Research

Queen’s unveils new cardiopulmonary research facility

With $7.7 million provided by the provincial and federal governments, the University unveiled the new Queen’s CardioPulmonary Unit (QCPU) on Oct. 6.Continue...

Queen’s, University of Gondar and Mastercard Foundation celebrate partnership

While most go to the Agnes Etherington Art Centre to celebrate art, guests gathered there this Wednesday to celebrate the collaboration between Queen’s and the University of Gondar. Upon arriving, guests were met with the sound of bagpipes and the scent of fresh Ethiopian coffee.Continue...

School of Graduate Studies hosts second annual post-doctoral research showcase

The School of Graduate Studies held their second annual reception on Wednesday to showcase current post-doctoral research efforts from a diverse array of departments and scholars.Continue...

Fighting for transparency with Queen’s haemophiliac dog colony

In the basement of Botterell Hall, below the scattered study spaces and underground lecture halls, lie some of Queen’s more contentious research labs.Continue...

Two Queen’s researchers named to Royal Society of Canada College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists

Two Queen’s researchers, Katherine McKittrick and Karen Yeates, have been recognized by the Royal Society of Canada and elected to the College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists program.Continue...

New Dean of Arts and Science begins five-year term at Queen’s

Feminist scholar and multidisciplinary researcher Barbara Crow was appointed dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science in December 2016. Her term, which began in July, brings a fresh start for both herself and the faculty.Continue...

Queen's receives $14.8 million in research funding from NSERC

On September 8, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) announced its funding allotments for 2017, from which Queen’s received a cumulative $14,808,621 million for over 70 researchers.Continue...

News in Brief

Queen’s approves revisions to travel reimbursement and expense policy

Effective March 20, Queen’s has revised its policy around university-related business travel.

The existing Queen’s...Continue...

Queen's researchers to receive $4.5 million from Ontario government

On March 14, Queen’s physicist Ryan Martin received $250,000 to establish a world class facility for his neutrino research — but in the speeches from administrators and dignitaries, his former PhD supervisor Arthur McDonald was referenced even more than he was.Continue...

Two Queen’s students proclaimed finalists of NSERC video contest

Two Queen’s students will have the chance to showcase their academic research as they gear up to compete in the finals of the Science, action! video contest hosted by The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).Continue...

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