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Student Award winners of the Spring!

Published: 10Jun2021

Congratulations to our student Award winners at the Museum this spring! The Museum is proud to announce two winners of the annual REDME (Redpath Museum Excellence Award) this year.

New program helps students get the most out of first year

Published: 9Jun2021

Launched by the Faculty of Science in Fall 2020, SciLearn is a new way of helping incoming students make the transition to university study. Read more

CCAiR : Climate change and you

20Jun202110:00
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Climate change and you : Workshop #1 of the Climate Change Artist in Residence...

Clues from soured milk reveal how gold veins form

Published: 21May2021

For decades scientists have been puzzled by the formation of rare hyper-enriched gold deposits in places like Ballarat in Australia, Serra Palada in Brazil, and Red Lake in Ontario. While such...

The Museum in the news : Climate Change Artist in Residence!

Published: 19May2021

Learn more on our Climate Change Artist in Residence Milton Riaño in the article from the McGill Reporter right here.

Spring / Summer 2021 Recreational Program

5May202112:00
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C475 avenue des Pins Ouest, Montreal, QC, H2W 1S4, CA/involvementCategory: Be well—Healthy Living Remote

Eurêka! Science Festival

30Jun202109:00
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Everyone's favourite Mountreal science festival is going online this year, with over 50 varied, fun, interactive games, videos, podcasts and shows for ages 8-12. The Redpath Museum, ...

Hidden magma pools pose volcanic eruption risks we can’t yet detect

Published: 11May2021

New research co-authored by McGill Earth and Planetary Science professor John Stix challenges conventional views about scientists' ability to reliably predict volcanic eruptions. Read more

Family Science Day: Virtual Field Trips Metro@Monteregie

8May202113:00
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For a behind the scenes glimpse with the creation team register in advance, come with your questions and learn more about the making of virtual field trips. /epsCategory: Bicentennial...

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