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HATCHERY CIRCLE – BASMA HAMEED

The U of T Hatchery features Toronto entrepreneur Basma Hameed, founder of scar camouflage and paramedical micro-pigment implantation clinic Basma Hameed Clinic.

Monday, February 22nd

5:00–7:00 pm

Ramsay Wright,

25 Harbord St.

Rm117

Admission: Free with registration


ENGINEERING WORLD HEALTH 2016 SYMPOSIUM

The EWH’s annual full day symposium aims to expose global health initiatives in developing countries via engineering and interdisciplinary approach. It will feature talks, panel discussions and poster sessions exploring global health initiatives via engineering solutions.

Monday, February 22nd

8:45am–5:30pm

New College

45 Willcocks St.

Room: William Doo Auditorium


ASX STAR TALK: THE WORLD RECORDS OF THE UNIVERSE

Professor Bryan Gaensler, the director of the Dunlap Institute, will answer all your space-related trivia questions. What’s the coldest place in space? What is the fastest object in the Universe? What is the biggest object we’ve ever seen in space, and the smallest? How strong and weak does gravity get? And many more.

Thursday, February 25th

Starts at 8:00pm

MP 134

255 Huron Street


ENGINEERING WORLD HEALTH 2016 IDEATHON

An opportunity for students to work together in group of interdisciplinary teams and come up with applicable ideas to tackle global health issues.

Sunday, February 28th

9:00am–8:30pm

Rosebrugh Building,

164 College St.

Rm412

Admission:  Registration required (deadline: February 22nd)

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