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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...

Prof receives international research award for work in optical science

On Dec. 18, the University announced that Dr. Stephen Hughes, a physics professor at Queen’s, has received the Humboldt Research Award.Continue...

Queen’s students grab gold medal for synthetic biology research

The Queen’s Genetically Engineered Machine (QGEM) team won gold for their work in synthetic biology through research on infant hormone detection Oct. 28.Continue...

Electronic cigarette companies not responsible for youth consumption

E-cigarettes like Juuls pose health concerns, but their popularity shouldn’t penalize the companies that created them.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...

University releases new Strategic Research Plan

On Apr. 17, Senate will vote to approve a new Strategic Research Plan (SRP) put forward by the University on Mar. 26.Continue...

Liberals announce 25 per cent increase to research spending in 2018 budget

On Feb. 27, the federal Liberals revealed a 25 per cent increase to research spending in their 2018-19 budget. As a result, the Trudeau government has committed sizeable grants for health, science and the humanities over the next half decade.

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Queen’s students win gold medal for research in synthetic biology

The Queen’s Genetically Engineered Machine (QGEM)Team won a gold medal on Nov. 9 for their summer research project focused on developing synthetic biology to tackle arctic oil spills.Continue...

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