Chris Spencer

Unlocking billion-year-old mysteries...

Geological Engineering professor Chris Spencer looks to the distant past as a “tectonochemist” with a lifelong commitment to geology.

The directory of graduates and award recipients is available now

Graduate and Awards Directory Now Live

Our newly launched graduate and awards directory allows graduates and proud family, friends, and fellow supporters to search for any 2021 Queen's Engineering graduate and award recipient.

exoskeleton walking on treadmill

Unique technology gives humans a leg up on walking

An exoskeleton designed by Queen's Engineering researchers to improve walking efficiency is the subject of a new study featured in Science, a leading academic journal.

Engineering Chemistry at Queen's

Engineering Chemistry at Queen's

Since its creation in 1895, the Engineering Chemistry program has produced graduates that have a firm grasp of fundamental science as well as the engineering tools that are needed to put this knowledge into practice. It allows graduates to pursue professional careers in both disciplines, a truly unique benefit of an Engineering Chemistry degree.

Dr. Ahmad Ghahreman

Revolutionizing research is making resource extraction greener, safer, and more efficient

From bacterial gold extraction to atmospheric carbon capture using industrial tailings, Dr. Ahmad Ghahreman is using innovation to make mining greener, safer, and more efficient.

2021 Precommencement announcement

The 2021 pre-commencement celebration is here!

In advance of this year’s commencement celebrations, the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science has put together a series of activities throughout the month to recognize its graduates and bring everyone together virtually: graduates, family, faculty, peers and alumni.

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