Research

Board of Trustees approves over $100 million in capital projects, conditionally

On July 14, the Queen’s Board of Trustees approved two major capital projects — totaling over $100 million — provided that the funding can be secured before their respective construction begins.Continue...

Queen’s sues Samsung

Queen’s and non-for-profit patent organization PARTEQ Innovations have filed a lawsuit against Samsung for using technology developed by a Queen’s professor without permission.Continue...

According to the research

You can’t have teaching without research and vice versa, according to John Smol.Continue...

Strike vote to be held

With post-doctoral fellows diving deep into research, the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) is urging them to take a step back and fight for the benefits they say they deserve.Continue...

Airline doesn’t have to transfer primates

The Canadian Transport Agency (CTA) recently ruled that Air Canada will have the right to refuse to transport research primates, effective Jan. 10.Continue...

Location for innovation

Testing facilities at Innovation Park are helping fumes from car paint generate power.Continue...

Digitizing dinosaurs

Researchers in the School of Computing are often at the forefront of new technology and innovation, but one group’s current project is downright prehistoric.Continue...

Queen's needs new funding

$42 million in provincial research grants will be abandoned over the next three years.Continue...

Budget concerns restrict research

Due to budget restrictions, the University hasn’t subscribed to every scholarly journal requested by faculty and students.Continue...

Campus Catch-Up: post-exam news

Queen’s retrofits for sustainability; Kingston Green candidate Robert Kiley named deputy party leader; OUSA releases joint report on campus sexual violence; new athletics space announced in IWC; research institute to be headquartered at Queen’sContinue...

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