Armed with a degree in biochemistry, this chef and award-winning food author is on a mission to educate people against pseudoscience and misinformation in the world of food
Work will tell us how loneliness interacts with brain structure and function in normal aging and pre-symptomatic Alzheimer’s disease
Landmark philanthropic investment will build resources for McGill’s School of Environment to tackle critical environmental and social issues
October 19 lecture is part of the 2020 Trottier Public Science Symposium under the theme "In whom do we trust?"
Two initiatives led by McGill students and an undergraduate Med student recognized for their stellar work helping marginalized people
The campaign kicks off on Oct. 13, and the McGill community is expected to show its true colours of generosity, empathy and solidarity even as...
The Government of Quebec has announced new restrictions for universities in a red alert zone. These restrictions go into effect on Thursday, October 8 and...
On Oct. 19, Britt Hermes, writer, scientist and a former naturopathic doctor, will present "Fake doctor. Real Harm. Confessions of a former naturopathic doctor.”