Measuring the composition of the atmosphere of the hot Jupiter Tau Boötis b more precisely than ever, an iREx-led team of astronomers provides a better understanding of giant exoplanets.
Ariane Burke explains how her international team of anthropologists, geographers and earth scientists looks to the past to assess how different cultures have – and will – adapt to global warming.
IVADO, the Institute for Data Valorization, established jointly by Université de Montréal, Polytechnique Montréal and HEC Montréal, will welcome a new CEO on August 2.
Millions of litres of primary municipal wastewater can be treated sustainably using fast-growing willow trees while also producing renewable bioenergy and ‘green’ chemicals, researchers find.
For the first time since 1930, Quebecers will be able to see the moon’s silhouette directly cover the sun, hiding its entire centre and leaving only a ring of the sun visible.
A pioneer of deep learning and founder of Mila, the Université de Montréal professor is near the pinnacle of the world's best computer scientists, according to the online research portal.
Supervised by UdeM professor Yoshua Bengio, the polyglot postdoctoral student is the 2021 winner of the Antidote Scholarship, funded by Montreal software company Druide Informatique.
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.