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.