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.
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.
Thanks to the citizen science project Backyard Worlds: Planet 9, amateur and professional astronomers have confirmed the existence of two brown dwarves that bear no resemblance to any already known.
Mila and the Algora Lab will receive funding to take on the deliberative component of the first global online consultation on AI ethics to be initiated by UNESCO.
As the global research network GEO BON moves its headquarters from Germany to Quebec, UdeM ecologist Timothée Poisot explains what it means for the university, its partners and science in general.
Astrophysicists detect the orb hidden in the dust and gas debris around the young star AU Microscopii.
With colleagues in the U.S. and Singapore, an UdeM PhD student wins a prize at MIT’s COVID-19 Challenge with the concept of a new mobile application to train nursing home staff.
Canada’s Future Skills Centre invests close to $1 million in an artificial-intelligence training project at IVADO and Université de Montréal.