McGill Nonlinear Physics Professor and Climatologist Shaun Lovejoy: Global Warming is not a "Natural" Occurrence
Opinion: Research Shows the Global Warming isn't natural
Published on June 9, 2014 | The Gazette
by: Shaun Lovejoy
Last year, the Quebec Skeptics Society laid down a challenge: “If anthropogenic global warming is as strong as scientists claim, then why do they need supercomputers to demonstrate it?”
My immediate response was: “They don’t.”
PhD Oral Defense: Deorphanization and characterization of neuropeptide receptors in the model nematode, Caenorhabditis elegans
PhD Oral Defense of Elizabeth Ruiz Lancheros, Institute of Parasitology
PhD Oral Defense: Effect of Double Fortified Salt Intervention on the Dietary Intakes of Women Tea Plantation Workers in India
PhD Oral Defense of Sudha Venkatramanan, School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition
PhD Oral Defense: Effect of different extraction methods, environmental and post-harvest factors on yield of phenolic compounds from blueberry leaves
PhD Defense of Winny Routray, Department of Bioresource Engineering
PhD Oral Defense of Gopu Raveendran Nair, Department of Bioresource Engineering
PhD Oral Defense of Kevin MacDonald, Institute of Parasitology
PhD Oral Defense: Protein-Protein Interactions of Receptors LdPEX5 and LPEX7 with PTS1 and PTS2 Cargo Proteins, and with Glycosomal Docking Protein LdPEX14 for Protein import into Leishmania donovani
PhD Oral Defense of Rona Strasser, Institute of Parasitology
Recommendations to be released in April in response to criticism of Milton bike gates.
Published on April 1, 2014 | McGill Tribune
by Chelsea Ju
Cycling regulations on campus could undergo substantial changes following the work of McGill’s Cycling Working Group, which is scheduled for release in April.
The group was created in order to analyze issues regarding bicycles on campus, with the goal of devising a well-compromised accommodation for cyclists at the university.
The global transition to clean energy is underway and Canada is lagging, experts speaking at the Broadbent Institute's Progress Summit said Saturday.
Published on March 29, 2014 | The Hill Times
by Laura Ryckewaert
Climate Change: Extinction of Ice-Free Antarctic Polynyas Due to Trapped Ocean Heat (Eric Galbraith)
Researchers from the McGill University and University of Pennsylvania have found evidence to show climate change is the main reason for the disappearance of ice-free regions, known as polynyas.
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