Research

University receives $2.1 million for research

The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) awarded $2.1 million in research funding to 22 Queen’s researchers through the SSHRC Insight program.Continue...

Board of Trustees set to vote on $87.5 million Wellness Centre project

During the July 14 meeting of the Queen’s Board of Trustees, over $100 million in University funds will be discussed — and potentially approved — for major capital projects.Continue...

NSERC, shine the light on smaller universities

The pursuit of knowledge, not the pursuit of finances, should matter most to those with the power to grant research opportunities.Continue...

Altitude research brings Queen’s student to Mount Everest

For most students, a birthday means throwing a party or going out to a favorite restaurant. For Queen’s PhD candidate Jeremy Walsh, his 30 th birthday was spent watching the sun rise at the base...Continue...

Queen’s researchers lead study on young people’s health

Queen’s researchers have found a correlation between the health of young Canadians and relationships with family, school, peers and community.Continue...

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...

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