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General practitioner reassuring a patient. Credit: iStock.com/AJ_WATT Blog: Five tips for young people dealing with long COVID – from a GP
20 May 2022

Dr Dipesh Gopal from Queen Mary's Wolfson Institute of Population Health has written for The Conversation giving advice for young people with long Covid.

Computers monitoring CCTV footage Blog: Queen Mary's Faculty of Science and Engineering celebrates its REF success
20 May 2022

Queen Mary University of London has excelled in the latest Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021, being ranked joint 7th in the UK for the quality of its research. This confirms once again the University’s status as one of the best research-intensive universities in the UK.

Blog: The rights of refugees in Africa are under threat: what can be done
18 May 2022

Professor Parvati Nair from Queen Mary's School of Languages, Linguistics and Film has written for The Conversation on the rights of refugees and the obligations of states.

Blog: There are reasons girls don’t study physics – and they don’t include not liking maths
9 May 2022

Dr Olivia Keenan from Queen Mary's School of Physical and Chemical Sciences has co-written for The Conversation on removing barriers to girls’ participation in physics.

Large group of Labour Party supporters at an election rally.Credit: tirc83/ IStockphoto.com Blog: Local elections: survey gives Labour huge lead in London ahead of vote
4 May 2022

Dr Patrick Diamond, Reader in Public Policy at Queen Mary University of London, has written for The Conversation on the Mile End Institute's polling of the the 2022 local government elections in London.

Blog: Twitter: not even Elon Musk is wealthy enough to bring absolute free speech to the platform – here’s why
26 April 2022

Eric Heinze, Professor of Law at Queen Mary University of London has written for The Conversation on Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter and the debate around free speech.

Blog: How the UK’s plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda is 21st-century imperialism
22 April 2022

Professor Parvati Nair from Queen Mary's School of Languages, Linguistics and Film has written for The Conversation on the UK's Rwanda asylum seeker policy.

Blog: Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron go head to head: why many French voters will be voting against a candidate rather than for them
22 April 2022

Professor Rainbow Murray from Queen Mary's School of Politics and International Relations has written for The Conversation on the upcoming French elections.

Blog: Unexplained wealth orders: how is the British law changing and will it stop dirty money circulating in London?
4 April 2022

Áine Clancy, PhD Candidate in the School of Law at Queen Mary University of London has written for The Conversation on the changes in law to prevent the spread of dirty money.

Blog: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine poses a threat to the control of drug-resistant TB in Europe and the world
4 April 2022

Dr Jessica Potter from Queen Mary's Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry has co-written for The Conversation on Russia's invasion of Ukraine threatening the fight against tuberculosis.

Couple speaking to a therapist. Credit: iStock.com Blog: Relationship help programmes may be more successful for people who have ‘sensitivity’ genes
22 March 2022

Professor Michael Pluess from Queen Mary's School of Biological and Behavioural Sciences has co-written for The Conversation on how genetics impacts therapy and similar relationship courses.

Blog: Regulating content won’t make the internet safer - we have to change the business models
21 March 2022

Professor Julia Hörnle, Chair of Internet Law at Queen Mary's Centre for Commercial Law Studies, has written for The Conversation about whether the UK Government's Online Safety Bill can really curb digital harms.

Blog: Animals have evolved to avoid overexploiting their resources – can humans do the same?
3 March 2022

Dr Axel Rossberg, Reader in Theoretical Ecology at Queen Mary University of London has written for The Conversation on why predators don't overexploit their prey, based on research published in Ecology Letters.

Blog: How CEG’s data scientists and support team are helping GP teams prevent measles outbreaks using software tools on practice patient records
2 March 2022

By Carol Dezateux, Professor of Clinical Epidemiology and Health Data Science at the Clinical Effectiveness Group (CEG), Queen Mary University of London

Blog: Ukraine: world financial markets have not broken sweat since the Russian escalation – why?
22 February 2022

Daniele Bianchi, Associate Professor of Finance at Queen Mary University of London, has written for The Conversation on how financial markets are affected by wars and other political events.

Blog: Considering buying a smart device? To protect your security, ask yourself these five questions
21 February 2022

Iain Nash, PhD researcher at Queen Mary's Centre for Commercial Law Studies, has written for The Conversation on how smart devices can present security risks.

Blog: Research Highways: celebrating our strengths
15 February 2022

By Andrew Livingston

Since I joined Queen Mary in 2019, I have been both excited and fascinated to learn about all of the fantastic research we undertake at Queen Mary, across all three of our faculties. There is no doubt that we are a world-leading research-intensive University.

Blog: Inflation will probably melt away in 2022 – central banks will do far more harm trying to tackle it
14 January 2022

Professor Brigitte Granville from Queen Mary's School of Business and Management has written for The Conversation on banks' efforts to tackle inflation.

Young woman about to receive a vaccine Blog: HPV vaccine cuts cervical cancer cases by almost 90% – but one in ten girls still haven’t been vaccinated
4 November 2021

Professor Carol Dezateux and Nicola Firman from Queen Mary University of London have co-written a piece for The Conversation on a recent study published in The Lancet, which found that the HPV vaccine cuts cervical cancer cases by nearly 90 per cent, and their research on the takeup.

Blog: DRC’s Tshisekedi has secured his power base: now it’s time to deliver
27 October 2021

Dr Reuben Loffman, Senior Lecturer in African History at Queen Mary has written for The Conversation on Félix Tshisekedi, president of the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the need for a programme of change that delivers for the Congolese people now that he has a firm grasp on politcal power.

Blog: What has happened to western Europe’s centre right?
14 October 2021

Professor Tim Bale from the School of Politics and International Relations has co-written an article for The Conversation analysing western Europe's centre right, looking at recent election results and trends in Germany and other nations.

Blog: Keir Starmer’s first conference speech as Labour leader was a serious affair – here’s what you need to know
30 September 2021

Dr Karl Pike, Lecturer in British Politics/Public Policy at Queen Mary University of London has written for the Conversation on Keir Starmer's speech at the Labour Party Conference in Brighton.

Blog: Labour conference: members aren’t quite tearing chunks out of each other but a distinct air of unease remains
28 September 2021

Professor Tim Bale from Queen Mary's School of Politics and International Relations has written for the Conversation on this year's Labour's Party Conference.

Blog: I’ve been talking to Afghans stuck on the Bosnian border – their predicament is horrifying
14 September 2021

Benedetta Zocchi, Leverhulme Trust Doctoral Scholar at Queen Mary University of London has written for The Conversation recounting the harrowing testimonials from Afghans on the Bosnian border.

Blog: Work as we knew it has changed. Time to think beyond the wage
13 September 2021

Dr William Monteith, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography at Queen Mary University of London has written for The Conversation on the concept of work and the need to reimagine it based on the experiences of the global majority.

Stock image of Labour party rosette. Credit: stocknshares/iStock.com Blog: Can Labour fix its relationship with its Muslim voters before it’s too late?
31 August 2021

Farah Hussain, PhD Researcher from the School of Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary University of London has written for The Conversation on whether Labour can build electoral support among Muslim communities.

Blog: Home schooling is hundreds of years old – here’s what its history teaches us about learning through play
11 August 2021

Dr Rachel Bryant Davies, Lecturer in Comparative Literature has written for The Conversation on how looking at historical playful learning can help us moving forward.

Blog: Has the Time Come to End Anonymity on Social Media?
9 August 2021

In response to recent discussions about social media and racism, the Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre and legal firm Mishcon de Reya have published a joint editorial piece tackling the issue of anonymity online.

Dr Jahnavi Daru Blog: Pregnant women need more information and options for treating their anaemia
4 August 2021

In this blog post, Dr Jahnavi Daru, Clinical Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, discusses her latest research showing the vast differences in iron treatments that are available for pregnant women with anaemia. Reflecting on her current experience as a pregnant woman and obstetrician, she highlights the need for open and transparent discussions between patient and clinician on the range of treatments that may be available.

Blog: 3,600 microphones and counting: how the sound of the Olympics is created
28 July 2021

Professor Joshua Reiss from Queen Mary's School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science has written for The Conversation on the audio history of the Olympics and Covid-19's impact on Olympic sound design.

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