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Cutting Edge Lecture in Science: Towards a reciprocal environmental governance

17Jan201918:00
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By Nicolas Kosoy (Associate Professor, Natural Resource Sciences, McGill).  We are in urgent need of an agreement novel in spirit and unheard of in our times, one that calls for the unity of all...

Cutting Edge Lecture in Science: Why we get old and die, and what to do about it

11Oct201818:00
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By Henry Olders (M.D. (Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, McGill). Drawing on his studies and experience as a geriatric psychiatrist and a computer systems engineer, Dr.

Freaky Friday: Weird things I know about dinosaurs and chickens

14Sep201812:00
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Freaky Friday is a lunch-time presentation during which McGill scientists and researchers examine the myths, realities and misconceptions surrounding science issues, concepts or phenomena.  In...

Freaky Friday: The wonderful world of Herpetology

16Nov201812:00
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Freaky Friday is a lunch-time presentation during which McGill scientists and researchers examine the myths, realities and misconceptions surrounding science issues, concepts or phenomena.  In...

Cutting Edge Lecture in Science: ‘With Sugar Please’

15Nov201818:00
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By Maryam Tabrizian  (Professor, Biomedical Engineering, Professor, Faculty of Dentistry, James McGill Professor, McGill and Associate Member, Sainte-Justine Hospital). Dr.

Watching energy flow in solids with ultrafast electron bursts

Published: 12Jun2018

The way individual atoms and molecules move in materials has important consequences on properties such as electrical conductivity, heat capacity and acoustics.  Even in solids, atoms are always...

Cutting Edge Lecture in Science: Cardiovascular disease and dementia: Why should I care?

18Apr201918:00
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By Edith Hamel (Professor, Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery, Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University)

Spring 2018 Convocation in pictures

Published: 11Jun2018

On June 5, 2018 over 550 Faculty of Education students proudly walked across the convocation stage under the big white tent on lower campus. 

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