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Un regard sur l’avenir de Montreal, 16:00

15 Aug 201516:00
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Un regard sur l'avenir / Researching the Future

Characterizing the molecular mechanisms governing cell sorting and tissue separation in early Xenopus development

17 Aug 201501:00
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Student: Laura Canty Date: Monday August 17th, 2015, at 1:00 pm in Stewart Biology Building, Room W4/12 Supervisor: Dr. François Fagotto

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Understanding Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa: DNA, TLC or MTV? 3:00

17 Aug 201503:00
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Série de rencontres avec des professeurs de la Faculté de médecine de l’Université McGill sur les choix de carrières en sciences de la santé.

Researching the Future of Music, 9:00

17 Aug 201509:00
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Un regard sur l'avenir / Researching the Future

Understanding Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa: DNA, TLC or MTV? 5:00

18 Aug 201505:00
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06:00

Série de rencontres avec des professeurs de la Faculté de médecine de l’Université McGill sur les choix de carrières en sciences de la santé.

Rebalancing Society with Henry Mintzberg, 14:00

18 Aug 201514:00
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World renowned management thinker Henry Mintzberg says the world is in need of a radical renewal of societies that have been falling out of balance, toward private sector domination, since the collapse of the Soviet bloc.

Researching the Future of Music, 22:30

18 Aug 201522:30
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Un regard sur l'avenir / Researching the Future

Towards a Predator-Free New Zealand

19 Aug 201510:00
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Presenter: Chantal Tittley   New Zealand is disproving the experts who assert that it is impractical to try to restore ecosystems to some ‘rightful’ historical state. Hundreds of offshore islands and millions of hectares on the mainland have been successfully rehabilitated in the last few years, as pest-eradication efforts have intensified.

Classified as : Staff, Faculty, External, Students, MCLL

Mount Royal Cemetery Historical Visit #2: Art, Landscape and Artists

19 Aug 201510:00
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Event coordinator: Denise Lord, cjblord@hotmail.com   This activity, guided by a trained volunteer, is the second of the series. The focus is on the aesthetic appeal of this charming cemetery built on the North Slope of Mount Royal. While most participants will be happy to walk, it is possible to drive from place to place.

Classified as : Staff, Faculty, External, Students, MCLL
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