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World Bee Day

The Buzz on Bees: A Q&A session with YorkU's top bee experts on World Bee Day

BeeCon 2020 (virtual)

BeeCon 2020 (virtual)

Southern Ontario Bee Researchers' Symposium - Oct 16, 2020! Dr. Quinn McFrederick from the University of California, Riverside is joining us as this year's keynote speaker and will be discussing "Leveraging Symbionts to Protect Wild and Managed Pollinators"

Miijim: Food as Relations

Miijim: Food as Relations

About the Series Miijim: Food as Relations is a series of conversations presenting Indigenous, Black and People of Colour food scholars, growers, artists and advocates who will gather virtually across Canada. The series will discuss the interconnections between art, earthwork, cultivation and harvesting experiences that decenter colonial frameworks, while thinking through labour and power relations […]

Finding Flowers: Examining Intersections of Art, Ecology and Pedagogy

Finding Flowers: Examining Intersections of Art, Ecology and Pedagogy

About this Seminar: Inspired by the late Mi’kmaq artist Mike MacDonald, the Finding Flowers project aims to build connections and knowledge about people, land and wildlife by bridging art and science. The loss of pollinators and native landscapes threatens the sustainability of natural ecosystems and the people connected to these natural processes. By focusing on […]

From Cells to Societies: Interorgan Communication and the Developmental Evolution of Complex Phenotypes in Ants

From Cells to Societies: Interorgan Communication and the Developmental Evolution of Complex Phenotypes in Ants

Dr. Rajendhran Rajakumar, University of Ottawa - hosted by Dr. Amro Zayed The Department of Biology’s Seminar Series will feature a diverse group of national and international scientists in the fields of Cell and Molecular Biology, Physiology, and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Find the link at: https://biology.yorku.ca/seminar-series/

Miijim: Food as Relations

Miijim: Food as Relations

About the Series Miijim: Food as Relations is a series of conversations presenting Indigenous, Black and People of Colour food scholars, growers, artists and advocates who will gather virtually across Canada. The series will discuss the interconnections between art, earthwork, cultivation and harvesting experiences that decenter colonial frameworks, while thinking through labour and power relations […]

Miijim: Food as Relations

Miijim: Food as Relations

About the Series Miijim: Food as Relations is a series of conversations presenting Indigenous, Black and People of Colour food scholars, growers, artists and advocates who will gather virtually across Canada. The series will discuss the interconnections between art, earthwork, cultivation and harvesting experiences that decenter colonial frameworks, while thinking through labour and power relations […]

Neurobiology of Lipid Signaling in the Developing Brain: Link to Autism Spectrum Disorders

Neurobiology of Lipid Signaling in the Developing Brain: Link to Autism Spectrum Disorders

Dr. Dorota Crawford, York University - hosted by Dr. Jean-Paul Paluzzi and Dr. Amro Zayed The Department of Biology’s Seminar Series will feature a diverse group of national and international scientists in the fields of Cell and Molecular Biology, Physiology, and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Find the link at: https://biology.yorku.ca/seminar-series/