1) Stem cell therapy – a form of treatment made possible by the 1953 discovery of stem cells by McGill researchers – was recently used to treat what hockey legend?
2) What is the name of the famous World War One poem written by Dr. John McCrae, physician, poet and McGill professor?
3) The world’s first commercial rooftop greenhouse is located in what Canadian city?
4) In what decade of the 20th Century was “Green Chemistry” born?
Here are a few trivia questions to test your wits. The answers can be found in this newsletter. Take a moment to respond, and then check the answers page to see how you did.
1) What is the name of the McGill Bird Mascot shown here?
2) Where does the “nano” in nanoscience come from?
3) The atmosphere is vitally important to climate. What is the other major factor?
4) Males process pain differently than females – true or false?