Vanier Scholarship Winner


Mélanie Côté-Cyr obtains the most prestigious graduate scholarship in Canada. Doctoral student Mélanie Côté-Cyr is among the recipients of the 2022 Vanier scholarship. Worth $50,000 per year for three years, the Vanier scholarship is awarded according to three main criteria: excellence of the academic record, the potential for research and leadership skills.

Better lithium-ion batteries for the environment


On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Laurence Savignac, doctoral student in chemistry under the direction of Professor Steen Schougaard, members of NanoQAM, talks to us about research aimed at developing more efficient lithium-ion batteries for the good for the environment.

Star student-researcher March 2016


Farzaneh Mahvash Mohammad, co-direction student between UQAM and McGill (Pr Thomas Szkopek and Pr Mohamed Siaj) was elected Star Student-Researcher March 2016 by the Quebec Research Fund - Nature and Technologies (FRQNT).

Among the 10 most consulted Analyst articles


The Analyst Blog website has just published the list of the 10 scientific articles in the Analyst publication most consulted during the period from October 2013 to December 2013. Among these is an article by Pr. Isabelle Marcotte.

The 50 challenges for 2050


In its special 50th anniversary issue, the popular science magazine Québec Science met nearly a hundred young researchers, including Pr. Isabelle Marcotte, who are working on 50 challenges that our society will have to face by 2050 in the fields of medicine, social science, technology, basic science and agriculture.

Mussel wire in the operating room?


Isabelle Marcotte, professor in the Department of Chemistry, and her colleague Christian Pellerin, from the University of Montreal, want to find better use of the mussel byssus.