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Notes from the Field: Never turn your back on a motorcycle

Dateline: New Delhi, India. Our intrepid reporter tracks down Madhav Badami as he takes on the problem of India's ever-growing transportation nightmare.

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Published on : 06 Dec 2007

Headliners: From the (school) tie that binds to Sesame's mean streets

AIDS activism; boss of the NHL's Red Wings; Cookie Monster's dark side; and toys gone wrong.

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Published on : 06 Dec 2007

"La mondialisation et l'enseignement du droit"

Dean Nicholas Kasirer of the Faculty of Law appeared on the French national radio network France Culture as the special guest of a program devoted to law and public affairs, "Le bien commun." The topic of the hour-long program, hosted by Antoine Garapon, was "la mondialisation et l'enseignement du droit" and concerned among other things how McGill's transsystemic program of teaching common law and civil law might serve as a model for legal education in France and internationally. The broadcast is available as a podcast .

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Published on : 05 Dec 2007

Green chemistry

McGill civil engineering professor Jim Nicell, chemical engineering professor David Cooper and colleagues are hoping to develop an environmentally friendly plasticizer, the ingredient that makes plastics soft and flexible, to be added to polyvinyl chloride (PVC).

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Published on : 05 Dec 2007

Headliners: From foul fuel to transplant tourism

Kidneys for sale, online aggression and a whole lot of dirty diapers.

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Published on : 22 Nov 2007

Kudos

McMaster University honours Principal Heather Munroe-Blum and husband, Len Blum, and C.J. Li writes a head-turning page-turner.

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Published on : 22 Nov 2007

Entre Nous with Mark Wainberg, Director, McGill AIDS Centre: Taking aim on AIDS

He's been a leading AIDS researcher since the beginning of the epidemic and a vocal, unflinching activist. He's Mark Wainberg and he's not afraid to speak his mind.

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Published on : 22 Nov 2007

Alive with hope

Akbar Ganji, Iran's top dissident, sees a future of democracy and peace.

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Published on : 22 Nov 2007

Notes from the Field: Treading on thinning ice

Bruno Tremblay, a professor in the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, brings readers on a field trip to the ice floes of the Canadian Arctic.

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Published on : 22 Nov 2007

Covering reasonable accommodation

Media@McGill to host colloquium on media's role in Quebec debate

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Published on : 12 Nov 2007

Talking Management: Montie Brewer makes change happen

Air Canada's leader explains what it takes to Karl Moore of McGill University

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Published on : 12 Nov 2007

Focus on family law

In an opinion piece in "The Lawyers Weekly," McGill professor Robert Leckey believes lawmakers should create an intermediate parenting category.

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Published on : 09 Nov 2007