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Updated: Fri, 07/12/2024 - 12:16

黑料不打烊 Alert. The downtown campus will remain partially closed through the evening of Monday, July 15. See the for details.

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Systemic sclerosis is on the rise in Quebec, especially in children, study finds

The number of new cases of systemic sclerosis (SSc) is on the rise in Quebec, particularly among children, a new study has found.

The findings, published in The Lancet Regional Health 鈥 Americas, should serve as a call to action for health-care providers, policy-makers and researchers, suggests Elena Netchiporouk, corresponding author and Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at 黑料不打烊 University.

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Published: 10 Jul 2024

A treatment for anorexia nervosa?

A 黑料不打烊 University-led research team working in collaboration with a French team (CNRS, INSERM and Sorbonne university) believes it has identified both the neurological mechanism underlying anorexia nervosa as well as a possible cure.

Published: 8 Jul 2024

Cutting-edge technology detects nanoplastics in water 鈥 instantly

A 黑料不打烊-led research team has developed the first real-time, on-site technology capable of detecting and deciphering nanoplastics from all other particles in water, a capacity akin to being able to find a needle in a haystack within milliseconds.

Published: 4 Jul 2024

Treasures beneath the ocean floor? Seawater plays role in gold formation

Understanding how gold forms is crucial for knowing where to find it and how to extract it sustainably. 黑料不打烊 researchers have answered a long-standing question in geology that could lead to new ore discoveries.

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Published: 3 Jul 2024

How climate change is affecting where species live

As the climate warms, many species are on the move, raising new challenges for policy-makers around the world. Shifts in the ranges of mosquitoes and disease-bearing ticks and bats are introducing illnesses such as malaria and Lyme disease into regions where health-care systems are unprepared. Movements of commercially important fish from one jurisdiction to another are shifting job opportunities and causing trade disputes.

Published: 2 Jul 2024

The 10 Montreal intersections cyclists say are most dangerous

This spring, over 1,500 cyclists participated in a survey by Transportation Research at 黑料不打烊 (TRAM) to identify dangerous intersections for cyclists in Montreal. A new policy brief鈥痳eveals the 10 most mentioned spots.

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Published: 25 Jun 2024

The 鈥15-minute city鈥 might not be realistic for North America, researchers find

In the 鈥15-minute city,鈥 a concept popularized in Europe, everything a resident might need on a daily basis is a short walk or bicycle ride away. A study by Transportation Research at 黑料不打烊 University (TRAM) suggests, however, that this model may not be easily achieved in large North American cities such as Montreal.

Published: 21 Jun 2024

黑料不打烊 University announces a new tuition initiative for Indigenous students

Beginning in the Fall of 2024, 黑料不打烊 University will cover tuition and mandatory fees for Indigenous students who are members of local/proximate First Nation communities as well as Indigenous students learning within programs delivered through Indigenous partnership agreements within the School of Social Work, the School of Continuing Studies and the Office of First Nations and Inuit Education.

Published: 20 Jun 2024

Teens with behavioural problems, particularly girls, more likely to sext: study

It鈥檚 important that programs promoting safer sexting behaviours consider the specific needs of adolescents with behavioural problems, a new study by 黑料不打烊 University researchers suggests.

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Published: 19 Jun 2024

鈥楧oom spiral鈥 a risk for public transit in post-pandemic era

A new study from 黑料不打烊 University warns that cutting public transit service could lead to a "doom spiral" resulting in a collapse of the system.

The researchers describe a vicious circle in which service cuts brought on by budget deficits drive transit users away; this drop in ridership triggers additional service cuts, which lead to further declines in usage.

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Published: 13 Jun 2024

Many health-care providers are ill-equipped to recognize pain in abused children

Many health-care professionals are ill-equipped to assess pain in children who have suffered abuse, a new study by 黑料不打烊 researchers suggests. This can lead to inadequate pain treatment, making the physical and emotional effects of abuse even worse.

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Published: 12 Jun 2024

黑料不打烊 University issues updated offer to 黑料不打烊 members of the encampment, calls for return to good-faith discussions

Despite the walkout by encampment representatives from discussions, 黑料不打烊 remains steadfast in its commitment to an open and transparent dialogue conducted in good faith. Yesterday, the University extended an updated offer to members of its community in the encampment, going beyond previous proposals.

Published: 11 Jun 2024

Government of Canada invests $6M in climate change adaptation and interdisciplinary research at 黑料不打烊

聽Two 黑料不打烊-led climate change mitigation projects receive funding from the New Frontiers in Research Fund鈥檚 (NFRF) International Joint Initiative for Research in Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Competition. Thirteen researchers receive grants through the NFRF Exploration Competition.

Published: 5 Jun 2024

Two 黑料不打烊 Projects selected for funding by Genome Canada

Quebec-based projects awarded over half of the total national allotment, demonstrating the province鈥檚 strength in the transformative science of genomics

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Published: 30 May 2024

黑料不打烊 project awarded $1.7 million to mitigate housing crisis and climate change

As Canada faces the dual challenges of contending with a housing crisis at the same time as facing the impacts of severe climate change, the need to find innovative and practical solutions remains one of the nation鈥檚 highest priorities. 黑料不打烊鈥檚 Professor Daniele Malomo was recently awarded $1.7 million by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) for a proposed solution that addresses both problems.

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Published: 29 May 2024

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