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News story: Lifetime Achievement Award for Trauma Research
24 November 2016

Karim Brohi, Professor of Trauma Sciences at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), has received a Lifetime Achievement Award in Resuscitation Science from the American Heart Association.

News story: Timothy Clement-Jones to be appointed as Chairman of Council
23 November 2016

Timothy Clement-Jones, the Liberal Democrat Peer, has been announced as the next Chairman of Council at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).

News story: Psychiatry unit designated as WHO research centre
23 November 2016

The Unit for Social and Community Psychiatry has been re-designated as a World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centre.

News story: QMUL academic unearths Britain’s first audiobook
22 November 2016

Matthew Rubery, Professor of Modern Literature at Queen Mary University of London, has rediscovered the first full-length audiobook ever made: Joseph Conrad’s 1902 novella Typhoon.

Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute News story: Saturn’s gravity uncovered by satellite images
17 November 2016

Scientists from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) are part of an international team that has discovered minute fluctuations in Saturn’s gravitational field using several thousand images of the planet’s moons obtained by the Cassini probe.    

News story: Applications open for Commonwealth Shared Scholarships at QMUL
17 November 2016

Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) is accepting applications for a record number of Commonwealth Shared Scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic year. 

News story: Researchers create synthetic skin
17 November 2016

Wearable technologies could be transformed with a new type of artificial material that can mimic the properties of skin from sensing touch to even being self-healing.    

News story: Medical school in Malta open for applications
16 November 2016

Degrees in Medicine taught on the Mediterranean island country of Malta are now open for applications for 2017 entry.

News story: Sugar content of fizzy drinks alarmingly high
15 November 2016

The sugar content in carbonated sugar-sweetened beverages was found to be up to 52.8 grams per 330 mL can, or 12 teaspoons, according to a study by Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).

L-R: Kostie Kontorravdis, Billie Akwa Moore, Kulwant Bhatia (London Judge), Imogen Woods-Wilford and Marysia Clouter News story: Student coders triumph at London Zoohackathon
15 November 2016

A group of QMUL students were on the winning team at the first ever London Zoohackathon, a computer coding and technology event which aims to tackle wildlife trafficking.

News story: Two QMUL projects shortlisted for prestigious higher education awards
15 November 2016

Two projects from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) have been shortlisted for the Reimagine Education Awards 2016.

Wilson's Bird of Paradise credit: wikicommons News story: Competitive males are a blessing and a curse, study reveals
14 November 2016

Showy ornaments used by the male of the species in competition for mates, such as the long tail of a peacock or shaggy mane of a lion, could indicate a species' risk of decline in a changing climate, according to a new study from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).        

News story: QMUL professor elected to be President of The Royal College of Pathologists
10 November 2016

Professor Jo Martin from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) has been elected to be the next president of The Royal College of Pathologists – a professional membership organisation concerned with the science and practice of the study of disease.

News story: Online gambling regulations should be tightened to protect children and young people, research finds
7 November 2016

Children and adolescents are being targeted by online gambling websites due to flaws in advertising legislation, according to new research from Queen Mary University of London and City University London.

News story: Season of Bangla Drama returns to London’s east end
4 November 2016

Displacement and identity, youth radicalisation and the future of the NHS are among the themes that will be explored by the Season of Bangla Drama festival, which returns to Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) this November.

News story: Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott responds to Brexit judgement
3 November 2016

Constitutional and EU law specialist Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott responds to high court ruling that parliament must vote on triggering Article 50. 

News story: Ken Clarke: Brexit vote swung by voters for whom politics has failed
3 November 2016

Politicians have never figured out what to do about those left behind by globalisation and the modernised economy, according to former Chancellor of the Exchequer Ken Clarke.

News story: New research suggests 50 million patients suffer complications after surgery each year
1 November 2016
  • International survey also indicates 1.5 million people die following complications
  • Data gathered in 27 countries is first global evaluation of surgical outcomes and mortality rates
  • Infection of surgical wounds is found to be most frequent complication
  • Survey finds deaths following complications at similar levels in low, middle and high income countries
  • Authors call for hospitals worldwide to work to reduce the incidence of preventable complications
News story: QMUL visiting professor awarded prestigious education prize
31 October 2016

Becky Parker, visiting professor at QMUL’s School of Physics and Astronomy, has been awarded The Royal Society's Kavli Education Medal 2016.

News story: International acclaim for QMUL historian’s biography of Karl Marx
31 October 2016

A biography of Karl Marx by a historian at Queen Mary University of London has met with international acclaim for its portrayal of the life and times of the 19th century philosopher.

News story: New study shows extremist views linked with deepening divisions in society
31 October 2016

Having extreme pro- or anti-British views is associated with violent and antisocial behaviour and indicates deepening divisions in society, according to a study by Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).

Professor Jane Wills (second from left) with other Living Wage Champions News story: QMUL celebrates 15 years of Living Wage
31 October 2016

Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) will mark a decade of being the first UK university to become a real Living Wage employer at today’s (Monday 31 October) event at the British Library where the Mayor of London announced the new London rates, as part of Living Wage Week 2016.

News story: QMUL academic helps to bring best-selling graphic novel 'The Story of Sex' to the UK
31 October 2016

Dr Will McMorran, a specialist in French literature and the history of sexology, has translated the best-selling graphic novel The Story of Sex for publication in the UK.

News story: Centre for replacement of animal research launched at QMUL
28 October 2016

Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and the Dr Hadwen Trust (DHT) on Monday (24 October) launched The Animal Replacement Centre of Excellence (The ARC), a joint venture aiming to develop new treatments using non-animal research methods.

News story: Children should be screened to prevent early heart attacks
27 October 2016

Inherited heart disease can be successfully detected within families by screening one-to-two year old children at the time of their routine vaccinations, according to a clinical study led by researchers at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) that involved over 10,000 children.

News story: Maternal blood test may predict birth complications
24 October 2016

A protein found in the blood of pregnant women could be used to develop tests to determine the health of their babies and aid decisions on early elective deliveries, according to an early study led by Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).

News story: Radical devolution can mend the broken fabric of Britain’s communities, says Lord Heseltine
19 October 2016

Britain’s centralised democracy has contributed to many of the most pressing problems in the country’s poorest communities, according to former Deputy Prime Minister Michael Heseltine.

News story: QMUL announces record number of merit-based scholarships
19 October 2016

Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) is proud to announce that a record number of merit-based scholarships will be offered in the 2017-18 academic year.

News story: ‘Remainers’ want to rerun the Brexit referendum, says Gisela Stuart MP
18 October 2016

Those calling for a debate in advance of triggering Article 50 want to rerun the campaign, according to Gisela Stuart, MP for Birmingham Edgbaston and co-convenor of Vote Leave.

Credit: Honor-Clare Elliot News story: School pupils to detect cosmic rays
17 October 2016

School students from across Dulwich and Sutton are set to learn all about particle physics by detecting their own cosmic rays.

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