Queen's Partnerships and Innovation

Queen's Partnerships and Innovation

Grant Writing Strategies for Women Entrepreneurs

Join the WE-CAN community of women entrepreneurs for new insights and takeaways on the art of grant writing for small business owners.

WE-CAN: Women + Wealth: How to Futureproof Your Finances

If you're a woman entrepreneur in Ontario who's planning for her financial future, then join us for this practical and profitable workshop.

AIMday™ Future of Livable Cities

Academic Industry Meeting day, known as AIMday™, is a unique opportunity where academic experts workshop a question or challenge from organizations.

Queen's developed technology in Q'Straint system saving lives around the world

Sep 15, 2022

The Q'Straint journey is a testament to how collaborative efforts with academia can bring about big changes in an industry

A compound inspired by a natural product may stop the spread of cancer

Jul 07, 2022

Queen’s researchers making progress towards stopping the spread of cancer

In an ever-evolving landscape, Research Legal Services is ready to help

Written by Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation - Jun 16, 2022

Formerly known as the Research Contracts Unit, Research Legal Services (RLS) has evolved beyond the review and negotiation of contracts, and now extends to supporting researchers throughout the project life cycle.

When Mero Technologies is on the job, you don’t notice it

May 26, 2022

Founded by two former Queen’s students, Mero Technologies has flourished thanks to its support from the university’s innovation ecosystem.

Personalizing cancer treatment

May 25, 2022

Queen’s has partnered with leading companies and clinical networks on the CanDETECT Supercluster project to advance innovation in cancer detection and treatment.

Intellectual Property Commercialization Policy and Procedures

Mar 31, 2022

The Intellectual Property Commercialization Policy and Procedures are currently under review and comments will be accepted until April 13 at 4:00 pm

Queen’s Researcher wins Audience Choice Award in FACIT Falcons’ Fortunes pitch competition

Mar 08, 2022

WEMA Inc. and Queen’s researcher Karen Yeates is aiming to make the screening process more accessible to women, especially in remote communities, via a novel cervical cancer screening service.

Advancing research from lab to market

By Catarina Chagas, Coordinator, Strategic Initiatives - Mar 03, 2022

How a Queen's research team has generated a real-world solution to efficiently capture solar power.

Alucia Lingerie finds valuable network connections and increased productivity through Wings program

Written by Queen’s Partnerships and Innovation - Dec 09, 2021

Two Queen's recent engineering graduates founded their company as part of the Queen's Innovation Centre Summer Initiative program in 2019, with the goal, “to revolutionize the bra industry with our designs.”