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Rock On! Erin Gibbons

Published: 28Jun2020

The Redpath Museum Society Vice President External, Erin Gibbons, has won the prestigious Vanier Scholarship. 

Cutting Edge Lecture in Science: The Force Is Strong Within Us

10Dec202018:00
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Dec. 10, 2020: By Christopher Moraes (Canada Research Chair in Advanced Cellular Microenvironments, Dept. Chemical Engineering, McGill). /redpathCategory: Earth System Science (ESS)...

Cutting Edge Lecture in Science: Interrogating free-ranging birds using cutting-edge techniques

12Nov202018:00
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By Kyle Elliot (Canada Research Chair in Arctic Ecology, Natural Resource Sciences, McGill)./redpathCategory: Earth System Science (ESS) Redpath Museum School of Physical and Occupational Therapy

Thanks for your donations!

Published: 27May2020

The McGill 24 Seeds of Change project to create a Virtual Fossil and Dinosaur kit closed at midnight on May 26, 2020, and raised $2,069.78 from 9 donations (including $290 in McGill24 Matching Funds).

Captain Catalyst wins Youth Mentor Award

Published: 24Apr2020

Captain Catalyst (aka Steve Rosenstein from Montreal) has won the 2019 Youth Mentor Award from the Canadian Wildlife Federation. This award honours an individual who has made significant...

Online SEG Talk by Dr. Rebecca Paisley

21May202012:00
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How to join: Email sarah.bodeving [at] mail.mcgill.ca (subject: SEG%20Zoom%20link%20for%20Dr.%20Paisley%20) (Sarah Bode/epsCategory: Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences (EPS)

Volcanic CO2 emissions helped trigger Triassic climate change

Published: 14Apr2020

A new study finds volcanic activity played a direct role in triggering extreme climate change at the end of the Triassic period 201 million year ago, wiping out almost half of all existing species....

Two lives lived through a paleontological window

Published: 14Apr2020

Two people connected to the Redpath Museum died on April 8, 2020: Robert “Bob” Lynn Carroll, vertebrate paleontologist, aged 81 years old and Joan Clark, patent lawyer, aged 90 years old.

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