QSpace: Queen’s Scholarship & Digital Collections
QSpace is our online repository of digital content produced and collected by the Queen’s community.
QSpace provides access to peer-reviewed articles, conference papers, technical reports, graduate theses and dissertations and other works produced by Queen’s faculty and students.
QSpace is managed by the Library’s Scholarly Publishing service, facilitating seamless access to Queen’s research to the widest possible audience. For more information about QSpace and to contribute your work(s) please contact the Scholarly Publishing Team.
Communities in QSpace
Select a community to browse its collections.
This community includes graduate theses, dissertations and projects produced by students at Queen’s University.
This community includes Queen’s peer-reviewed research publications, including journal articles, book chapters, conference proceedings, and more.
This community includes research data produced by faculty and staff at Queen’s University.
This community includes digital collections produced by members of the Queen’s community, as well as digital special collections made available via W.D. Jordan Rare Books & Special Collections.
This community provides access for staff and students at Queen’s University to degree examination papers and syllabi.
A superhydrophobic (SH) surface is characterized by a water contact angle of >150 and a sliding angle <10. The water fearing properties result from significantly stronger cohesive forces of the resting liquid compared ...
Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death worldwide. Cardiac ischemia accounts for approximately 50% of all cardiovascular-related deaths. Cardiac ischemia is associated with high incidence of QT prolongation ...
For the last 20-30 years, new discovery of pharmacological treatment for psychiatric disorders has been stagnant despite a pressing need to find alternative therapies for patients that are treatment-resistant to the current ...
The scatter of the spatially-resolved star formation main sequence (SFMS) is investigated in order to reveal signatures about processes of galaxy formation and evolution. We have assembled a sample of 355 nearby galaxies ...