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English-language university in montreal, quebec

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Science X staff
August 27, 2021
phys.org
Sand and gravel are the most mined materials in the world, with between 32 and 50 billion tonnes extracted globally each year. They are being extracted faster than they can be replaced. But according to a new study led by researchers at McGill University and the University of Copenhagen, the human and environmental costs of this extraction on lower and middle-income countries have been largely overlooked.
IANS
August 18, 2021
News18
They noted that there are additional considerations for vaccine equity beyond epidemiological and evolutionary ones.
Ram Iyer
July 29, 2021
TechCrunch
If this coalition gets all the relationships right, doesn't get greedy and understands that there is a social good component here, this could be as impactful as the SAFE was.
Susan Cosier
July 9, 2021
Scientific American
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Science X staff
June 23, 2021
phys.org
If you listen to songbirds, you will recognize repeated melodies or phrases. Each phrase is made up of distinct sounds, strung together. A study from researchers at McGill University has found that the song phrases of many songbird species follow patterns that are similar to those used in human speech. At least in some respects.
Science X staff
June 17, 2021
phys.org
Forest fires have crept higher up mountains over the past few decades, scorching areas previously too wet to burn, according to researchers from McGill University. As wildfires advance uphill, a staggering 11% of all Western U.S. forests are now at risk.
Science X staff
June 16, 2021
phys.org
A new study led by researchers from McGill University and INRAE found that between 51-60% of the 64 million kilometres of rivers and streams on Earth that they investigated stop flowing periodically, or run dry for part of the year. It is the first-ever empirically grounded effort to quantify the global distribution of non-perennial rivers and streams. The research, which was published today in Nature, calls for a paradigm shift in river science and management by revising foundational concepts which traditionally assumed year-round water flow in rivers and streams. The map of non-perennial rivers resulting from this study, the first of its kind, also provides crucial baseline information for the assessment of future changes in river flow intermittence and for determining and monitoring the role of these rivers and streams in global water and biochemical cycles, as well as in supporting biological diversity.
Anjali Marar
June 9, 2021
The Indian Express
Astronomers prepare first-of-its-kind catalogue of 535 fast radio bursts detected in a year
May 31, 2021
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Science X staff
May 31, 2021
phys.org
New technology captures never-before-heard sounds of lynx hunting, fighting, and sleeping.
Science X staff
May 27, 2021
phys.org
Researchers at McGill University have demonstrated a technique that could enable the production of robust, high-performance membranes to harness an abundant source of renewable energy.
Science X staff
May 26, 2021
phys.org
Researchers at McGill University have gained new insight into the workings of perovskites, a semiconductor material that shows great promise for making high-efficiency, low-cost solar cells and a range of other optical and electronic devices.
Science X staff
May 14, 2021
phys.org
Climate change is exacerbating problems like habitat loss and temperatures swings that have already pushed many animal species to the brink. But can scientists predict which animals will be able to adapt and survive? Using genome sequencing, researchers from McGill University show that some fish, like the threespine stickleback, can adapt very rapidly to extreme seasonal changes. Their findings could help scientists forecast the evolutionary future of these populations.
Science X staff
May 7, 2021
phys.org
A new study from McGill University suggests that some Icelandic killer whales have very high concentrations of PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls) in their blubber. But it seems that other orcas from the same population have levels of PCBs that are much lower. It mainly depends on what they eat.
Continental Who's Who
April 26, 2021
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Science X staff
April 23, 2021
phys.org
Crew members who took part in the Mars500 experiment showed significant changes in their gut microbiota from their 520 days in confinement, according to a new study by scientists at Université de Montreal and McGill University.
Brand Post
April 19, 2021
CIO
The use cases for augmentative AI are expanding, and the Healthcare and Life Science industry is tapping into it's potential.
Financial Post Staff
April 15, 2021
financialpost
Outside forces, such as rise of electric vehicles, threaten to disrupt current model, forcing search for a new identity
April 15, 2021
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Jonathan Chadwick
March 29, 2021
Mail Online
Pleasure felt from music is driven by interactions between auditory and reward regions in the brain, Canadian neuroscientists say.
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