BY SPECIAL REQUEST - Endocrine Disruptors in our Environment
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  Mar 30, 2017
Dr. Joe Schwarcz

Dr. Schwarcz is Director of McGill University's Office for Science and Society. He is well known for his informative and entertaining public lectures on topics ranging from the chemistry of love to the science of aging.
Professor Schwarcz has received numerous awards for teaching chemistry and for interpreting science for the public and is the only non-American ever to win the American Chemical Society's prestigious Grady-Stack Award for demystifying chemistry.
He hosts "The Dr. Joe Show" on Montreal's CJAD and has appeared hundreds of times on The Discovery Channel, CTV, CBC, TV Ontario and Global Television. Dr. Schwarcz also writes a newspaper column entitled The Right Chemistry and has authored a number of books, Radar, Hula Hoops and Playful Pigs, The Genie in the Bottle, That's The Way The Cookie Crumbles, Dr. Joe And What You Didn't Know, The Fly In The Ointment, Let Them Eat Flax, An Apple A Day, Brain Fuel, Science, Sense and Nonsense, "Dr. Joe's Brain Sparks" and "Dr. Joe's Health Lab," all of which have made it on to the best seller list.
He is also an amateur conjurer and often spices up his presentations with a little magic. Dr. Schwarcz has been awarded the 2010 "Montreal Medal" which is the Canadian Chemical Institute's premier prize recognizing lifetime contributions to chemistry in Canada. In the spring of 2011 he was awarded an honorary doctorate from Cape Breton University. He also hold a previous honorary degree from Athabasca University.
In November of 2011 the McGill Office for Science and Society received the largest gift ever in Canadian history ($5.5 million) from philanthropist Lorne Trottier to further its work in promoting scientific education and critical thinking.

BY SPECIAL REQUEST - Endocrine Disruptors in our Environment
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