Research

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...

QJScience: Stand up!

Are you sitting as you’re reading this? If you are, stand up, take a lap around the room, and then get back to reading.

New research suggests that “sitting is the new smoking”, with...Continue...

QJScience: Musical Anhedonia

Music is a fundamental aspect of most peoples’ everyday lives. We listen to it at the gym, while doing homework and at every party we’ve ever been to. Who wouldn’t love music?

You might be...Continue...

Students develop research software

A Queen’s undergraduate student is playing her part in creating new software for
research scientists.Continue...

Medical students talk health

The School of Medicine will be opening its doors to the public for the new Queen’s Medicine Health Talks (QMHT) group.Continue...

University looks to acquire research funding

The University could receive a portion a $190-million research fund, set to attract scientists and create jobs over the next six years.Continue...

Hidden galaxy found far, far away

Queen’s professor Judith Irwin has discovered a new galaxy, which will help astronomers shed light on the nature of the mysterious celestial bodies.Continue...

Students take to Poland to promote policy

On Nov. 13, two Queen’s students are heading to Poland to make their mark in the Arctic.Continue...

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