Feb 08, 2022
Three Queen’s researchers have been granted funding through the Queen’s Technology Development Pilot Program.
WE-CAN client ARoots able to identify her pain points and create solutions through Compass North accelerator program
Jan 27, 2022
When the pandemic shut one door for Paulette Guelph, it opened another - allowing her to focus on and grow ARoots Natural Therapies.
Jan 25, 2022
Thanks to Wings, Joshua Balderson now sees himself as an entrepreneur – indeed, while still in the program he created a couple of sideline businesses using what Wings had taught him.
Jan 18, 2022
London Street had connected with QPI's Startup Runway Incubator in Fall 2020 and entered QPI’s Wings accelerator program for pre-revenue startups in May 2021.
Kwe-Biz Accelerator client, Horse Sense Equine Guidance helps people become better version of themselves
Jan 14, 2022
Indigenous woman entrepreneur Micky Colton launched her new business in 2017 with the help of her daughter, Erin.
Jan 13, 2022
Founded in Fall 2020, Ohanna AI was the product of Rezaei’s own experiences working in a company that created warehouse management system software.
Since completing QPI’s Wings program myLaminin continues to forge the links to success with blockchain
Jan 11, 2022
Perhaps because the myLaminin story features blockchain, chain-type metaphors about links and their strength come a little too easily when telling it. But they just work so well
Jan 05, 2022
With help from Queen's Partnerships and Innovation, Stratotegic is developing balloons as a novel, low-cost alternative to satellites.
Jan 04, 2022
Leah Riddell is an ASL instructor, sign language illustrator and the owner of Signable Vi5ion, a Kingston consulting agency specializing in inclusion communication practices in the workplace.
Dec 16, 2021
Zamia Media is a global social enterprise that provides communication strategies, marketing tools, courses, and one-on-one consultations to not-for-profit organizations and social environmental initiatives to increase their impact in the world.
From research to commercialization to a public offering: a rewarding journey for Queen’s researchers and Forward Water Technologies
Dec 15, 2021
The journey of the switchable water technology developed by a Queen’s University research team is now advancing its forward osmosis clean-water technology toward full commercialization.
Dec 09, 2021
Two Queen's recent engineering graduates founded their company as part of the Queen's Innovation Centre Summer Initiative program in 2019, with the goal, “to revolutionize the bra industry with our designs.”