These stories offer an insight into some of the world-leading research taking place at Queen Mary and the real difference it makes to people’s lives.
Queen Mary has been awarded a Knowledge Transfer Partnership with RT Software which will allow the company to develop content-aware sports video analytics using machine learning (ML) and related computer vision technologies.
London-based health tech start-up Inavya Ventures is collaborating with Queen Mary and Barts Health researchers on a project that could revolutionise cardiac rehabilitation for patients of South Asian heritage.
Queen Mary researchers have partnered with innovative health tech start-up Living With on a project that could revolutionise the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and save the NHS millions of pounds every year.
Queen Mary has been awarded a Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Carl Zeiss, which will allow the company to enhance and expand their state-of-the-art deep learning tools on the APEER cloud-based digital image processing platform.
Moulding the future with Sugru
15 January 2021
Queen Mary recently partnered with FormFormForm, an east London-based SME working to develop next-generation mouldable glues.
Projecting the effects of climate change on Ethiopian crops
17 November 2020
In partnership with The Royal Botanic Gardens (Kew) and the University of Greenwich, Queen Mary Professors Richard Nichols and Richard Buggs have launched a new project to understand how local crops in rural Ethiopia might adapt to the growing effects of climate change.