Professor Arunthathi Mahendran, Director for the Institute of Health Sciences Education
Another month, another crisis in the NHS. Faced with acute staffing shortages, the UK government recently announced plans for apprentice doctors, creating a pathway into medicine that doesn’t involve going to university.
Colm Murphy, Lecturer in British Politics in the School of Politics and International Relations has written for ‘Labour List’ on the the relationship between political ideas and power.
Dr Paul Balcombe and Maria Olczak from Queen Mary University of London have co-written for The Conversation on new research they have conducted into methane emissions and global regulations.
By Stephanie Marshall, Vice Principal (Education), Queen Mary University of London
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought about a host of new challenges for universities. But what is interesting, or perhaps frustrating for those within higher education, is that some long-standing, pre-existing hurdles remain.
Brigitte Granville, Professor of International Economics and Economic Policy in the School of Business & Management has written for Project Syndicate on the current bout of protests in France and French society’s political alienation and what can be done about it.
Professor Peter Hennessy from the School of History at Queen Mary University of London, recently appeared as a guest on the BBC Radio4 programme, Desert Island Discs. On the show each guest, referred to as a "castaway", is asked to choose eight recordings, a book and a luxury item that they would take if they were to be cast away on a desert island.
Tim Bale, Professor of Politics at Queen Mary University of London, has written for The Conversation on public attitudes to golliwogs - following reports that the home secretary reprimanded police for seizing a display of the dolls after they received a hate crime complaint.
Dr Maria Adamson, co-director of Queen Mary's Centre for Research in Equality & Diversity and senior lecturer in the School of Business & Management, has written for advocacy charity Working Families about how Covid lockdowns could make workplaces more welcoming to parents and carers.
Tim Bale, Professor of Politics at Queen Mary University of London, has written for The Conversation on the future of the Scottish National Party.
Dr Kiki Tianqi Yu, Senior Lecturer in Film at Queen Mary University of London, has written for The Conversation about the cultural significance of the Oscar-winning blockbuster 'Everything Everywhere All at Once'.
Güven Demirel, Senior Lecturer in Supply Chain Management at Queen Mary University of London, has co-written for The Conversation on how imperfect produce could tackle food waste and solve supermarket supply shortages.
Dr Elena Doldor, Reader in Organisational Behaviour at Queen Mary University has written for 'The Conversation' on managing people for the first time.
Energy has played a significant role in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, and is likely to play a role in any future peace settlement. Dr Tibisay Morgandi, lecturer in International Energy and Natural Resources Law explains in her newly published paper
Louise Ashley, Associate Professor in the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London has written for The Conversation on why elitism is endemic and top firms don’t really care.
Dr David Hone will appear on Dinosaur with Stephen Fry airing this Sunday 26th February on Channel Five. In this Q&A we find out more about the programme and David's career to date.
Professor Rainbow Murray from Queen Mary's School of Politics and International Relations has written for The Conversation on lessons to learn in the wake of Scotland's and New Zealand's leaders resigning this week.
Professor Sir Harry Bhadeshia will deliver his inaugural lecture at Queen Mary Presents on 8 February 2023.
When the size of the prize is so great, why is interdisciplinary research so often the exception, not the rule?
Professor Lars Chittka and Matilda Gibbons have co-written for the Conversation on insects' ability to feel pain.
Richard David Leslie, Professor of Diabetes and Autoimmunity at Queen Mary University of London, has written for the Conversation on stiff person syndrome.
Laleh Khalili, a Professor of International Politics at Queen Mary University of London, ethnographically observed the proceedings at COP27. She is currently researching a major project on the politics of hydrocarbons, after having won a British Academy/Leverhulme small grant to explore the subject. She is hoping to write a book about the everyday entanglements of hydrocarbons in all aspects of our lives.
Salina Cuddy, lecturer in sociolinguistics at Queen Mary University of London, has written for the Conversation on the linguistic practice of 'code-switching'.
Wolfson Institute of Population Health Professor of Primary Care Christopher Griffiths reflects on his experience at COP27.
Dr Chloe Orkin, Professor of HIV Medicine at Queen Mary University of London and Director of the SHARE collaborative, has written for The Conversation after leading an international collaboration of clinicians to publish the first case study series of monkeypox infection during the 2022 outbreak in cisgender (cis) and transgender (trans) women and non-binary individuals assigned as female at birth.
By Dr Fernando Barrio, School of Business and Management
The clock is ticking. The 27th United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of the Parties (COP27) is nearly halfway through. Beyond the nice words, some announcements designed to make headlines and more explanations about how bad the climate crisis is, COP27’s outputs and results are far from what the world expects and what the planet needs.
By Dr Teidorlang Lyngdoh, SBM
During the 27th United Nations Conference of the Parties (COP27), I was privileged to be a week one delegate for Queen Mary University of London’s School of Business and Management.
Ana Jorge Sobrido explains why she works on Sustainable Electrodes for Redox Flow Batteries
Sophie Harman, Professor of International Politics, in the School of Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary University of London has written for The Conversation on why women need to be involved at every level of decision-making in the response to Ebola in Uganda.
Yonghe Zhou, PhD student in Animal Psychology at Queen Mary University of London, has written for The Conversation about how bumblebees can help us understand the evolution of human memories.
Dr Felipe Antunes de Oliveira, Lecturer in Development and Global Governance in the School of Politics and International relations at Queen Mary University of London has written for 'E-International Relations' on the 2022 elections in Brazil.