Beginning September 29, 2008, Schulich Library will be opened for extended study hours (no services) for users with a valid McGill photo ID card: Monday to Thursday until 2:45am; Friday until 10:45pm; Saturday and Sunday until 11:45pm. Extended study hours at Schulich Library of Science and Engineering are made possible through the financial assistance of the SSMU Library Improvement Fund.
Workshop: Victims of War / Victims of Crime: The Determination of the Status of Victims in International Criminal Law
This workshop discusses recent developments in the determination of the status of victims of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity under international criminal law.
The McGill Life Sciences Library is pleased to announce trial access to the Henry Stewart Talks: The Biomedical and Life Sciences Collection. The trial will end on October 14, 2008. The Henry Stewart Talks is a collection of over 700 audiovisual, seminar style, talks commissioned from leading researchers in biomedicine and the life sciences.
Peyman Nakhaei, PhD final seminar. Supervisor: Dr. Hiscott. Chair: Simon Léveillé.
Reprogramming of Yeast Gene Expression during Diauxic Shift by Members of the Gal4 Family of Transcription Factors
Maggie Liang, MSc final seminar. Supervisor: Dr. Turcotte. Chair: Loury Janbazian.
Dr. Jean-Pierre Routy and his team from the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), in collaboration with Dr. Rafick Sékaly from the Université de Montréal, with ARGOS Therapeutics (North Carolina, US) an industrial partner, have designed a personalized immunotherapy for HIV-infected patients.
- Would you like a little taste of law? - Do you realize the impact law has on our daily lives? - Are you interested in how the law has adapted to changes in society?