Amid the political anxieties of our time, Monia Mazigh’s latest novel, Hope Has Two Daughters, presents a historical milieu where some of the worst-case scenarios already exist. In 2010 Tunisia, press freedom is non-existent, with all major newspapers toeing the government line; human rights activists and journalists are often jailed; and Muslims are persecuted for openly practising their faith.
Glamorous ex-Thomas Cook chief Harriet Green, 55, now an executive at technology giant IBM, says gushingly of our Prime Minister: 'May is exciting, a grown-up, the right person at the right time to negotiate with Europe.
Douglas Cerebral Imaging Centre Lecture Series- Magnetic resonance imaging of brain plasticity, Dulcie Vousden
Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics
Edith Hamel, PhD Professor Department of Neurology & Neurosurgery, MNI The Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital
Edith Hamel, PhD
Professor Department of Neurology & Neurosurgery
MNI The Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital
Main group metal catalysis is of great current interest due to its potential to circumvent the high cost and toxicity of common transition metal catalysts.1 One of the major hurdles in this area is the lack of oxidative additions of rob
CIPP/Lallemand seminar with Nicolas Binctin, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law at the Universities of Poitiers, Paris II, and Paris 12 UPEC.
Many advances in treatment have been made, but a cure is still desperately needed and that’s the focus this month — Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. Dr. Serge Gauthier, a world-renowned researcher and the director of the Alzheimer’s disease research unit at the McGill University Research Centre for Studies in Aging joined senior anchor Jamie Orchard to talk about the illness.
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Martin Luther King, Jr. may be best known for his message, but it's his music that helped make a disciple of McGill University professor and Grammy-nominated musician John Hollenbeck. Hollenbeck, who teaches drums, composition and improvisation with McGill's jazz department, says the baptist preacher and civil rights leader was "a great musician" in the way he used cadence, tone and melody when he spoke.
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