Amazon basin-based Amerindians on Google Earth? Are things getting too crowded on the information superhighway?
John Irving Bell will answer the question of whether genomics are changing medicine.
She's made sweet music with pop royalty (Prince) and lined the pockets of music's favorite naturalists (Barenaked Ladies). But she turned her back on the rock 'n' roll lifestyle to become a PhD student. One question: Isn't it supposed to be the other way around?
Neuroscientist David Colman is part of an innovative effort to find treatments for multiple sclerosis, funded and led by an American millionaire who has the disease.
What the heck is an ecoregion map anyway and what does it have to do with preventing the spread of avian flu? Ask Raja Sengupta.
Architect Daniel Libeskind, whose design was chosen for the rebuilding at ground zero, will speak at McGill.
Can we free ourselves -- and future generations -- from the predisposed genetic monsters lurking in our DNA? Moshe Szyf and Michael Meaney believe that through our actions we can alter the fabric of our genes.
Stephen Lewis, the UN special envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa, makes his case at Macdonald Campus.
Second-year dietetics students got a healthy serving of practical experience in cooking healthy meals for large groups of people.
Henry Mintzberg is a Management professor who believes that business schools are getting it all wrong. In his book Managers, Not MBAs he lays out a case for reforming how managers are educated.