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Dr. Guy Rouleau and Dr. Alan Evans gave the Hon. Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science, a tour of the Big Brain lab at McGill's Montreal Neurological Institute during a visit on July 7. Vice-Principal (Research & Innovation) Rosie Goldstein joined them to discuss strategic initiatives with Minister Duncan. 

Join McGill's "Answer for Cancer" in raising funds and having fun in the lead-up to the CIBC Run for the Cure on October 2! Bi-weekly Wednesday after-work training runs have begun, and all are welcome to join! More information is available here

Margaret Atwood will be delivering the 2016 Beatty Memorial Lecture on October 27. The internationally acclaimed author and essayist will be lecturing on "The Critical Importance of the Humanities in an Age of Environmental Crisis." Event details can be found here

Prof. Alan C. Evans of the McGill Neurological Institute presents BigBrain, a 3D neuroimaging program developed at the MNI that will significantly benefit from a new collaboration with EMC Canada, a leader in data storage technology. 

The fourth annual edition of In Her Own Words took place on May 4, 2016, featuring a conversation between Prof. Antonia Maioni (Dept. of Political Science), Prof. Brigitte Kieffer (Dept. of Psychiatry) and Prof. Ghyslaine McClure (Dept. of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics). 

Prof. Isabelle Daunais of McGill's Département de langue et littérature françaises accepted the 2016 Killam Prize for the Humanities at Rideau Hall in Ottawa.  Prof. Daunais was honored for her research on the conceptualization of the Quebec novel.

Greg Fergus, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, announces $1.65 million in NSERC CREATE funding for McGill, one of 13 new workplace-oriented training projects funded by CREATE. 

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