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Animals and Ribbon Weave Art

16Dec201213:00
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Family Discovery Workshop at Redpath Museum

Freaky Friday: Spring is not what it used to be

22Feb201305:00
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By Jonathan Davies (Biology, McGill) Followed by the 2008 Mockumentary film Sizzle: A Global

Freaky Friday: Conversations with rats

1Feb201305:00
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By Paul Clarke (Pharmacology and Therapeutics, McGill) Laboratory rats appear largely silent to us, but they are in fact s

Freaky Friday: Sasquatch and the unknown — wildmen as physical and cultural phenomena

11Jan201305:00
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By André Costopoulos,  Associate Dean (Student Affairs). Wildmen are known by many names around the world: Sasquatch, Orang Pendek, Bigfoot, Yeti, Yowie, Mistabau, and many others.

Freaky Friday: Supervolcanoes and the future

16Nov201205:00
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By John Stix (Earth and Planetary Sciences, McGill). Why and how do ordinary eruptions turn into global climati

Science on Stage:Anastasia and the Time Machine

2Dec201214:00
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Two short plays: Anastasia and the Time Machine Sunday, December 2 at 2 pm the first play is a comic romp and mash-up of history and science fiction.

Bronwyn Chester's Tree Dedication Ceremony

17Nov201214:00
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Saturday, November 17: Bronwyn Chester's Tree Dedication Ceremony Join us to remember Bronwyn Chester (1957-2012), who cherished McGill’s leafy legacy with heart, mind and soul.  This event will...

History of Women in Science and Medicine: Reflections on a Century

12Oct201214:00
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Presentation by Margaret Rossiter (Marie Underhill Noll Professor of the History of Science at Cornell University) with introduction by Elsbeth Heaman (Associate Professor, History and Classical...

Cutting Edge lecture in Science: Warm Bodies in Cold Places

18Oct201218:00

by Murray Humphries (Depart Natural Resource Sciences, Macdonald College).

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