Now that ChatGPT can “see” and “hear,” could it be useful for people with mobility, sensory or cognitive disabilities?
Women with disabilities who experience intimate-partner violence face substantial barriers when they decide to leave their partners. But UdeM's Martine Lévesque is working to change that.
‘Meet me at the dep’: How anglos borrowed from French to create a ‘Quebec English’ all their own
UdeM biologists produce a first-ever social and ecological profile - in multicoloured map form - of over 600 of the country's lakes, identifying which need to be better preserved.
UdeM is undertaking a series of initiatives to help reduce waste at the source. Here’s a look at the projects currently in place.
As director of the Courtois Institute and new recipient of a Canada Excellence Research Chair at UdeM, physicist Carlos Silva strives to shed much-needed light on his obscure domain.
Incoming professor of public health Evelyne de Leeuw reflects on the long career that now brings her to UdeM on an eight-year, $4M Canada Excellence Research Chair in the field of 'One Urban Health'.
Université de Montréal welcomes three new Canada Excellence Research Chairs.
New to UdeM and flush with an $8M, federally funded research chair, microbiologist Frédérique Le Roux looks to solve the problem of infectious diseases of bacterial origin in farmed marine species.
Major work led by Dr. André Veillette’s team in collaboration with a group of researchers managed to identify a previously unknown way which prevents phagocytosis.
Newly appointed Canadian Academy of Health Sciences president Marie-France Raynault wants to raise awareness of the organization and its advisory role.
UdeM chemists have developed a new tool for detecting interactions between sugars and lectins, a discovery that could help in the fight against diseases like cancer.
Scientists at the UdeM-affiliated IRCM identify a new mechanism and role for LDL in type 2 diabetes that could someday help prevent the disease.