Art of Research Winner Dalila Villalobos, MD Resident in Anatomical Pathology, researches human cellular responses and medical conditions to identify abnormalities such as in this prostatic gland with irregular branching. Read more about the Art of Research photo contest here.
Queen’s is to receive up to $3.2M in federal funding to support women entrepreneurs in Kingston. Announced Aug. 20, the funding will assist women-led tech companies, Indigenous women entrepreneurs, and women Queen’s graduates starting businesses in the city. Learn more.
For almost 70 years, researchers and students have gathered at Queen's University Biological Station (QUBS) (Photo - Stereographic Projection, 75m altitude) to conduct leading-edge research and participate in experiential learning opportunities. Photo Credit Allen Tian
The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, recently visited Queen’s to make a major national funding announcement in support of graduate and post-doctoral research. Read more and watch a video of the announcement here.
Agnes Etherington Art Centre unveils Head of an Old Man with Curly Hair – a 1659 painting by legendary artist Rembrandt, rarely seen by the public. Linda and Daniel Bader donated the piece to the museum in memory of Daniel’s late father and Queen’s alumnus, Alfred Bader.