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Web Series: "A Dose of Science"

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This bi-weekly web series from the McGill Office for Science and Society (OSS) covers a variety of science topics that are on everyone's minds. Myth-busting, science-in-the-news, stories of general interest, and of course a little bit COVID-19, the OSS team has their pulse on what's happening in science and breaks it all down for you to walk away informed and entertained. 

Episodes drop every other Thursday at 12pm ET. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and set a reminder.

From Armstrong to Bezos

On July 20, 2021, Jeff Bezos and three other “space tourists” rode a Blue Origin rocket to the edge of space and were thrilled to experience a few minutes of weightlessness before safely landing back on Earth just eleven minutes after launch. Bezos selected the date to commemorate the 52nd anniversary of man’s first landing on the moon. It seems an appropriate time to recall that epic moment.


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Features, your questions answered, videos, and some "did you knows" for those dinner table conversations.


Who We Are

The OSS aims to demystify science for the public, foster critical thinking, and separate sense from nonsense on the scientific stage..


"The Right Chemistry" Videos

Trending topics or historical science, Dr. Joe's got a video about it.



Trottier Public Science Symposium

This Symposium encourages the public to look at the evidence and think critically about scientific topics.

"The Dr. Joe Show" Podcast

Listen and download The Dr. Joe Show! New episodes updated weekly.

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