A method developed by a team of geneticists, archaeologists and demographers may make it possible to identify thousands of individuals whose remains lie in unmarked graves.
Chemists at UdeM discover a natural process to control the shape of "macrocycles," molecules of large rings of atoms, for use in pharmaceuticals and electronics.
UdeM partners with edX.org to offer two new online courses in artificial intelligence to millions of new learners – with one overseen by Yoshua Bengio.
In the human body, cells shield themselves from disease-causing microbes by scrambling their lipids into liquids, according to new research by an international team headed by IRCM and UdeM.
Research on a new technique by UdeM veterinarians that measures pain in cats by their facial expressions is detailed in the Nature journal Scientific Reports.
Sugar maples won’t be heading north anytime soon, despite climate change, according to a new study published in the Journal of Ecology.
UdeM biologists help debunk previous studies that say tropical fish are behaving oddly as oceans gets more acidic due to climate change.
UdeM medical professor Cara Tannenbaum discusses a piece she wrote with colleagues in the U.K., U.S. and Germany for the 150th anniversary of the scientific journal Nature.
In the weeks following his return to Earth, David Saint-Jacques was treated by several health professionals, including osteopath René Pelletier, a University de Montréal graduate.