The award recognizes eminent Canadian woman scientist who has a distinguished career in the fields of biochemistry, molecular or cellular biology or genetics, resulting from outstanding contributions.
A professor in UdeM’s Department of Computer Science and Operations Research, Canada’s ‘father of quantum computing’ was elected April 26 to the prestigious non-governmental organization.
Members of the Quebec scientific community are invited to watch an online lecture on chromosomes by the esteemed American scientist, best known for uncovering the mechanics of RNA synthesis.
Researchers gain by openly sharing data, but men and junior scientists are more likely than women and senior scientists to object, an UdeM survey suggests.
Geographers at UdeM and Wilfrid Laurier University will train six indigenous community members to maintain instruments measuring greenhouse gas emissions in the NorthWest Territories.
Interested in the ethics of new technologies? Join the open dialogue on artificial intelligence through a series of virtual workshops to be held across the country from March 30 to April 30.
The Mila researcher and associate professor of computer science at UdeM participates today in a roundtable during the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Biochemist Michel Bouvier has been awarded a Killam Prize for major scientific contributions in molecular pharmacology that are paving the way for new types of drugs.
Why do some plants produce small and unattractive flowers? Two Montreal researchers think they’ve figured out why, supporting a hypothesis dating back 150 years to Charles Darwin.
The IVADO/Mila Deep Learning School set up by Yoshua Bengio aims to introduce information technology professionals to the latest developments in AI.