Srinivas Kammanadiminti, Institute of Parasitology (currently at University of Calgary). This seminar will be by video conferencing.
Françoise Baylis, Canada Research Chair in Bioethics and Philosophy, Dalhousie University, Halifax. All are welcome.
Georgette Briggs, Biology, McGill
1. Muhammad Hussein Alu'datt, graduate student: Protein-lipid-phenolic interactions in oil bearing plants. 2. Y-Wei Chang, graduate student: Isolation and characterization of proteins from chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) seeds.
This year's sale is in the Raymond Greenhouse; students will be selling chrysanthemums, snapdragons, tulips, geraniums, China Pinks, basil and more.
Public Conversation - Community boundaries: What are the challenges and implications of opening to the 'other'?
Moderator: Nayiri Tavlian, BA'82; guest: Eric Abitbol, BA'92. Communities are constantly changing, internally and in relation to one another. It is often in the fringes of communities and in the boundaries where they meet that one may explore and appreciate the nature, practices and effects of these changes. Join McGill and Concordia alumni in this engaging public conversation. Limited seating; RSVP required.
For those who would like to cheer on the Redmen hockey team, TSN is showing the TELUS University Cup Semifinal. The final game will be televised on March 26 at 10 pm (EST).
M. Bunge, McGill
Applied Mathematics Seminar: L. Cortelezzi, McGill
Geometric Group Theory Seminar: I. Bumagin, Carleton. Abstract: Given a finitely generated group A and a relatively hyperbolic group G, how much are properties of Hom(A,G) and of A itself related? A survey of the known results and applicable techniques.