May 10, 2022: The adolescent brain with Cecilia Flores and Anna Weinberg
Mini-Science 2022: The Brain – Frontiers in Neuroscience
Exciting presentations by some of McGill's leading neuroscientists about the brain, the mind and the neuroscience of living as we now understand it. Find out how the brain and memory changes as we age, or how the bilingual brain functions, and how remarkably emotional our brains are.
- March 23, 2022: The brain and decision-making with Ross Otto and Mathieu Roy
- March 30, 2022: The brain and artificial intelligence with Doina Precup and Tim Kennedy
- April 6, 2022: Memory, models and philosophy of the brain with Ian Gold and Brendan Johns
- April 20, 2022: The brain and interpersonal relationships with Jennifer Bartz
- April 27, 2022: The brain, memory and cognitive aging with Véronique Bohbot and Oliver Hardt
- May 3, 2022: The bilingual brain with Debra Titone and Gigi Luk
- May 10, 2022: The adolescent brain with Cecilia Flores and Anna Weinberg
All talks are in English.
Mini-Science back catalogue
› 2021: Resetting for a just future
› 2019: Science and the Future!
› 2018: Women in Science at McGill and beyond
› 2016: Weather and Climate: Going to Extremes
› 2013: Science, Sex and Gender
About the logo
The Mini-Science logo was developed for the 2018 series on Women in Science at McGill (and beyond). This logo reflects the vision articulated in McGill’s Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Strategic Plan. It features a graphic representation of a real science student named Sandra Klemet-N'Guessan. In 2018, she was an undergrad studying Biology and Natural History. She went on to pursue a Ph.D. at Trent University. You can follow her through her website. Born to a French and Tunisian mother and an Ivorian father, Sandra has lived in various countries in Africa, as well as in Europe and North America. Sandra shared her experience as a cross-cultural kid and as a woman through the STEMM Diversity @ McGill initiative at the Redpath Museum.