A new UdeM-led report says the world’s universities need to exercise strong leadership in developing digital technologies and artificial intelligence — and do so responsibly.
In a live broadcast, three UdeM professors discuss the technical, health and legal implications of a new smartphone application developed at Mila to trace exposure to COVID-19.
In Uganda, researchers uncover a possible evolutionary link to humans: like some of us, chimpanzee mothers pre-chew food for their young. It may even explain why we kiss.
A chemistry professor at Université de Montréal has developed a new test using gold nanoparticles to establish the flavour profile of maple syrup and help producers evaluate its quality.
The head of UdeM’s chemistry department thinks this nation can produce enough of its own prescription medications and not have to rely on imports in the fight against COVID-19.
UdeM mathematician Morgan Craig is busy simulating how the SARS-CoV-2 virus affects the body, hoping to understand the mechanisms of COVID-19 and identify how drugs can help fight it.
UdeM researchers in artificial intelligence and machine learning are offering their expertise to the scientific community to help create solutions to the pandemic.
UdeM professor Gilles Brassard is co-winner of the prestigious Frontiers of Knowledge Award with Charles Bennett and Peter Shor.
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.