Afghan ambassador, pizza parlour prodigy and a silverback seminar are just a few of the choice attractions to be found around campus.
Bill Weber, director of North American programs of the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), will be presenting "From Gorillas to Grizzlies - Global Perspectives on Wildlife Conservation" at the Redpath Museum.
McGill hosts 2006 International Health Conference on Neglected Diseases.
McGill scientists find mucus the key to bizarre mating ritual.
Dr. Brian Alters, Director of McGill University's Evolution Education Research Centre and respected voice in the politically charged debate over intelligent design and science education, will deliver a public lecture at McGill on Wednesday, March 29, as part of the RCS speaker series "Universities Forums on Taboo Topics."
As public concern about avian flu increases, demand for information about the clinical, social, public health and food supply aspects of this story is on the rise.
In the wake of two remarkable gifts that yielded a combined $42 million and broke philanthropic records, a pair of McGill faculties have new names and students will soon benefit from the creation of dozens of new scholarships.
Continuing the work she began as a McGill undergraduate, Laure Waridel, BA'96, is winning government praise and penning best-sellers. More importantly, she is changing the way consumers think about the products they purchase.
L'Université McGill voit arriver des centaines de nouveaux professeurs. Grâce à eux, elle profitera de nouvelles formes d'expertise, qui vont des racines historiques de la culture de la célébrité à l'influence des changements sociaux sur la santé des familles.
Meet the professors who garnered the most headlines last year, thanks to research into everything from cataloguing genetic variations to uncovering some painful truths about the differences between men and women.