Physicist Andrea Bianchi has observed the “quantum spin liquid” state in a magnetic material created in his lab.
It’s time for the science of behaviour to extend beyond humans and embrace machines, says UdeM behaviour analyst Marc Lanovaz.
Swamps and bogs have a foul reputation but they provide numerous ecological services. Audréanne Loiselle, winner of UdeM’s 3-Minute Thesis competition, is determined to spread the word.
UdeM physicist William Witczak-Krempa studies unusual states of matter in the quantum realm.
A look at the fascinating work of Audrey Laventure, professor and researcher in materials chemistry and now a member of UdeM’s new Institut Courtois.
Fresh from postgraduate work in Berkeley, Ca., assistant professor Glen Berseth is pursuing his life’s passion of understanding machines’ intelligence – and making robots clean up around the house.
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.