Research

Movember millions

A Queen’s research team has received a $1.7 million grant from the Movember Canada organization, spurring a
three-year research project that will examine substance use in first-year
male students.Continue...

Queen’s gets a “D” on global health report card

The Queen’s branch of Universities Allied for Essential Medicines (UAEM) gave Queen’s a “D” grade in a report released today for its failure to improve access to life-saving drugs in low-income areas.Continue...

PSAC ratifies collective agreement

Following 18 months of negotiations, the University ratified its collective agreement with PSAC Unit 2 yesterday.Continue...

PSAC provoked

The University has cancelled its last scheduled conciliation meeting with The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) — a move that is gearing post-doctoral fellows for a strike.Continue...

Shaping the future of smartphones

Queen’s University is now the home of a revolutionary innovation in
smartphone technology.Continue...

Cancer research impacted

Today’s economy is making it difficult for research initiatives to acquire funding.Continue...

Technology partner moves out

Worldwide metal company and Innovation Park leaseholder Novelis is moving its Research and Development operations out of Kingston ­­— a decision that could impact Queen’s Innovation Park.Continue...

Students accuse public agency of misconduct

An Ontario government agency was accused of academic misconduct last month after two Queen’s graduate students claimed a report they authored appeared on the agency’s website containing changes they hadn’t agreed to.Continue...

Donation would better serve HCDS

Bell Canada has pledged $1 million over the next five years to create a mental health and anti-stigma research chair at Queen’s.Continue...

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