Canadian chemists discover a natural process to control the shape of “macrocycles,” molecules of large rings of atoms, for use in pharmaceuticals and electronics.
In a study in Nature Medicine, researchers describe how injection of neutralizing antibodies are associated with enhanced T cell responses that specifically recognize HIV.
In the human body, cells shield themselves from disease-causing microbes by scrambling their lipids into liquids, according to new research.
Algorithms based on artificial intelligence do better at supporting educational and clinical decision-making, according to a new study.
A research team sheds light on the mechanisms underlying chronic granulomatous disease.
A new 3D bone-cutting device improves surgery and helps a severely disabled young amputee finally walk in comfort with a new prosthesis.
Casting lines into human cells to snag proteins, a team of Montreal researchers has solved a 20-year-old mystery of cell biology.
Findings from the ABC-PICU study on critically ill children may alter policies at hospitals where fresh red cells are preferentially used.
Working with the Canadian Space Agency and NASA, two Quebec-based researchers are keeping an eye on astronauts’ ocular health.
A new study by researchers at the University of Montreal shows close to 172,000 Canadians injected drugs in 2016, up from 130,000 just five years earlier, but support varies.