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Engineering Professors Earn Substantial CFI Funding
Engineering Professors Earn Substantial CFI Funding
March 15, 2016

Queen’s engineering professors Laura Wells and Michael Rainbow are among six Queen’s researchers who have earned substantial grants from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) John R Evans Leaders Fund.

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Queen's Students Work to Reduce Hospital Wait Times
Queen's Students Work to Reduce Hospital Wait Times
February 29, 2016

A group of fourth-year Queen’s engineering students has developed a software and hardware suite that could help hospital emergency departments more quickly and efficiently match patients to doctors. It’s an idea that could reduce and gather data on wait times for treatment.

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Queen's students build Li-Ion battery-bank management system
Queen's students build Li-Ion battery-bank management system
February 26, 2016

Queen's ECE students Mackenzie Wooten, Ben Lande and Jake McEwan built a Li-Ion battery-pack management system for their Capstone design project and installed it on the Queen’s Fuel Cell Team golf cart. ELEC 390 students voted it best project in the ELEC 490 design competition. Congrats guys! Nice work!

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PROFILE: The Alan Bauer Explosives Laboratory
PROFILE: The Alan Bauer Explosives Laboratory
December 10, 2015

The Complete Engineer explores the Alan Bauer Explosives Laboratory, part of the Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining at Queen’s University. It’s a world class facility north of campus where mining engineering students learn to measure and control blasting.

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4 + 1 BSCE/MASC Program: An early start on graduate work
4 + 1 BSCE/MASC Program: An early start on graduate work
November 24, 2015

Did you know that with high enough grades, you can get an early start on your ECE master’s degree, start working on advanced research and graduate in five years instead of the usual six? Students in the 4 + 1 BSCE/MASC Program do just that.

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