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Blind Date with Knowledge
July 6, 2020

The Queen’s Art of Research photo contest celebrates its fifth year, with the selection of ten stunning winning images.

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Blind Date with Knowledge
June 19, 2020

Of Canada’s approximately 60 Indigenous languages, all but 6 are in imminent danger of extinction. Queen's researcher Lindsay Morcom is working with Indigenous communities to help address this.

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Blind Date with Knowledge
May 19, 2020

Queen's University researchers Samuel Dahan and Xiaodan Zhu are using AI to level the legal playing field for Canadians, including those affected by COVID-19 unemployment.

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Blind Date with Knowledge
January 8, 2020

Microplastics – They are in the food we eat, the air we breathe, and the water we consume, and we are still learning about what this means for our health, the health of our environment, and our future. How do we tackle this “wicked” problem? Queen’s researcher Myra Hird believes the answer is in our own consumption habits.

[Illustration of two students under a rain cloud]
Blind Date with Knowledge
October 21, 2019

Queen's researcher Anne Duffy is addressing a global knowledge gap in understanding university student mental health needs.