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"The mind can make a heaven of hell and a hell of heaven." (John Milton)MIND MATTERS: THE BODY-MIND CONNECTION is the theme of the the 2017 Trottier Public Science Symposium. The symposium will focus on the roles of both the body and mind when it comes to health....
Since its earliest days, vaccination has been attended by hesitation, resistance and controversy. Why did an innovation that promised to rid the world of the terrible scourge of smallpox inspire such enduring fear? When Jenner spearheaded the promotion of vaccination at the turn of the nineteenth century, he predicted the end of a disease that had taken 60 million lives in the eighteenth century alone....
Nouvelle exposition de photographies par Anne-Josée Laquerre: EN UNION AVEC LA NATURE - les Rocheuses canadiennes et la Forêt pluviale du Grand Ours.
Check out our new exhibits honouring EXPO:Expo 67 and minerals
andExpo 67 and animals IMAGE: Lion cub at the Ethiopian Pavilion. From the Bruno Paul Stenson Expo 67 Collection.
Bird Protection in Quebec started 100 years ago to prevent hunting on Mont Royal. Check out the display honouring the work of this group, and the renovations of the Quebec Biodiversity Exhibits.
With generous support from Bird Protection Quebec (BPQ).
Join us to explore the Canada C3 voyage on the giant floor map. We will walk you through the voyage and learn about points of interest such as polar ice movement, Arctic fish, northern plants and Canadian minerals. Bilingual. For all ages. Outside the museum (weather permitting) or in the 3rd floor gallery. FREE, no reservation necessary....
Many environmental documentaries recount the aftermath of a grave disaster. Great Lakes, Bad Lines is refreshingly different in this regard. The film concerns the inevitable erosion and malfunction of Enbridge Line 5, a Canadian-owned pipeline that stretches across over 500 miles and transports 23 million gallons of oil through much of Michigan's Great Lakes on a daily basis. The line was built over 60 years ago, and is in urgent need of repair....
The CRM will be hosting a conference titled "Gauge Theories, Monopolies, Moduli Spaces and Intregrable Systems" in honour of Professor Jacques Hurtubise's 60th birthday. It will be taking place August 21-25, 2017. Please find info provided in the following link.
The oil industry giant Chevron began operating in Ecuador's Amazon rain forest in 1964. Over the course of 30 years, this majestic environmental wonder became the victim of unregulated corporate abuse and greed. By the time the corporation vacated the area in 1992, their toxic footprint had brought about 1700 times more damage to the environment than the infamous Exxon Valdez oil spill in the United States. Empire Files host Abby Martin visits the scene of the crime in Chevron vs....
Graduate Orientation Graduate Student Orientation Session - FALL 2017 Thursday, August 31, 2017 @ 10:00 am
General Meeting / Orientation Session
The Orientation Session for new graduate students and the General Meeting of all graduate students will take place on Thursday, August 31, 2017 in Burnside Hall, Room 1024-1025 (Lounge).
Narwhal Discoveries on Ice: Innovative Research Cracked Open
By Martin Nweeia...
Innovative Research Cracked Open
IMAGE: Gorgosaurus at Redpath Museum.NEW! Two sessions every Sunday:
11h30 – 12h30 in English
13h – 14h in French
All Discovery Workshops include a hands-on craft.
COST: $8.00/child or $25 for 4 workshops with advance registration before October 1st....
Presented by: Virginie Millien (Redpath Museum, McGill University).