The Alberta-based Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC) announced on April 15, that two McGill researchers are among the 24 winners of $500,000 grants to transform carbon dioxide into useful products.
Published on April 16, 2014 | McGill Publications
Written by: Meaghan Thurston
Please join us at the opening of the Faculty of Engineering’s Inaugural Active Learning Conference at McGill University.
Our keynote speaker, Professor Michael Prince, will be speaking about Active Learning for Busy Skeptics.
Statistical analysis rules out natural-warming hypothesis with more than 99% certainty
Published on April 11, 2014 | McGill Research
An analysis of temperature data since 1500 all but rules out the possibility that global warming in the industrial era is just a natural fluctuation in the earth’s climate, according to a new study by McGill University physics professor Shaun Lovejoy.
"Hey, aren't you somebody?" the teenager queried as I got into the elevator.
“Hate” may be a strong word, but it is the word used by mild-mannered Bernice Ting to describe how she feels about waste.
Published on April 9, 2014 | McGill News
by Jennifer Nault
Date: May 8, 2014
Location: Atwater Library -- 1200 Atwater Ave, Westmount
RSVP: jenna [at] ecwpress [dot] com
In the white tent on the lower campus. Reception to follow for graduates, family and friends at the School in the Exhibition Room at approximately noon.
Travel photographs by Jack Goldsmith. Jack Goldsmith (1949-2014) was McGill’s photographer since 1976; he co-founded the Montreal Carpet Appreciation Society in 1978; he was a rug and rare book collector on West and East Asian art, travel and T.E. Lawrence. He studied photography at Dawson College, graduated from Concordia University in Anthropology and taught both subjects intermittently. At the end of his life he was preparing a photo exhibition: portraits of people, children and characters of good cheer taken during his travels around the globe.
Recommendations to be released in April in response to criticism of Milton bike gates.
Published on April 1, 2014 | McGill Tribune
by Chelsea Ju
Cycling regulations on campus could undergo substantial changes following the work of McGill’s Cycling Working Group, which is scheduled for release in April.
The group was created in order to analyze issues regarding bicycles on campus, with the goal of devising a well-compromised accommodation for cyclists at the university.
We invite paper proposals for a Tax Justice and Human Rights Research Collaboration Symposium, to be held at the McGill Faculty of Law, Montreal, Quebec, from Wednesday to Friday, 18-20 June, 2014.
The symposium will explore the fundamental connections between taxation and human rights by providing a forum for collaboration among emerging scholars, established academics, civil society organization representatives, tax justice advocacy groups, tax policy makers, and researchers from around the world.