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WE-CAN client Signable Vi5ion aims to create culture of accessible communication in the workplace

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.

Zamia Media gains better vision for future of her company through WE-CAN programs

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.

Alucia Lingerie finds valuable network connections and increased productivity through Wings program

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.”

WE-CAN client Afiya Beauty providing handcrafted, nutrient-dense skincare across Canada

Dec 08, 2021

WE-CAN client Afiya Beauty is developing handcrafted, nutrient-dense skincare in Quinte West for cross-Canada distribution.

QPI’s Wings program answered so many questions that had been sticking points for PolitraQ

Dec 07, 2021

When an opportunity arose, Chris Moffatt Armes was able to draw on Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation to help him, particularly its Wings program.

Queen’s Bigdata Analytics and Management Lab helps online doctors help their patients

Dec 02, 2021

Your Doctors Online had a challenge. Farhana Zulkernine, Associate Professor and the Coordinator of the Cognitive Science program at the School of Computing at Queen's University, is helping them solve it.

Rapid Growth? Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation is helping Theia Markerless get ready

Nov 30, 2021

Queen's Partnerships and Innovation is helping Theia Markerless prepare for rapid growth

Queen’s collaborates on creating an accessible wellness app

Nov 24, 2021

Industry and academic partnership sees Queen’s join forces with industry giants such as lululemon and Microsoft on Wellbeing.ai project.

Queen’s professors develop therapy platform to help mental health professionals’ patients

Nov 24, 2021

Two Queen’s University professors have developed a tool that is proving to not only fill this gap but that can also improve access to care by allowing people to get mental health assistance on their own time, and in between appointments.

Nurenyx’s progress shows startups how to do it

Nov 12, 2021

Nurenyx aims to take the trial to the patient by “virtualizing most of” the research trial process.

Farhana Zulkernine’s Queen’s lab partners with MarkiTech to measure vital signs remotely

Oct 21, 2021

The Veyetals program allows for a quick scan of your face which will give the nurses your temperature, blood pressure, oxygen, and a host of other readings, saving time and minimizing the chances that health-care workers and other patients get infected.