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Research Partnerships and Commercialization Workshop now accepting applications

Research Partnerships and Commercialization Workshop now accepting applications

KINGSTON, ONTARIO – SEPTEMBER 8, 2020 - Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation (QPI) has developed a new workshop for graduate students (including those in professional programs such as Law or Medicine), post-doctoral fellows, and faculty members conducting research in fields in which knowledge mobilization or commercialization of the research outcome is likely or who have a startup idea.

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WE-CAN Project at Queen’s University and Kingston Economic Development Corporation Announce First LEAD Program Cohort for Women Entrepreneurs

WE-CAN Project at Queen’s University and Kingston Economic Development Corporation Announce First LEAD Program Cohort for Women Entrepreneurs

From Queen’s University

News release

(September 1, 2020) Today, Queen’s University and Kingston Economic Development Corporation announced the names of the 21 women-led businesses that will make up the first cohort of the LEAD program.

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Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation’s new Growth Accelerator program helps startup ask the right questions

Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation’s new Growth Accelerator program helps startup ask the right questions

“As you go through different stages of growing a business from ideation to IPO,” says Tyler Whitney of Spectra Plasmonics, “there are different questions you need to be asking yourself and different details that you need to pay attention to.”

He’s explaining the decision that he and business partner Malcolm Eade made to enroll their company in the new Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation’s (QPI) Growth Accelerator program.

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Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation Growth Accelerator helps breathe life into a novel fitness idea

Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation Growth Accelerator helps breathe life into a novel fitness idea

Imagine joining a gym or a health club in the not-too-distant future and, immediately after sign up, you are given a test that provides you with an accurate baseline measurement of your fitness.  Then, periodically, you are tested again to measure progress.

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