The taping of the first annual Killam Symposium took place at Rideau Hall on Tuesday, Nov. 20, in collaboration with the CBC, the Canada Council for the Arts and Rideau Hall. The discussion will be broadcast on CBC Radio One’s Ideas program with Paul Kennedy on Friday, Nov. 30, at 9 p.m. The discussion panel was comprised of four of the five 2012 Canada Council Killam Prize winners, including Dr. Mark A. Wainberg, Director of the McGill AIDS Centre and head of the HIV/AIDS research axis at the Lady Davis Institute, speaking on the topic of idea creation and discovery. The Prize Laureates are award winners in the fields of engineering, international economics, philosophy, superconductivity and AIDS research. See the Ideas program schedule here.