The massive entry of women into the labour force began with the Great Depression of the 1930s. Two UdeM professors have published a study documenting the phenomenon for the first time.
Writing in the British Medical Journal, UdeM gender specialist Dr. Cara Tannenbaum condemns a new rule that prevents female athletes from competing if they have high levels of testosterone.
Spending too much time watching TV in their room can harm preschoolers' development, an UdeM study finds.
If Quebecers are less inclined to accommodate religious minorities, it's simply because they value secularism over religiosity, not because they're racist, a study finds.
An UdeM study of over 2,000 Quebec boys and girls confirms that things get better after the 'terrible twos' – but not always.
The growing phenomenon of "demodernization" is the focus of a recently published collection of essays edited by Yakov Rabkin, a history professor at Université de Montréal.
The development of mobile learning, a form of distance education, holds great promise, particularly in Africa, writes education professor Thierry Karsenti.
As one of the main areas of AI research, automatic natural language processing would seem to spell doom for human translators. But maybe not, writes associate professor Sylvie Vandaele.
The Montreal Declaration for the Responsible Development of Artificial Intelligence was launched today, outlining principles and making recommendations.
Software developed at UdeM will soon provide a gateway to tenancy law and jurisprudence for the general public. writes law professor Karim Benyekhlef.