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Food for Thought Lecture Series. Closing the Poop Loop: Rethinking human excreta management

9Oct201819:00
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Our 3rd Food for Thought Lecture for 2018 will feature a look at waste disposal with Postdoctoral Research Fellow Michael Boh (Bioresource Engineering)

Food for Thought Lecture Series.The Role of Animal- and Plant-based Protein Sources in a Sustainable Diet

24Oct201819:00
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Our 4th Food for Thought Lecture for 2018 will feature a look at consumer food choices with MSc candidate Olivia Auclair (Animal Science)

Food for Thought Lecture Series.Is there plastic in your drinking water and other consumer products?

7Nov201819:00
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Our 5th Food for Thought Lecture for 2018 will feature a look at plastics and how we can change things, with Professor and Canada Research Chair in Biocolloids and Surfaces Nathalie Tufenkji,  ...

Food for Thought Lecture Series. MSEG - the Story.

21Nov201819:00
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Our final Food for Thought Lecture for 2018 will take a look at the history and work of a very successful student enterprise - the McGill Student-Run Ecological Gardens (MSEG).  

Food for Thought Lecture Series: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly-The Hidden World of Fungi and the Marvels of Mushrooms

26Sep201819:00
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Our 2nd Food for Thought Lecture for 2018 will feature the intriguing world of mushroom through the eyes of Professor Suha Jabaji (Plant Science).

An elevator pitch for Keenoa

Published: 15Jun2018

Kudos to Anne-Julie Tessier, RD, PhD candidate in the School of Human Nutrition, who won the Elevator Pitch Contest organized by the Sight and Life Foundation at the last American Society of...

An elevator pitch for Keenoa

Published: 15Jun2018

Kudos to Anne-Julie Tessier, RD, PhD candidate in the School of Human Nutrition, who won the Elevator Pitch Contest organized by the Sight and Life Foundation at the last American Society of...

Growing a good idea: McGill Seed Library helps would-be gardners

Published: 5Jun2018

An unconventional library at McGill is allowing students and faculty to borrow seeds....

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