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PHOTONICS Technology Seminar

Professor Willie Ng will be presenting a recent development in the application of photonics technology relating to microwave antenna systems and ultra-wide band signal processing.  

Monday, February 29

3:10–4:00 pm

Galbraith Building

35 St. George Street

Rm120

Admission: Free


BIOETHICS SEMINAR — Ebola treatment and prevention

The joint centre for bioethics seminar series presents Carl Coleman, Professor at the Seton Hall Law School will present about ethical debates revolving around the Ebola clinical trials and its future implications.

Wednesday, March 2

4:00–5:30 pm

Health Sciences Building

155 College Street

Rm106

Admission: Free


ASTRONOMY GOLDEN AGE: PLANETARIUM SHOWS IN AID OF SYRIAN REFUGEES

Take a journey back in time to the big bang and explore astronomical ideas of the Islamic golden age and discoveries. All proceeds from the event will be donate to the Red Cross Canada for the Syrian refugee crisis.

Thursday, March 4

7:00 pm, 8:00 pm, and 9:00 pm

Planetarium

50 St. George Street

Admission: $10


CANADIAN UNIVERSITY LIFE SCIENCES CHALLENGE (CULSC)

The Neuroscience Association of Undergraduate Students is hosting the sixth annual Canadian University Life Science Challenge. Students from all over Ontario and Quebec will participate in the trivia challenge with question categories from each of the life sciences.

Friday, March 4 – Sunday, March 6

5:00 pm

Wetmore Hall

21 Classic Avenue

Participation: $10 per individual, $40 per team

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