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Wildlife Biology Seminar Series: Who benefits? Mapping ecosystem service flows to inform land management decisions

25Jan201811:30
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Wildlife Biology Seminar Series—featuring a series of external speakers on topics relevant to Wildlife Biology and Environmental Biology.

Know your rights: What to consider before you submit to a journal and sign a copyright transfer agreement

29Jan201811:30
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12:45

Offered by the Macdonald Campus Library, this workshop will go over some of the main points to consider when submitting to a journal with regards to author rights. For example, what rights do you...

Macdonald 3-Minute Thesis Winners

Published: 15Jan2018

Congratulations to the winners of the Lister Family Engaged Science 3-Minute Thesis® Competition - Véronique Boyer, Marcus Kaji, and Karolin Dietrich - pictured here with Dean Anja Geitmann and...

More than $59 million awarded by the CFI and the Government of Quebec to six McGill research projects

Published: 19Jan2018

New labs and equipment through the CFI’s Innovation Fund will help six transformative McGill research projects to collaborate, innovate and train the next generation of scientists for the jobs of...

4 O'Clock Forum: The Gut Microbiota: Between Symbiosis and Dysbiosis

25Jan201816:00

4 O'clock Forum is a monthly seminar series for Macdonald researchers and graduate students to be exposed to scientific advancements related to their own fields of research as well as other...

2018 Net Impact Food Solutions Challenge @Mac Campus

29Jan201816:00
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17:30

Challenge Question:  How might we reduce food loss before it reaches the consumer in order to increase the amount of available edible food and lessen the impact on climate?

68th Annual Macdonald Campus Intercollegiate Judging Competition

3Feb201809:00
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Students, alumni, and 4-H club teams are all invited to participate in the 68th Annual Macdonald Campus Intercollegiate Judging Competition.

Lister Family Engaged Science Macdonald Campus 3-Minute Thesis Competition

11Jan201813:00
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COMPETITION January 11, 2018  1 – 3:15 pm, Macdonald-Stewart Faculty Lounge MS2-022 Grad students - present your research in 3 minutes to a non-specialist audience with one non-animated slide.

Introduction to numeric data cleaning using R

22Feb201814:00
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15:30

This hands-on workshop is a gentle introduction to R. Using census data from Statistics Canada, this session will run through importing survey datasets into R Studio, using data frames, subsetting,...

EndNote Essentials

26Feb201814:00
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Find out how to build your personal database of references using EndNote.

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