Market-focused Research workshop series for health innovation researchers now accepting applications!
Oct 12, 2021
The Market-focused Research workshop series is designed to get participants thinking about the steps involved in the translation/commercialization of research at the beginning of a project.
Oct 07, 2021
Purpose-driven workshop teaches women researchers, engineers, scientists and innovators how to transform research and discoveries into successful products and companies
Sep 29, 2021
WE-CAN client Lisa Henderson M.A.A.T.O., CBCO is the President and Lead Designer at House of Three in Inverary, Ontario.
Sep 20, 2021
Queen’s and Ryerson are partnering to deliver “AIMday™: The Future of Livable Cities” on November 25th.
Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation’s patent agents help clients protect and benefit from their intellectual property
Sep 01, 2021
Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation’s (QPI) patent agents are helping Malcolm Eade’s company, Spectra Plasmonics, build a “defensive moat” around their unique drug detection technology.
Jul 27, 2021
Digital Technology Supercluster brings partners together to develop innovative technology to support wellbeing
Jul 22, 2021
PropelHER is the creation of Judith Pineault, a successful, Kingston-based entrepreneur who also works with QPI through its WE-CAN (Women Entrepreneurs Can program) where she acts a mentor for female entrepreneurs in the city and its surrounding area. This spring saw the launch o
Jul 12, 2021
PhD Mechanical Engineering candidate, Angelica Campigotto, is participating in the Lab2Market program this summer. Read more about her experience and technology.
Jun 16, 2021
Kingston's startup ecosystem ranked top ten in Canada and moves up three spots globally.
Jun 16, 2021
Queen’s researcher Christopher Mueller has developed a breast cancer detection test that provides real time response to chemotherapy and early detection of relapse.
Jun 11, 2021
Queen’s receives the Deshpande Symposium Award for The Entrepreneurial University for its curriculum innovation and student engagement.
Jun 04, 2021
Since launching 18 months ago, Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation’s WE-CAN Project has supported more than 800 women from underrepresented groups and sectors in achieving their entrepreneurial goals.