A Dose of Science

Webcasts & Podcasts — From Home
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Bi-weekly web series from the McGill Office for Science and Society (OSS) covers a variety of science topics that are on everyone’s minds; myth-busting, science-in-the-news, stories of general interest, and COVID-19.

To access the webcasts, visit the McGill Office for Science and Society YouTube channel.

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