Food for Thought enters its 17th season of bringing timely science topics to the community: our neighbours, alumni, students, staff and faculty. This year’s theme is Myth-busting in scientific controversies: where’s the evidence?
NOTE: due to scheduling conflicts, lectures will take place either on a Tuesday or a Wednesday. Please verify the day for each lecture.
Lectures will cover such issues as Diet and Cancer, Factory Farming, Immigration, Canada’s water, etc. Student presentations will also be included as part of the Lister Family Engaged Science Fund allowing students the opportunity to develop communication skills required to disseminate their work to the broader public. We look forward to your participation!
THIS WEEK'S LECTURE
Fighting new viruses: should we make some mosquitoes extinct?
MSc candidate and Naturalist at the Morgan Arboretum