Maternal pheromones play an important role in infant sociability, according to a new study at CHU Sainte-Justine.
Many women played key roles in developing the most complex instrument ever made.
The launch of the most complex and powerful telescope ever built will be commented on by a number of UdeM astrophysicists who contributed to its design.
A new study highlights the harmful effects of climate change on the psychological health and well-being of children and teens.
COP26 opened on Monday in Glasgow and members of the UdeM community are part of the Canadian delegation. They told us about their goals at the Conference.
Research associate Loïc Albert and doctoral students Olivia Lim and Stefan Pelletier see their proposals accepted for the use of NASA’s ultra-sophisticated probe.
On the eve of the UN’s COP26 conference in Glasgow, two UdeM anthropologists discuss a new study they’ve co-written that’s become a must-read among climate watchers around the world.
Microbiology professor Yves Brun and his team explain the mechanism that allows the world’s most powerful bioadhesive to stick to things like pipes and even ocean water.
UdeM environmental chemist Sébastien Sauvé and his team analyzed agricultural soil samples in France. Their alarming findings appear today in the journal Environmental Science & Technology.
University of Minnesota biologist Allison Shaw has come to Université de Montréal on a Fulbright scholarship to study how parasites make fish migrate differently – and what that means for us.