Dr. Tim Smith started his health science career researching medical devices as a graduate student at Queen’s University in the late 1980s.
As the problem of tainted drinking water becomes more acute, TECTAPDS, a high-tech Kingston company has found customers around the globe for its compact, automated water testing
In four short years, a trio of newly minted Queen’s graduates have invented a system to tackle the world’s deadly opiate problem and harnessed local technology innovation programs to develop and start marketing it.
There are things in life that we take for granted, and reliance on the efficacy of healthcare technology is one of them.
Canada’s TECTA-PDS is Making Waves Near and Far
2021 has been a landmark year for Kingston, Ontario’s TECTA-PDS – both locally here in Canada and around the world.
KINGSTON — The Ontario government is redeveloping and expanding the Extendicare Kingston long-term care home.
Relative newcomer’s modular innovation out-smarts industry leaders to take home top prize with win for Technology/Educational Service of the Year award at the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) 2020 Global Innovation Awards.
When the leadership team at Spearhead Brewing Company, a well-established brewery located in Kingston, Ontario, were discussing industry trends, it’s no wonder that their outside-the-box thinking landed them on the creation of Akwa, a new, non-alc
Kingston based start-up Spectra Plasmonics has seen tremendous interest and support as they continue to roll out their patent pending technology in the fight against increasing levels of opioid related overdoses.