For the International Day of Happiness, we spoke with Chris Barrington-Leigh whose research considers the social, psychological, and economic implications of happiness and well-being
Sustainability in research: The Nuclear Magnetic Resonance lab on finding creative solutions
When it comes to making research more sustainable, the best approaches are not always the obvious ones, says an NMR lab manager
Study shows limited impact of pandemic on mental health, underlining strength of human resilience
McGill Third Century Fellowship supports researchers from underrepresented groups
Postdoctoral program brings diverse expertise to bear on pressing research questions
DNA sequencing may provide a more effective way to predict a patient’s risk of kidney cancer recurrence and could one day lead to more personalized...
Fossil discovery reveals complex ecosystems existed on Earth much earlier than previously thought
Discovery challenges understanding of how quickly life recovered from the greatest mass extinction in Earth’s history
On February 7, representatives from Canada’s top-ranked universities met at the McGill Faculty Club to discuss emerging trends, challenges and opportunities in international higher education...
Innovative clinical research is turning towards complementary treatments to better manage dementia