What is cybercartography? Killam Prize winner to explain on October 28.
D. R. Fraser Taylor will deliver the 2014 Killam Lecture in the Social Sciences on cybercartography.Register to attend
Royal Society of Canada honours four McGill researchers.
Professor Nigel Roulet is among four McGill scholars to be inducted to the RSC for outstanding contributions to the natural and social sciences, arts and humanities.Read more
Prof. Michael Meaney awarded Klaus J. Jacobs Research Prize
Meaney receives prize in recognition of his groundbreaking achievements in the biology of child development.Learn more
Beatty Lecture with Prof. Karl Deisseroth: "Illuminating the Brain"
Professor Desseroth, Biogineering and of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University, will discuss how his lab’s discoveries may assist neuroscientists to map the architecture of the brain.Register to attend
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World-renowned green chemist joining McGill
Prof. Robin Rogers will build on McGill’s outstanding strength in new, green manufacturing technologies.Learn more
Foundational members of The College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists announced
McGill's Professors Madhukar Pai and Aashish Clerk among those honoured.Read more
McGill’s Myriam Denov awarded prestigious Trudeau Fellowship
Participatory research uses art to shed light on the lives of children born of warRead more
McGill-Centraide campaign officially launched!
With the March of the Umbrellas, Centraide's $57 million fundraising campaign kicks off - and McGill was there in red and white.How can you get involved?
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