Research

Queen’s professor awarded $4 million green energy grant

A renewable energy research project headed by Queen’s researcher Gregory Jerkiewicz has received a $4-million Discovery Frontiers Project grant to develop clean energy technology.Continue...

Queen’s goes nuclear

Queen’s has flipped the “on” switch for its newest laboratory, with hopes to create unprecedented opportunities in nuclear research for both undergraduate and graduate students.Continue...

In the Andes, new evidence of climate change

Queen’s scientists published a study earlier this month that shows new evidence of climate change in tropical Andean lakes.Continue...

In the cancer trenches

With a new clinical trial for lung cancer patients set to begin and four separate grants received by cancer researchers, Queen’s is looking to improve the outlook for cancer patients.Continue...

Walking the talk

A recent study from Queen’s professor Nikolaus Troje aims to contribute to the treatment of depression by manipulating mood through movement.Continue...

Shining light on dark matter

The University has received its first Canada Excellence Research Chair (CERC) holder, with Dr. Gilles Gerbier becoming the CERC in Particle Astrophysics.Continue...

Walk for leukemia and lymphoma research raises more than $7,000

After almost three years of treatment, including about 50 overnight admissions and 150 day visits to Kingston General Hospital, five-year-old Aly Davis is currently cancer-free.Continue...

Queen's professors, alumni recognized for contributions to research

Professor James Low has been named a member of the Order of Canada for his contributions as an academic and as the founder of the Museum of Health Care.Continue...

Research assistants move closer to unionizing

The formation of a union of graduate student research assistants (RAs) at Queen’s is moving slower than expected.Continue...

RAs seek union protection

After two and a half years of deliberation, Queen’s research assistants (RAs) have put forward an application to unionize with the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) 901.Continue...

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