Dr. Ahmad Ghahreman

Revolutionizing research; 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.

Exploratorium app

The STEMygk Exploratorium game app

A convergence of faculties and departments, including Queen’s Connections Engineering Outreach, supported the creation of a local youth-developed gaming app newly released called The STEMygk Exploratorium.

Dr. Majid Pahlevani

Revolutionizing the way we generate and store energy

Dr. Majid Pahlevani and his team at the Queen’s ePower lab are developing the technologies that will revolutionize the way the societies of the future generate and store energy.

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.

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.

Engineering Physics at Queen's

Engineering Phyics

The Engineering Physics program allows students to apply the knowledge of fundamental physical principles underlying modern technology and processes. Students will study a strategic combination of math, physics and engineering courses from a chosen specialty area.

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