It’s a scene that plays out every day in Montreal. On the bus, in schools, in the office and at home, conversations weave seamlessly back and forth between French and English, or one of the many other languages represented on this multicultural island. It’s increasingly common to hear not two, but three different languages spoken in one short conversation.
Spanning two days, the Annual Trottier Public Science Symposium “Are We Alone?” took the audience to the moon, Mars, and beyond. Focusing on the origin of life in our solar system, the series explored the where and how of alien life.
WEDNESDAY JUNE 10 TH , 2015 AT 12:00 PM
Dr. Renzo Cecere, Advances in Artificial Heart Technology
WEDNESDAY MAY 13 TH , 2015 AT 12:00 PM
**Dr. Natalie Bottega, Troubles cardiaques pendant la grossesse
WEDNESDAY APRIL 8 TH , 2015 AT 12:00 PM
Dr. Negareh Mousavi, Cardiotoxicity of Anti-Cancer Drugs
WEDNESDAY MARCH 11 TH , 2015 AT 12:00 PM
Dr. Susan Solymoss, VTE Management: New Overall Approach
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 11 TH , 2015 AT 12:00 PM
Drs. Nicolo Piazza, Giuseppe Martucci and Jean Buithieu,
Left Atrial Exclusion Device for AFIB
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The Faculty of Science extends congratulations to alumnus John O'Keefe who was named co-winner of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, for his contribution to the discovery of cells that constitute the brain’s ‘inner GPS,’ which makes it possible to orient ourselves in space. Dr. O’Keefe worked under the supervision of Professor Ron Melzack (Department of Psychology) and received his PhD from McGill in 1967. READ MORE
Increasing globalization and intercultural contact (we live in a connective era, after all!) is a reality that demands expanding one’s cultural skill set. This workshop will help everyone understand more about what it takes to be a global leader and recognize how to increase intercultural consciousness.