Science Rendezvous Kingston 2021 was a Virtual Experience.
Science Rendezvous Kingston would like to thank our sponsors, presenters, content creators, and visitors for supporting our first virtual event. 29,000 celebrated our 10th year with us!
2021 virtual expo!
Learn about Mining with Foam with Charlotte Gibson, Assistant Professor in Intelligent Mining Systems at Queen's
Learn more about Engineering with Kevin Deulzio, Professor and Dean of Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Learn about Virus Models with Mona Kanso, graduate research assistant in Chemical Engineering-Rheology at Queen’s
Healthy Bones & Joints with Roshni Rainbow, Assistant Professor of Mechanical & Materials Engineering at Queen's
Learn about renewable energy with Suzan Eren, Assistant Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering at Queen’s
Learn about Clean Drinking Water with Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at Queen’s University, Sarah Jane Payne.
Learn about Better Bones with Heidi Ploeg, Assistant Professor in Mechanical and Materials Engineering.
Get to know Benjamin Tam, a PhD Candidate in the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy at Queen’s.
Learn about theoretical nanophotonics with Chelsea Carlson - Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy
Watch Dark Matter with Gopolang Mohlabeng, a Postdoctoral Research Associate - Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy
Learn about a New Perspective, with James Fraser, a Professor in Condensed Matter Physics and Optics.
Get to know Kristine Spekkens, Professor of Astronomy, Astrophysics & Relativity at Queen's University
Meet Laura Fissel, an Assistant Professor of Astronomy, Astrophysics & Relativity at Queen’s University.
Women in Geoplogy and Paleontology
About Helen Belyea, Canadian geologist and her research of the Devonian System, a geologic period of the Paleozoic era.
Learn about Madeleine Fritz, a paleontologist and was a pioneering researching on the Paleozoic folio Bryozoa.