The Vice-Principal (Research), in collaboration with IT Services, is pleased to announce the planned launch this summer of the Queen's Research Discovery Network (RDN).
The RDN is a user-friendly research networking platform designed to proactively connect Queen’s experts who share research interests, and to facilitate their discovery by external organizations in academia, industry, the media, and the local community.
Built on UNIWeb (by Proximify), the RDN will provide a comprehensive and searchable network of profiles for Queen’s researchers, research groups, and shared resources, making the full spectrum of Queen’s research expertise more easily discoverable to internal and external stakeholders alike.
Are you an early-career researcher?
Build your network at Queen’s, attract prospective graduate students, and find shared resources on campus to accelerate your projects.
Are you an established researcher?
Showcase your research and expertise, and increase your discoverability to industry, the media, local organizations, and more.
Profiles on the RDN will be available to faculty and post-doctoral researchers, as well as librarians/archivists, with an anticipated launch date this June.
To learn more about the RDN, its benefits, and how you can participate before the launch, see the Research Discovery Network page.