McGill Dobson Centre ranked among world’s top incubation programs

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UBI Global has released its World University-linked Business Incubator and Accelerator Ranking and has placed the McGill Dobson Centre for Entrepreneurship in the 8th position of the World Top Business Incubator – Managed by a University category.

Introducing Desautels’ new Donald E. Armstrong Building

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On Jan. 8, the Donald E. Armstrong Building – formerly the McGill bookstore building on McTavish – opened its doors as the new home of the Desautels Faculty of Management’s Master’s programs. Named after the creator and first director of McGill’s MBA program, the Armstrong Building provides 48,666 additional square feet to Desautels.

The Neuro joins neuroscience data sharing partnership

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Today Health Canada and Brain Canada announced a $10M grant to establish the Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform, a partnership of researchers from 15 universities that will facilitate the dissemination of neuroscience data.

Cannabis 101

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Earlier today, Anja Geitmann, Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, announced that McGill will offer two one-day professional workshops on the industrial production and quality control of medical cannabis.

We’re not addicted to smartphones, we’re addicted to social interaction

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Neurobiology of mobile-device habits stems from a healthy human need to socialize, rooted in evolution, McGill researchers find

McGill named one of Montreal’s top employers for tenth year in a row

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Montreal’s Top Employers named McGill one of Montreal’s best places to work for the 10th year in a row. Some reasons for this year’s designation include the amenities available to staff, such as cafés, campus cafeterias, pubs and shops, the University’s athletic facilities and the work being done by the Social Equity and Diversity Education Office.

Advancing research and teaching on the European Union

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As the topic of Russia’s influence on North American politics continues to dominate the news, researchers at McGill and the Université de Montreal are working to  promote a better understanding of international relations specific to Russia and the European Union.

Upgrade your skills to become a data pro

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McGill’s School of Continuing Studies has launched two new Professional Development Certificates designed to respond to the rapid spread of machine learning and data-driven businesses. The Professional Development Certificates in Data Analytics for Business and in Data Science and Machine Learning target the gap in data science training

Ceremony marks beginning of McGill-Kyoto joint PhD program

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Even Montreal’s record-breaking cold spell couldn’t chill the atmosphere in the James Administration Building on Monday, Jan. 15, as delegates from McGill and Kyoto University celebrated the establishment of a ground-breaking joint Ph.D. program between the institutions.

What did McGill Innovation Week look like in action?

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The fifth annual McGill Innovation Week, from November 11 – 18, showcased McGill’s innovative energy, connections to the community as well as to the broader Montreal innovation ecosystem.