Monthly Archives: February 2010

Demilitarize McGill gets a furlough

By Peggy Curran, published 2010/02/09 in University City (Montreal Gazette) The campaign to Demilitarize McGill will live to fight another day. Or at least another month. McGill is citing a procedural glitch for postponing a vote at Wednesday’s Senate meeting

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Research policy still in flux

New policy is too vague on ethics, according to student representatives By Stephanie Law Published: Feb 11 in The McGill Daily The absence of restrictions on potentially harmful research in the new Regulations on Conduct of Research policy continued to raise

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Bombs on Campus

BY PATRICK LEJTENYI Published February 11, 2010 in The Montreal Mirror Campus peaceniks at McGill are preparing for war. The casus belli: weapons research done by the university’s scientists that will now be unrestricted by a 23-year regulation designed to

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McGill reconsiders restrictions on research tied to military

By Peggy Curran, Montreal Gazette – February 8, 2010 MONTREAL — Advances in medicine, behavioural psychology, pharmaceuticals, prosthetics. Computers, digital imaging, satellites in space and global positioning systems in cars. Poison gas, nuclear bombs, thermobaric weapons. The world lives, and

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Research policy still in flux

New policy is too vague on ethics, according to student representatives By Stephanie Law February 11, 2010, The McGill Daily The absence of restrictions on potentially harmful research in the new Regulations on Conduct of Research policy continued to raise

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Demilitarize McGill urges Senators to vote NO for proposed research policy

(Français plus bas) Students and community members are distressed by changes proposed in the Regulation on the Conduct of Research – a policy statement that governs the conduct of all research taking place at McGill. The policy up for approval

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