find that being overweight can make the cells of people’s immune system destructive to their eyes as they age.
As part of a U.S. Department of Energy program and as the sole Canadian-based researcher, Irina Rish gets to spend 990,000 node-hours on the IBM Summit supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
UdeM graduates Hugo Larochelle and Angèle St-Pierre make a big donation that will fund scholarships for one or two recruits a year to come do their doctorates in artificial intelligence here.
Scientists at the CRCHUM find that a bacterium called Lacticaseibacillus rhamnosus HA-114 prevents neurodegeneration in the C. elegans worm used to study amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
The first volume in an extensive anthology of Hubert Aquin’s journalism and work in film, radio and TV has just been published, shedding new light on the legendary Quebec writer.