5 Top things I’m looking forward to this semester at McGill

1. Trying all the cafeterias on the Downtown Campus Options are not lacking in terms of food availability on our downtown campus. In addition of being affordable, the variety of food will definitely meet the diverse tastes of the McGillian community. So far, I’ve enjoyed Subway in the arts building, Tim Hortons near the Redpath… Read More 5 Top things I’m looking forward to this semester at McGill

Gradschool: Supervisors Theorem 101

Differing extensively from one other, classification of supervisors has remained a tedious task for most graduate students. Though some fictitious categories have been discussed in this article, your contribution to complete the list is more than welcome. The types are as follows: 1. Dr. Perfect – Neither too much, nor too little Supervisors categorized as… Read More Gradschool: Supervisors Theorem 101

Reading Susan Wiggs’s books – No Bookmark required

The art of reading has always been my grand passion and varies from magazines, scientific papers, encyclopaedia and blogs to books (mystery, adventure, romance…). Over the years, I’ve developed a distinctive taste for a few authors, whose work I read religiously. After a hard fruitful day in the lab, or during insurmountable difficulties with lab… Read More Reading Susan Wiggs’s books – No Bookmark required

Will Canadian Hybrid Pearl Millet be the new golden standard?

Being highly digestible with low anti-nutritive factors, it is not surprising that corn is known as the golden feed in the animal industry. However, since the new era of the corn-ethanol industry for biofuel production and increasing human population, divergence of corn to these users has been proliferating. The fear of animal nutritionists that corn… Read More Will Canadian Hybrid Pearl Millet be the new golden standard?

Cat Miracles: Can our misconceptions be unclouded?

While 7000 years ago, cats were worshipped and believed to be signs of fertility and protection, in the medieval times they were labelled as creatures of doom, bad luck, evilness and associated with black magic. These contrasting phases of history still loom over us today and deeply influence our conceptions of cats as suitable pets.… Read More Cat Miracles: Can our misconceptions be unclouded?