PhD Oral Defense: Development of a group built coupled physical-socio-economic modelling framework for soil salinity management in agricultural watersheds in developing countries
PhD Oral Defense of Muhammad Azhar Inam Baig, Department of Bioresource Engineering
Packaging technologies and value chain concepts to advance value-added, pulse-based foods Abstract
Date and time: Thursday, March 30, 2017 at 12:30 pm Please note: This session will take place online
Johnson & Johnson Innovation (JJI) is supporting innovation in major life science clusters through the life science incubator, Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS (JLABS), with the ultimate aim of enabling commercialization of new healthc
Why are political brokers responsive to the claims of some voters and not others? Despite an expansive comparative literature on brokers, relatively few studies have systematically scrutinized their downstream responsiveness to clients.
Rebecca Earle (Warwick), "The Nature of Nourishment: What Did it Mean to Call Food 'Nourishing' in the 18th Century?"
Eighteenth-century European writers frequently described foods as ‘nourishing’. What did they mean? Drawing primarily on material from Britain and France, this paper charts eighteenth-century efforts to define the nature of nourishment. Sponsored by the Latin American & Caribbean Studies (LACS) More events from the LACS at mcgill.ca/isid/events More upcoming events from the department of History at mcgill.ca/history
Public lecture, “Indigenous Legal Traditions: The Dilemmas of Legibility” by Ronald Niezen, Katharine A. Pearson Chair in Civil Society and Public Policy in the Faculty of Law and Department of Anthropology, McGill University.
We cordially invites you to the Inaugural Lecture of Professor Mark Walters as holder of the F.R. Scott Chair of Public & Constitutional Law.