A new study, published in PLOS ONE, has uncovered a remarkable connection between individuals' musical preferences and their moral values, shedding new light on the profound influence that music can have on our moral compass.
Queen Mary University of London marked its first ever Founders’ Day by bestowing two honorary degrees to Queen Mary alumni at a celebratory event.
From Thursday 30 November to Tuesday 12 December, COP28 will be bringing the international community together in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, in search of sustainable solutions to the climate crisis.
Discover the resilient and transformative efforts of museum professionals across the UK as they adapt, engage diverse audiences, and redefine collection strategies during the COVID-19 pandemic in a pioneering report from Queen Mary University of London
A collaborative study led by Dr. Christopher Gisriel at Yale University and Dr. Tanai Cardona at Queen Mary University of London, published in Frontiers in Plant Science, offers new insight on the origin and evolution of a unique type of photosynthesis that enables some bacteria, specifically cyanobacteria, to harness far-red light.
Three reports emerging from Queen Mary University of London have provided valuable insight into the management of severe acute malnutrition (SAM) – the most life-threatening form of malnutrition in children.
Professor Rainbow Murray from the School of Politics and International Relations has been awarded a €2M grant from the European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator scheme to study the representation of men in politics. She is one of 308 leading researchers across Europe who have been awarded funding in the ERC (2023) competition.
The transition away from a carbon-based economy depends upon the ability of workers and their organisations to take collective action to challenge the economic system according to new report from the Centre for Climate Crime and Climate Justice at Queen Mary University of London.
Sam Halvorsen, Reader in Human Geography from the School of Geography has written for 'The Conversation' on the newly elected Argentinian president Javier Milei
Mark White, Professor of History,from the School of History has written for 'The Conversation' on the JFK assassination 60 years on.
Queen Mary University of London has joined a major drug discovery partnership – beLAB1407.
Future cohorts of Queen Mary politics students will continue to have the opportunity to hear directly from MPs, peers, and parliamentary staff as part of their degree programme.
Researchers from Queen Mary University of London have been recognised for ranking in the top 1% by citations in their field for 2023.
Queen Mary University of London researchers have discovered a new immune mechanism in osteocytes, the most common type of bone cell, that could lead to new drugs for breast and prostate cancer.
"Nuclear power is the world’s second largest source of low-carbon power," writes Professor Kostya Trachenko, Professor of Physics at Queen Mary University London. And with the world searching for new sustainable energy innovations, it could hold the key to tackling the climate emergency."
Professor Fiona Walter, Director of the Wolfson Institute of Population Health, is one of 12 of the country’s leading cancer experts who have today (Wednesday 15 November) published a 10 point plan for the improvement of the UK’s cancer services.
A new study led by researchers from Queen Mary University of London and Barts Health NHS Trust shows a novel drug called Zilebesiran given as injection under the skin once every three or six months, successfully reduces high blood pressure (hypertension).
This is a major milestone for the Genes & Health study, which aims to improve health outcomes for people of Pakistani and Bangladeshi descent, who are often underrepresented in genomic studies.
Dr Samadi Galpayage, a recent Queen Mary University of London PhD graduate, and her team including Professor Lars Chittka, a world-renowned expert on bee behaviour, have been awarded the 12th “Pineapple Science Award” in Biology for their work on bumblebee play.
Research led by Queen Mary’s Professor Nelya Koteyko has been published in a new report Autistic adults’ experiences with social media: Creativity, Connectedness, and Control . The new report reveals how autistic users navigate and interact with diverse social media features, unravelling the complex relationship between linguistic and digital practices, individuality, and connectedness.
Clinical trials led by researchers at Queen Mary University of London lead to approval for anastrozole as a breast-cancer preventative drug.
A Season of Bangla Drama champions new writing and younger writers. Running until 26 November 2023, the festival is a partnership between Queen Mary University of London and Tower Hamlets Council.
The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) has announced new funding for the London Interdisciplinary Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership (LISS DTP) – of which Queen Mary University of London is a key partner.
Four postgraduate research students from Queen Mary University of London have successfully been awarded an Enrichment placement at The Alan Turing Institute. They will be able to gain valuable research experience through the placements.
Queen Mary University of London has been awarded the Excellence in Digital Health Education Award at the third Med-Tech Awards Event held in Valletta, Malta.
In a momentous announcement, Dr Nil Palabiyik, a distinguished Lecturer in Medieval and Early Modern Studies at the School of English and Drama, has emerged as one of the esteemed laureates of the 2023 Philip Leverhulme Prize.
On 2 November 2023, Queen Mary University of London hosted an event around safe and responsible artificial intelligence (AI) in partnership with The Alan Turing Institute, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on AI, and Big Innovation Centre.
President and Principal of Queen Mary University of London, Professor Colin Bailey CBE, along with other members of the University’s delegation, met with the Mexican bank Citibanamex last week (Friday 27 October).
A new study led by Queen Mary University of London finds that people who were referred to urgent suspected cancer pathways, but were found not to have cancer, have a higher than expected risk of cancer in subsequent years. These findings suggest that this cohort of patients would benefit from additional support to help them manage down these risks of cancer.
A study led by Dr Emma Magavern from the Centre of Clinical Pharmacology and Precision Medicine at Queen Mary University of London has gathered detailed insights from the British South Asian community that could lead to more successful implementation of genetic testing to help tailor the use of routine medications.
New book from Queen Mary academic Professor Ruth Ahnert, an early modern book historian, and Dr. Sebastian E. Ahnert, a physicist specialising in complex networks, brings to light the complex power dynamics, the spy-craft, and the intrigues that defined the Tudor era (1509-1603).
A major new report published today highlights Queen Mary University of London's economic and social impact.
On Friday 27 October, President and Principal of Queen Mary University of London, Professor Colin Bailey CBE, signed a memorandum of understanding with the National Association of Universities and Higher Education Institutions (ANUIES) on a delegation trip to Mexico. Queen Mary is the first UK university to sign such an agreement with ANUIES.
President and Principal Colin Bailey CBE has this week (Wednesday 25 October to Friday 27 October) visited Mexico on a delegation. As part of this, he met with the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation (SECTEI) in Mexico City to sign a memorandum of understanding that opens up potential education and research opportunities between Queen Mary University of London and SECTEI and their partner universities.
A leading expert in medical robotics and artificial intelligence at Queen Mary University of London, Professor Kaspar Althoefer, is part of a research group that has been awarded €10m highly competitive European Research Council (ERC) Synergy grant.
Every day we consume food and water contaminated with microplastics – tiny pieces of plastic debris resulting from the disposal and breakdown of consumer products and industrial waste.
What is this doing to our bodies?
Queen Mary University of London has appointed Professor Daniel Todman as its new Deputy Vice-Principal for Humanities and Social Sciences
Daniele Bianchi, Senior Lecturer from the School of Economics and Finance has written for 'The Conversation' on how the Israel-Hamas war could affect the world economy and worsen global trade tensions.
Queen Mary University of London is delighted to announce that Professor Paul Evans has been appointed as the new Dean for Research Impact for the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry.
Results from a clinical trial carried out by researchers at Barts Health NHS Trust and Queen Mary University of London show that a new combination of drugs doubles overall survival for patients with bladder cancer that has spread (metastatic bladder cancer).
Ginestra Bianconi, Professor of Applied Mathematics at Queen Mary University of London, and Alan Turing Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute has been elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS) for 2023. The American Physical Society was formed to advance the knowledge of physics to benefit humanity. Since 1921, the APS Fellowship signifies peer recognition of exceptional contributions to physics through original research, innovative applications, teaching, and leadership.
A new study carried out in mice, led by Queen Mary University of London, has identified cells that drive the spread of pancreatic cancer and discovered a weakness in these cells that could be targeted using existing drugs. This offers a promising new approach for treating pancreatic cancer.
The prize winners – new writers who have yet to publish a full-length book – were announced last week and will receive prizes of £1,000 as well as mentoring and publication.
Any divestment from BP and Shell by investors is cancelled out by the top 20 mega-shareholders’ acquisition of shares according to new report from the Centre for Climate Crime and Climate Justice at Queen Mary University of London
New Centre for Eurasian, Russian, and East European Studies (CEREES) at Queen Mary University of London is a cross-disciplinary hub dedicated to advancing research, training, and exchange on the Eurasian region.
Plastic pollution has now been detected in clouds, raising the prospect of 'plastic rainfall'. The shocking findings are the latest indication of the serious global impact of plastic waste. How can we tackle and limit some of the worst potential impacts of microplastics?
The new initiative will generate a critical mass of new social ventures big enough to raise a permanent self-sustaining fund that will back university social ventures emerging across the capital.
On Monday 9 and Tuesday 10 October, academics from Queen Mary University of London and Cornell University met on the Queen Mary, Malta campus on the island of Gozo for a workshop on transnational migration.
Major blood loss is experienced by many severely injured patients, and it contributes to the death of more than half of the 4.4 million people who die from trauma every year across the world. It is the most common preventable cause of death in the trauma population.
Researchers at Queen Mary University of London have developed a new organ-on-a-chip model of the human synovium, a membrane-like tissue that lines the joints. The model, published in the journal Biomedical Materials, could help researchers better understand the mechanisms of arthritis and develop new treatments for this group of debilitating diseases.
Researchers at Queen Mary University of London’s Precision Healthcare Research Institute (PHURI) and the Berlin Institute of Health (BIH) at Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin have identified the genetic causes of Raynaud’s phenomenon.
Dr Patrick McGurk and Dr Xue Zhou of the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London, ‘highly commended’ in the BAM Education Practice Award Experienced Practitioner category
Only a third of countries that have published plans to limit greenhouse gas emissions and prepare for climate shocks have committed to upholding the sexual and reproductive health rights of women, girls and other marginalised people in these plans, according to a new report from Queen Mary University of London and UNFPA, the UN’s sexual and reproductive health agency.
On Friday 29 September, Queen Mary University of London welcomed a delegation from the University of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (UCASS) – and explored ways that the two institutions could work together in the future.
Tim Bale, Professor of Politics from the School of Politics and International Relations has written for 'The Conversation' on Harry Hill and Steve Brown’s 'Tony! The Tony Blair Rock Opera'
Matthew Beach ,PhD student from the School of Geography has written for 'The Conversation' on our complex relationship with the oceans’ anti-heroes, Jellyfish.
A team of researchers from Queen Mary University of London and the University of Campinas in Brazil has found that tropical forest ecosystems are more reliant on aquatic insects than temperate forest ecosystems and are therefore more vulnerable to disruptions to the links between land and water.
Giulia Vivaldi, Statistician and Epidemiologist on the COVIDENCE UK study from Queen Mary University of London, has written for The Conversation on a new study that suggests 'long colds' may exist.
A new study from Queen Mary University of London, published in The Lancet’s EClinicalMedicine, has found that people may experience long-term symptoms —or ‘long colds’—after acute respiratory infections that test negative for COVID-19.
Dr Stella Ladi, Professor in Public Policy in the School of Business and Management, at Queen Mary University of London has been appointed as Editor of the European Political Science Journal (EPS).
Giorgos Gouzoulis Associate Professor in Human Resource Management and Giorgos Galanis, Senior Lecturer in Applied Economics, have been honoured with a prestigious accolade from the Karl Renner Institute and the SPÖ Parliamentary Club.
Queen Mary University of London is pleased to announce 10 new permanent academic positions in the Faculty of Science and Engineering. These positions will further strengthen the faculty's rapidly expanding, world-leading research following an excellent performance in the latest UK Research Excellence Framework (REF 2021) in which the university was ranked 7th in the UK based on research quality (i.e., outputs/publications).
“Nitrous oxide (NOX/N2O) can damage your spinal cord and cause serious, permanent disability” - that is the message to young people in Tower Hamlets as part of a programme to highlight the consequences of using the drug.
Queen Mary University of London was delighted to receive a visit from the President of the Polytechnic Foundation of Mexico, Mr Jesús Padilla Zenteno. This was an opportunity to strengthen the ties between both institutions and cement the landmark agreement signed in 2022.
We are pleased to announce the shortlists for the 2023 Queen Mary Wasafiri New Writing Prize, judged by Leila Aboulela (Fiction), Aanchal Malhotra (Life Writing), and Caleb Femi (Poetry), and chaired by Diana Evans. Based at Queen Mary University of London, Wasafiri is the UK’s leading magazine for international contemporary writing.
Queen Mary University of London academics launch new web resource, revealing historical records of two fifteenth-century ledgers of the Bruges and London branches of the Milanese bank Filippo Borromei and partners.
Queen Mary remains a strong performer in this year’s Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) – published 27 September - across a range of different areas.
One-hour training is enough for people to carry a task alone with their supernumerary robotic arms as effectively as with a partner, study finds.
A Queen Mary Team, led by Dr Lei Su, Reader in Photonics at the School of Engineering and Materials Science, has been awarded a highly competitive £1m EPSRC Adventurous Manufacturing Grant that supports high-risk and adventurous ideas.
Dr Maria Crespo-Ribadeneyra, Lecturer in Green Energy at Queen Mary University of London, in collaboration with The Tyre Collective, a startup capturing tyre pollution from vehicles, developed batteries and pressure sensors from tyre wear particles. Their work is currently on display at Material Matters, one of the UK's leading exhibitions of innovative materials in the OXO Tower Gallery.
Queen Mary University of London is delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Nitzan Rosenfeld as the new Director of the Barts Cancer Institute from 1 February 2024.
A delegation from Queen Mary University of London travelled to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil this September to celebrate partnership achievements in the country. Partners said “tudo bem” to deepening research and education collaborations.
The most comprehensive study to date investigating whether e-cigarettes are a gateway into or out of smoking finds that, at the population level, there is no sign that e-cigarettes and other alternative nicotine delivery products promote smoking.
Dr Sydney Calkin, Reader in Human Geography in the School of Geography at Queen Mary University of London has written for 'The Conversation' on global trends in abortion laws over the past 30 years, highlighting that while many countries have liberalised their abortion laws, only a few, including the United States, have restricted abortion rights.
New research from Queen Mary University of London, published in iScience, shows an increased risk of blood clots in women who have any combination of a particular gene mutation, oestrogen use, or common medical conditions – specifically: obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and kidney disease.
New research from Queen Mary University of London and published in the Journal of Hypertension, shows the Government has failed to reduce population salt intakes and consequently improve public health in England since 2014 – putting thousands of lives at risk.
Felipe Gonzalez, Senior Lecturer in the School of Economics and Finance at Queen Mary University of London has written for 'History Today' on how privatisation of Chile’s natural resources was a pillar of Augusto Pinochet’s military dictatorship.
Professor Noam Shemtov has been chosen by the European Patent Office (EPO) to feature on their prestigious list of “50 Leading Tech Voices”; a list of 50 celebrated international experts in the field of sustainable innovation throughout the years.
Professor Arunthathi Mahendran delivered her inaugural lecture ‘What is the vision for the future of medical education... AI of course! That’s Affective Intelligence’ following her appointment as Institute Director for the Institute of Health Sciences Education (IHSE) at Queen Mary University of London.
Queen Mary University of London has launched a new transnational education programme in Hainan with the Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT).
A new paper published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B used environmental DNA (eDNA) metabarcoding to analyze fish and zooplankton communities. The study found that the movement of water between freshwater bodies, or freshwater connectivity, can transport eDNA. This highlights the potential of eDNA to provide a comprehensive view of freshwater biodiversity.
Dr Jessica Agnew-Blais, Lecturer in Psychology at Queen Mary University of London, gives her tips on making the transition to university for students with ADHD, or for those who suspect they may have it.
A new book by Queen Mary University of London Physics Professor Kostya Trachenko, "Theory of Liquids," provides a theory of the most important properties of liquids, such as their energy and heat capacity. This book explains the recent developments in theory, experiment, and modeling that have enabled us to understand the behavior of excitations in liquids and the impact of this behavior on energy, heat capacity, and other basic properties.
Queen Mary University of London is delighted to announce that Kate Thornton and Professor Julia Hörnle have been shortlisted for the Times Higher Education (THE) Awards 2023.
Professor Andrew Livingston, Vice-Principal (Research and Innovation) at Queen Mary University of London, comments on the UK government confirming the UK's participation in the world’s largest research collaboration programme, Horizon Europe.
Maggie Inchley, Reader in Contemporary Theatre and Performance, has been honoured with a prestigious accolade from the Theatre and Performance Research Association (TaPRA).
Professor Emma Griffin has been appointed head of the School of History at Queen Mary University of London.
Dr Louise Ashley, Associate Professor in the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London has written for The Conversation on how city leaders often appear reluctant to discuss London’s role in growing levels of regional inequality.
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) is celebrating two major research wins, with two academics awarded prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grants for their groundbreaking, ambitious research. Overall, ERC awarded 400 grants to early-career researchers across Europe, including 32 in the UK.
A new international study led by Queen Mary University of London has shown mpox (formerly known as monkeypox) infections to be less severe among those who are vaccinated or had a previous infection in 2022, underlining the importance and effectiveness of vaccination.
A recent collaborative study conducted by accounting and finance scholars highlights the pivotal role played by the M&A (Mergers and Acquisitions) market in assessing the worth of technological assets.
Scientists from Queen Mary University of London have discovered two new genes that cause head and neck cancer patients to be resistant to chemotherapy, and that silencing either gene can make cancer cells previously unresponsive to chemotherapy subsequently respond to it.
Queen Mary University of London is proud to announce a new Centre for Preventive Neurology (CPN), based in the Wolfson Institute of Population Health (WIPH). This will be the only Centre for Preventive Neurology in the UK.
On Tuesday, August 29, Professor Sir Colin Humphreys was a guest on the BBC Radio 4 programme The Life Scientific. Hosted by Professor Jim Al-Khalili, the programme explored Humphreys' life and work as a materials scientist and engineer.
Dr Emma Magavern, from Queen Mary’s William Harvey Research Institute, has written for The Conversation on new research around clopidogrel’s effectiveness.
A review of the international effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on cancer prevention, led by researchers at Queen Mary University of London, found that prevention services were severely affected in the early months, and in some places are still recovering.
A new study led by Dr. Xuekun Lu from Queen Mary University of London in collaboration with an international team of researchers from the UK and USA has found a way to prevent lithium plating in electric vehicle batteries, which could lead to faster charging times. The paper was published in the journal Nature Communications.
Researchers from Queen Mary University of London have made a discovery that could change our understanding of the universe. In their study published in Science Advances, they reveal, for the first time, that there is a range in which fundamental constants can vary, allowing for the viscosity needed for life processes to occur within and between living cells. This is an important piece of the puzzle in determining where these constants come from and how they impact life as we know it.
Queen Mary University of London is launching a public engagement campaign called Proud to be an Engineer and looking for engineers who would like to participate. The campaign is part of the university’s commitment to equality, diversity, and inclusion, and is designed to raise awareness of the challenges faced by underrepresented engineers and to inspire the next generation of engineers from all backgrounds.
The price of making it to the top is still frequently motherhood, indicating that flexible working and equal opportunity initiatives continue to fail in their purpose according to a new book by Queen Mary University of London, Senior Lecturer Dr Patrizia Kokot-Blamey
A new study by researchers at Queen Mary University of London has found that a commonly prescribed medication used to prevent heart attacks is much less likely to benefit people of Bangladeshi and Pakistani ancestry, compared to people of European decent.
Morris Brown, Professor of Endocrine Hypertension at the William Harvey Heart Centre at Queen Mary University of London, will be honoured by The Endocrine Society as one of the 14 winners of its prestigious 2024 Laureate Awards.
IHSS Fellow and Strategic Senior Lecturer in Queen Mary University of London’s School of Law has been awarded a highly competitive grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to support ground-breaking work on access to care for women from ethnic minority and migrant groups.
Maria Bada, Lecturer in Psychology at the School of Biological and Behavioural Sciences, will play a key role in a new research project aimed at improving cyber security for small businesses.
New research from School of Business and Management academic Dr Zahra Sharifonnasabi reveals the complexities of transnational workers lives and how the impact of the proposed UK Government visa fee hike could damage the UK economy.
NEW research by Action on Sugar, based at Queen Mary University of London, has revealed that both breakfast cereals and yogurts with packaging that appeals to children, have unnecessary amounts of sugars – with some products containing the equivalent of up to four teaspoons of sugar (per suggested serving).
Dr Louise Ashley, Associate Professor in the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London has written for The Conversation on how subtle forms of sexism in financial services led to recent City scandals.
Ahead of A-level results day, Queen Mary University of London is reminding students of the opportunities and support available that accompany studying in London.
This month Queen Mary University of London welcomed more than 20 promising A level students from schools around the capital into their Barts Cancer Institute.
Amid the cost of living crisis in a world getting rapidly hotter, a new report published today reveals the staggering £113bn cash earnings of BP and Shell shareholders.
A new study by an international team of scientists has revealed that while European river systems have seen significant improvement in biodiversity since the 20th century, progress has slowed since 2010.
From August, as part of a new campaign by NHS North East London and Queen Mary University of London, GP practices will be asking their patients four question about their day-to day lives in order to gain a more holistic picture of their health.
On September 13-14, 2023, Queen Mary University of London will host the annual iGGi Con, organised by the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Intelligent Games and Game Intelligence (iGGi). The conference will provide an excellent opportunity for the games industry and the wider public to connect with researchers presenting their innovative work and findings. Registration for the conference is now open, and early registration is recommended as places are limited.
Dr Emmanouil Benetos, School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, has been announced as a recipient of the prestigious Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship to research resource-efficient machine listening.
The School of Business and Management has been accredited with the Small Business Charter (SBC) Award.
Arunthathi (Arundi) Mahendran, Professor of Education and Director of the Institute of Health Sciences Education (IHSE) at Queen Mary University of London, has been distinguished by the award of a National Teaching Fellowship from Advance HE.
A chemical process used in the browning of food to give it its distinct smell and taste is probably happening deep in the oceans, where it helped create the conditions necessary for life, according to researchers in an article published today by prestigious journal Nature.
Queen Mary University of London has been awarded the Friendly WiFi certification standard, ensuring its new WiFi service for visitors filters out inappropriate content – creating a safe user experience and a comfortable and enjoyable browsing experience for all who visit the University’s campuses.
E-cigarettes (vapes) may be more effective than nicotine patches for pregnant women trying to quit smoking, research led by Queen Mary University of London and funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR), has found.
A new NIHR Dementia and Neurodegeneration Policy Research Unit (DeNPRU) is to be co-led by Queen Mary University of London and the University of Plymouth.
Researchers from Queen Mary University of London, along with collaborators from China and USA have developed an L3 F-TOUCH sensor to enhance tactile capabilities in robots, allowing it to "feel" objects and adjust its grip accordingly.
Dr Maggie Inchley, Reader in Contemporary Theatre and Performance and Director of Schools Engagement (Drama) has written for 'The Conversation' on The National Theatre’s new “verbatim play”, Grenfell: in the words of survivors.
Queen Mary University of London was delighted to award Alex Scott an Honorary Fellowship for her invaluable and distinctive contribution to the world of sport. Alex took time out from her busy schedule leading the BBC’s coverage of the Women’s World Cup 2023, to receive the award at a graduation ceremony on 24 July alongside Queen Mary graduates.
The British Academy has elected Queen Mary University of London Professor of Sociolinguistics, Professor Devyani Sharma, as a new Fellow.
Graduates from Queen Mary University of London’s Institute of Dentistry were awarded at this year’s prestigious University of London Gold Medal Viva for Dentistry.
An international research team from Queen Mary University of London, UK and the Rovereto Civic Museum Foundation, Italy has made a groundbreaking discovery regarding reptiles and their ability to match visual and auditory information.
Dr Eva Nanopoulos, Senior Lecturer in Law has written for the 'The Law and Political Economy (LPE) Project' on the contradictions surrounding the concept and practice of "peaceful sanctions" in international law.
On Wednesday 12th July, Professor Wen Wang, Vice-Principal for Science & Engineering, visited the refurbishment project taking place on the 4th floor of the Landin Building along with all the Heads of School within the Faculty of Science & Engineering to observe the progress of the project.
Queen Mary University of London's Dr Jessica Agnew-Blais is leading a new study that aims to provide a better understanding of Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), particularly how it progresses over time, and will gather much-needed new evidence on how ADHD presents in girls and women. The study is part of three projects that have been awarded £2.4m by the Medical Research Council (MRC) to bridge the knowledge gap in ADHD.
Queen Mary University of London was delighted to celebrate four outstanding recipients of honorary awards as part of its Summer Graduation.
In the next 20 years, there will be a substantial global rise in multimorbidities, with consequences for patients, carers, healthcare systems and society. Addressing this challenge requires a shift in the prevailing clinical, educational, and scientific thinking and organisation.
Queen Mary University of London student Batul Chehab was selected from hundreds of students in the nation-wide Student Social Mobility Awards
On Thursday 13 July, 22 students at Queen Mary University of London’s Malta campus graduated from the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) programme at the Cittadella in Gozo.
This Friday, the International Conference on Membranes (ICOM) celebrates the remarkable contributions of esteemed scientist Professor Andrew Livingston, Vice Principal for Research and Innovation at Queen Mary University of London.
A new 145-million-year-old pterosaur (extinct flying reptiles that lived alongside the dinosaurs) was named today by a team of British, American and German researchers.
Professor Kaspar Althoefer from Queen Mary University of London has made groundbreaking advancements in the field of soft robotics for minimally invasive surgery
Queen Mary alumna Annabel Fabian wins Roundhouse Poetry Slam 2023 at renowned spoken word event at the prestigious London venue, Roundhouse in Camden.
An overdosed gene on chromosome 21 causes people with Down’s Syndrome to age faster than the general population.
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) is delighted to announce that its inter-school astrobiology initiative has been awarded a prestigious Leverhulme Trust Research Project grant.
In a study published recently in Advanced Intelligent Systems, researchers from Queen Mary University of London have made significant advancements in the field of bionics with the development of a new type of electric variable-stiffness artificial muscle that possesses self-sensing capabilities. This innovative technology has the potential to revolutionize soft robotics and medical applications.
Geography undergraduate degree programmes at Queen Mary University of London have been accredited by the Royal Geographical Society(with IBG).
Experts at Queen Mary University of London, University College London (UCL), and Great Ormond Street Hospital are joining forces with researchers in Germany to develop pioneering treatments for children diagnosed with brain tumours, following major new funding from the UK’s leading brain tumour charity.
New research, led by Queen Mary University of London, has unpicked the threads linking statin use, ethnicity and the risk of developing young-onset cataracts in British people with South Asian ancestry.
Researchers and students from Queen Mary University of London’s Digital Environment Research Institute (DERI) came together with industry partners and experts from other universities to discuss artificial intelligence (AI)’s significant potential for drug discovery at the UKRI/BBSRC AI for Drug Discovery Summer Symposium, hosted by the Collaborative Training Partnership (CTP), led by Exscientia.
Queen Mary University of London recently partnered with the Odessa National Medical University in Ukraine. As part of this partnership, students will be offered a six-week clinical attachment at the Barts Health Hospital.
Medhini Pathirana came to Queen Mary through Clearing to study Politics and International Relations. Despite the change in plans, Medhini shares why entering Clearing was “the best choice” for her and her words of wisdom for students getting their results this year.
Queen Mary University and University of Sussex researchers have used materials inspired by molecular gastronomy to create smart wearables that surpassed similar devices in terms of strain sensitivity
Dr Tessa Baker, Reader in Cosmology at Queen Mary University of London, has co-written for The Conversation on the European Space Agency’s upcoming Euclid mission.
Queen Mary University of London’s Dr Sharon Ellis has been appointed by UK Research & Innovation (UKRI) as a Council Member for Research England.
Dr Natalya Chernyshova, Lecturer in Modern European History has written for 'The Conversation' on the Failed Wagner Group coup exposing Putin's lack of control, while Lukashenko of Belarus leveraged the situation to position himself as a savior who prevented a civil war in Russia.
Dr Natalya Chernyshova, Lecturer in Modern European History has written for 'The Conversation' on Russia’s threat to station nuclear warheads in Belarus.
To mark Women in Engineering Day (June 23), meet some of the trailblazing women in engineering at Queen Mary.
Marking the 75th anniversary of the arrival of HMT Empire Windrush, Wasafiri, the magazine of international contemporary writing, is excited to announce the publication of Windrush: Writing the Scandal.
Queen Mary University and The London Symphony Orchestra launch collection of learning resources exploring the sound world of Alice’s adventures in Wonderland and Through the looking-glass.
Nearly 700 students graduated from Queen Mary’s joint programme with Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT) on Monday 19 June, with an alumni chapter launch event for Beijing held on Saturday 17 June.
Jeremy Hicks, Professor of Russian Culture and Film in the School of Languages, Linguistics and Film has written for 'The Conversation' on the the award-winning documentary banned by Russia for its reminder of a cruel past.
A study of the DNA of more than 55,000 people worldwide has shed light on how we maintain healthy blood sugar levels after we have eaten, with implications for our understanding of how the process goes wrong in type 2 diabetes.
Márta Korbonits, Professor in Endocrinology and Metabolism at Queen Mary University of London, has been selected as one of 13 leading endocrinologists to receive a prestigious 2023 Laureate Award from the Endocrine Society.
Brigitte Granville, Professor of International Economics and Economic Policy in the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London has written for 'Project Syndicate' on the relationship between debt distress and climate investment and emphasises the need for innovative approaches to address this issue.
Queen Mary University of London Professor of Haemostasis and Thrombosis, Professor John Pasi, has been awarded an MBE in The King’s Birthday Honours List 2023.
On International Day of Family Remittances, as migrants around the world grapple with the rising cost-of-living, a new report points to lessons learned from the pandemic about what underpins remittances through crises.
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) has been awarded £960,000 from the UK government to investigate wireless technology for spaced-based solar power (SBSP).
Queen Mary University of London have partnered with the NHS London Violence Reduction Programme to launch the Violence Reduction Academy (VRA).
Approximately 7,000 people attended this year’s Festival of Communities, which ran from Saturday 10 to Sunday 11 June.
A new family of DNA elements which control the activation of certain genes to cause a rare disease known as 'MSL3 syndrome’ in children has been identified.
Clinicians at Queen Mary University of London and Barts Hospital have identified a gene variant that causes a common type of hypertension (high blood pressure) and a way to cure it, new research published today in Nature Genetics shows.
Melanoma skin cancer cells radically rewire their internal power systems to drive their spread to other parts of the body, a new study shows.
Philip Cowley and Alan Wager from the School of Politics at Queen Mary University of London, has written for 'Theos' where they unpack Theos’ data on the public’s views of certain religious beliefs being held by people in office.
The lived experiences of Black African women living with HIV have for the first time been brought together in a new book.
Studies in zebrafish which could give insight into the neurobiology underlying mental health disorders and addiction in humans are going on show at the Royal Society’s Summer Science Exhibition from July 4th – 9th, 8am-6pm.
An international team of researchers has discovered that thousands of ambient air quality monitoring stations around the world are unwittingly recording more than just atmospheric pollutants and dust: they are also likely collecting biodiversity data in the form of environmental DNA (eDNA).
Researchers from Queen Mary University of London analysed 2.6 million posts on popular social media network Nextdoor and accurately predicted individuals’ income by solely examining the posts they’ve published.
We must remember that while social mobility is a valuable goal, it’s not one with which all students are willing or able to conform, say Louise Ashley and William Monteith in 'The Times Education'.
Researchers from Queen Mary University of London speculate that social factors and genetic susceptibility may contribute to the predominance
Annihilation in the red wall, an exit for a top leadership contender and a parliamentary party stuffed with southerners and Oxbridgers - Tim Bale, Professor of Politics at Queen Mary University of London, has written for The Conversation on how losing the next election could shape the Conservatives
Professor Janet De Wilde, Director of the Queen Mary Academy, has been appointed chair of a new European University Association (EUA) transnational education thematic peer group.
Pathogenesis: How Germs Made History, a new book that explores the role of germs in shaping humanity, will be serialised and broadcast each weekday morning on BBC Radio 4 at 9.45am from today (Monday 29th May).
Queen Mary Professor Gabriele Travaglini was recently awarded a Leverhulme Research Fellowship and has written the following article for the Leverhulme Trust Newsletter.
Queen Mary’s Research and Innovation Awards recognise the excellent people and teams that make creative, dynamic and world-class research and innovation possible at Queen Mary.
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.
Action on Sugar, the expert group based at Queen Mary University of London, along with 16 NGOs are calling for the Health Secretary, Steve Barclay, to release the much-awaited Commercial Baby Food and Drink Guidelines, as data shows the main contributor of sugars in infants, aged four to nine months, is coming from shop brought baby foods – in particular fruit-based and cereal-based foods.
A newly published book by Mark Heffernan, Teaching Fellow at Queen Mary University of London, reveals insightful practical steps and activities that will take teachers on the journey from covert to overt teaching.
A group of researchers including Queen Mary Professor Hazel Screen have been exploring what causes tendon damage in horses and have discovered that a particular region of the tendon called the interfascicular matrix (IFM) seems to be the source of ageing changes. As horse and human tendons are similar, these significant findings can now help us understand the cell populations that drive tendon injury in humans to identify and test new treatments.
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.
A joint research proposal by Queen Mary University of London and QinetiQ for the future development of electromagnetic materials has been awarded £2.6 million by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
The arrival of Professor Maik Pietzner as the new Chair for Health Data Modelling, shows that Queen Mary’s new Precision Healthcare University Research Institute (PHURI) continues to attract top academic talent from around the world.
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.
New research from Queen Mary University of London shows that only around 13% of global methane emissions are regulated, despite methane emissions causing at least 25% of current global warming.
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.
Restaurants and takeaway companies are drowning our food in salt and failing to meet the voluntary salt reduction targets as new research by Action on Salt, the expert research group based at Queen Mary University of London, reveals half of all pizzas sold in the UK provide a days’ worth (or more) of salt per pizza.
The annual Festival of Communities provides two action-packed days of fun for people of all ages, showcasing exciting research and offering lots of entertainment in a celebration of East London.
Newly published research paper ‘The War in Ukraine Raises Questions About Patents for Secret Inventions’ calls for the Ukraine Government to consider the long-term implications of keeping patented inventions secret once the conflict ends.
A structure surrounding ovarian cancer trains cells called macrophages to protect the tumour from immune attack, according to new research led by Queen Mary University of London. The work uncovers tactics that the tumour uses to disarm the immune system and points towards potential therapeutic strategies to overcome the cancer’s defences and treat patients more effectively.
Developing better connections between ethnic minority patients and health care professionals could drive more positive health care experience for ethnic minority patients, researchers have found.
Queen Mary University of London’s QMentoring programme received a commendation for the Widening Access Initiative (Retention and Progression) Award at the 2023 NEON Awards.
Gillian Keegan MP, the Secretary of State for Education, met with students and senior leadership from Queen Mary to discuss the importance of educational and vocational opportunities for students and Queen Mary’s work in this area.
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.
This week Queen Mary University of London held the opening ceremony for their new satellite campus for the teaching of medicine in the heart of Ilford.
In 2022, a significant investment led to an upgrade allowing everyone with a computer and an internet connection to operate the observatory dome, three telescopes and state-of-the-art CCD cameras remotely.
Intellectual property law expert in Queen Mary University of London’s School of Law has been awarded highly competitive grant from the British Academy to support ground-breaking work on the role of intellectual property (IP) in COVID-19 vaccine manufacturing and supply
Queen Mary’s Leila Pooriakia and Monzur Chowdhury pipped out thousands of students to be named as undergraduates of the year in the nation-wide TARGETjobs Undergraduate of the Year Awards.
Alleged misconduct generally reduces public support for political candidates, but many people would still vote for someone accused of sexual harassment, according to a new paper in the journal Electoral Studies from Queen Mary University of London and Brunel University London.
Mainstream social media platforms need redesigning to avoid deepening social exclusion of autistic people, according to Queen Mary University of London research published today at CHI (Human Factors in Computing Systems) conference during Autism Acceptance Month.
Genes & Health, a pioneering genetic research programme that aims to improve health for British Bangladeshi and British Pakistani communities, has started 2023 celebrating new milestones.
A new computer model will improve equity in clinical trial participants by ensuring representation of all major societal and ethnic groups.
Last week, the Russell Group launched their report Education and Skills for Growth which highlights how learning in an innovative, high-quality, research intensive environment is giving students the skills they need to succeed and help grow the UK economy.
UK Biobank study suggests a greater risk for blood and breast cancer survivors.
Queen Mary’s Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) hosted international experts to explore legal challenges and opportunities in the video game and interactive entertainment industry.
The winning start-up receives £15,000 to accelerate research, having impressed judges and investors to win the student-led social impact venture capital fund.
AI researchers at Queen Mary University of London and UPF in Barcelona are building a dataset that will enable the development of better music description tools – but they need music fans’ help.
Professor Kimberly Hutchings has been honoured with a lifetime contribution award from the UK’s Political Studies Association (PSA).
Turkish manuscripts informed and inspired European scholars of history and the arts from the mid-16th to late 17th century, according to a new book by Queen Mary University of London lecturer Dr Nil Ö. Palabiyik.
As people around the world unite to mark Earth Day (22 April) and call for a greener future, learn about some of the Queen Mary academics working to protect our planet.
In a seminar at Queen Mary, NASA’s Dr Raymond Ohl explained what makes the JWST’s architecture so unique.
An innovative therapy provides new hope to patients with malignant mesothelioma – a rare but rapidly fatal type of cancer with few effective treatment options – according to results presented by Queen Mary researcher at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting.
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.
New Generation Thinkers recognises the UK’s most exciting early career arts and humanities researchers, and among this year’s top ten is Dr Gemma Tidman from Queen Mary’s School of Languages Linguistics and Film.
Queen Mary University of London has joined The Alan Turing Institute’s new university network, further strengthening its ties to the Institute and its connections with other leading universities.
Research published today by Queen Mary University of London details how flexible working lessons from the pandemic can foster more family-friendly work practices.
The latest play from critically acclaimed theatre artist and Queen Mary University of London lecturer Dr Mojisola Adebayo explores the politics of pleasure through an Afro-futurist space odyssey.
Philip Eaton, Professor of Cardiovascular Biochemistry at Queen Mary University of London, has been awarded €2.5 million by the European Research Council (ERC) to help tackle cardiovascular disease.
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.
Queen Mary University of London has received planning permission to develop a new and dedicated home for the School of Business and Management (SBM) on the Mile End Campus.
Queen Mary University of London is delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Chris Tredwin as its new Dean of Dentistry and Director of the Institute of Dentistry.
Comparative politics lecturer Dr Sofia Collignon has been honoured by the Political Studies Association for her research into how allegations of sexual abuse impact elections.
Queen Mary University of London recognised its 2022/23 winners of the Education Excellence Awards and President and Principal’s Prizes at a presentation on Monday 20th March.
Queen Mary University of London is confirmed again among the top 20 UK universities targeted by the largest number of top employers, according to a new report from High Fliers Research.
The UK Government’s research evaluation system encourages a higher quantity and lower quality of work from academics, according to a paper published this week from an interdisciplinary international team led by Queen Mary’s Dr Moqi Groen-Xu.
Tim Bale, Professor of Politics at Queen Mary University of London, has written for The Conversation on the future of the Scottish National Party.
Professor Arturo Reyes-Sandoval, Director General (Rector) of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN), one of Mexico’s largest and most prestigious universities, has been awarded an honorary Doctor of Science (DSc) degree from Queen Mary University of London.
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'.
A new study has shown that bumblebees pick up new “trends” in their behaviour by watching and learning from other bees, and that one form of a behaviour can spread rapidly through a colony even when a different version gets discovered.
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.
Queen Mary and icometrix have together been awarded the prestigious AI Award in Health and Care by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR).
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
Scientists from Barts Cancer Institute at Queen Mary University of London and the Francis Crick Institute, have uncovered why patients with a rare type of blood cancer suffer from ineffective red blood cell production, and how vitamin B5 could be combined with existing drugs to improve outcomes.
Unique insight into 1930s Britain is revealed in a new archive thanks to research by Annette Kuhn, Emeritus Professor in Film Studies at Queen Mary University of London.
An award-winning new play ‘Family Tree’ tells the little-known tale of one of the most remarkable people in medical history, Henrietta Lacks, exploring her impact on modern healthcare alongside issues of race and environment.
Ahead of World Book Day, a new publication from Queen Mary University of London’s modern literature expert Professor Matthew Rubery aims to change everything we think we know about reading.
The privatisation of UK healthcare services is creating unequal access to fertility treatment, leaving many people unable to afford the care they need, according to a study by Queen Mary University of London published in the peer-reviewed medical journal Health and Place.
The ongoing Russo-Ukrainian war may be the biggest blow to the global economy since the 2008 financial crisis, with even greater impact than the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a new paper in the 'International Review of Financial Analysis' from a research team led by Professor Muradoglu at Queen Mary University of London.
New research has identified hundreds of proteins that might contribute to the onset of common, chronic metabolic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, and consequently pathways to potential treatments.
France is a famously literary nation, but its ideas of literature are rooted in a little-known eighteenth-century history, according to a new book by Dr Gemma Tidman in Queen Mary’s School of Languages Linguistics and Film.
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.
Recommendations from research published today on the diagnosis and treatment of spinal cord damage caused by nitrous oxide abuse have been simultaneously adopted as official clinical practice guidelines by the Association of British Neurologists.
An international collaboration of clinicians, led by Queen Mary University of London and the Fight Infections Foundation/Hospital Germans Trias of Barcelona, has identified a severe, necrotising form of mpox with a high mortality in immunosuppressed people living with HIV.
The School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London has been accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) in recognition of its world-leading excellence.
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.
Dr Evangelia Kyrimi, Lecturer in AI and Data Science in the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at Queen Mary University of London, was announced as one of three new research fellows by the Royal Academy of Engineering.
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.
In an increasingly digital world, technology will promote historic social inequalities unless the system is challenged and changed, warns a new publication from Professor Yasmin Ibrahim in Queen Mary’s School of Business and Management.
On 8 February, Queen Mary’s Faculty of Science and Engineering was joined by a host of distinguished guests to celebrate A Night of Science and Engineering.
Research led by Queen Mary University of London suggests that nutritional interventions used to tackle child undernutrition in lower and middle-income countries should target gut microbiome development, rather than just human nutritional needs, to more effectively improve child growth and development.
More than 110 UK academics have signed an open letter calling on energy secretary Grant Shapps to exit the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT), a little-known legal pact that could hamper climate ambition.
We’re delighted to announce that Grant Bourhill will be the new Managing Director for Barts Life Sciences.
A global review of left ventricular non-compaction has called for future efforts to better understand the features of excessive trabeculation in the heart.
Dr. Ibilola Amao has been awarded the Fellowship of Queen Mary University of London for her commitment to developing Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) talent from minority backgrounds, including mentoring women in the energy, power, infrastructure, oil and gas industries.
Gordon Buchanan, the prominent and respected filmmaker and presenter has been awarded the Doctor of Science (DSc) from Queen Mary University of London.
Research from Queen Mary University of London is the first to focus on the experiences of parents and their children who were categorised as ‘overweight’ and ‘very overweight’ by England’s National Measurement Programme (NCMP), an intervention designed to tackle childhood obesity. The results suggest that the current programme may be at risk of harming the children it aims to help.
The Minister met with students and senior leadership from Queen Mary to discuss universities’ role in giving young people better life opportunities and developing key skills.
HRH Princess Beatrice, in her newly appointed role as Patron of the British Skin Foundation, today visited London’s prestigious Blizard Institute at Queen Mary University of London to see first-hand how scientists are tackling the UK rising skin cancer numbers.
The United Nations’ International Day of Women and Girls in Science (11 February) highlights the vital work of female scientists and promotes their equal access to participate in scientific communities.
Taking vitamin D supplements does not reduce the risk of asthma attacks in children or adults, according to an updated Cochrane review published today.
Placing inclusivity and opportunity at the heart of its approach to apprenticeships, Queen Mary University of London is marking National Apprenticeship Week (6 – 10 February 2023) by celebrating the successful growth of its offer.
As the first Russell Group University to launch a degree apprenticeship in 2015, Queen Mary is expanding its employment-based education offer to benefit even more students from September 2023.
Dr. Thomas Haworth from the School of Physical and Chemical Sciences has been awarded almost two million euros under the prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator (2022) Grant to investigate how planet forming discs evolve in different environments.
A new blood product combining red blood cells and plasma in one bag is associated with a better survival from a penetrating major trauma injury, a new study involving Queen Mary University of London has found.
Research and artwork on display at Queen Mary University of London explores how ‘twin town’ partnerships can create lasting cultural connections in a divided world.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has elected Queen Mary’s Professor Lars Chittka as a fellow.
Lutfur Rahman, Mayor of Tower Hamlets, visited Queen Mary University of London on Monday 30 January to celebrate the Mayor’s launch of a new bursary scheme for local young people.
Professor Dame Sally Davies and Professor Karen Vousden CBE, have both been awarded Honorary Doctor of Science (DSc) degrees at Queen Mary University of London’s recent graduations.
Professor Sir Harry Bhadeshia will deliver his inaugural lecture at Queen Mary Presents on 8 February 2023.
Researchers show a link between the time of activation of dozens of genes in the embryo and how the life cycles of animals evolved.
Dr Andy Willimott’s new book, ‘Openness and Idealism: Soviet Posters 1985-1991’, looks back at the colourful and radical posters of Glasnost.
The volatile price of raw materials and energy supply are predicted to be primary causes of disputes in the energy sector globally over the next five years, according to a major new study from Queen Mary University of London's School of Law.
Some 3,000 students attended January graduations at Queen Mary University of London recently. There were six days of ceremonies, with approximately 6,000 guests accompanying the delighted graduates at these celebratory events.
Queen Mary researchers have revealed unexpected variation in bee neural receptors, challenging current safety assessments of insecticides, which work by targeting these receptors.
Queen Mary University of London and the Embassy of Hungary in London mark the 204th birthday of Dr Ignác Semmelweis, the Hungarian obstetrician responsible for identifying the cause of puerperal fever.
Doctors at Queen Mary University of London and Barts Hospital, and Cambridge University Hospital, have led research using a new type of CT scan to light up tiny nodules in a hormone gland and cure high blood pressure by their removal. The nodules are discovered in one-in-twenty people with high blood pressure.
Queen Mary University of London is proud to congratulate its alumni who were recently recognised in the New Year Honours List 2023, the first of the reign of King Charles III.
When the size of the prize is so great, why is interdisciplinary research so often the exception, not the rule?
Research led by Queen Mary University of London, King’s College London and the Francis Crick Institute has identified a protein that makes melanoma, the most serious type of skin cancer, more aggressive by giving cancer cells the ability to change the shape of their nucleus – a characteristic which allows the cells to migrate and spread around the body.
Researchers from Queen Mary University of London’s Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry (FMD), including Dr Jane Sosabowski and Professor Kairbaan Hodivala-Dilke at Barts Cancer Institute (BCI), have received funding from the University and Barts Charity for a new piece of research equipment that will accelerate radiation research at Queen Mary.