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KINGSTON, ON -- A Queen’s University researcher specializing in energy- and cost- efficient power electronic technologies has been recognized by the world’s largest professional technology advancement association for his work in the field of power conversion.

KINGSTON, ON – A breakthrough solar photovoltaic technology developed at Queen’s University has been awarded certification for use in North American markets.

 Fourteen Queen’s researchers have partnered with local businesses in areas such as manufacturing, engineering, and life sciences on projects that will accelerate innovative products to market and increase their competitiveness.

KINGSTON/MISSISSAUGA, ON -- Millions of kilograms of used plastics, including foam cushion packaging and soiled food containers, may soon be a thing of the past in Ontario landfills, thanks to a new recycling company being launched today.

GreenCentre Canada partners with Ontario to foster green innovation by emerging chemical companies

May 17, 2011

KINGSTON, ON -- GreenCentre Canada and the government of Ontario have joined forces to fuel “green growth” in Ontario’s chemistry-driven industries.