Issue 8

Do #Vaccines work by magic or science?

With flu season around the corner, this talk features vaccine prevention expert Dr. Natasha S. Crowcroft. Come and learn how vaccines prevent diseases.

Date: Monday, October 31

Time: 4:00–5:00 pm 

Location: Medical Sciences Building

Room: 2170

Admission: Free

Hacklab Open House

Hacklab, a not-for-profit harbouring tech enthusiasts and DIY science projects, invites you to their open house every Tuesday starting November 1. Get a closer look at their laser cutter, 3D printer, labs, darkroom, and more! You can also bring your own projects to work on.

Date: Tuesdays

Time: 6:00–11:30 pm 

Location: 1266 Queen Street West  

Room: Suite 6

Admission: Free with registration

U of T AstroTour

The U of T astronomy and astrophysics department hosts a monthly public AstroTour on the first Thursday of the month. The planetarium shows will follow a brief presentation.

Date: Thursday, November 3

Talk time: 8:00–9:00 pm 

Planetarium showtimes: 9:15 pm, 9:30 pm, 9:45 pm, and 10:00 pm

Location: 50 St. George Street 

Room: Elevator lobby

Admission: Free with registration

MaRS EXCITE Info Session  

Have an idea for the next great innovation in health technology? MaRS EXCITE, a program aimed to help innovators evaluate their ideas in the health marketplace, is hosting an info session this week. Dr. Leslie Levin, Professor at the U of T Faculty of Medicine, and experienced strategy consultant Zayna Khayat will be speaking.

Date: Friday, November 4

Time: 12:00–1:30 pm 

Location: MaRS Discovery District

Room: Suite 100 

Admission: Free with registration

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