Women are given feedback that puts them on the wrong path to leadership, according to new research led by Queen Mary University of London.
Queen Mary University of London’s Sexual Cultures Research Group hosted a special evening with the visual artist, Cassils.
The result of the Brexit referendum and the subsequent political developments are said to have plunged the UK into a constitutional crisis. The challenges to the political system have given rise to calls for constitutional reform in the UK. This topic was debated at the latest Mile End Institute event held at Queen Mary University of London.
A lifetime model evaluating the financial, health and social impact of multigene testing (BRCA1/2/PALB2) at diagnosis for all breast cancer patients was found to be extremely cost effective for both UK and US health systems.
Chair of the author group, Professor Gavin Giovannoni and co-chair Dr Alastair Noyce, find there’s a ‘window of opportunity’ in midlife where individuals can reduce the risk of developing neurodegenerative disease.
Professor Alan Boyde from the Institute of Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London has been awarded a leading national prize.
Medical care of injured soldiers could improve with new Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools designed for the battlefield and the hospital following a grant from the US Department of Defense for research at Queen Mary University of London.
Queen Mary University of London is welcoming Dr Catherine Fieschi as the Director of its Global Policy Institute, which aims to be a leader in research and policy solutions worldwide.
The Royal Academy of Engineering has elected Professor Wen Wang, Queen Mary’s Vice-Principal and Executive Dean for Science and Engineering, as a Fellow.
The successful fellows will embark on ambitious research projects within their areas of expertise at Queen Mary.
Queen Mary University of London has appointed Professor Andrew Livingston as its new Vice-Principal (Research and Innovation).
Queen Mary University of London has launched its Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship, specifically designed for the social sector. The undergraduate programme is the first of its kind in the UK.
Graphene is actually a 3D material as well as a 2D material, according to a new study from Queen Mary University of London.
In 2017 journalist Matthew d’Ancona published an acclaimed book about the so-called post-truth era. Speaking at the Mile End Institute he shared his insights about the ongoing debate on misinformation in the world at large.
A nationwide product survey published today by Action on Salt has exposed the unnecessary levels of salt present in many table sauces, Asian sauces and marinades.
A urine test that can detect early stage pancreatic cancer has reached the final stage of validation before being developed for use with patients.
For decades geoscientists have been trying to detect the influence of climate on the formation of rivers, but up to now there has been no systematic evidence.
With strong institutions and academics, funding, and a desire to collaborate with the UK, Mexico is an important partner for Queen Mary University of London.
A researcher from Queen Mary’s School of Physics and Astronomy has been selected by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) to receive a Future Leaders Fellowship.
Universities Minister Chris Skidmore toured Queen Mary University of London’s Whitechapel campus as part of a funding announcement that will help universities stimulate growth in their local economies and provide vital support for innovative new companies.
Before going public with his HIV diagnosis, Gareth Thomas spoke to Professor Chloe Orkin, British HIV Association (BHIVA) Chair and Clinical Professor of HIV Medicine at Queen Mary University of London’s Blizard Institute.
Professor Rob Briner of Queen Mary’s School of Business and Management was recognised for his outstanding contribution as he was welcomed into the Human Resources Most Influential (HRMI) Hall of Fame.
Academics from Queen Mary University of London have been awarded £5.5 million to deliver an innovative ‘Health Data in Practice' PhD Programme, with the first intake of students planned for October 2020.
Following a Queen Mary University of London study, researchers are calling for population wide BRCA testing in the Jewish community after finding it to be more effective than current approaches, cost effective and had a high satisfaction rate with those undergoing testing.
In a paper published today in the Journal of Medical Screening, researchers from Queen Mary University of London and King’s College London have found that despite free cancer screening programmes, only 35 per cent take part in all offered programmes.
A new and simple blood test has been found to efficiently and accurately detect the presence of aggressive prostate cancer, according to research by Queen Mary University of London.
The research project, Xingu Encounter, explores new ways for researchers to work with indigenous people in Brazil to preserve and protect their knowledge and culture. The work has been nominated in the category of ‘International Collaboration of the Year’.
A newly identified species of pterosaur is among the largest ever flying animals, according to a study from Queen Mary University of London.
A predictive visual analytics platform developed at Queen Mary will be grown as part of a strategic ‘Scaling Partner’ relationship between Dragonfly Technology Solutions Ltd and Capita.
A Queen Mary outreach project which takes physics research into schools has been nominated for a Times Higher Education Award 2019.