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Bicentennial Mini-Science 2021

Bicentennial Mini-Science 2021

May 13, 2021: The future of space with Daryl Haggard

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Resetting for a just future: how will science shape human destiny?

Find out how leading McGill scientists can help us to rethink and reset for the future. It’s a crucial time so be part of the re-set for the future! The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted business as usual in ways that are still unfolding and we are still coming to understand. This monthly Bicentennial lecture series will be held online from 6 – 7 pm (Montreal time). Participants will be able to interact with speakers and take part in moderated discussion to develop shared ideas and visions for a just future, together.

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Mini-Science is brought to you with the generous support of the Trottier Family Foundation.

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Mini-Science has been certified a Virtual Sustainable Event by the McGill Office of Sustainability.

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. student at Trent University. You can follow her through her website at https://sandraklemetnguessan.wordpress.com/. 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.

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