Montreal Neurological Institute director Guy Rouleau says neuroscience isn’t progressing quickly enough. The Neuro is shaking things up by making its research data widely available.
Who doesn’t love chocolate? Juliette Brun, BA’02, certainly does. She has taken that passion and transformed it into the popular chocolate specialty chain Juliette & Chocolat.
Alain Brunet has pioneered an effective new treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. He is introducing it to Paris, a city still recovering from devastating terrorist attacks.
Leonardo DiCaprio wasn’t the only one enduring the elements during the filming of the Oscar-winning The Revenant. Michael Diner, BSc’87, was the movie’s supervising art director.
In his new best-selling book How Can I Help?, David Goldbloom, MDCM’81, DipPsych’85, offers an inside look at the world of psychiatry and tries to puncture a few myths along the way.
You would think that anonymity would benefit women using online dating services, but according to research by McGill’s Jui Ramaprasad, it might actually put them at a disadvantage.
VarageSale’s Tami Zuckerman, BEd’02, credits much of the popularity of her virtual garage sale app to the way it helps nurture a sense of community.
When Cindy Blackstock, MMgmt’03, took on the federal government, the government didn’t always fight fair. She prevailed and her victory could be a game-changer for aboriginal children.
Can a computer’s quantitative analysis shed light on some of the inner workings of literature? That’s the mission for McGill professor Andrew Piper and .txtLAB.
With his award-winning micro-apartments, Eric Bunge, BSc(Arch)’89, BArch’91, might radically change the way that people live in New York.