The largest donation ever made for the natural sciences in Canada will enable researchers in chemistry, physics, computer science and operations research to solve the greatest challenges of our time.
Our experts are available to talk about the next big step for the James Webb Space Telescope, which they helped design: its first images, set for release this summer.
A new research program harnesses artificial intelligence to study biodiversity and the effects of climate change in order to better understand—and perhaps save—ecosystems.
UdeM’s MIL campus will be the venue for TimeWorld, an international conference on artificial intelligence that will bring together researchers, academics, artists and the general public.
A team from UdeM’s Department of Computer Science and Operations Research is using artificial intelligence (AI) and modeling to optimize and automate winter strawberry production.
The Centre de recherches mathématiques has produced a collective work published by UNESCO that highlights the potential for mathematics to address issues of sustainable development and global change.
Students from small island developing states will soon land on the Island of Montreal to study climate change at UdeM, thanks to a new international scholarship.
Faced with the endless stream of scientific studies on COVID-19, virologist Jean Barbeau is working to make studies in his field of research accessible for the general public.
Researchers from Université de Montréal have found that mycorrhizas promote greater tree species diversity in North American forests.
Two recent studies by UdeM biologist Jacques Brisson shine the spotlight on phytotechnologies.