Technology perfected by BrainBox AI uses artificial intelligence to help large buildings reduce their CO2 emissions and transition to more sustainable energy sources.
UdeM faculty members helped write a white paper on how AI systems could support the development of socially and ecologically sustainable cities.
Why are inmates in the Quebec prison system turning to two of the world's major religions?
An UdeM study suggests that exposure to violent screen content in the preschool years is associated with a heightened risk of psychological and academic difficulties in adolescence.
Public opinion on geopolitical issues was polled in 14 countries on both sides of the Atlantic, including Canada. The results have been published in a report co-authored by the Jean Monnet Centre.
Some 15 students of UdeM’s CERIUM were able to attend an exchange today in Montreal between Canada’s Mélanie Joly and the U.S.’s Antony Blinken.
On November 2, the Faculty of Arts and Science is hosting a discussion of the traumatic effects of war on people who lived through it and on succeeding generations.
UdeM’s Cybercriminology Clinic has set up Fraude-alerte.ca, a site where members of the public help each other fight cyber fraud.
A new study shows that Montreal's poorest neighbourhoods have fewer bike paths, green spaces and trees than more affluent neighbourhoods.
Sociologist and UdeM professor Cécile Van de Velde has analyzed text from seven major protests around the world to understand the voices of contemporary social movements.