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Secret science spots of McGill

7 Mar 2021 10:00
11:00

Science at McGill University goes back 150 years, but there are hidden pockets of history that will surprise even the most avid science nerd.

Find out where Ernest Rutherford conducted the experiments that won him the 1905 Nobel prize, or where Maude Abbott, Canada's first cardiologist, examined pathological samples, or where where you can read Darwin’s letter and learn about his connection to the Redpath Museum.

Undergraduate Poster Showcase 2021

16 Mar 2021 18:00
20:00

The Undergraduate Poster Showcase celebrates the work of students by providing them with an opportunity to share their scientific research, passion projects, in-class assignments, and more! On March 16th, during McGill’s Bicentennial Student Week, students will present via Zoom to an audience of alumni, faculty, staff, and fellow students.

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Bicentennial STARS: Take it to the Limit: Mammoth Machines and the Tiniest Particles

24 Mar 2021 12:00
13:00

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With Lia Formenti, M.Sc. candidate under the supervision of Prof. Brigitte Vachon, Dept. of Physics, McGill University

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Migratory Birds and Spring

28 Mar 2021 10:00
11:00

Join the Museum at Home to find out what kinds of birds are flying back to the Montreal area and what they are doing here this summer.

Special guest: Sheldon Harvey of Birds Protection Québec

Audience: For all

Bicentennial Mini-Science: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Reason

8 Apr 2021 18:00
19:00

With Doina Precup, Associate Professor, School of Computer Science, McGill University

Dr. Precup's presentation will focus on Deep Learning and the latest developments in the field. She will explain her interest in researching machine decision-making in situations where uncertainty is high.

Bicentennial STARS: Using small animals to answer a large-scale question: Why do animals leave their habitats?

28 Apr 2021 12:00
13:00

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With Nathalie Jreidini

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24hr de Science - Virtual

8 May 2021 10:00
11:00

As part of 24hr de Science, join PhD students from the Redpath Museum for these great science presentations on their research.

10am to 11am in English : Corals – how they live and connect. By Victoria Glynn

24 heures de Science - Virtual

8 May 2021 11:30
12:30

As part of 24hr de Science, join PhD students from the Redpath Museum for these great science presentations on their research.

11:30am to 12:30pm in FRENCH : Les tiques - comment elles vivent et nous affectent. Avec Kirsten Crandall

Bicentennial Mini-Science: The Future of Space: Exploring the Black Hole Frontier

13 May 2021 18:00
19:00

With Daryl Haggard, Associate Professor of Physics in the McGill Space Institute

Bicentennial STARS: The importance of declining amphibians

26 May 2021 12:00
13:00

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Bicentennial Mini-Science: The future of chemistry

10 Jun 2021 18:00
19:00

With Tomislav Friščić, Professor, Dept. of Chemistry, McGill University

In this presentation on the future of green chemistry, Dr. Friščić will explain how chemistry can change the world for the better as he details some of his most recent research and other fascinating developments in the field.

Bicentennial Mini-Science: The future of food, agriculture and trade

8 Jul 2021 18:00
19:00

With Graham MacDonald, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Geography, McGill University

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The Mini-Science series is brought to you with the generous support of the Trottier Family Foundation.

Bicentennial Mini-Science: The future of the arts and music

5 Aug 2021 18:00
19:00

With Marcelo M. Wanderley, Professor, Schulich School of Music, McGill University

Discover the Bicentennial Mini-Science series

The Mini-Science series is brought to you with the generous support of the Trottier Family Foundation.

Bicentennial Mini-Science: Charting a Course to Global Sustainability in the 21st Century

9 Sep 2021 18:00
19:00

With Andrew Gonzalez, Professor, Dept. of Biology, McGill University

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