“This discovery may lead to new approaches for the treatment of patients with certain forms of cancer.”

– Dr. Charles Graham, on the potential of nitric oxide to treat cancer

Success Stories

Novari™ IT solutions

In Canada, patients’ wait times and their journeys through the health care continuum could be shorter and more successful because of a web-based waitlist and patient reporting system developed at Kingston General Hospital. Novari Health of Kingston was founded with PARTEQ’s

Q'Straint passenger safety solutions

Elite athletes at the Beijing Paralympics are just some of the millions of wheelchair van passengers around the world who have reached their destinations safely, thanks to pioneering research at Queen’s into ‘seatbelts’ for wheelchairs and their

Solar hot water heating technology | Solar energy and heat transfer

 Research at Queen’s by a mechanical engineer with a passion for solar energy has not only led to a solar hot water system now in use across North America, but has also helped inform

Qubit Sytems customized research and instrumentation systems

For nearly 20 years, scientific research and teaching around the world has been enhanced because of Qubit Systems Inc., of Kingston.  The company was founded, with PARTEQ’s assistance, by Queen’s biologist Dr. David Layzell

KINARM™ robotic assessment system

If you are a Canadian Olympic or varsity athlete, you may have been tested for concussion via the KINARM™, the patented robotic system developed at Queen’s for assessing brain injury. The only system of its kind in the world, the KINARM™ is being adopted by scientific researchers

Pure Technologies pipeline inspection systems

Millions of miles of municipal water pipelines across North America, Australia and the Middle East, among others, are functioning more reliably today because of the work of Queen’s physicist Dr. David Atherton. His patented electromagnetic system for inspecting prestressed

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PARTEQ Blog

Dec. 06 2012

Leap of faith, big impact 

By John Molloy

In 1985, when the Ontario government invested $300,000 in technology commercialization at Queen’s University, who knew what the impact would be? ­­­­

For starters, that small investment convinced the university that there was value in commercializing publicly funded research, and so in 1987, Queen’s formally established its...

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