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The Mossman Lecture: A History

A scientific mind Raising awareness about scientific thought was a passion of Dr. Donald Mossman’s. He was a chemist and McGill University alumni who continues to impact students and researchers with a Library collection and a lecture series, both named

Mossman Lecture: A History

Every year the Library organizes a series of lectures on a broad range of topics. The Mossman Lecture is named after Dr. Donald Mossman, a research chemist and McGill alumnus, who was actively involved in collection development.  The Mossman Collection

Mossman Lecture: You Are What You Eat, Historical Changes in Ideas about Food and Identity

Date: Thursday, October 3 at 6pm Location: Tanna Schulich Hall, 555 Sherbrooke Street West The Mossman Endowment presents the D Lorne Gales Lecture in the History of Science featuring guest lecturer Steven Shapin, Franklin L. Ford Professor, History of Science,

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