An UdeM professor and his collaborators have proven Pólya’s conjecture for the eigenvalues of a disk, a tricky problem in mathematics.
Stéphanie Forté and co-researchers in Canada and Brazil have shown how people with sickle cell disease or sickle cell trait have a higher chance of dying from COVID-19 than the general population.
‘Meet me at the dep’: How anglos borrowed from French to create a ‘Quebec English’ all their own
A study of Quebec schoolchildren enrolled in music programs shows that girls are more anxious. Whether the parent enrolled the child in the program is also a factor.
UdeM and IVADO are trying to revolutionize artificial intelligence with the R3AI project. Is this a utopian fantasy or a realistic opportunity?
The 3,000-km artery contains a large quantity and variety of pharmaceutical compounds, some of which could be harmful to ecosystems and human health.
In the never-ending quest for a good night’s sleep, the use of white, brown or pink noise is the latest thing. Solution or illusion?
According to a study led by UdeM veterinarian Claire Vergneau-Grosset, cataract operations can help fish survive and not get sick or die from lack of food they cannot see.
With a diameter approximately twice that of Earth, GJ 9827d could be an example of a planet with a water-rich atmosphere, according to astronomers at UdeM.
In an unseen process playing out in the deep, miniature elements of DNA are quietly outsmarting viruses.
A new study suggests being born very preterm may have a significant - but potentially reversible - impact on an adult's health.
What could be simpler than chewing? Yet this commonplace physical act mobilizes a surprising number of muscles and neurons, and is even important for cognition.
The salt used to de-ice our roads does not reduce the effectiveness of the plants used in bioretention areas, according to a new study by Henry Beral, a Ph.D. student at UdeM.