At 5:00pm in Tanna Lobby, McGill’s Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology (CIRMMT), will host an exhibit on the most recent technological tools used by researchers in the field of music.
1,2-Oxy-aminoarenes are omnipresent in biologically active molecules and advanced materials, but current syntheses are often atom and step inefficient, and can require highly optimized and expensive catalysts. Recent work, conducted by graduate student Kenn Esguerra and postdoc Wenbo Xu in the Lumb Group, has made important strides towards improving the efficiency of 1,2-oxy-amioarene synthesis by interfacing two unrelated, but complementary, biosynthetic processes.
PhD Oral Defense: Global omics-driven approaches to study the host and pathogen responses during Rhizoctonia solani - Soybean interactions
PhD Oral Defense of Tanya Copley, Plant Science Department
PhD Oral Defense: Identification of fusarium head blight resistance genes in the wheat QTL-Fhb2 using forward and reverse genetics
PhD Oral Defense of Dhananjay Dhokane, Plant Science Department
Authors: Elena Obukhova & Letian Zhang
Publication: Chinese Sociological Review, Forthcoming
Posted on Wednesday, May 3, 2017 [view original article with McGill Reporter]
Tannakian formalism and reciprocity laws
Join Desautels Professor Patricia Hewlin and her co-discussants Mary Anderson, President of WBE Canada, and Tracy Joshua, Vice-President of Procurement at Kellogg’s, as they discuss the
Dr. Bernard Lapointe, Eric M. Flanders Chair in Palliative Medicine, Director of Palliative Care McGill University and Chief of Palliative Care Services at the Jewish General Hospital has been selected as the 2017 winner of the Canadian Society of Palliative Care Physicians (CSPCP) Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his sustained and lasting contribution to palliative medicine and to the CSPCP.
Funded by McGill’s Sustainability Project Fund (SPF), The Little Free Library Initiative is looking for a project assistant. As a member of the coordinating committee, you will engage and network with fellow graduate students and faculty at McGill and other Canadian universities to help realize the project.