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article News story: New risk model estimates likelihood of death or hospitalisation from COVID-19
21 October 2020

A model that can calculate a person’s risk of becoming infected and then seriously ill due to COVID-19 has been shown to accurately estimate risk during the first wave of the pandemic in England, in new research involving Queen Mary University of London.

article News story: Queen Mary signs milestone agreement with Tashkent State University of Law in Uzbekistan
16 October 2020

Queen Mary University of London has signed an agreement with Tashkent State University of Law (TSUL) in Uzbekistan focusing on collaboration in teaching and research in the field of law, the exchange of academic and research staff and visits by academic staff, research fellows and students. The agreement is Queen Mary’s first formal agreement with a university in Uzbekistan.

article News story: Localism is the key to levelling up, according to new report
15 October 2020

A new report published by the Queen Mary’s Mile End Institute and the Local Government Information Unit (LGIU) recommends a localised approach to empowering communities in a post-Covid age.

article News story: Queen Mary researcher awarded UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship
15 October 2020

Dr Ana Jorge Sobrido from Queen Mary University of London has today been named as one of UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI) Future Leaders Fellows for her work to develop innovative energy storage systems.

article News story: Herd immunity in COVID-19 control is a ‘dangerous fallacy’, say authors of open letter
15 October 2020

A group of 80 researchers say that a so-called ‘herd immunity’ approach to managing COVID-19 by allowing immunity to develop in low-risk populations is “a dangerous fallacy unsupported by the scientific evidence”.

article News story: Queen Mary researcher releases book on ‘Making a Psychopath’
15 October 2020

Mark Freestone, Reader in Mental Health at Queen Mary’s Wolfson Institute, today releases his new book, Making a Psychopath.

article News story: How the Conservative Party won the 2019 general election
14 October 2020

New research co-authored by Professor Tim Bale from Queen Mary’s School of Politics and International relations sheds fresh light on how the Conservative Party won the 2019 general election.

article News story: EU failing to comply with obligations on migration, according to new report
13 October 2020

Dr Violeta Moreno-Lax from Queen Mary’s School of Law has written a report for the European Parliament on the EU’s External Migration Policy and the Protection of Human Rights.

article News story: Clinical trial to investigate whether vitamin D protects against COVID-19
13 October 2020

Researchers from Queen Mary University of London, funded by Barts Charity, have launched a new clinical trial to investigate whether taking vitamin D could protect people from COVID-19.

article News story: New bioengineering approach to fix fetal membranes
13 October 2020

New research led by Queen Mary University of London and UCL has shown that small bioengineered molecules can be used to repair defects in the fetal membranes that surround and protect babies developing in the womb. 

article News story: Women in work: how East Germany’s socialist past has influenced West German mothers
12 October 2020

Dr Anna Raute from Queen Mary's School of Economics and Finance has co-authored an opinion piece for The Conversation. Based on brand new research, it sheds light on the impact of the reunification of Germany.

article News story: Queen Mary researcher recognised in the Queen’s Birthday honours
12 October 2020

Charles Knight, Professor of Cardiology at Queen Mary University of London and Chief Executive of St Bartholomew’s Hospital, has received an OBE for services to the NHS and people with heart disease in the Queen’s birthday honours.