From its founding in 1821, McGill has been home to momentous firsts thanks to brilliant and curious minds.
Our university grounds were the birthplace of basketball and hockey. This is where Archie, the world’s first internet search engine, was created, and where Canada’s first female professor taught.
Recently, McGill’s researchers have been making significant breakthroughs in RNA research that will shape the future of medicine. In all fields, McGillians continue to push boundaries and make an impact.