Research

Queen’s researcher creates platform to support LGBTQ2+ cancer patients

A researcher at Queen’s is part of the team working to support LGBTQ2+ cancer patients.Continue...

What does your day look like? The Canadian 24-hour Movement Guidelines for Adults have some suggestions

“Move more, sit less, sleep well”—this is the mantra of the newly released Canadian 24-hour Movement Guidelines for Adults. The advice is particularly important during the pandemic, when staying healthy has become even more of a priority.Continue...

Queen’s student wins scholarship to continue heart research

Queen’s student Dr. Ruaa Al-Qazazi won the PHA Canada Mohammed Family PH Research Scholarship of $10,000 in June.Continue...

Queen’s announces internal funding for COVID-19 research

Queen’s is pledging an investment of $200,000 into an internal grant competition to fund new COVID-19 research.Continue...

US blacklists Chinese tech company funding research at Queen's

Citing human rights abuses, the United States placed iFlyTek, a Chinese technology company currently funding research at Queen’s, on its trading blacklist on Oct. 7, halting the company’s work with American firms.Continue...

Queen’s secures $1 million for research

On Wednesday, the University announced it had been granted over $1 million in research funding.Continue...

Student start-ups: Research Stream bridges gap between researchers and participants

Student entrepreneurs Luc Pelletier, Kin ’19, and Brooke Resendes, CompSci ’19, want to pave the way for medical advances vital for the future of healthcare.Continue...

News in Brief

Queen’s will continue research relations with Chinses telecom giant, Huawei, despite US criminal charges being laid against the company.Continue...

Ottawa pledges almost $5 million to Queen’s researchers

Queen’s will receive nearly $5 million for research as part of a nation-wide, $141 million investment.Continue...

Queen’s researchers find possible cancer treatment update off Japanese coast

On the other side of the planet, two Queen’s researchers found a toxin that could improve the treatment of aggressive cancers off the coast of Japan.Continue...

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