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Confronting COVID-19

Confronting COVID-19

The Conversation Canada and Queen's University Workshops
February 23, 2022

Queen's University Relations is pleased to host members of the editorial team from The Conversation Canada as they facilitate online, interactive workshops for Queen's researchers to learn how to leverage the platform and develop and test potential article pitches.

Art of Research Photo: Immunofluorescence Stain by Shakeel Virk and Lee Boudreau, CCTG Tissue Bank
February 4, 2022
[Photo compilation of Queen's researchers and current research projects - Text: The Year in Research]
December 16, 2021
[The Year in Research]
December 17, 2020
[Illustrative image of DNA strand]
August 12, 2020

Queen’s researcher David Maslove is leading the Canadian arm of an international project aiming to sequence the genomes of 100,000 COVID-19 patients to better understand their genes and the disease.

[Illustration of surveillance technology]
August 12, 2020

"Privacy regulation can't keep pace with the supersystems collecting, analyzing, and using personal data," writes Queen's researcher David Lyon for The Conversation Canada.

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