Innovation Park at Queen's University

Kingston, Ontario
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Innovation Park at Queen’s University

Where the university, industry, government and not-for-profits work together to cultivate ideas, transform technological discoveries, and propel innovations into the marketplace.

Innovation Park is a research, development and commercialization hub for dynamic interfaces between the university, industry, technology entrepreneurs and startups, not-for-profit partners, and government. Part of Queen’s University, Innovation Park is Kingston's primary gathering place and fills an important role in the innovation and economic ecosystem in the city and region. Queen's works with local and regional partners to foster a robust innovation ecosystem and a vibrant and sustainable community. The Park enables co-location, promotes collaboration, and removes barriers to innovation. Industry Partnerships at Queen's facilitates interaction with and works closely with startups, SMEs and multi-national corporations, accelerates access to university resources and talent, and provides matchmaking services to help early stage companies make valuable connections. Innovation Park is co-located with the Global Grafoid Technology Centre at 945 Princess Street, Kingston, ON. 

  • Access to secure R&D facilities and infrastructure, highly-specialized equipment, and shared  amenities and services.
  • Access to intellectual resources and talent as well as research collaborations with the university and funding programs.
  • Access to on-site intellectual property and commercialization experts.
  • Access to on-site incubation and acceleration programs and services.

Park Information

  • Number of Companies
  • Total Square Feet
  • Number of Buildings
  • Land Currently Available
    50 acres
  • Affiliated Universities
    Queen's University
  • Year Established
  • Number of Employees
  • Technology Sector Focus
    Advanced Manufacturing, Clean Tech, Nanotechnology