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McGill launches Centre for Bioinformatics

Mon, 2000-05-29 (All day)

The bioinformatics revolution is beginning to profoundly affect the whole of biology and medicine. In response to this challenge of the "post-genomic age," McGill has established a Centre for Bioinformatics, and a staffing search, which will pull together researchers from many disciplines, has begun.

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First Pew fellowship for McGill

Wed, 2000-05-24 (All day)

Biologist Amanda Vincent, the first scientist to study seahorses in their natural habitats, has just been given a prestigious Pew Fellowship, the world's preeminent award in marine conservation. Vincent is the first McGill professor and only the second Canadian to be named a Pew Fellow.

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Spring convocations at McGill University

Wed, 2000-05-10 (All day)

McGill University's first honorary doctorates of the new millennium are being conferred on a wide range of individuals during the months of May and June.

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Conference on colon cancer

Tue, 2000-05-09 (All day)

The McGill University Cancer Centre presents a three-day conference and workshops on colon cancer to be held from May 10 to 13.

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Climate experts at McGill University

Fri, 2000-05-12 (All day)

McGill's Centre for Climate and Global Change Research (C2GCR) is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year.

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Cohenists unite

Tue, 2000-05-09 (All day)

Leonard Cohen fans gather at McGill conference devoted to the living legend.

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McGill-Queen's Press agreement extended

Tue, 2000-05-02 (All day)

The principals of McGill University and Queen's University announce the signing of an agreement to continue the partnership of the two institutions in support of McGill-Queen's University Press.

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A giant in the field of modern molecular biology

Mon, 2000-05-01 (All day)

Dr Philip A. Sharp, a giant in the field of modern molecular biology, will speak at McGill on Friday, May 5, under the auspices of the prestigious Foundations of Medical Science lecture series.

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Reaction to the Quebec budget

Wed, 2000-03-15 (All day)

Minister of Education François Legault's elaboration on the Quebec budget provisions for education leads McGill's administrators to a more optimistic outlook.

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A new spin on a strange class of pulsars

Thu, 2000-03-23 (All day)

MIT and McGill University astronomers have taken a major step in defining a type of slow-spinning, highly magnetic collapsed star seemingly so rare and unusual that even its interim name, Anomalous X-ray Pulsar (AXP), reveals how truly strange it is.

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