Dr. Dario Maestripieri from The University of Chicago will speak on "Biological Bases of Caregiver Attachment." Free admission
Analysis of chemotaxis when the fraction of responsive cells is small - application to mammalian sperm movements
Dr. S. Roy Caplan, Department of Biological Chemistry, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel Department of Physiology, McGill University
BCL/LLB (Law IV) student Claire Stockwell has been awarded one of ten 2008 Global Youth Fellowships from the Walter & Duncan Gordon Foundation.
The MSE is pleased to announce that we are celebrating our 10th anniversary at Homecoming 2008. Join us to renew ties with classmates, friends, faculty and staff at our events scheduled throughout the weekend.
The MSE presents Sarah Pralle "States, Courts, and Nature: State environmental litigation and national policy."
Ingrid Birker, the Redpath Museum's science outreach co-ordinator, has given this one-hour tour several times a year since 2002, shortly after the publication of What Building Stones Tell, Redpath's guidebook to "the fossils, rocks and minerals of Montreal buildings."
McGill Bookstore among 22 across Canada to partner with Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation
L’unité de formation en traduction est fière d'annoncer que le Centre d’éducation permanente a décerné à monsieur Daniel Zamorano le Prix d'excellence en enseignement pour l’année 2007-2008.
The McGill Study Abroad Fair is your best entry into the world of study abroad! Find out about the numerous exchange options open to McGill students through Student Exchanges and Study Abroad (SESA).
The Aboriginal Law Association is hosting a screening of “Le Peuple Invisible” by Richard Desjardins and Robert Monderie (a documentary on Algonquin peoples in Quebec). The film will be followed by a discussion with Michel Thusky of the Algonquins of Barriere Lake First Nation relating to the situation in his community.