Curiosity Creates

[Curiosity Creates]
 

At Queen’s University’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, the world’s problems are our adrenalin, provoking our relentless drive to explore, decode, and reframe. We blend curiosity with a cross-disciplinary approach to ask, “what if?”, forging ahead to find solutions for the 21st century and beyond. We ask not only how to build and construct better structures, but how to speed the flow of information, protect the natural environment, propel medical progress, and eliminate the gap between what is and what can be.

Come join our diverse, inquisitive minds, and turn wonder into reality.

Learn how curiosity is shaping
the future of engineering

 

Reaching into ever smaller realms, Dr. Carlos Escobedo is developing research that links nanotechnology and biomedical diagnostics to detect cancers earlier than ever before.

Inspired thinking begins early, and we’re committed to fostering it through educational initiatives such as our Tech ‘n’ Tinker Trailer, which introduces engineering to young people.

We’re researching how to merge 3D-printed biodegradable scaffolds with patients’ own stem cells, to grow knee replacements that return them to full motion.

We’re researching how to merge 3D-printed biodegradable scaffolds with patients’ own stem cells, to grow knee replacements that return them to full motion.

Spanning even into orbit, our robotic reach is assisting the mission, while our dreams of space ignite new possibilities for off-world mining and autonomous vehicles.

While we’re always serious about engineering, some of us also let our fun side out to design bigger, better, and safer water slides, all over the world.

Our graduates are creating impact, contributing to revolutionary innovations like the molten metal battery, capable of providing energy to entire neighbourhoods and enabling the global adoption of clean energy technologies.

Spanning even into orbit, our robotic reach is assisting the mission, while our dreams of space ignite new possibilities for off-world mining and autonomous vehicles.

The future is responsive, as our recent research into ambient intelligence is showing, with applications from healthcare to your morning coffee being ready when you are, even if you sleep in.