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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.

June 11, 2020
July 9, 2018

Uncovering the structure and function of protein phosphorylation systems in bacteria: this research will lead to new understanding of the biochemical reactions that take place in bacteria and could lead to the development of new antibiotics.

July 9, 2018

Using carbon dioxide as a “trigger” for “switchable materials” able to change from one form to another: this research will make industry safer and more environmentally-benign through the reuse of waste carbon dioxide gas.

July 9, 2018

Developing new theories and methods to allow us to study the motion of molecules and chemical reactions: this research may lead to new life-saving drugs, better energy-storage devices, and new solutions to global warming, while also training researchers in advanced computational science techniques.

[ Dr. Cathy Crudden with research students ]
September 1, 2014

Queen's researcher Cathy Crudden discusses her lab's work on catalysis and chirality, along with her experience working with student researchers. 

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