The movement of sea ice between Arctic countries is expected to significantly increase this century, raising the risk of more widely transporting pollutants like microplastics and oil between neighbouring coastal states, according to new research from McGill University in collaboration with University of Colorado Boulder, Columbia University, and Arizona State University.
Channels McGill University News and Events A research team led by McGill University geochemist Peter Douglas has used a new method for measuring the rate at which methane is produced by microbes breaking down thawing permafrost.
Channels McGill University News and Events Researchers find multiple faults with evidence of more than 10 meters of slip during past large earthquakes in the region hit by the 2011 Tohoku-Oki earthquake and tsunami In the aftermath of the devastating Tohoku-Oki earthquake that struck off the coast o
Channels McGill University News and Events One of the world's most widely used glyphosate-based herbicides, Roundup, can trigger loss of biodiversity, making ecosystems more vulnerable to pollution and climate change, say researchers from McGill University.
Channels McGill University News and Events McGill researchers are pioneering a new artificial pancreas system that provides life-changing support to people living with type 1 diabetes. By Ashley Rabinovitch For the 250,000 Canadians living with type 1 diabetes, the days of desperately trying to keep their blood sugar stable are coming to an end.
Channels McGill University News and Events On March 11, the McGill University community rose to the challenge to make a difference on McGill24, the University's fifth annual day of giving, by contributing $2,956,106 for causes across the University.
Channels McGill University News and Events A collaborative approach is required to build healthcare pathways that will end homelessness in Canada, says the Homeless Health Research Network, a pan-Canadian team of experts including researchers from McGill University.
Channels McGill University News and Events Over millennia, civilizations progressed through the Stone, Bronze, and Iron Ages. Now the time has come for quantum materials to change the way we live, thanks in part to research conducted at the Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS) and McGill University.
Channels McGill University News and Events Study suggests humans have developed complementary neural systems in each hemisphere for auditory stimuli Speech and music are two fundamentally human activities that are decoded in different brain hemispheres.
Channels McGill University News and Events Species adapt to their local climates, but how often they adapt to their local communities remains a mystery. To find answers, researchers at McGill University and the University of British Columbia examined over 125 studies testing local adaptation in over 100 species of plants and animals in an article published in The American Naturalist .