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Principal Suzanne Fortier joined dignitaries from Montreal and Ottawa in celebrating the announcement of $213 million in research funding for Montreal institutions from the Canada First Excellence Research Fund (CFREF). $84 million will fund McGill's Healthy Brains for Healthy Lives initiative. 

Margaret Atwood will be delivering the 2016 Beatty Memorial Lecture on October 27. The internationally acclaimed author and essayist will be lecturing on "The Critical Importance of the Humanities in an Age of Environmental Crisis." Event details can be found here

The Office of Sponsored Research hosted its first-ever Rising Stars of Research event, recognizing recent grantees of the FQRSC Nouveau Chercheurs Competition and the SSHRC Insight Development Grants. Congratulations to these up-and-coming scholars, and senior researchers pursuing emerging fields. 

Join McGill's "Answer for Cancer" in raising funds and having fun in the lead-up to the CIBC Run for the Cure on October 2! Bi-weekly Wednesday after-work training runs have begun, and all are welcome to join! More information is available here

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.

Applications are now open for the $50K Bloomberg Manulife Prize, open to academics whose research has contributed to understanding how factors such as physical activity, nutrition, fitness or psychosocial context can influence personal health and well-being. Deadline is Sept. 30. Apply now.

MP Marc Miller was at McGill on September 15th to announce $13 million in cyberinfrastructure funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation. Over $1 million will fund the CBRAIN program at the McGill Neurological Institute. Read more about CBRAIN and the cyberinfastructure funding here

McGill Research and Innovation (RI)

McGill research has an enormous impact here in Montreal, across Quebec and Canada, and all around the world. Browse our videos, research magazinenews releases, breakthroughsinnovationsRSS feeds and this very website to find out how.

This site provides key research guidelines and other information for McGill researchers and students, as well as industry members and our other partners. If you have any questions or comments about this site, please use our Feedback form.