Faculty of Science

3Mar201819:00
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4Mar2018
VISITE À LA LAMPE DE POCHE au Musée Redpath.  Pour tous.
FLASHLIGHT TOURS of the Redpath Museum.   All ages welcome.
 

Cost: Adults $4, seniors/students/children $2. Maximum $10 per family

Tours / Visites à : 19h, 20h, 21h, 22h, 23h, et minuit
Duration / Durée : ≈ 40 min. chaque visite /each visit

Where / Lieu :         Musée  Redpath  Museum

Université McGill, 859 rue Sherbrooke ouest  Metro: McGill       Bus: 24

Classified as: Public Outreach
3Mar201819:00
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4Mar201801:00

Eng: Come one, come all! The Chemistry Outreach group is mixing up chemistry and circus in a series of spectacular demonstrations. And, unlike typical magic shows, these magicians will be thrilled to reveal all their tricks! Shows at 7 p.m. (En), 8:30 p.m. (Fr), 10 p.m. (En) and 11:30 p.m. (Fr).

7Mar201810:00
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11:15

Do you love getting outside to play and to explore nature? We do, too! Come and learn about the Canadian Wildlife Federation's Wild Family Nature Club program and how you can start up your own club and receive a Canadian Wildlife Federation backpack full of activity cards and gear. All for free! 

Join us at the Redpath Museum (room 106) for a short intro inside and then an hour of March Break scavenger hunt fun outside. Ages: 5-8. Please note: parents and children join in the fun together.

Classified as: nature, March break, out and about
5Mar201811:00
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9Mar201814:00

MARCH BREAK SCIENCE FUN

Each day between 11h-14h. In the galleries.  

March 5:          DINO ZONE: Learn about the dinosaurs and fold an origami dino. 

March 6:          VOLCANO ZONE: Learn about volcanic rocks and eruptions.

March 7:          CLIMATE ZONE: Learn about the Canadian Arctic and how climate change is affecting wildlife.

March 8:          MUMMY ZONE: Learn how to read hieroglyphics and write your own name.

March 9:          ROMAN ZONE: Learn about the culture and life of ancient Rome.  

 

Classified as: Public Outreach, out and about
19Mar201813:00
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16:00

Speakers

Steven Goodman, Professor of Medicine and co-founder and co-director of the Meta-Research Innovation Center at Stanford (METRICS)
Richard Harris, Science Correspondent, National Public Radio
Philippe Ravaud, Professor of Epidemiology, Paris Descartes University

Description

Classified as: science, skepticism, Research, fact
20Mar2018
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22Mar2018

MARCH 20
 

10:00 am - 11:00 am, Macdonald Campus, Faculty Lounge, MS Bldg.
Green Careers Week - Graduate Studies in the Environment (seminar) [MAC]

Classified as: green careers, Sustainability, networking, professionals on campus
26Mar201820:00
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21:30

Join the McGill Office for Science and Society for a special screening and panel discussion of "Science Moms", a documentary film that gives a voice to the science-minded moms - moms who are too often drowned out by the fear mongers, the shamers, and of course, the CelebMoms!

28Mar201813:00
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15:00

A special event organized by CaPS and SUS to build awareness of science career options.  This in an excellent opportunity for all science students to meet and listen to professionals from various industries, working in non research roles.

Career Stories from:

Raminder Gill
Project Leader
The Boston Consulting Group (BCG)

Alain Lormil
Product Manager
Breather

(more speakers to come.........)

Meet and Greet

Classified as: science career day
28Feb201809:00
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18Apr201809:00

Register now for Mini-Science!

This year's Mini-Science presents a unique seven-week public lecture series featuring some of McGill’s outstanding women biologists, chemists, geographers, geologists, and even a historian of science! 2018 allows us to focus on how women scientists have worked with and for science at the University since the first class of six women were taught in 1884.

Classified as: mini science, science, women in science
28Feb201818:00
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18Apr201819:30

Registration is now open for this year's unique seven-week public lecture series featuring some of McGill’s outstanding women biologists, chemists, geographers, geologists, and even a historian of science!

Find out how women scientists have worked with and for science at the University since the first class of six women were taught in 1884.

ONLY $7.00 CAD for ALL students (for the series of 7 presentations).  Advance online registration here.

Classified as: Public talks
27May201810:00
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16:00

Join us to celebrate all the wonders of Montreal's Museums.

You can make a fossil replica, visit the dinosaurs or check out the Mummies. All for FREE. 

​No reservation necessary. Everyone welcome.

4Aug201713:30
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4Aug201813:30

Check out our new exhibits honouring EXPO:

Expo 67 and minerals

and

Expo 67 and animals

IMAGE: Lion cub at the Ethiopian Pavilion. From the Bruno Paul Stenson Expo 67 Collection.