Incoming assistant professor Anne-Marie Gagné takes an historical and sociological approach to how different languages are rendered.
A new study of the intriguing TRAPPIST-1 exoplanetary system has demonstrated the complex interaction between the activity of the system's star and its planetary features.
As our cities grow warmer, it’s time to rethink what and where nature is.
The former University of Alberta phys-ed professor, now a kinesologist at UdeM, will focuses on understanding the effects of physical activity on type 1 diabetes.
UdeM geography professor Gabriel Fauveaud travelled to Sihanoukville, Cambodia, to see the social, economic, and physical impact of the Chinese spending spree in the port city.
New law professor Ugo Gilbert Tremblay brings his unique perspective integrating philosophy and neuroscience into the study of criminal law.
A new assistant professor in UdeM’s Department of Psychology, the Hungarian-born pornography expert studies sexuality, addiction and online sexual behaviour.
An innovative circular economy project led by two Quebec researchers receives $6.5 million from the Government of Canada and several partners.
The magnitude of methane uptake in upland "sinks" may be larger than previously thought, and may increase under dry conditions, an UdeM-led study finds.
The Canada Foundation for Innovation has announced nearly $8.1 million in funding for research equipment and infrastructure for 16 projects led by researchers at Université de Montréal.
UdeM has been awarded 19 Canada Research Chairs, including 7 new ones, testifying to the University’s excellence in a range of fields.
Annaëlle Winand joins the School of Library and Information Sciences as a professor of archival studies.
Forest fires make the water in lakes whose catchment areas have been burnt murkier and also richer in nutrients, a Canada-U.S. research team has found.