On June 8th, 2012, a study group involved in The Governor General’s Canadian Leadership Conference came to Innovation Park as part of an intensive two-week tour.

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A Queen’s University neuroscientist has received federal funding to transition his robotic KINARM assessment system from a basic research tool to use in clinical practice.

Queen’s University affects almost every aspect of Kingston life. That’s hardly surprising considering students, faculty and staff numbering nearly 30,000 are directly involved with the city in some way. 

Green research has huge environmental – and economic – potential.

Dr. Pascale Champagne, a leading researcher in environmental engineering, is tackling the mysteries of biomass at her new lab in Innovation Park at Queen’s university. “Every day brings exciting new challenges, solutions and breakthroughs,” she says.

Canada’s entrepreneurs will get a federal nod of support tonight as Member of Parliament from Ottawa West-Nepean and Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird joins other Members of Parliament, industry leaders and entrepreneurs from across the country for the official launch of Startup Canada taking place at the University of Ottawa.