Les chercheurs et étudiants de McGill nous propulsent à l’avant-garde de la révolution verte.
McGill’s Alternative Fuels Lab explores metal powders as a recyclable, clean energy alternative to fossil fuels.
Study highlights regions with high wetland loss over past 300 years.
Microplastic pollution is altering the gut microbiomes of wild seabirds, and humans should be wary too.
Use of various mitigation techniques for natural gas fired electricity may hold key.
How well species can move among habitat ‘islands’ in human transformed landscapes is key to their survival, study finds.
If protected areas are put in the right places, protecting a small fraction of Canadian land could protect habitat for many at risk species.
Detailed overview of orca diets provides insight into potential impacts on Arctic food webs.
Study offers insight into the behavior of spiders who prey on sleeping pollinating insects.
Explore the campus through the eyes of McGill’s downtown Horticultural Supervisor Eric Champagne.
Three projects receive federal funding to address critical data and knowledge gaps about greenhouse gas emissions.
An ecological rule breaker shows the effects of climate change on body size evolution.