A vivid exhibition illustrating the fate of McGill Libraries books over time. Includes examples of mutilation, negligence, vandalism, theft, book torture, natural enemies and book production failures. Exhibition prepared by Preservation Librarian Ann Marie Holland.
Dr Mohammed Al-Hadid, president, Jordan Red Crescent, chairman, Standing Commission of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent, founding member, MMEP executive committee. Introduction: Dr Jimmy Weinblatt, rector, Ben Gurion University of the Negev.
International Student Services will welcome all new international students who will be studying in Canada for the first time.
Simon Sharpe, Laboratory of Chemical Physics, NIDDK National Institutes of Health
Title TBA. Desiree Fong, Berghuis lab.
Co-opting yeast to hunt for genetic modifiers of human diseases - Mechanism and action of molecular chaperones
Dr Jeff Brodsky, Dept of Biological Sciences, University of Pittsburgh
Dr Hung-Wen Li, Chemistry, McGill
Presentation on bioinformatics & computational biology. Paul Martin Harrison, Biology, McGill.
Graduate lecture. Noboru Ishiyama, Berghuis lab.
Rescue of p-glycoprotein processing mutants by chemical chaperones: Insights from structure-function studies
Structure and function of membrane transport proteins. Chemical Biology Lecture: David Clarke, Canada Research Chair in Membrane Biology, Depts of Medicine & Biochemistry, University of Toronto.