News Archive

Nov 06, 2018 — Dr. Carlos Escobedo named among influential Hispanic Canadians
Congratulations to Queen's Engineering Professor Dr. Carlos Escobedo on being named one of TD Bank's 10 most influential Hispanic Canadians.

Nov 01, 2018 — Prof. Michael Cunningham recieves the 2018 Canadian Green Chemistry and Engineering Award (Individual)
This national individual award, sponsored by GreenCentre Canada, is presented to an individual working in Canada who has made significant contributions to advance green chemistry and/or engineering, including the technical, human health and environmental benefits.

Oct 30, 2018 — Prof. Martin Guay winner of the 2018 D.G. Fisher Award
The D. G. Fisher Award is presented to an individual who has made major contributions in the field of systems and control engineering while a resident of Canada.

Oct 29, 2018 — Recognizing the Work of Our Graduate Students

Aug 21, 2018 — Introducing Assistant Professor Lindsay Fitzpatrick
Lindsay Fitzpatrick sat down with the Gazette to talk about her experience so far. Dr. Fitzpatrick is an assistant professor.

Jul 23, 2018 — Prof. Newstead awarded First Year Teaching and Learning Award

Jun 01, 2018 — Spring Convocation 2018
On the morning of Thursday, May 31, 2018 the Chemical Engineering / Engineering Chemistry undergraduate and graduate students convocated.

May 08, 2018 — 2017-2018 Art of Research Photo Contest
James Xie (Engineering Chemistry) rolled into the winning spot of the Art of Research’s Community Collaborations category with “Exploring Worlds at Home”

Apr 19, 2018 — The Shape of Fluid
Dr. Nosrati, an NSERC post-doctoral Fellow in Prof. Carlos Escobedo’s group, focuses on microfluidic technologies to develop innovative tools for a wide range of biomedical research.

Apr 19, 2018 — Colour us impressed
Queen’s University researchers invent new class of paints that could revolutionize water-based paints.

Mar 28, 2018 — From Waste to Water
On March 28th, a small group of graduate and undergraduate students in Chemical Engineering visited the Ravensview Wastewater Treatment Plant located east of Kingston, Ontario.

Mar 12, 2018 — Early Researcher Award
On March 2, 2018, Professor Carlos Escobedo was awarded an Early Researcher Award

Feb 23, 2018 — Nano research yields sensing breakthrough
Two Queen’s University PhD candidates have developed a novel, highly sensitive chemical detection technology, thanks in part to a unique nanofabrication environment created by Queen’s University and CMC Microsystems.

Feb 05, 2018 — New book co-edited by Prof. Carlos Escoedo now available online!
"Miniature Fluidic Devices for Rapid Biological Detection"