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[Graduate student dispensing hand sanitizer]
June 1, 2020

Queen’s University researchers and industry partners have mobilized to formulate hand sanitizer for Kingston hospitals.

[Man performing a push-up indoors]
June 1, 2020

Queen’s researcher Brendon Gurd has developed an exercise protocol that requires no equipment, can be completed anywhere, and helps improve muscle endurance in under five minutes a day.

[Chart depicting epidemic trends for Ontario]
June 1, 2020

Queen’s University researcher Troy Day is helping Ontario develop models to predict the future of the virus in the province.

[Art McDonald]
May 4, 2020

A team of Canadian physicists, led by Queen’s Nobel Laureate Art McDonald, is part of an international effort to design a ventilator to help in the treatment of COVID-19.

January 25, 2022

What can human and natural environments tell us about black liberation struggles? This research program will analyze the interdisciplinary contours of Black Studies and the emergence of geographic, ecological, and aesthetic themes in this field.

January 25, 2022

While sexually and gender-diverse people represent 13 per cent of Canada’s population, they are often neglected in sexual health research: this program will address the knowledge gaps in understanding and treating genitopelvic pain in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender patients.

[Photo compilation of Queen's researchers and current research projects - Text: The Year in Research]
December 16, 2021
February 8, 2021

Exploring cellular immune responses in plants: this research will result in the discovery of novel proteins and biochemical mechanisms that allow plants to defend against pathogen infection.

February 5, 2021

Investigating how glaciers change and their impact in the Arctic: this research will develop models to estimate glacier run-off and predict sea-level rise and altered landscapes.

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