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2022

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.

The signing ceremonyQueen Mary signs significant cooperation agreement with the Polytechnic Foundation of the National Polytechnic Institute
14 January 2022

Queen Mary University of London has signed a landmark agreement with the Polytechnic Foundation of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN), Mexico. Covering 18 initiatives – from  fully funded scholarships to CPD courses and dual postgraduate degrees – the partnership will further strengthen the relationship between the institutions.

Blue pills. Credit: iStock.com News story: Optimising treatments for high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease could save lives, according to researchers
14 January 2022

A recent study shows that optimising medicines for high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease patients living in East London could reduce lifetime hospital costs and prevent cardiovascular events such as heart attacks and strokes.

News story: Queen Mary partners with Goldman Sachs for new degree apprenticeship
13 January 2022

Queen Mary University of London and Goldman Sachs are launching a new Global Markets degree apprenticeship, offering students a chance to gain four years of work experience at a world-leading investment firm and a degree from one of the world’s leading research-intensive universities. Those accepted will join September 2022.

News story: Eminent materials scientist joins Queen Mary
10 January 2022

Professor Sir Harshad "Harry" Kumar Dharamshi Hansraj Bhadeshia, the Indian-British metals expert is joining Queen Mary University of London.

Elizabeth Clare samples air to collect airborne DNA. Credit: Elizabeth Clare News story: DNA from air could revolutionize the way we measure animal biodiversity, say scientists
6 January 2022

Two new studies published today in the journal Current Biology show that environmental DNA (eDNA) collected from air can be used to detect a wide range of animal species and offers a novel, non-invasive approach to monitoring biodiversity. 

Man on smart phone. Credit: iStock.com News story: Graphene could replace rare metal used in mobile phone screens
6 January 2022

A new study, published in the journal Advanced Optical Materials, is the first to show graphene can replace Indium Tin Oxide (ITO) in an electronic or optical device.

News story: Queen Mary alumna completes incredible expedition to the South Pole
6 January 2022

Captain Preet Chandi, a Queen Mary University of London alumna, travelled 700 miles in just 40 days, capping a remarkable achievement.

Credit: Shaun Jeffers / Shutterstock.com News story: Queen Mary staff recognised in the New Year Honours List
1 January 2022

Congratulations to Queen Mary colleagues on their awards published in the latest New Year Honours List.