Macdonald Campus news
The Career and Placement Service (CAPS) invites you to attend this interesting and practical workshop. Should you wish to attend we encourage you to register with CAPS by email or phone (click on "Details" for more information).
The project will investigate the molecular biology of anti-parasitic drug targets in parasitic nematodes and is funded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).
Due to the pending demonstration today on the corner of Sherbrooke and McGill College, the Shuttle Bus route will be modified as of 3:00 pm. The Shuttle Bus will stop and pick up students in front of the Museum of Fine Arts at the corner of Crescent and Sherbrooke. The service will return to normal tomorrow morning (Thursday, March 17).
As the UN special envoy on AIDS in Africa, Stephen Lewis has seen heartbreaking and inspiring episodes. Canada, and especially the students and researchers at Macdonald campus, can do a lot to help.
The UN Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa, Stephen Lewis, will be the keynote speaker during Founder's Day celebrations at McGill's Macdonald Campus. Founder's Day is celebrated annually on February 10 and marks the birthday of Sir William Macdonald, for whom the campus is named.
The art of making great cheese has moved from the farm to the genetics lab. Researchers at McGill have shown that it's all in the genetics — specific milk-producing genes influence the quality and type of cheese produced.
Tomorrow's agronomists and engineers from across New England and Eastern Canada will wage a battle of axes and saws at McGill University on January 29. Some 150 students are combining their brawn and high IQs to compete in the Canadian Intercollegiate Lumberjack Championships at the Macdonald Campus.
Wed. 24 November 2004, Room A-101, 12.30-1.30 pm. Nick Kennedy, Dept. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Monash University, Australia. "DNA vaccines in sheep: Use of CTLA-4 targeting and CpG motifs to enhance immune responses."
New professors at McGill University have something to celebrate — they were just awarded funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation. These funds will support research projects in a variety of disciplines, including medicine, engineering and physical education.
Mon Oct 25, 2004, 12:00 noon, Parasitology A-101. Dr Gunnar C. Hansson, Dept of Medical Biochemistry, Goteborg University, Sweden: "Mucus and mucins of the gastrointestinal tract, an important and dynamic host barrier against parasites"