CMC Microsystems connects Canadian industry and university researchers.
By Alex Pickering, The Whig Standard
Sunday, August 17, 2014
AUGUSTA DWYER, Special to The Globe and Mail
Published Tuesday, Jul. 29 2014, 4:03 PM EDT
As a young graduate of the University of British Columbia’s doctoral program in chemistry, Philip Jessop’s first job was at Research Development Corp. in Japan. But when his boss, Ryoji Noyori, suggested he work on supercritical carbon dioxide, he says, “I had to go the library and look up what it was.”
GreenCentre Canada's Philip Jessop & SPARQ's Praveen Jain of those elected to Royal Society of CanadaFri, 09/06/2013 - 13:26 — angel.schur
Record number of Queen's professors elected to Royal Society of Canada
2013-09-06 - By Anita Jansman, Queen's University NewsCentre
2013-01-11 - From the Queen's News Centre
Greg Bavington (Eng ’85) is the executive director of the new Queen’s Innovation Connector (QIC). The centre was jointly launched by the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science (FEAS) and Queen’s School of Business (QSB) to cultivate and support the innovative ideas of students, professors, corporate and social entrepreneurs and Canadian organizations.
December 4, 2012 - From www.greencentrecanada.com
GreenCentre has recently founded its second spinoff company, Forward Water Technologies.
The Applied Research and Commercialization Initiative is designed to bridge the gap between research and commercialization between Ontario’s post-secondary academic institutions and small- and medium-sized enterprises.
Through this initiative, Dr. Richard Oleschuk, his research team and AB SCIEX have partnered to develop a multi-nanoelectrospray interface based upon microstructured optical fibre technology....
Please go to the Queen's Chemistry website for more.
From Department of Chemistry - http://www.chem.queensu.ca/
Victor Snieckus is an eminent and internationally recognized organic chemist whose research has an exceptional impact on the fields of organic and organometallic chemistry.
October 13, 2011 (from GreenCentreCanada.com)
KINGSTON, ON/EDMONTON, AB – A green chemical process with the potential to make production of pharmaceutical products more efficient and environmentally friendly has been licensed to GreenCentre Canada from the University of Alberta.
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Sept. 28, 2011
MISSISSAUGA/KINGSTON, ON -- A unique ceramic coating process developed by Datec Coating Corp., a spinoff company of Queen’s University’s PARTEQ Innovations, has been awarded certification by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) for its heating element technology for use on mica and aluminum. UL recognition certifies that that the company’s product meets national safety and performance standards across North America.