When it rockets into space on or about Dec. 24, the ultra-high-tech observatory will carry two instruments designed at UdeM. Our experts explain how it’ll all work, in a series of online videos.
Maternal pheromones play an important role in infant sociability, according to a new study at CHU Sainte-Justine.
Montreal pianist 'keeps audience breathless' as he wins prestigious international competition
COP26 opened on Monday in Glasgow and members of the UdeM community are part of the Canadian delegation. They told us about their goals at the Conference.
A research team at CHU Sainte-Justine has discovered a more effective and less toxic targeted treatment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. It’s called Resolvin-D2.
Around the globe, 360 million people learned English as their mother tongue and another 990 million picked it up as their second language. But many are finding it hard to keep up with the new lingo.
Appointed as U.S. President Joe Biden's "special assistant" on manufacturing and economic development, UdeM alumnus Elisabeth Reynolds reflects on what her experience here taught her.
UdeM’s popular courses in Innu promote Innu culture and give people from diverse backgrounds a chance to learn the language.
At the UdeM Legal Clinic, which will celebrate its 50th anniversary in January, anyone can receive free legal information. Starting in 2022, students will also be able to provide legal advice.
After serving as the MMFA’s curator of contemporary art and chief curator at the prestigious Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C., Stéphane Aquin returns home to head the venerable art institution.
Hero to some, murderer to others, Dr. Henry Morgentaler was the man who changed Canada’s abortion law.
Research associate Loïc Albert and doctoral students Olivia Lim and Stefan Pelletier see their proposals accepted for the use of NASA’s ultra-sophisticated probe.
In her Ph.D. research, Christiane Kammogne found that ethnicity is a significant factor in mental health in the Canadian workplace.