HBR's Idea Watch: Strange-But-True Research Insights Scott Berinato and Andy O'Connell, editors of the Idea Watch section of Harvard Business Review.
Scott Berinato and Andy O'Connell, editors of the Idea Watch section of Harvard Business Review.
Basic research methods
This unit covers basic research methods in an easily accessible way, and includes research tips and pros and cons for each method. It also takes learners through a step-by-step approach to planning research.
Alzheimer's Disease is a devastating illness that is on the rise in Canada. McGill's world-renowned researchers are making major advances in our understanding and treatment of Alzheimer's.
Chronic pain affects millions of people worldwide, yet remains a medical mystery. McGill researchers are using genetics, brain imaging, and many other novel techniques to better understand and treat this often debilitating disease.
McGill Goodman Cancer Research Center
A video produced to honor the work of legendary researcher, Dr. Phil Gold, and the advances made everyday in biomedical science at the McGill Goodman Cancer Research Center.
Fibre Optic Research
How can 20th-century fibre optics handle the connectivity needs of the 21st-century? David Plant’s lab in McGill's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is in a global race to meet the demands of high-definition video.
Episode 84: Music masters: improvisation as a research topic Professional jazz musicians and research students Chris Hale and Paul Williamson pick up their instruments and speak about improvisational music as a focus of academic research. With guest host Katherine Smith. Chris Introduction to Research Ethics
Dr Roma Chilengi, Head of Clinical Trials at the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI)/Wellcome Trust Research Programme in Kilifi, Kenya gives an introduction to research ethics. This overview covers the historical origins and landmark events that have influenced current understanding of research ethics. Some of the major ethical codes and fundamental ethical principles are identified and their application in research is discussed. Finally, there is an overview of the role of ethics committe
Professional jazz musicians and research students Chris Hale and Paul Williamson pick up their instruments and speak about improvisational music as a focus of academic research. With guest host Katherine Smith.
Introduction to Research Ethics