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Prof. Alan C. Evans of the McGill Neurological Institute presents BigBrain, a 3D neuroimaging program developed at the MNI that will significantly benefit from a new collaboration with EMC Canada, a leader in data storage technology. 

The Office of the VP-R&I is hosting a CANARIE Research Software Consultation for all researchers who need or use custom software to support their research; developers of research software; faculty with an interest in sustainable software for research. For details, visit the event page.

The fourth annual edition of In Her Own Words took place on May 4, 2016, featuring a conversation between Prof. Antonia Maioni (Dept. of Political Science), Prof. Brigitte Kieffer (Dept. of Psychiatry) and Prof. Ghyslaine McClure (Dept. of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics). 

Prof. Isabelle Daunais of McGill's Département de langue et littérature françaises accepted the 2016 Killam Prize for the Humanities at Rideau Hall in Ottawa.  Prof. Daunais was honored for her research on the conceptualization of the Quebec novel.

Greg Fergus, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, announces $1.65 million in NSERC CREATE funding for McGill, one of 13 new workplace-oriented training projects funded by CREATE. 

On March 31, 2016, McGill's top researchers were celebrated at the 11th Annual Bravo gala at Montreal's Omni Hotel. The event brings together prize-winning faculty, along with their invited colleagues, family and friends, to honour research excellence at McGill. 

NSERC Strategic Partnership Grants Announced

On March 1 2016, Minister of Science Kristy Duncan announced the awarding of five NSERC Strategic Parntership grants to five McGill researchers, worth a total of over $2.4 million.

Read about it here.

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