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Participants of an Interspecies Nature Hike stop to bask in the warmth of the midday sun at the edge of Gould Lake.
Photo by: Omar Bachour
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Researcher Resources

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Projects in development to improve Research at Queen's

  • Research Discovery Network
  • TRAQ 2.0
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Research Prominence

A female doctor speaks with a female patient

Sep 22, 2023

Solving Canada’s shortage of health professionals means training more of them, and patients have a key role in their education

The Conversation: Each encounter that health-care students have with patients and families helps them understand real-world patient needs. That means all Canadians have a role in educating future health-care providers.

Dr. Stephen Scott, Vice-Dean Research at Queen’s Health Sciences

Sep 20, 2023

How does the brain control your voluntary movements?

Stephen Scott is inducted into the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences for his world-leading research on voluntary motor control.

[Using an ice auger to drill a hole through the ice on Great Slave Lake, March 2014. The red tent is set up to provide shelter and to heat water for thawing equipment.  Credit: Marlene Evans, Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC)]

Sep 20, 2023

New research sets off alarm bells

Accelerated warming has pushed Great Slave Lake across important ecological thresholds.

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