The Walrus Talks Living Better (Toronto)

The adaptations and innovations that fuel life and resilience


The adaptations and innovations that fuel life and resilience.

Featuring:
  • Cherie Dimaline: bestselling author
  • B. Brett Finlay: microbiologist, University of British Columbia, co-director of CIFAR’s Humans & the Microbiome program
  • Damon Matthews: climate scientist, Concordia University
  • Kieran O’Donnell: developmental psychobiologist, McGill University, fellow in CIFAR’s Child & Brain Development program, CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar 2016-2018
  • Samantha Reusch: research and evaluations manager, Apathy is Boring
  • Devyani Saltzman: director of programming, Art Gallery of Ontario
  • Vlada Stamenkovic: earth & planetary scientist, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, fellow in CIFAR’s Earth 4D: Subsurface Science & Exploration program

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CIFAR is a Canadian-based, global charitable organization that convenes extraordinary minds to address science and humanity’s most important questions.


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