Doctoral student Alexia Ostrolenk wants to better understand hyperlexia, the ability to decipher letters and groups of letters at an early age, in autistic children.
Biologists at Université de Montréal find that a common measure to assess the health of rivers can also help show the many ways their water can be used
An international team led by an UdeM researcher publishes the findings of a study on the biogeographical history of sub-Saharan Africa.
Long-term memory is controlled by protein synthesis in inhibitory cells, an international team at UdeM, McGill University and the University of Haifa finds.
While the Y chromosome’s role was believed to be limited to the functions of the sexual organs, an UdM scientist has shown that it impacts the functions of other organs as well.
A new study published in "Nature Communications" deepens the understanding of the development of T cell, an important component of the immune system.
An international team of astronomers succeeds in capturing the spiral motion of dust coming from the binary star system Wolf-Rayet 112.
From math geek in the ex-Soviet Union to holder of a new $34-million Canada Excellence Research Chair, Irina Rish has spent a lifetime exploring the intelligence of humans and machines.
A research team highlights the mechanisms underlying memory and learning capacity – specifically, how our brains process, store and integrate information.
Shedding light on a decade-old paradox linking DNA damage and and chronic low-level inflammation associated with aging, CRCHUM researchers have discovered a new function for proteins that repair DNA.