Research / Impact Profiles

Conversations Confronting COVID-19 Virtual Event Series

Since the global pandemic hit in winter 2020, Canadians and global citizens have been confronted with a myriad of questions — from how to understand and treat the virus to how to cope with life in

Queen's Code Life Ventilator Challenge entry
The team's device is comprised of easily-sourced components.

Racing for Air

Multi-disciplinary team designs and builds life-sustaining ventilator in only 14 days.

Man wiping his nose
With COVID-19, allergy sufferers have some new concerns to deal with. (Unsplash/Brittany Collette)

Allergy Season Concerns During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Queen's allergy researcher Anne Ellis, Meds’99, explains the best way to deal with springtime allergies.

Stephanie Dickey, Professor of Art History
Stephanie Dickey, Bader Chair in Northern Baroque Art.

Going for Baroque

Late philanthropist Alfred Bader’s passion for the artistic style has helped Queen’s experts to thrive.

Heather Stuart

Working to Improve Canada's Mental Health

Heather Stuart, the Bell Canada Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Chair at Queen’s, has increased her focus on connecting people with resources.

Nobel Laureates Share Their Thoughts on Research Success

Nobel Prize Inspiration Initiative excites sold-out audience at Queen’s University.

The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport
The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, announces more than $35 million in funding. (Photos courtesy University Communications)

Supporting the Future of Research

Federal Minister Kirsty Duncan visits Queen’s to make major national funding announcement in support of graduate and post-doctoral research.

a group of researchers in a lab
Artist Owen Fernley, Sc'01, participated in a residency at the lab of Kevin Mumford, a professor in the Department of Civil Engineering and a researcher affiliated with the Beaty Water Research Centre. From left: Matan Freedman, Owen Fernley, Nick Pease, Kevin Mumford, Caroline Wisheart, and Cole Van De Ven. (Supplied Photo)

Bridging the Gap Between Science and Art

A lab affiliated with the Beaty Water Research Centre participated in a creative collaboration with Art the Science.

A Minute in History

Queen's University professor and alumnus Steven Maynard, MA'87, consults on first-ever LGBTQ Heritage Minute.

Heather Stuart & Mike Young Interview
Dr. Heather Stuart, Queen's Professor & Bell Canada Mental Health & Anti-Stigma Research Chair speaking with Mike Young, Artsci'16

Stop the Stigma: Q&A with Bell Mental Health Research Chair Dr. Heather Stuart

In honour of Bell Let's Talk Day, former rector Mike Young, Artsci'16 sat down for a Q&A with Dr. Heather Stuart, Bell Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Research Chair. Watch Dr. Stuart share her 5 tips to learn how you can help. 

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