McGill University

McGill is one of the highest-ranking research-intensive universities in North America, with a long tradition of excellence in research.

Today's researchers at McGill work in a range of exciting new domains, including genomics and proteomics, nanotechnologies, climate research, intelligent systems, new materials, food technology, statistics applied to the social sciences (including health care), and even the technology of music and the Internet. 

McGill has a strong tradition of successfully translating research results to the outside community where it can serve the public good, and has often helped researchers apply their work to the private sector. 

McGill's Agriculture and Evironmental Science faculty hosts multiple research networks, including the Brace Centre for Water Resources Management, the Centre for Indigenous Peoples' Nutrition and Environment (CINE), and the McGill Institute for Global Food Security.


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