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Lecture | Why is Climate Action So Hard?

22Mar201818:00
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The Mossman Endowment of McGill University presents the D. Lorne Gales Lecture in the History of Science.  Why is it so hard to address the problems posed by climate change? 

Patrick Navez, Department of Physics, University of Crete

13Feb201815:30
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Expansion in large coordination number for quantum lattice system. /mathstatCategory: Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics

Xiao-Li Meng, Harvard University,

16Feb201815:30
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The Law of Large Populations: The return of the long-ignored N and how it can affect our 2020 vision

BRaIN Seminar: Astroglia in stress and psychiatric disease: bystanders or key players?

13Feb201811:30
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Speaker: Dr. Natalina Salmaso, Department of Neuroscience, Carleton University Title: Astroglia in stress and psychiatric disease: bystanders or key players? Host: Dr. David Stellwagen

Jacob Steinhardt, Stanford University

16Feb201810:30
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11:30

Colloque du DIRO Provably Secure Machine Learning /mathstatCategory: Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics

Chien-Lin Su (Mark), PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow - McGill

13Feb201815:30
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The Accelerated Trend-Renewal Process for Recurrent Event Data.

Alexander Turbiner, UNAM

16Feb201816:00
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Quantum n-body problem: generalized Euler coordinates (from J-L Lagrange to Figure Eight by Moore and Ter-Martirosyan, then and today) /mathstatCategory: Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics

BRaIN Seminar: The neurobiology of hunger

14Feb201812:00
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Speaker: Dr. Zachary Knight, Department of Physiology, UCSF Title: The neurobiology of hunger Host: Dr. Charles Bourque

Andy Manion, UCLA

16Feb201811:00
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Higher representations and Heegaard Floer homology. /mathstatCategory: Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics

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