Queen's University

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Queen's University,

at Kingston, Ont., Canada; nondenominational; coeducational; founded 1841 as Queen's College. It achieved university status in 1912. It has faculties of arts and sciences, education, law, medicine, and applied science, as well as schools of graduate studies, business, urban and regional planning, nursing, and rehabilitation therapy. Queen's Theological College is affiliated with the university.

Queen's University

A Canadian University. Source of GVL, NIAL, Pasqual, Q'NIAL and TXL.

ftp://ftp.qucis.queensu.ca/pub/.
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Jacalyn Duffin of Queen's University, Canada, titled "Can a scientist believe in miracles?
Muscat: Waljat College of Applied Sciences has entered into an academic collaboration with the Queen's University, Canada through its parent university, the Birla Institute of Technology (BIT), India.
The study, led by Graeme Smith of Queen's University, Canada, found that exposing the animals to inhalable CO increased blood flow and vascular growth in the developing placenta, created more, bigger, and stronger connections to the mother's uterus, a process that provides more oxygen and nutrients to the foetus.
Davidson has been honored with the Prize for Excellence in Research from Queen's University, Canada, 2001 and is a Fellow with the Econometric Society (1994).
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Andrea has a Master of Environmental Studies degree from Dalhousie University and a Bachelor of Arts Honors degree in sociology/psychology from Queen's University, Canada.
Weili Ding, Queen's University, Canada, and Yuan Zhang, Fudan University, China, "When a Son is Born: The Impact of Fertility Patterns on Family Finance in Rural China"
She holds a BA Honours Degree from Queen's University, Canada, a Master of Arts Degree in International Affairs from the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA), Carleton University, Canada, and a Diplome d'Etudes Superieures from the University of Pau in France.
Scott Gordon, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Economics and of the History and Philosophy of Science at Indiana University and Professor Emeritus of Economics at Queen's University, Canada, has written a study of constitutionalism that will be welcomed by the general public and especially by all who have taught political history at any level from advanced secondary school through graduate programs.
A study by Queen's University, Canada, estimates that tennis players burn up to 700 calories an hour.