Professor David Adger of the School of Languages, Linguistics and Film, has published a new book which explores the idea that grammar is the element of language that gives humans the creativity and imagination to be so successful (or disastrous) as a species.
A consultation involving 221 people – including service users and carers – has found that addressing racism is the number one priority to reduce ethnic inequalities in severe mental illness.
The two students, who gave CPR to a stranger on their way home from a night out last December, were highly commended in the ‘Volunteer Hero’ category at the 2019 St John Ambulance Everyday Heroes Awards.
Dr Robert Saunders from Queen Mary University of London’s School of History has won the Morris D. Forkosch Prize for his latest book Yes to Europe! The 1975 Referendum and Seventies Britain.
Sir Peter Ratcliffe, who qualified as a doctor in 1978 from one of Queen Mary’s founding institutions - St Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical School - has been jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discoveries of how cells sense and adapt to oxygen availability.
Professor Malgosia Fitzmaurice from Queen Mary’s School of Law has been elected to the Institut de Droit International, one of the most prestigious distinctions for scholars specialising in private and public international law.
The Freedom of Speech: Talk and Slavery in the Anglo-Caribbean World, by Miles Ogborn, Professor of Geography at Queen Mary University of London, will be launched on 10 October 2019.
The Faculty of Science and Engineering will be showcasing its research excellence to innovative companies with a focus on research and development, at the 2019 Faculty Industrial Research Engagement Day (FIRED-Up).
Dr Marcia Vera-Espinoza of the School of Geography has published a new book which provides an in-depth analysis of how states cooperate with each other in aspects of international migration.
Numerous Queen Mary academics, alumni and students, from across the University’s schools and institutions, have been recognised as London’s most influential people, in the Evening Standard’s 2019 Progress 1000 list.
Professor Colin Bailey, President and Principal, was in Mexico last week for a visit designed to strengthen links between Queen Mary University of London and government and higher education institutions in the country.
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.