Queen’s researchers, partners receive over $4M for COVID-19 research

July 27, 2020
Queen’s University researchers and partners have received over $4M through the Digital Technology Supercluster’s COVID-19 program to support two projects that are investigating how to best respond to problems caused by the virus in Canada. “The Superclusters initiative demonstrates what we can do when we harness the collective strengths of industry, academia. and research,” said Kimberly Woodhouse, vice-principal (research). “Queen’s is a key partner in helping to grow these companies and collaborations … and providing vital expertise that will help in our national efforts to combat COVID-19 through strength in digital technology.” Whig Standard (ON)