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The NSERC-CREATE Integrated Sensors Systems Training Program is proud to announce the first of our monthly Sensors Seminars.
This year we will be including both professor and student presentations.
The Walrus Talks Energy is a four-part, cross-country series that brings together eight high-profile speakers from many disciplines for eighty minutes of lively thought-provoking ideas and insight.
Join us for The Walrus Talks Energy on October 1 at 6 p.m. in Moyse Hall. Guests will hear talks about Canada’s sustainable energy future, the challenges of energy production, innovations that will change the world, and where you fit in. Presented by Suncor.
The Integrated Sensor Systems Program Graduate Committee is pleased to invite you to the 3rd annual CREATE-ISS Sensors Summer School taking place on June 3rd and 4th 2013 at École Polytechnique de Montréal!
The themes of the event are "Career exploration" and "Sensing".
'Neurological Laboratories’ to Interdisciplinary ‘Centres of Brain Research’: Otfrid Foerster, Wilder Penfield, and Early Neuroscience in Breslau and Montreal
Under specific consideration of the theoretical approaches and practical research influences of “interdisciplinarity” in neuroscientific research, this presentation addresses a time period and a subject of investigation that has only marginally been dealt with in the history of medicine and neurosciences: the influences and the context of the creation of early centres of neuroscientific research at the beginning of the 20th century.
Corruption. A View from an Insider. A conversation with the Hon. John H. Gomery and Bernard St. Laurent
The Friends of the McGill Library present the annual F.R. Scott Lecture
Issues of political corruption have been front and centre in Quebec in recent years. Controversies such as the sponsorship scandal of 2004 and the current widespread corruption in the construction industry in Quebec have put political integrity high on the agenda of the press, and the public. The Friends of the McGill Library are offering A View from an Insider.
This lecture draws on the wealth of marginalia – names, dates, marks, signatures, comments, and drawings – which nineteenth century readers marked in their books. Prof Stauffer uses this evidence to reconstruct the history of how Victorian readers interacted with their books, and how they interacted with each other through their books. Projects such as Google Books make digital versions of these volumes more accessible to modern readers.