An international team of astronomers analyzes data from 15,000 white dwarfs 300 light years of Earth and observes for the first time that they transition from liquid to solid.
Thanks to the efforts of a pediatric medical team at CHU Sainte-Justine, a 2-year-old girl suffering from an extreme form of hydrocephalus may someday lead a more normal life.
The surprising benefits of the bilingual brain
A study involving 3,927 men in Greater Montreal found that drinking a beer every day over a long period is associated with an increased risk of aggressive prostate cancer.
A study by two researchers at UdeM reveals a new aspect of resistance to chemotherapy in patients treated for ovarian cancer.
Researchers and decision-makers from 25 countries attend the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion conference today through Saturday at UdeM.
Ottawa and Quebec announce $4M in funding for the world-class observatory through 2023.
Even though they have more cardiovascular problems, fewer women and people over 65 are recruited for randomized clinical trials than men and younger people.
The more hospital-acquired infections are perceived to be everbody’s business, the more health professionals make sure to wash their hands.
Université de Montréal researchers find that disrupting the composition of ribosomes stops tumour cells from multiplying.
A Q&A with criminologist David Décary-Hétu, co-author of a new international study on the rising proportion of prescription opioids that are available illicitly online.
The computer scientist was honoured at a ceremony May 31 at the Israeli parliament in Jerusalem.
The late Quebec politician and philanthropist Guy Joron set aside $15 million in his will for his alma mater and its affiliated schools.