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News story: First immunotherapy success for triple-negative breast cancer
20 October 2018

There is new hope for people with an aggressive type of breast cancer, as an immunotherapy trial shows for the first time that lives can be extended in people with triple-negative breast cancer.

Blog: Violence against women: Nobel Peace Prize is a start – but legal backing is long overdue
19 October 2018

Daniela Nadj, Lecturer in Public Law at Queen Mary University of London has written an opinion piece for The Conversation about decision to award the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize to two campaigners against sexual violence towards women in conflict. She argues that it's a good start but more needs to be done.

The Alan Turing Institute News story: Turing Institute announces 46 new Fellows from Queen Mary
19 October 2018

The Alan Turing Institute has welcomed 46 new Turing Fellows from Queen Mary University of London.

Professor Colin Bailey accepts his award from NPU's President Wang News story: Queen Mary Principal awarded prestigious Honorary Professorship in China
17 October 2018

Professor Colin Bailey, President and Principal of Queen Mary University of London, has been awarded an Honorary Professorship by Northwestern Polytechnical University (NPU) in China. 

News story: School students identify sounds caused by solar storm
17 October 2018

School students have successfully identified sounds caused by a solar storm in the Earth’s magnetic shield, as part of a Queen Mary University of London research project.

News story: Queen Mary academic awarded prestigious Philip Leverhulme Prize
17 October 2018

The annual prize is awarded by the Leverhulme Trust to recognise the achievement of outstanding researchers.

News story: Anthology film made from the sounds of space now free to watch online
17 October 2018

Alien may have told you “In space no one can hear you scream”, but it was wrong!

News story: Academics call for a new discourse on migration
15 October 2018

Queen Mary University of London is leading a research group in support of human rights and fundamental freedoms of all migrants.

News story: New immunotherapy offers potential cure for advanced pancreatic cancer
11 October 2018

A new approach to treating pancreatic cancer using 'educated killer cells' has shown promise, according to early research by Queen Mary University of London.

Professor Karim Brohi News story: Trauma surgeon named as one of London’s most influential people
11 October 2018

Professor Karim Brohi, Head of Trauma Sciences at Queen Mary University of London and Consultant Trauma and Vascular Surgeon at Barts Health NHS Trust, has been named in the Evening Standard's Progress 1000 list, recognising the most influential people in the capital.

CCLS is leading on the establishment of Ukraine's new IP Court News story: Queen Mary contributes to judicial reform in Ukraine
11 October 2018

Legal specialists at Queen Mary University of London will lead on the establishment of Ukraine’s High Court on Intellectual Property (IP), which forms part of a radical transformation of the country’s legal system. 

News story: Reduce traffic noise to prevent heart disease
9 October 2018

Noise pollution from road, rail and aircraft traffic needs to be reduced to help prevent heart disease, sleep disturbance and public annoyance, according to a World Health Organization (WHO) report led by Queen Mary University of London academics.

Credit: Craig Dean Devine News story: Film produced by Queen Mary academic premieres in UK cinemas
9 October 2018

A feature length drama about living with HIV/AIDS in East Africa produced by an academic at Queen Mary University of London has premiered in cinemas this week.

University networks are bridging the gap between academia and civil society Blog: In our mission to deliver impact, we’re stronger together
9 October 2018

Professor Colin Grant, Vice-Principal (International), has written an opinion piece for Times Higher Education. He argues that coalitions between universities, industry and innovative actors will drive tangible social and economic change.

News story: Queen Mary International scholar elected to the prestigious Academia Europaea
8 October 2018

An academic from Queen Mary University of London has been elected to the only Europe-wide learned society, Academia Europaea.

A cytologic smear under the microscope News story: Delays to HPV screening cost £3 million and miss 48 cervical cancer cases every month
5 October 2018

A one-year delay in introducing human papillomavirus (HPV) testing as the main test in cervical screening would miss the opportunity to prevent 581 cases of cervical cancer in England at an estimated value of £32 million in lost quality of life, according to a study by researchers at Queen Mary University of London and King’s College London.

News story: Next generation of antenna research secured with £1.2m grant
5 October 2018

Queen Mary University of London has secured funding of £1.2m to research the next generation of antennas required for mobile communications.

TB academics at the UN General Assembly News story: Queen Mary academics attend UN General Assembly to help end TB
4 October 2018

Academics from Queen Mary University of London helped raise the profile of tuberculosis (TB) and the need for increased funding at the UN General Assembly in New York, which was attended by global Heads of State and government ministers.

Queen Mary hosted a delegation of Colombia's top universities News story: Queen Mary welcomes top Colombian universities
4 October 2018

Queen Mary University of London is deepening links with Latin America, after hosting a delegation of seven top Colombian universities to discuss research partnership opportunities.

Magda Titirici News story: Queen Mary researchers nominated for £200K science prize
4 October 2018

Two researchers from Queen Mary University of London are part of a team that is shortlisted to win a £200,000 science prize for their work in creating sustainable energy storage technologies from palm tree residue in Colombia. 

News story: Being Human is London Bound in 2018
2 October 2018

Queen Mary University of London has been announced as one of six hubs of Being Human, the festival which promotes public engagement with humanities research. The 2018 edition kicks off on 15 November.

Blog: Conservative conference: a party surprisingly united on Brexit, just divided from the rest of the world
2 October 2018

Tim Bale, Professor of Politics at Queen Mary University of London has written an opinion piece for The Conversation about the Conservative Party conference 2018 and the state of the Party in the run-up to Brexit.

News story: Investigating representations of gender-based violence
1 October 2018

A researcher from Queen Mary University of London who uses street art and comics to understand social movements has been awarded funding by the British Academy to carry out research on gender-based violence in Nepal.

News story: STEAM Ahead with Arts and Culture this autumn
1 October 2018

Queen Mary University of London is gearing up for a new programme of Arts and Culture activities focusing on the arts in science and technology.

News story: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences celebrates doctoral funding success
27 September 2018

Queen Mary University of London has secured record levels of funding for research and doctoral studentships with its Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

UN General Assembly (Credit: Basil D Soufi) News story: Landmark TB research announced at the UN General Assembly
26 September 2018

A landmark international research project, involving researchers from Queen Mary University of London, has shown that we can now use our knowledge of the tuberculosis (TB) genetic code to predict which drugs are best for treating a patient’s infection.

News story: Queen Mary University of London appoints Philippa Lloyd as new Vice-Principal (Policy and Strategic Partnerships)
25 September 2018

Queen Mary University of London has appointed a new Vice-Principal for Policy and Strategic Partnerships. Dr Philippa Lloyd, currently Director General of Higher and Further Education at the Department for Education, will take up the post on Wednesday 2 January 2019.

News story: Queen Mary researcher recognised for work in a UN award-winning leadership programme
24 September 2018

A researcher from Queen Mary University of London has won an award for his support of students who are on the ParliaMentors scheme, a UN award-winning leadership programme.

News story: Barts Charity launches appeal to raise £1 million for Queen Mary’s life-saving trauma research
24 September 2018

The Barts Charity Trauma Appeal, which was launched today, aims to raise £1 million to support vital research at The Royal London Hospital, in conjunction with Queen Mary University of London’s Centre for Trauma Sciences.

Professors Morris Brown and Mark Caulfield News story: Researchers awarded for lifetime achievements in blood pressure research
23 September 2018

Two academics from Queen Mary University of London have received prestigious awards from the International Society of Hypertension (ISH) in recognition of their achievements in blood pressure research.

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