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STEM Outreach

MOVED TO JUNE 11 AT 16:30 Presenting Science Online 2: for grad students in the Faculty of Science

11Jun202016:30
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Presenting Science Online is designed to help graduate students in the Faculty of Science communicate their research to a variety of audiences online./scienceCategory: Faculty of Science

For McGill families: Fun with Physics — Sink or Float?

2Jun202013:00
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Join student volunteers Alice Curtin and Sabrina Berger from the Physics Matters outreach group as they explore whether some common objects sink or float, and why./scienceCategory: Faculty of Science

Life as a Theoretical Physicist

2Jun202019:00
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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work as a theoretical physicist? Join us to hear four expert panelists chat about their work and lives as theoretical physicists./scienceCategory:...

Presenting Science Online 3: for grad students in the Faculty of Science

17Jun202016:00

Presenting Science Online is designed to help graduate students in the Faculty of Science communicate their research to a variety of audiences online./scienceCategory: Faculty of Science

Presenting Science Online: for grad students in the Faculty of Science

3Jun202016:00

Presenting Science Online is designed to help graduate students in the Faculty of Science communicate their research to a variety of audiences online./scienceCategory: Faculty of Science

CANCELLED – Mini-Science public talk: The brain and decision-making

23Apr202018:00
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20:00

Ross Otto (Dept. of Psychology) and Mathieu Roy (Dept. of Psychology and Institut Universitaire de Gériatrie de Montréal)

CANCELLED – Mini-Science public talk: The adolescent brain

9Apr202018:00
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20:00

Cecilia Flores (Dept. of Psychiatry, Dept. of Neurology & Neurosurgery, Douglas Research Centre) and Anna Weinberg (Dept. of Psychology)

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