Study of public transport agencies across North America shows service cuts disproportionately affect lower-income and more vulnerable groups In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, public transport agencies across North America have made significant adjustments to services, including cutting trip frequency in many areas while increasing it in others.
McGill research team generates the first mouse expressing Estrogen Receptor mutation early on in development
Researchers from McGill University have revealed the steps by which two very distinct organisms - bacteria and carpenter ants - have come to depend on one another for survival to become a single complex life form.
A record number of McGill students have been named recipients of Canada's largest scholarship program, Schulich Leader Scholarships. This year, the program has doubled in size from 50 to 100 annual scholarships.
Thirty-eight McGill research projects have received federal grants through the CFI's John R. Evans Leaders Fund, which will provide them with state-of-the art research infrastructure needed to foster innovation.
With the Bank's mandate up for renewal next year, this conference will broaden the debate and explore the policy options facing the Bank. MONTREAL: The Max Bell School of Public Policy at McGill University has re-launched Choosing the Right Target: Real Options for the Bank of Canada's Mandate Renewal.
On Sept. 8, the Royal Society of Canada (RSC) announced 87 new RSC Fellows and 50 new members of the College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists, including ten McGill researchers On September 8, the Royal Society of Canada announced 87 new Fellows and 50 new members to The College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.
How do people coordinate their actions with the sounds they hear? This basic ability, which allows people to cross the street safely while hearing oncoming traffic, dance to new music or perform team events such as rowing, has puzzled cognitive neuroscientists for years.
Canadians spend big money dealing with the consequences of homelessness, but the money spent could be far more effective. According to a new McGill-led analysis, housing homeless people with severe mental illness is even more cost-effective than housing homeless people with moderate needs.
New insight into a gene that controls energy production in cancer stem cells could help in the search for a more effective treatment for glioblastoma. A McGill-led study published reveals that suppressing the OSMR gene can improve the effectiveness of radiation therapy.
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