The Office of Research Services provides a wide range of services to support researchers at Queen’s, including information on funding sources, research ethics review, workshops, and contract administration.
PARTEQ Innovations is the not-for-profit technology transfer office of Queen’s University. PARTEQ works with Queen’s researchers and the business and venture capital communities to bring the benefits of scientific discovery to the public, while returning proceeds from those activities to the researchers and the university.
PARTEQ has exclusive rights to all intellectual property owned by the university. For details about IP ownership at Queen's, members of the Queen’s University Faculty Association should consult Section 17 of the Collective Agreement available online at http://www.qufa.ca/. Faculty are also encouraged to consult A Guide to Protecting Intellectual Property, an online manual prepared by the Canadian University Intellectual Property Group.
Queen’s Library is a network of six campus libraries providing research and information services to the Queen’s community. The Library offers a range of services for faculty, including literature search support, collection development, access services and document delivery.
Liaison librarians work with faculty and instructors to provide course-related instructional sessions and programs, and to ensure that the library's collections support the curriculum needs of departments and faculties at Queen's.
The Library also offers a range of scholarly communications services, including information and support on copyright and intellectual property, open access, open journal publishing, and more.
The largest local repository for archival material relating to Kingston and the surrounding geographic area, Queen’s University Archives acquires, preserves, and makes available the historically and culturally significant records of the University, as well as private donations of material related to Canadian public affairs, business, art and literature. The Archives also provides a public reading room, research consultation services, research retrieval and reprographic services, and instructional sessions for students in the use of primary source material.