biology

Oil sands pollution confirmed

A Queen’s biology professor is gaining international attention for his work on a study that proves the contaminating effects of Alberta’s oil sands.Continue...

Dancing in the lab

Dance and biology are unlikely partners, but one student is hoping the combination will give his group an edge at an annual science competition.Continue...

Leaves and lamps

Day-to-day functions of BioSci's roof-top greenhouse facilities.Continue...

Queen's expands property north of Kingston

Queen's University Biological Station expands its 3,000 hectare property on Lake Opinicon to include another plot of land nearby.Continue...

Board of Trustees set to vote on $87.5 million Wellness Centre project

During the July 14 meeting of the Queen’s Board of Trustees, over $100 million in University funds will be discussed — and potentially approved — for major capital projects.Continue...

QJScience: Preserving the horseshoe crab

A recent trip to Ripley’s Aquarium in Toronto gave me the opportunity to learn about some amazing marine and freshwater animals. I was able to touch creatures, bringing on some nostalgia from my...Continue...

QJScience: Experimental Lakes Area stays open

The Experimental Lakes Area (ELA), a unique research site in Northwestern Ontario consisting of 58 freshwater lakes, will remain open despie recent questions about its future.

Its federal...Continue...