Astronomie en fût MTL #23


Astronomy on Tap is free series of events that take place in pubs, organized jointly by AstroMcGill, iREx (Institute for Research on Exoplanets), and the Centre for Research in Astrophysics of...

The value of effective communication in science careers


For Macdonald Campus students, faculty and staff only NSERC CREATE Environmental Innovation Eye Opener Keynote Speaker: Dan Riskin

EcoToxChip aims to slash cost and time for chemical toxicity tests, save lab animals

Published: 7May2019

The EcoToxChip is expected to generate huge savings in time, money and live animals in testing thousands of chemicals for toxicity. The project is being led by researchers at the University of...

Student Services Units Closed on May 14th, from 9am-1pm

Published: 1May2019

All Student Services units will be closed on Tuesday May 14th, 2019 from 9am to 1pm, with the exception of McGill's Office for Students with Disabilities - OSD Exam Centre and psychiatrist...

Healthy Workplace Highlight: Lana Kobeici

Published: 1May2019

Lana Kobeici, Senior Administrative Coordinator in Microbiology and Immunology in the Faculty of Medicine at McGill....

MORSL Summer Term 2019 hours in effect

Published: 30Apr2019

Summer is a great time to slow down and invest some time in your spiritual self care. At MORSL, we will be open throughout the summer term, but on a slightly modified schedule: 

Bientôt, des serres plus productives et moins énergivores

Published: 30Apr2019

Dans une serre du campus Macdonald, Mark Lefsrud et ses étudiants sont à la recherche de la meilleure recette de lumière pour faire pousser des légumes et des fruits. « Il est en effet possible d...

Annual Montreal Parasitology Symposium 2019 (AMPS 2019)


We are excited to announce the one-day symposium ‘Annual Montreal Parasitology Symposium 2019’, which will be held on McGill University’s beautiful Macdonald Campus in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC, on...

Améliorer les cultures fourragères au Québec

Published: 24Apr2019

La luzerne et la fléole des prés trônent au sommet du palmarès des plantes fourragères les plus cultivées au Québec. Philippe Séguin, chercheur au Département des sciences végétales de l’Université...