Drs. Tiwary and Agrawal

Plantee Bioplastics receives $138,000 grant from Government of Canada

The founders of Plantee Bioplastics, a startup venture led by Queen’s chemical engineering alumnus Dr. Praphulla Tiwary and Queen’s chemistry alumnus Dr. Prashant Agrawal, have received a $138,000 grant from Fisheries and Oceans Canada to be used in the development of a new type of monofilament fishing line that will dissolve in water over a short period of time.

Celebrating 125 years of Engineering at Queen's

Celebrating 125 years of Engineering at Queen's

Dupuis Hall

Dupuis Hall

Home of The Department of Chemical Engineering

Dr. Carlos Escobedo earns FEAS Excellence in Research Award

Dr. Carlos Escobedo earn FEAS Excellence in Research Award

Dr. Carlos Escobedo, Assistant Professor in Chemical Engineering, is this year's recipient of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science (FEAS) Excellence in Research Award.

Drs. Hudon and Rainbow receive Carolyn Small Education and Innovator Award

Drs. Hudon and Rainbow receive Carolyn Small Education and Innovator Award

Queen's Engineering Assistant Professors Nicolas Hudon, Chemical Engineering and Michael Rainbow, Civil Engineering, earned the Carolyn Small Education and Innovator Award in celebration of the 125th anniversary of Queen's Engineering.

NSERC Brockhouse Prize winning team from Queen's describes their research to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister for Science and Sport Kirsty Duncan.

NSERC Brockhouse Prize winning team from Queen's describes their research to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister for Science and Sport Kirsty Duncan.

From left to right: PM Justin Trudeau, Minister for Science and Sport Kirsty Duncan, Pascale Champagne, Michael Cunningham, Philip Jessop, Warren Mabee

Complete Engineer

Complete Engineer

Complete Engineer

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