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Insight on excellence in research

  • Prizes for Excellence in Research recipients, from left, Guojun Liu (Chemistry), Jacalyn Duffin (History of Medicine), Mark Diederichs (Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering) and Anne Croy (Biomedical and Molecular Sciences), listen as Principal Daniel Woolf speaks at the beginning of the public lecture event.
    Prizes for Excellence in Research recipients, from left, Guojun Liu (Chemistry), Jacalyn Duffin (History of Medicine), Mark Diederichs (Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering) and Anne Croy (Biomedical and Molecular Sciences), listen as Principal Daniel Woolf speaks at the beginning of the public lecture event.
  • Mark Diederichs (Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering) answers a question as Steven Liss, Vice-Principal (Research) and Anne Croy (Biomedical and Molecular Sciences) look on.
    Mark Diederichs (Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering) answers a question as Steven Liss, Vice-Principal (Research) and Anne Croy (Biomedical and Molecular Sciences) look on.
  • Prizes for Excellence in Research recipient Jacalyn Duffin (History of Medicine) speaks with attendees ahead of the public lecture held at Queen’s University’s School of Medicine on Monday, April 11.
    Prizes for Excellence in Research recipient Jacalyn Duffin (History of Medicine) speaks with attendees ahead of the public lecture held at Queen’s University’s School of Medicine on Monday, April 11.
  • Mark Diederichs (Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering) makes his presentation ‘Deep Tunnelling: Challenges, Risks, and Rewards’ during the Prizes for Excellence in Research Public Lectures, Monday at the School of Medicine.
    Mark Diederichs (Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering) makes his presentation ‘Deep Tunnelling: Challenges, Risks, and Rewards’ during the Prizes for Excellence in Research Public Lectures, Monday at the School of Medicine.
  • Guojun Liu (Chemistry) discusses his research in ‘Nanostructured Polymer Materials for Applications’ during the Prizes for Excellence in Research Public Lectures on Monday evening at the School of Medicine.
    Guojun Liu (Chemistry) discusses his research in ‘Nanostructured Polymer Materials for Applications’ during the Prizes for Excellence in Research Public Lectures on Monday evening at the School of Medicine.
  • Anne Croy (Biomedical and Molecular Sciences) wraps up her presentation ‘Pre-eclamptic Pregnancy: An Immunological Puzzle with Postpartum Impacts’ during the Prizes for Excellence in Research Public Lectures on Monday evening at the School of Medicine.
    Anne Croy (Biomedical and Molecular Sciences) wraps up her presentation ‘Pre-eclamptic Pregnancy: An Immunological Puzzle with Postpartum Impacts’ during the Prizes for Excellence in Research Public Lectures on Monday evening at the School of Medicine.

There is a wide range of fascinating and cutting-edge research taking place at Queen’s University and on Monday evening members of the Queen’s and Kingston communities heard from four leaders in their respective fields at the annual Prizes for Excellence in Research Public Lectures.

A full crowd of close to 150 people filled the School of Medicine lecture theatre to hear from Anne Croy (Biomedical and Molecular Sciences), Mark Diederichs (Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering), Jacalyn Duffin (History of Medicine), and Guojun Liu (Chemistry), regarding their ongoing research.

For more information on the Prizes for Excellence in Research, please visit the website.