The Queen’s University Biological Station (QUBS) property covers more than 3,400 ha protecting a heterogeneous landscape of forests and lakes that shelters thousands of species, including several of global concern. Because of this impressive diversity and its strategic location between the Algonquin Park and the Adirondacks, QUBS has been a hub for research since its inception in 1945, with QUBS-based work producing a staggering scientific output of more than 1000 peer-reviewed publications. This newly-designed website is meant to represent a resource for QUBS-based  scientific work as well as a platform to highlight researchers and their achievements.