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[Lindsay Morcom, Heather Aldersey and Anna Panchenko]
June 18, 2019

Three new Canada Research Chairs emphasize commitment to diversity and inclusivity.

[microscopic pollen]
June 12, 2019

Queen’s University researcher P. Andrew Evans, Canada Research Chair in Organic and Organometallic Chemistry, has uncovered a new process to deliver antibiotics using pollen to shield them.

[Recipients of the 2019 Prizes for Excellence in Research]
May 27, 2019

During Spring Convocation 2019, Queen’s University bestowed its highest form of recognition for research excellence to five faculty members.

[Queen's Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Daniel Woolf, and Minister of Science and Sport, Kirsty Duncan, sign the Dimensions EDI charter.]
May 23, 2019

Queen’s commits to the federal government’s Dimensions EDI program, championing equity, diversity, and inclusion across the research ecosystem.

[Heather Aldersey]
June 1, 2017

A researcher in community-based rehabilitation (CBR), Heather Aldersey, Canada Research Chair in Disability-Inclusive Development, works with families and people with disabilities to identify the problems they face. Now, through an exciting new partnership with the University of Gondar in Ethiopia, Aldersey will collaborate with international colleagues on a very large scale.

[Dr. Amer Johri]
June 1, 2017

Queen's researcher Amer Johri, an associate professor in the Department of Medicine, founder and Director of the Cardiovascular Imaging Network at Queen’s (CINQ), and a practicing cardiologist, is attracting national and international attention for his research into ultrasound techniques.

[Alice Vibert Douglas and colleagues at Yerkes Observatory, Chicago, 1925 (Queen's University Archives)]
October 1, 2016

One of the oldest universities in Canada, research at Queen's University has left an indelible mark on the Canadian, and international, landscape of scholarly progress.

Dr. Heather Jamieson samples soil near the Giant Mine in Yellowknife]
October 1, 2016

Queen’s made significant and successful efforts to attract women researchers to campus through the 1980s, including through such programs as the Queen’s National Scholar Program.

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