Time is running out to address the awful state of the environment on the African continent, but it's not too late, says UdeM professor Robert Kasisi.
UdeM and its partners inaugurate the new premises of L'extension, a teaching and healthcare centre in one of the city's more multiethnic and underprivileged neighbourhoods.
UdeM anthropologist Isabelle Ribot and an international research team look at the first ancient DNA recovered from West Africa to shed light on the origins of humankind.
The Supreme Court of Canada is about to rule on whether Uber Eats drivers can ask the courts to determine their employment status. Two professors from HEC Montréal and UdeM are monitoring the case.
The largest-ever collection of home movies made by East Germans has been digitized and made accessible online for general viewing, lifting the veil on hundreds of forgotten stories of totalitarianism.
On December 5-6, the Université de Montréal will bring together students and scholars from Montréal’s universities to discuss the essential role of rhythm in various disciplines.
An international team led by Université de Montréal researchers found that kids who didn't pay attention in kindergarten grew up to have less lucrative careers.
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.