Winter 2010

Vicky Kaspi, McGill’s Lorne Trottier Chair in Astrophysics and Cosmology, is fast becoming one of the University’s most honoured scientists. In 2010, Kaspi was bestowed a number of accolades, including being named to the Royal Society, the world’s oldest and most respected continuous scientific academy. Founded in 1660, it is the United Kingdom’s national academy [...]


Winter 2010

The findings of Department of Physics professor Dr. Andreas Warburton, are the first to come from the ATLAS experiments at the Large Hadron Collider, the world’s largest high-energy particle accelerator located in a tunnel 175 metres underground near Geneva. Warburton’s results, concerning the mass of a theoretical particle known as an “excited quark,” were published [...]


Winter 2010

Rutledge WebFrom Nobels to Nanotubes: Read more about the award-winning work and the cutting-edge research of our Faculty scientists