Nearly 2,000 grads have signed up for Alumnilife since it was launched in mid-January, and more are coming on board each day.
Could the 21st century be the epoch where the sexes go their separate ways? Film director and writer Katherine Gilday examines the question in her NFB documentary "Women and Men Unglued," which is being screened at McGill University on Wednesday, March 24.
The robot Aqua — co-developed by McGill researchers — is showing signs that it will be able to do some pretty sophisticated science underwater.
Jennifer Heil was formally recognized as the women's overall moguls champion on the World Cup freestyle ski circuit, an honour she had sewn up even before the season's last race.
Canada has produced few writers as polarizing as Mordecai Richler. Loved for his acerbic wit and complete disregard for sacred cows — and loathed for the same reasons — Richler was an author of international standing. The Richler Challenge: Thursday, March 18 and Friday, March 19, 2004.
McGill biochemist Jerry Pelletier, along with U.S. researchers, has made a major breakthrough in treating cancer in mice with a new type of combination therapy called a one-two punch. The study will be presented in today's issue of the journal Nature.
The Vice-Rector for Teaching and Research, René-Paul Fournier, announced today that Professor Claude Daneault, a researcher at the Centre intégré des pâtes et papiers (CIPP) of the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR), in collaboration with McGill University, has received funding in the amount of $5,271,728 for a major research infrastructure project of the PapInnov network of pulp and paper centres.
"Print Culture and the City: An Interdisciplinary Conference" is being hosted by McGill's Department of Art History and Communication Studies on March 26 and 27. Cities being examined include Montreal, New York, Los Angeles, Amsterdam, London, Paris, Prague and San Salvador.
Dr David Kuhl, an expert on care for the gravely ill, will answer that question and more on March 24. The author of "What Dying People Want: Practical Wisdom for the End of Life" (Doubleday Canada), Kuhl will be the keynote speaker at McGill's first annual Asclepius Project lecture, entitled "Toward a Healing Profession."
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