Congratulations to Amanda M. Feige, Lili Gao, Crystal P. Mann, David Matthews and Finn Upham! They were named to the Scarlet Key Society in 2007 in recognition of how McGill and its students have benefited extraordinarily from their involvement.
Please note that Administrative Offices in the Faculty of Engineering will be closed on Friday, April 6, and Monday, April 9, 2007.
In accordance with the Bookstore's returns and refunds policy, textbooks for winter 2007 semester courses purchased between April 5 and April 30 are final sales and are non-returnable. Full details of the refund policy are available on the Bookstore's website.
As of April 2, 2007, the following products are now available free at the GeoGratis website: CanMatrix (Scanned Topographic Maps 1:50,00 and 1:250,000), CanImage (Satellite Imagery 1:50,000) and NTDB-National Topographic Database (Vector topographic map data 1:50,000 and 1:250,000).
Between 1801 and 2000, around 9.5 million pages for over 184,000 parliamentary papers were published. Since 2001, the number of papers has grown by approximately 4,000 for each parliamentary session. HCPP delivers searchable full text for each paper, along with a detailed subject index.
McGill Library has trial access until May 15, 2007, to the database Public Documents Masterfile, an index to over four million public documents (government documents). In some cases, the full text of the documents is available.
Andrés Drew has been awarded a Scarlet Key Award from Chancellor Dick Pound in recognition of his outstanding leadership as a student.
The Management Forum Steering Committee is pleased to invite you to a Management Forum Wine & Cheese on Monday, April 30, 2007, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., McGill Faculty Club Ballroom, 3450 McTavish Street. This event has been organized in conjunction with a series of Management Forum Plenary sessions, "Looking to the Future: McGill's New Leadership," which is to commence on April 25, with guest speakers Provost Anthony C. Masi and Associate Vice-Principal (Human Resources) Lynne B. Gervais.
Massively parallel nanofluidic systems are lab-on-a-chip devices where the fluidic operations associated with solution-phase biochemical and biological analysis are performed in high density arrays of nanoliter containers.