Forest fires make the water in lakes whose catchment areas have been burnt murkier and also richer in nutrients, a Canada-U.S. research team has found.
Université de Montréal scientists recreate and compare molecular languages at the origin of life – opening new doors for the development of novel nanotechnologies.
Professor Sophie Breton and her team have discovered a hidden gene in the human mitochondrial genome.
Through the Gemini-North Telescope in Hawai’i, the chemical composition of WASP-76 b is revealed in unprecedented detail, giving new insights also into the composition of giant planets.
Using the Canadian NIRISS instrument on the James Webb Space Telescope, astrophysics PhD student Louis-Philippe Coulombe has mapped the atmosphere of the intriguing exoplanet WASP-18 b.
Astronomers from Université de Montréal have discovered an Earth-sized exoplanet around a nearby small red dwarf star that appears to be carpeted with volcanoes.
Université de Montréal has just been awarded $124.5 million to spearhead a paradigm shift in AI.
Neurostimulation is reaching new heights: using artificial intelligence, neuroprosthetics implanted in the brain will learn to revive motor functions.
An UdeM study finds that a gravitational field does not seem to know where a particle that has been split in two, quantum mechnically, is, instead taking its average position as the as the only one.
Where will you be on April 8, 2024? That's when southern Quebec will see the first total solar eclipse in over 50 years; the next is expected in 2106. Our experts shed light on the subject.