Wings participant WEMA aims to provide early detection of cervical cancer to those in remote communities

Jan 26, 2023

Wing's participant WEMA hopes to improve cervical cancer screening access for people who live in remote areas, both in Canada and abroad.

Mesh AI’s steady growth moving towards success as leader in “intelligent and collaborative” healthcare staff scheduling

Jan 16, 2023

Mesh AI is different from other deep-tech healthcare software companies - both in technology and business model.

Innovative research from three Queen’s researchers promises to make breast cancer surgery safer and less intrusive

Jan 13, 2023

Navi-Knife, an exciting surgical tool created at Queen’s University by Professors, is making a favourable impression in the OR.

Wings graduate LenSense aims to improve diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma patients

Dec 15, 2022

A new method developed from Professor Yongjun Lai’s lab at Queen’s University is proving to be more effective in diagnosing glaucoma than current methods.

Compass North participant Fictionary lands investment opportunity

Dec 07, 2022

Kristina Stanley is the founder of Fictionary, a technology company that develops software which helps writers visualize their story arc by analyzing key story elements with AI and gauging how their manuscript compares to fundamental storytelling.

Tradvo is changing how people do business online

Dec 06, 2022

Founded by two former Queen’s PhD students, Tradvo is poised to go big helping small businesses flourish online, thanks in no small part to its support from Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation.

Kingston-Syracuse Pathway revives partnership and cross-border collaborations

Nov 30, 2022

Renewed Kingston-Syracuse Pathway collaboration will help facilitate market entry into the U.S. or Canada through soft-landings initiative.

Industry, Academia and Investment

Nov 24, 2022

Most recently, Queen’s took part in the first-ever Hub350 Annual Partner Summit in Kanata, which brought together industry, financial and academic partners to celebrate and strengthen existing collaborations and build new connections

Wings graduate Nephron.Health looking to help kidney disease patients

Nov 15, 2022

For Nephron.Health, the business is more than just a passion project – the team is living the experiences themselves.

mDETECT getting ready to commercialize important cancer detection method

Nov 10, 2022

A Queen’s research discovery has the potential to become a game-changer for breast cancer diagnosis and treatment.

Queen’s Professor Stephen Archer's technology has multiple treatment applications

Nov 08, 2022

Professor Stephen Archer and his colleagues, Dr. Danchen Wu and Dr. Michael Wells, have developed an enzyme inhibitor and early research suggests that it may be very effective in fighting cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, pulmonary hypertension.

Using Queen's-developed technology, the future looks bright for QSBRI

Nov 07, 2022

QSBRI's journey demonstrates the long-lasting, social, economic, and international impact of Queen’s research and collaborations with industry.