Please note that there will be a ventilation shutdown at the Barton Building which houses the Macdonald Campus Library on Tuesday, November 14 and Wednesday, November 15 from 18:00 to 06:00. As a result, extended hours that run from 17:00 - midnight will be canceled on these two days. 

This shutdown is necessary in order to perform general maintenance on ventilations systems. New bearings, belt, and pillow blocks will also be installed.

We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience.

Classified as: temporary closure, temporary service disruption
Published on: 8 Nov 2023

The customary reds, oranges and yellows of the trees, marking the arrival of fall, may have appeared early this year, or not at all. The dramatic summer weather that brought wildfires in some parts of the country and heavy rain in others is being reflected in fall colours across Canada, researchers say.

Classified as: david wees, climate change, fall colours, Macdonald Campus, Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
Published on: 24 Oct 2023

DATE: October 17th 2023 | TIME: 2:00pm (EST) |  Location: Macdonald Engineering Building RM: 497

Present by Professor Søren Husted

Free Hybrid Seminar- Available on zoom

Classified as: Nanotechnology, Sustainability, agriculture, campus crops, microplastics
Published on: 26 Sep 2023

The Brace Water Centre (Brace) welcomes members from the McGill research community who are working on water-related issues. Membership is open to faculty members, post-doctoral fellows, research associates and graduate students. 

Classified as: Water Conservation, water resources, water resources management, water
Published on: 10 Mar 2023

Due to an electrical shutdown, the Macdonald Campus Library will close at 5PM on Tuesday, November 1. 

This shutdown is necessary for Facilities to relocate an electrical disconnect switch at the Macdonald Stewart Building.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Classified as: temporary closure, temporary service disruption
Published on: 31 Oct 2022

Congratulations to Maxime Leduc, BSc(AgEnvSc)’12, a self-employed consultant in forage systems and Farm Management and Technology Program Lecturer, who has been awarded the Prix Jeune Agronome from l’Ordre des Agronomes du Quebec for his exceptional contributions to Quebec agriculture. Earlier this year Maxime received the Macdonald Distinguished Young Alumni Award.

Classified as: Maxime Leduc, Ordre des Agronomes du Quebec, agrology
Published on: 24 Jan 2022

Professors Murray Humphries, Director of the McGill Centre for Indigenous Peoples’ Nutrition and Environment (CINE), and Treena Delormier and Hugo Melgar-Quinonez, both from the School of Human Nutrition, will play key roles in the NFRF-T project, Biodiversity Conservation and the Health and Well-being of Indigenous Peoples, led by the University of A

Classified as: Murray Humphries, Treena Wasonti:io Delormier, Hugo Melgar-Quinonez, CINE, Truth and Reconciliation, biodiversity, conservation
Published on: 24 Jan 2022

Today, the Fonds de recherche du Québec - Nature et technologies (FRQNT), along with its partner the ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation (MAPAQ) announced the creation of the Réseau québécois de recherche en agriculture durable (RQRAD), a flagship measure of the Plan d’agriculture durable 2020-2030 (PAD).

Classified as: Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Paul Thomassin, Fonds de recherche du Québec - Nature et technologies (FRQNT)
Published on: 8 Oct 2021

Today, Élisabeth Brière, Member of Parliament for Sherbrooke and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages announced funding results from the Canadian Foundation for Innovation’s (CFI) Innovation Fund (IF) for universities in Quebec.

Classified as: Canada Foundation for Innovation, CFI, Innovation Fund, BARN, michael jemtrud, Kiel Moe, Salmaan Craig, Morgan Arboretum, Macdonald Campus, Peter Guo-hua Fu School of Architecture, Sustainability
Published on: 9 Mar 2021

@WorkingHumansofMcGill is where inspiring stories/experiences of working McGill students through candid portraits and accompanying mini-narratives about on-campus work, part-time or casual jobs, internships and/or full-time positions will be shared. These stories are meant to highlight the successes, challenges, discoveries and insights of those working while studying at McGill (concept based on Brandon Stanton’s Humans of NY photo-blog).

Classified as: @WorkingHumansOfMcGill, career planning service, Caps, Instagram
Published on: 7 Dec 2018

Judith Largy-Nadeau (BRE) and Dainava Blayney (NRS) and students from the Université de Sherbrooke are going door-to-door in Pointe-Claire to promote good waste habits this summer.

Read more Global News

Classified as: composting, waste, environment
Published on: 27 Jul 2017

Scientists at the University of Alberta and McGill University have discovered a direct link between calcium and cholesterol, a discovery that could pave the way for new ways of treating high blood cholesterol.

Read more in the McGill Newsroom

Classified as: calcium, cholesterol, heart disease, Luis Agellon, Marek Michalak, University of Alberta
Published on: 27 Jul 2017

“It has been something of a mystery why predators are so important in animal extinctions,” says Kyle Elliott, an assistant professor in McGill University’s Dept. of Natural Resource Sciences and the first author of a recent study on the subject published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B. “As prey populations decline, predators should simply switch to other prey.

Classified as: ecology
Published on: 27 Jul 2017
The Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Laurent Lessard, and Geoffrey Kelley, MNA for Jacques-Cartier and Minister responsible for Native Affairs, announced on behalf of the Government of Quebec $5 million for the Consortium de recherche précompétitive en transformation alimentaire at McGill University’s Macdonald campus today. The funds will be awarded in five annual instalments of $1 million
Classified as: funding, Macdonald Campus, agriculture, mcgill research, Government of Quebec, agri-food
Published on: 31 Mar 2017

Insecticides that are sprayed in orchards and fields across North America may be more toxic to spiders than scientists previously believed.

Classified as: news, Research, spiders, Animal behaviour, evolutionary ecology, Christopher Buddle, Dept. of Natural Resource Sciences
Published on: 6 Aug 2015


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