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Un scanneur 3D pour évaluer les blessures chez les vaches

Published: 8Nov2018

À 24 ans, Jessica St-Pierre est formelle : « Le fait d’avoir grandi dans une ferme laitière m’a poussée à choisir l’agronomie comme domaine d’études. J’y ai développé une véritable passion! Pour...

Trottier Institute for Science and Public Policy (TISPP) Annual Symposium

19Nov201814:30
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18:30

Managing resources sustainably: where science, public policy and industry can meet This year's TISPP symposium will include:

Course Evaluations matter... evaluate your courses! [Default Period]

12Nov2018
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22Dec2018

MERCURY Course Evaluations will be available to students until December 22 for units following the default period (or until December 5 for units following the condensed period)./mercuryCategory:...

Trottier Institute for Science and Public Policy (TISPP) Annual Symposium

19Nov201814:30
to
18:30

Managing resources sustainably: where science, public policy and industry can meet This year's TISPP symposium will include:

Image Acquisition and Analysis - one-day intensive workshop

7Dec201809:00
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17:30

The Multi-scale Imaging Facility is offering a one-day intensive hands-on workshop on image acquisition and analysis. Guest speakers:

Scholastic Awards Reception

13Nov201816:00
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18:00

Scholastic Awards Reception: presentation of medals, scholarships, fellowships and awards to undergraduate and graduate students  

Guide de production - Patate douce

Published: 25Oct2018

David Wees, Associate Director of the Farm Management and Technology Program and Faculty Lecturer, has published a new book on sweet potato production.

L'agroalimentaire, un secteur porteur au Québec

Published: 22Oct2018

La Belle Province peut également s'enorgueillir de disposer de nombreux centres de recherche, d'expertise et d'innovation spécialisés tels que le Cintech agroalimentaire, l'Institut de technologie...

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue bike path users can snack on the go thanks to public 'food forest'

Published: 22Oct2018

Runners, cyclists and walkers in a West Island suburb are now able to snack on the go — plucking fruit from trees, berries from bushes and herbs from the ground in what has been dubbed a "food...

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