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McGill Sustainability Systems Initiative Research Themes Launch / Invited Speaker Amy Luers

26Sep201714:00
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The McGill Sustainability Systems Initiative is pleased to invite you to the inaugural MSSI event for the 2017-18 academic year.

Science Literacy Week @ McGill 2017

18Sep2017
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24Sep2017

Science Literacy Week @ McGill is happening from September 18 to 24! McGill Library, Let’s Talk Science McGill, Graphos, and Redpath Museum, have planned a wide range of activities across both...

2017 Trottier Public Science Symposium: MIND MATTERS - The Body-Mind Connection

23Oct2017
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"The mind can make a heaven of hell and a hell of heaven." (John Milton)/scienceCategory: Faculty of Science

2016 Undergraduate Research Conference, Faculty of Science

20Oct2016

Science students present their research projects. Come check out their posters and talk with the scientists of tomorrow!

Open House 2017

29Oct201710:00
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/educationCategory: Education Student Affairs...

McGill tops Maclean’s rankings for 13th straight year

Published: 12Oct2017

For the 13th year in a row, Maclean’s magazine has ranked McGill as the top university in Canada among institutions in the medical-doctoral category.

Memorial Tribute – Allan S. Hay (1929–2017)

Published: 11Oct2017

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our friend and colleague Allan S. Hay, who passed away peacefully on August 14, 2017. Prof. Hay had an international reputation as one of...

Invited Speaker - Frances Seymour

26Oct201715:00
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The MSSI invites you to attend the second lecture in our exciting fall series./mssiCategory: Sustainability Science Research Science/Technology/Environment

Documentary film: Pour la suite du monde

3Dec201715:00
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(NFB 1963). In french.  Une peche au marsouin abandonnee depuis trente-huit ans est reconstituee pour le film par les habitants de l'Ile-aux-Coudres. Le marsouin sera ensuite transporte vers un zoo...

Sunday Documentary film: Lost Rivers

29Oct201715:00
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(CatBird films, 2015).  The film takes us across the globe, retracing the history of lost urban rivers by plunging into archival maps and going underground with clandestine urban explorers.

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