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Blind Date with Knowledge

Blind Date with Knowledge Do you ever wonder what drives a researcher’s curiosity? What was the spark that led them to discovery? Blind Date with Knowledge seeks to demystify scholarly research and personalize the research process through discussions with various Queen’s faculty members. The show is a collaboration between CFRC, the Office of the Vice-Principal (University Relations), and the show host, Barry Kaplan. Kaplan is a member of the Kingston community, and his passion for spreading knowledge about research at Queen’s is palpable. Our name is based on the premise that research isn’t predictable. Like a blind date, research is about taking risks and being prepared for failure and success.

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Katerina Genikomsou 

Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering Design vs. Nature: Building Infrastructure to Withstand Environmental Disasters      Dr. Katerina Genikomsou...

Tim Fort

Professor, Chair of Graduate Programs, Dan School of Drama & Music “Nothing Burns Down:” A History and a Career in...

Pascale Champagne

Waste in the West: Advancing our Waste Management Practices Professor, Canada Research Chair in Bioresources Engineering and Director of Beaty...

Joseph Bramante

Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy Dark Matter and What Goes Bump in the Night Dr. Joseph...

Queen’s Surveillance Studies Centre – David Lyon, David Murakami, Midori Ogasawara

David Lyon, Professor, Queen’s Research Chair in Surveillance Studies David Murakami Wood, Associate Professor, Canada Research Chair (Tier II) in...