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News story: Could inflation bite back, new book asks
27 October 2013

In her new book Professor Brigitte Granville warns governments not to think of inflation as yesterday’s problem. Present unsustainable levels of public debt could end up leading to high inflation – especially in the Eurozone.

News story: Law academic awarded prestigious fellowship
27 October 2013

Queen Mary law academic, Dr Maksymilian Del Mar has been awarded a prestigious legal fellowship.

News story: Work of controversial Victorian East End novelist Arthur Morrison to be explored at conference
27 October 2013

A conference to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of the controversial Victorian author Arthur Morrison is being held at Queen Mary University of London on 2 November 2013.

Maria Delgado with the director Pedro Almodóvar and actress Penélope Cruz News story: QM professor recognised with double award success
25 October 2013

Maria Delgado, a Professor of Theatre & Screen Arts in the School of English and Drama at Queen Mary, has been recognised with not one but two prestigious international awards.

News story: Groundbreaking conference on British TV and film stardom to be held at Queen Mary
25 October 2013

British stardom is on the ascendency with many actors gaining critical acclaim starring in hit US television series and Hollywood blockbusters.

Robert Engle (second left) with President George W. Bush and fellow Nobel Laureates News story: Nobel Laureate in Economics to speak at international conference on Recent Advances in Commodity Markets
25 October 2013

A panel of distinguished practitioners, including Robert Greer who founded the first investable commodity index and Robert Engle, a leading US finance expert and the joint winner of the 2003 Nobel Laureate prize in Economics, will be guest speakers at the UK’s most prominent commodity market conference to be held next month.

News story: Queen Mary historian teams up with BBC to uncover London’s war stories
17 October 2013

A Queen Mary University of London historian is among a group of UK researchers chosen to join a BBC project telling the forgotten personal stories of the First World War.

News story: Event for women coders, artists and innovators explores open technologies
15 October 2013

Queen Mary University of London is set to host an international conference for women interested in using open technologies in digital arts, social innovation and creative industries.

Focal adhesions and actin News story: Spinning-disk microscope offers window into the centre of a cell
10 October 2013

A new method of imaging cells is allowing scientists to see tiny structures inside the ‘control centre’ of the cell for the first time.

News story: Law professor turns to theatre to highlight the human rights abuses committed by global businesses
9 October 2013

A series of thought-provoking plays, aimed at raising the awareness of the controversial issue of human abuses carried out by international businesses working in developing countries, will be premiered across the UK.

News story: QM alumnus and entrepreneur pilots new tagging marketing business on campus
9 October 2013

A Queen Mary University of London alumnus has received funding for his fledgling tagging marketing business venture in a new government-backed scheme chaired by the former Dragon’s Den investor James Caan.

XYZ prototype News story: Queen Mary student wins silver in Dragon’s Den for young entrepreneurs
8 October 2013

A student from Queen Mary University of London’s Design and Innovation programme has won a prize of £3,000 at the annual Innovation Hothouse competition, which showcases the very best in final year student design projects.

News story: THE World University Rankings: success for Queen Mary
3 October 2013

Queen Mary University of London has been named among the top universities in the world in the influential Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2013-14, after rising more than 30 places in one year to 114th position.

News story: Centre of the Cell hosts half-term Halloween science fun
3 October 2013

Vicious vampires, microscopic monsters, deadly diseases and an interactive trauma show come to Centre of the Cell, Queen Mary University of London’s science education ‘Pod’ in Whitechapel, this half-term.

News story: Coffee House Sessions bring freshly brewed music to Mile End
1 October 2013

Queen Mary University of London is the only university in the capital to host ‘Coffee House Sessions’ – an exclusive new tour of 40 Students’ Union cafes by the UK’s top young musical talent.

News story: Queen Mary earns award for improving gender equality
30 September 2013

Queen Mary’s School of Biological and Chemical Sciences (SBCS) is the recipient of the University’s first ever Silver level award in the latest round of the Athena SWAN Charter awards, which recognises excellence in recruiting and progressing women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine (STEMM). 

News story: Queen Mary music software spin-out scores record investment
26 September 2013

Music software company, MixGenius, which uses research developed at Queen Mary University of London, has secured 1.5million Canadian dollars1 to accelerate its capacity to support musicians to achieve professional sound quality without using a sound engineer.

News story: Cultural impact of London universities celebrated at Inside Out Festival
25 September 2013

A talk at the National Portrait Gallery on Elizabeth I’s image as the Virgin Queen, a guided walk through a famous Shoreditch slum and a computing magic show at Somerset House are some of the fascinating events featuring academics from Queen Mary University of London in this autumn’s Inside Out Festival.

News story: Sunday Times Good University Guide 2014: Queen Mary rises up the ranks
23 September 2013

Economics, Law, Drama and Dentistry at Queen Mary University of London are among the subjects ranked in the UK Top 10, according to The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2014.

News story: New exhibition explores how we connect with our home’s history
20 September 2013

A new exhibition developed by the Geffrye Museum in collaboration with Queen Mary University of London researchers, explores the hidden histories of home, and how people imagine and engage with the lives of those who lived in their homes before them.

News story: Nanoscale neuronal activity measured for the first time
18 September 2013

A new technique that allows scientists to measure the electrical activity in the communication junctions of the nervous systems has been developed by a researcher at Queen Mary University of London.

News story: Queen Mary academics honoured by Academy of Social Sciences
13 September 2013

Three Queen Mary University of London academics have been admitted to the UK’s national body for social scientists, in recognition of their distinguished contribution to the field.

News story: Queen Mary climbs global league table
10 September 2013

A respected league table of the world’s universities has placed Queen Mary University of London in the UK Top 20 and in 115th position globally – up 32 places from 2012.

News story: E-cigarettes hailed ‘as effective’ as patches
8 September 2013

Electronic cigarettes are as effective as nicotine patches in helping smokers quit the habit, a study involving more than 650 smokers has found.

Sea Urchin nanoparticle News story: Accidental nanoparticle discovery could hail revolution in manufacturing
6 September 2013

A nanoparticle shaped like a spiky ball, with magnetic properties, has been uncovered in a new method of synthesising carbon nanotubes by physicists at Queen Mary University of London and the University of Kent.

News story: Queen Mary scientists uncover genetic similarities between bats and dolphins
4 September 2013

The evolution of similar traits in different species, a process known as convergent evolution, is widespread not only at the physical level, but also at the genetic level, according to new research led by scientists at Queen Mary University of London and published in Nature this week.

News story: Synthetic polymer could stop the spread of HIV
3 September 2013

A precisely designed macromolecule that mimics the binding of HIV to immune system cells could be used to stop the virus from physically entering the body, according to a new study led by a materials scientist at Queen Mary University of London.

© Sama Mara News story: Tea dance for all ages
2 September 2013

Get your dancing shoes and step back in time to the sounds of the roaring '20s, '30s and '40s at a tea dance at the People’s Palace, Queen Mary University of London.

News story: Queen Mary sports clubs to train at Copper Box Arena
27 August 2013

From September 2013, students at Queen Mary University of London will have access to state-of-the-art sports facilities at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, just 10 minutes by tube from the university’s Mile End campus.

Dr Dan Todman News story: New First World War TV sitcom gets expert commentary from QM historian
22 August 2013

A historian at Queen Mary University of London has provided expert commentary on a DVD to accompanying a new TV comedy set during World War One.

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