From Feb. 4 to 20, the 24th Winter Games in China will raise a number of issues in the media for our experts to discuss, from sports performance to security to political developments.
Why are people in Canada’s “oil patch” or the American Midwest who’ve experienced natural disasters still skeptical about climate change? UdeM researcher Erick Lachapelle investigates.
UdeM’s popular courses in Innu promote Innu culture and give people from diverse backgrounds a chance to learn the language.
In the lead-up to Quebec's municipal elections Nov. 7 – and the next leaders' debate Oct. 20 – UdeM professors are available to share their expertise with the media on 10 key issues.
A study reveals that lesbian, gay and bisexual youth are more likely than heterosexual youth to increase their use of cannabis following an increase in their symptoms of depression.
Four decades after being published in French, the Code Lesperance - by retired lawyer and longtime UdeM secretary-general Michel Lespérance - is now finally available in English.
What will the migration back to the workplace after the pandemic look like? “It will be a major test for employers,” according to Professor Tania Saba, who is conducting a study on the subject.
After a day in front of the computer, EmoScienS can give you an assessment of your emotional facial expressions and suggest ways to better regulate your emotions.
A study shows that harsh parenting practices in childhood have long-term repercussions for children’s brain development.
In Montreal, one in four black English-speaking children were in a youth-protection centre in 2011, a study by UdeM graduate Alicia Boatswain-Kyte reveals.