McGill establishes research chair to address climate change in the North

Published: 18 October 2023

As Canadians experience a year of record-breaking wildfires, floods, and extreme heat, experts are warning that these conditions will persist and likely intensify over the coming decades as we...

Addressing Global Food Security and Sustainability with Dean Anja Geitmann

Tuesday, October 24, 2023 17:30to19:30

Which has a lower carbon footprint? A pot of drip coffee or a cup from a pod? How about an out of season, but stored, local apple or an in season, but transported, apple from somewhere else?Impact...

AAFC Agri-Science Program announces $5.3M to BioFuelNet

Published: 4 October 2023

On August 30, Vice-Principal of Macdonald Campus and Dean of the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Anja Geitmann welcomed Member of Parliament for Lac-Saint-Louis Francis...

Four Mac Undergrads Awarded for Outstanding USRA Posters

Published: 20 September 2023

On September 7, thirty two AES undergraduate research awardees shared posters illustrating their summer research jobs....

New and renewed government funding for research in McGill's Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

Published: 30 August 2023

Today, the Honourable Randy Boissonnault, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Official Languages, on behalf of the Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation,...

A. Jean de Grandpré Distinguished Speaker Series

Wednesday, September 8, 2021 12:00to13:00

What's Happening in Our World of Food and Does it Matter? /macdonaldCategory: Macdonald Campus (agriculture and environment) Macdonald Campus

Puzzling shapes: unlocking the mysteries of plant cell morphology 

Published: 8 August 2019

The discovery of the mechanics and molecular mechanism that dictate cell shape formation in plants by a team of McGill researchers offers new clues about the fundamental processes governing tissue...

Sex in plants requires thrust

Published: 25 September 2018

Plant sex relies on a combination of prodding and a lot of communication and guidance suggests a study published in the September 2018 issue of Technology.


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