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Global consultation on ethics of AI begins in Montreal
White dwarfs reveal new insights into origin of carbon in universe
Researchers explore new synthetic gel for eye injury
Co-offenders provide key to crime patterns
Hot summers in Alps deplete water reserves
A revolutionary new treatment alternative to corneal transplantation
Discovering an exoplanet size of Neptune
Doing no harm reduces risk of stroke
‘His heart’s in right place’
A fast self-test for COVID-19
COVID-19: number of antibodies neutralizing virus decreases after six weeks
Innovating in a digital world
Contact-tracing to save lives
$2.5M for research on discriminatory profiling
Geneviève Deblois and David Knapp become IRIC researchers
Tracking cancer’s immortality factor
A cancer vaccine developped by IRIC is voted 2019 Discovery of Year by Québec Science
IOP Publishing brings international quantum science community together virtually
Working from home makes us more productive and innovative, says survey
An artificial “tongue” of gold to taste maple syrup
Far more cases than officially reported
Do you like working from home?
Computer modelling to fight COVID-19
Immunizing with plasma to combat COVID-19
Kids are alright … but not elderly
Using AI to help contain COVID-19
FRQ to create a province-wide COVID-19 Biobank
Tracking enemy, down to its genes
A faster test for COVID-19
Saving Africa’s ecosystems
A thousand transplants and counting
Shedding light on hidden HIV
Anonymous no more:combining genetics with genealogy to identify dead in unmarked grave
Discovery of ‘Holy Grail’ of antibiotics
HIV: proving a concept
What was your first flu?
“Scrambled” cells fix themselves
AI to help monitor behaviour
Lighting up with kids around
“Feline grimace scale” gets published
Climate change unlikely to drive sugar maples north
Gone fishin’ … for proteins
Blood transfusions: fresh red cells no better than older ones
When depression drives you to drink
Stéphane Lamoureux appointed Senior Deputy Commissioner, Cartels and Deceptive Marketing Practices
When space travel is a blur
HIV: overwhelming enemy from start
Could rhythm be at root of everything around us?