By Melinda Knox, Associate Director, Research Profile and Initiatives - Mar 17, 2021
Nancy Ross, accomplished research administrator and renowned expert in population health, will assume the position of Vice-Principal (Research) at Queen’s effective August 1, 2021.
Feb 09, 2021
The Government of Ontario has announced that effective February 10, the Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Public Health region will return to the (revised) COVID-19 Response Framework, at the Green-Prevent level of restrictions.
Jul 26, 2021
PropelHER is one of the programs offered by Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation (QPI), made possible with support from the Government of Canada to Queen’s University and the WE-CAN Project through the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario.
Jul 15, 2021
The Vice-Principal Research (VPR) portfolio continues to monitor the increased risk in transmission from the variants of concern. It is strongly recommended that those who can get fully vaccinated, do so. The VPR supports the goal of KFL&A to have all residents vaccinated ...
Jul 07, 2021
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) is seeking your insights to help identify the next key future challenges on which to focus knowledge mobilization efforts through online survey. Survey closes July 23, 2021
By Kayla Dettinger, Research Promotion Coordinator - Jun 10, 2021
With $1.6 million in funding, NSERC’s CREATE program is supporting the implementation of an experiential graduate training and research program in medical informatics at Queen’s.
By Ishita Aggarwal, Research Promotion and Communications Assistant - Jun 08, 2021
In August 2019, Queen’s University’s Partnerships and Innovation (QPI) received $3.2 million from the federal government’s Women Entrepreneurship Strategy (WES) Ecosystem Fund, administered by the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario,&nbs...
Jun 02, 2021
The Technology Development Pilot Program, made possible with funding from the Vice-Principal, Research (VPR), aims to advance selected inventions with commercial potential to position them for other funding opportunities and make them attractive to potential licensees or investor
By Dave Rideout, Senior Communications Officer - Jun 01, 2021
The science of walking is taking its next big step with the aid of a unique exoskeleton that allows users to walk further while using less energy.
By Sadie McIntosh, Communications Intern - May 31, 2021
The New Frontiers in Research Fund supports six innovative and interdisciplinary projects at Queen’s.