The climate crisis is the gravest threat to human health today, and in its training programs UdeM’s Faculty of Medicine is working to include issues related to global warming.
A new study led by Yves Brun shows how some bacteria living in a biofilm sacrifice themselves to ensure the survival of the community.
Montreal biologists publish a study demonstrating that photogrammetry allows rapid and precise three-dimensional reconstruction of flowers from two-dimensional images.
Researcher and UdeM professor Guillaume Lajoie is working on projects that use AI to optimize direct interaction with the nervous system for targeted clinical interventions.
The James Webb Space Telescope reveals another first: a full menu of atoms, molecules, and even signs of active chemistry and clouds in the distant ‘hot Saturn” known as WASP-39 b.
Landmark gifts from the Trottier Family Foundation ensure Montreal’s place as a leading hub of space research within Canada and the world.
A look back at some of the important discoveries made by members of UdeM’s Institute for Research on Exoplanets since its creation.
Professor Yoshua Bengio has just been named the third most cited researcher in the world, according to a ranking published by Stanford University in California. What road leads to such a high profile?
IVADO CEO Luc Vinet lays out his vision for the future of the artificial-intelligence institute, as it awaits a decision on its latest grant proposal to the Canada First Research Excellence Fund.
Canadian chemists specializing in nanotechnology draw inspiration from nature to create molecular transporters that optimize the release of therapeutic drugs.