Public talks

Cutting Edge Lecture in Science: Atomic clocks

5Apr201818:00
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20:00

Presented by: Jacques Vanier (Département de physique, Université de Montréal).

What Scientific writing is @ Redpath Museum

2Feb201811:00
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12:00

What scientific writing is: Reflections on the culture and practice of composition in the natural sciences. 

Women in Science @McGill (and beyond)

28Feb201818:00
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18Apr201819:30

Registration is now open for this year's unique seven-week public lecture series featuring some of McGill’s outstanding women biologists, chemists, geographers, geologists, and even a historian of...

Cutting Edge Lecture in Science: Smart Technologies for Agriculture and Natural Resource Management

12Oct201718:00
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20:00

Presented by Viacheslav I. Adamchuk, Ph.D., P.E. (Associate Professor, Bioresource Engineering Dept., McGill): Smart Technologies for Agriculture and Natural Resource Management)

Freaky Friday: How and why I flew into the Arctic to drill ice cores

8Dec201712:00
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13:00

. . . when McGill scientists bust myths and clarify science. This fall a NEW series of Freaky Fridays focuses on HOW science gets done. Each month you will hear one McGill scientist explain “how”...

Cutting Edge Lecture in Science: Short radio bursts

9Nov201718:00
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20:00

Presented by: Vicky Kaspi (Professor, Dept. of Physics, McGill):

Freaky Friday: How I invented greener solvent-free chemical reactions

24Nov201712:00
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13:00

. . . when McGill scientists bust myths and clarify science. This fall a NEW series of Freaky Fridays focuses on HOW science gets done....

Cutting Edge Lecture in Science: Northern Canadian wildlife dynamics and climate change

14Dec201718:00
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20:00

Presented by: Mark S. Boyce (Professor of Ecology Science, Biological Sciences, University of Alberta)

Freaky Friday: How I mapped all the lakes in the world and figured out how much water they contain

27Oct201712:00
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13:00

. . . when McGill scientists bust myths and clarify science. This fall a NEW series of Freaky Fridays focuses on HOW science gets done.

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