Title: "HIV Persistence in the Setting of Antiretroviral Therapy: When, Where and How HIV Hides?”
There are some places Wayne Griffith knows like the back of his hand.
... Griffith brought a wealth of knowledge and experience in the financial services industry to his new position at RBC. A graduate of Concordia University in Montreal, the Bajan holds a Bachelor’s degree of commerce and a number of other financial planning designations from Concordia, the Canadian Securities Institute, the Institute of Canadian Bankers and McGill University’s Executive Institute.
Despite the tremendous accomplishments that have been described in the development of transition metal-catalyzed coupling processes, it is nevertheless true that many significant opportunities remain. For example, to date the overwhe
CCVC Seminar: Franziska Schoenebeck - New Insights and Developments in Catalysis – An Interplay of Experimental and Computational Tools
Detailed understanding of catalytic transformations is key to designing better catalysts. This talk will give insights on case studies and reactivity designs recently undertaken in our laboratory.
Chemistry Seminar: Samuel A. Johnson - The Fast and the Furious: Tuning Nickel Complexes for C-H and C-F Bond Activation
The direct functionalization of traditionally unreactive bonds, such as C-H bonds provides a facile, cheap and environmentally friendly route to the synthesis of organic compounds. The development of methodologies for the use of relatively inexpe
Taxi companies are playing catch-up in the battle for a smartphone presence. A Quebec company is developing its own app to allow taxi customers to order a cab from their phone, to track its location while en route and allow them to pay via their phone as well.
... “Uber has such a strong presence here already and has sort of become the market leader all of a sudden. Whether the taxi companies can get that back with this app will be interesting to see.” – says Jui Ramaprasad.
When British entrepreneur Oliver Proudlock visited France for a ski season he didn’t expect to sell a chalet and begin his start-up journey. Here is his story...
“I sold a small guest house in the French Alps for a friend a little over half a decade ago and stumbled upon a business model that really worked. I’d begun with a three-bedroom chalet in 2009, perched above the town of Chamonix, offering catered accommodation during the winter ski season and turning into a backpackers lodge once the snow had melted... "
ABCs of the PhD
Rachel Zellars, PhD candidate in our Department of Integrated Studies in Education (DISE), has written an opinion piece for the Montreal Gazette entitled "Canada's Long History of Racism". The article was published on Wednesday, August 18, 2015.