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Queen Mary academic’s new book explores the entanglement of technology and trauma
4 October 2022

Humanity’s reliance on technologies that narrate and circulate trauma as a cultural form is the focus of the latest work from Dr Yasmin Ibrahim, Professor of Digital Economy and Culture at Queen Mary University of London.

Queen Mary's Graduate Centre. Credit: Jack Hobhouse.Queen Mary University of London's Faculty of Science and Engineering to invest in 30 new research-focused permanent academic posts
4 October 2022

The new posts are part of an ambitious growth plan, further strengthening the Faculty's outstanding world-leading research. 

Children and young adults with Down Syndrome four times more likely to have diabetes
4 October 2022

Children and young adults* with Down Syndrome are four times more likely to be diagnosed with diabetes, according to new research led by Queen Mary University of London and King’s College London.

Suicide risk almost seven times higher after diagnosis of young onset dementia
3 October 2022

A study of nearly 600,000 people in England shows that suicide risk in the first three months following a dementia diagnosis for patients aged under 65 is nearly 7 times higher than in patients without dementia.

Queen Mary academic wins feminist political research award
29 September 2022

Kimberly Hutchings, Professor of Politics and International Relations, has been honoured with a prestigious accolade from the American Political Science Association (APSA).

Blog: Keir Starmer’s conference speech offered a clearer ideological position – even more ambition will now be needed
29 September 2022

Karl Pike, Lecturer in British Politics/Public Policy in the School of Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary University of London has written for The Conversation on the speech that Kier Starmer gave at the Labour Conference 2022.

Dr Phil Clare. Credit: Ian Wallman/Innovation Oxford.Queen Mary appoints Phil Clare as CEO of Queen Mary Innovation 
27 September 2022

Dr Clare will drive knowledge exchange and commercialisation of Queen Mary’s innovations in science, technology and the life sciences.

Healthcare workers more than three times more likely to have experienced burnout during the COVID-19 pandemic
27 September 2022

Healthcare professionals working during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic are up to 3.3-times more likely to be burned out compared to non-healthcare professionals, despite the rates of mental health issues being similar, according to new research led by Queen Mary University of London.

Queen Mary University of London confirmed as a leader in Research England’s second Knowledge Exchange Framework
27 September 2022

Strong results show Queen Mary’s commitment to collaboration between researchers and external partners for the benefit of the economy and society.

Queen Mary and Barts Health announce the appointment of new Clinical Team
23 September 2022

A new team of Deputy Directors of Clinical Research has been appointed jointly by Queen Mary University of London and Barts Health NHS Trust to support the work of recently appointed Director of Clinical Research, Professor Rupert Pearse.

Shoshanna and Zeharia Kohavi, whose baby was lost at an Israeli migrant camp in 1948Queen Mary research behind new exhibition to help find lost children of Jewish families in Israel
23 September 2022

A major new exhibition of research by Dr James Eastwood, Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary, aims to help Jewish migrant families uncover the fates of hundreds of children who disappeared in the early years of the State of Israel.

Credit: NatureTeams of bee-like drones are ready to 3D-print buildings
22 September 2022

 ‘The homes and cities of the future could be built with the help of autonomous robots,’ says Queen Mary’s Dr Ketao Zhang. 

Queen Mary becomes Science Council Employer Champion
20 September 2022

Queen Mary has joined the Science Council’s Employer Champion Programme. 

Blog: ‘Too afraid to have kids’ – how BirthStrike for Climate lost control of its political message
20 September 2022

Dr Heather McMullen, Lecturer at Queen Mary's Centre for Public Health & Policy, has co-written for The Conversation on her research into Birthstrike and its flaws before the campaign disbanded in 2021.

Matter at extreme conditions of very high temperature and pressure turns out to be remarkably simple and universal
20 September 2022

New discoveries open the way to a new understanding of supercritical matter 

Queen Mary students to gain valuable research experience through placements at the Alan Turing Institute
20 September 2022

Seven postgraduate research students from Queen Mary University of London have successfully been awarded an Enrichment placement at The Alan Turing Institute, starting in October.

Queen Mary students launch public health campaign after nitrous oxide causes rise in spinal complications among young people
20 September 2022

Medical students at Queen Mary University of London have launched a public health campaign to educate teenagers on the neurological risks of using nitrous oxide.

MRI Scan. Credit:iStock.com Blog: Monkeypox may cause neurological damage, including inflammation of the brain – new study
12 September 2022

James Brunton Badenoch from Queen Mary University of London has written for The Conversation on a new study on the effects of monkeypox.

Her Majesty The Queen, Elizabeth IIHer Majesty The Queen, Elizabeth II: 1926-2022
9 September 2022

It is with great sadness that we learn of the death of Her Majesty The Queen. We extend our deepest sympathies to The Royal Family at this very difficult time.

Blog: Interdisciplinary research should be central to student experience
8 September 2022

Professor Stephanie Marshall, Vice-Principal (Education) at Queen Mary University of London has written for Times Higher Education on how undergraduates can benefit and contribute to the pipeline of interdisciplinary research.

A child receives a vaccination from a doctor. Credit: istock.com/JoannaBoiadjievaCEG provides swift response to data needs for the Polio Booster Campaign
6 September 2022

Queen Mary’s Clinical Effectiveness Group (CEG) is collaborating with the NHS in North East London, providing intelligence to inform the logistics of the immunisation campaign and software tools to ease the burden for GPs.

Photo of Claudia Langenberg,  Director of new Precision Healthcare University Research InstituteQueen Mary appoints Claudia Langenberg as Director of new Precision Healthcare University Research Institute
5 September 2022

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Claudia Langenberg as the Director of Queen Mary’s new Precision Healthcare University Research Institute (PHURI).

Queen Mary appoints key role for its Digital Environment Research Institute
26 August 2022

Queen Mary University of London has announced the appointment of Professor David Leslie as Professor of Ethics, Technology and Society at the University’s Digital Environment Research Institute (DERI).

Blog: Five books you’ll like if you love The Odyssey
25 August 2022

Dr Rachel Bryant Davies, Lecturer in Comparative Literature at Queen Mary University of London, has written for the Conversation on suggested reads inspired by Homer’s Odyssey.

Queen's buildingLeading scholars join Queen Mary’s Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences
23 August 2022

20 new Fellows will join the Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences (IHSS) at Queen Mary University of London in the new academic year (2022/23). 

An aeriel photo of Brazilian wetlands. Credit https://www.istockphoto.com/photo/pantanal-photographed-in-corumb%C3%A1-mato-grosso-do-sul-pantanal-biome-brazil-gm1091836810-292934028Large-scale study of Brazilian wetlands ramps up evidence that biodiversity loss undermines ecosystem functioning
23 August 2022

A new study analyses human impacts on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in 72 lakes distributed across four large neotropical wetlands of Brazil – Amazon, Araguaia, Pantanal and Paraná. The research spans a 3.7million km gradient of human activities in Brazil.

(L-R) Cllr Jas Athwal Leader of Redbridge Council, Professor Stephanie Marshall, Vice Principal of Education at Queen Mary, Professor Anthony Warrens, Dean for Education, Faculty of Medicine and DentistryQueen Mary opens new medical campus in Ilford
22 August 2022

Redbridge Council has this week announced that Queen Mary University of London will be opening a satellite campus for the teaching of medicine in the heart of Ilford.

Queen Mary academic’s new book explores how to harness the power of creativity and innovation
18 August 2022

A newly published book by Dr SMA Moin, Associate Professor in Marketing at Queen Mary University of London, offers an insightful interdisciplinary perspective on the concepts of creativity and innovation.

Researchers offer solution to help tackle patient backlog in the NHS bowel cancer screening programme
17 August 2022

Research suggests that a solution for clearing the backlog of patients in the bowel cancer screening programme awaiting colonoscopy appointments is to raise the blood level on the test that triggers a colonoscopy invitation.

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