“Nutrient deprivation and virulence in MRSA”
“S100A8/A9: a common denominator of infections, inflammation and leukemia”
“Bacterial Superantigens and Niche Adaptation by Streptococcus pyogenes”
“Regulation of antibody production by the innate immune system”
"Exosome my Love: Impact on Leishmaniasis Development"
This event, co-hosted by TISED and GERAD, will touch upon how energy storage technologies embedded within the electricity supply chain may be socially acceptable, economically viable and environmentally sound. Audience members will learn about the driving and opposing forces for developing storage as part of future sustainable electric power systems.
The fossil fuel divestment movement is building. Around the world, tens of thousands of students are mobilizing to take a stand against fossil fuel industries. In Canada, there are already nearly thirty divestment campaigns on university and college campuses, from coast to coast.
From November 7th-9th we will be holding the first ever Fossil Free Canada Convergence in Montreal, Quebec.
On Friday, November 7th Fossil Free Canada invites you to join them for an evening of discussions, stories, and plans for action to stop pipeline and tar sands expansion in Quebec and the rest of Canada.
Get the latest health and wellness information from over 25 wellness exhibitors from within and outside the McGill community.
Test your nutritional knowledge.
Take a 10 minute Chair Yoga break.
Have your blood pressure checked.
Test your memory skills. Healthy snacks, quizzes, raffles and so much more!
Free gift bag for the first 200 visitors.
McGill will conduct research on the concept of adopting a shared-space model that could pave the way to allow cycling on the downtown campus under certain conditions, after the senior administration accepted the recommendations put forward by a Working Group tasked with addressing the question of cycling on campus.
October 14, 2014 | McGill Reporter
by: McGill Reporter Staff