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Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy

[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.

[Photo of Arthur McDonald]
November 26, 2020

Arthur B. McDonald Fellowships will recognize early-stage academic researchers.

[Text: Discover Research@Queen's: Virtual Event Series - Conversations Confronting COVID-19]
June 19, 2020

With its first event on June 24, the new series aims to address some of the challenges and opportunities presented by the global pandemic.

Nobel Prize Inspiration Initiative panelists on stage
October 11, 2019

Nobel Prize Inspiration Initiative excites sold-out audience at Queen’s University.

[list of panelists]
September 21, 2019

International initiative will connect Nobel Laureates with students, researchers, and Queen’s community, during first Canadian tour.

[photo of Connor Stone in Observatory]
June 26, 2019

Connor Stone, a doctoral candidate in the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy has found himself in some exclusive company after being selected to take part in the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting from June 30-July 5, an event that brings together Nobel Laureates in physics as well as 580 post-secondary students from 89 countries.

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