Soup & Science: McGill’s stew-pendous serving of research

Published: 3 April 2024

Recently, McGill undergraduate students had the opportunity to savor an enriching blend of knowledge and soup at the 37th edition of Soup & Science. This week-long event, occurring once a semester, highlights research taking place on campus. This semester’s showcase included topics across disciplines, ranging from quantum meta-photonics to optogenetic stimulation in roundworms, and students were able to learn and engage with these topics in an intimate setting.

The event took place at the SSMU Building and featured three to four faculty speakers, alongside one or two student speakers, presenting their projects in short, four to five-minute segments. The popular series allows students to get a broad taste of the research opportunities available to them at McGill, including undergraduate research awards, alongside some of the research currently being conducted at the University.

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