Showing how precise it can be, the James Webb Space Telescope detects the first definitive carbon dioxide signature in an exoplanet atmosphere.
With the help of instruments designed partly in Canada, a team of Université de Montréal astronomers have discovered an exoplanet that could be completely covered in water.
A research team supervised by Anne Gallagher is investigating whether babies can learn language in the womb.
A research team from UdeM’s Faculty of Veterinary Medicine is investigating the source of anaplasmosis, an emerging tick-borne disease.
Microbes deep down in the ocean could be a good tool to transform carbon into more stable molecules, a laboratory study at UdeM suggests.
Oxford University professor James Maynard is one of four mathematicians to receive the prestigious 2022 Fields Medal.
This summer a biology student is testing the potential of three plants native to Canada to remove the widespread contaminant triclosan from water.
New findings on theta waves generated in the brain during emotional regulation could lead to more treatment options for disorders such as anxiety and schizophrenia.
UdeM research team to develop miniaturized technology to monitor the health of astronauts on future deep-space missions – and someday in the Far North.
According to a UdeM study, life could have emerged on an exoplanet as a result of a type of biochemical cooperation that is more likely to occur in nature than we might think!