By Elliot Ferguson, Kingston Whig-Standard
Monday, December 12, 2016

KINGSTON – A clean technology company is partnering with local businesses and institutions to help researchers chasing solutions to one of the “grand challenges” facing humanity.

L-SPARK’s 2016 entrepreneurs from the organization’s second cohort. Initially, the participants receive services for free in L-SPARK’s SaaS incubator and accelerator, and as businesses get financed, then L-SPARK gains equity.

By Michael Lea

A collaboration between all sectors of the community is necessary to continue the successes in innovation seen recently on the Queen's University campus, principal Daniel Woolf said.

Friday November 4, 2016
By Chris Armes, Communications Officer, Queens Gazette
GM Canada President Steve Carlisle to visit Queen’s for Principal’s Forum presentation on innovation in the auto industry.

Roger Bowes, left, and Paul Webster stand next to an industrial robot in a lab at the new office of Laser Depth Dynamics in Kingston on Thursday. The company makes equipment to ensure the quality of laser welding. (Michael Lea/The Whig-Standard)