Water-related issues are a driving force for economic growth, social well-being and a healthy population in Canada and around the world. This critical interest is reflected in the diversity of water-related research and education initiatives at Queen’s University, the Royal Military College of Canada and its partner organizations. The BWRC is an inter-disciplinary research centre dedicated to furthering these interests and is committed to fostering an environment that encourages collaborative research spanning both traditional water-related disciplines, as well as non-traditional and emerging disciplines.
Big thank you to @HomaKrp for an insightful BWRC seminar on cold climate lakes in northern Canada. Ice duration and thickness is declining in these regions, affecting local communities' winter travel on ice roads #LakeMonitoring #CommunityImpact #LakeIce @ReSEC_WLU
Allison Cole successfully defended her MSc thesis on AMR bacteria detection!! @Network_CEC @BeatyCentre @QueensChem Thanks to amazing microbiologists and fun examiners @PrameetSheth @AvenaRoss and chair @Lucia_MLee!! Good luck to Ally’s next step in TO!