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Blog: What the Russian debt default means for Russia and for global financial markets
1 July 2022

Rodrigo Olivares-Caminal, Professor of Banking and Finance Law at Queen Mary University of London, has written for the Conversation on the Russian debt default.

2022 Festival of Communities Sets New Attendance Record
1 July 2022

After a two-year hiatus, the Festival of Communities returned with an all-time high of 8,000 people attending for an action-packed two days of activities, workshops, performances and games.

Dogor. Credit: Love Dalén.Genomic analysis shows 18,000-year-old-puppy Dogor is a wolf
1 July 2022

When Dogor was found in frozen mud in Siberia, scientists couldn't tell if he was a wolf or an early dog.

Professor Sir Mark Caulfield recognised for services to medicine
1 July 2022

Professor Sir Mark Caulfield, Vice Principal for Health at Queen Mary University of London has received an honorary degree from Queen’s University Belfast.  

Colin Bailey speaking at UABC MexicoPresident and Principal of Queen Mary University of London visits Mexico to expand and strengthen partnerships with Mexican Institutions
30 June 2022

Professor Colin Bailey, President and Principal of Queen Mary University of London, visited Mexico in early June. He started his busy schedule with a visit to the Autonomous University of Baja California (UABC) where he was greeted by the Rector, Professor Daniel Octavio Valdez-Delgadillo, and his senior leadership team before attending a ceremony to sign an agreement between Queen Mary and UABC.

Queen Mary academic to lead interdisciplinary social science partnership
29 June 2022

Pietro Panzarasa, Professor of Networks and Innovation at Queen Mary University of London, has been appointed the Director of the London Interdisciplinary Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership (LISS DTP).

Female GP takes blood pressure of male patientSeeing the same GP is good for your health, but only half of patients are able to do so
29 June 2022

Researchers at Queen Mary University of London found that only half of patients regularly see the same GP, despite increasing evidence that continuity of care between GPs and patients leads to better outcomes.

Celebrated classical singer to perform in FRIDA by Queen Mary’s Paul Edlin
28 June 2022

Celebrated classical singer Katie Bray will sing the role of Frida Kahlo in FRIDA by Paul Edlin, Queen Mary’s Director of Music. Katie will perform alongside the East London Music Group on Sunday 10 July 2022 in Queen Mary University of London’s Octagon.

Woman holds Covid-19 vaccine in hands. Credit: scaliger/iStock.comInterrupting the treatment of vulnerable people on immune-suppressing medicines doubles their antibody response to COVID-19 booster vaccination
28 June 2022

A major clinical trial, involving researchers from Queen Mary University of London and led by the University of Nottingham, has found that by interrupting the treatment of vulnerable people on long-term immune suppressing medicines for two weeks after a COVID-19 booster vaccination, their antibody response to the jab is doubled.

“It’s never too late to change your mind” says Queen Mary student Harriet
27 June 2022

Harriet Spoor, a Politics student, has just completed her first year at Queen Mary University of London. After a late change of direction, Harriet arrived from the Sydney Russell School in Dagenham through Clearing and she is keen to share her experience with students ahead of this year’s Results Day.

Stefan and Tom together during their time at Queen MaryQueen Mary business and economics alumni create multi-million company
24 June 2022

Queen Mary alumni who built a multi-million pound business have said the university was key in supporting their entrepreneurial ventures.

A polymer chain. Credit: iStockQueen Mary scientist wins UKRI fellowship to develop membranes that will advance medicines and vaccines
24 June 2022

Membrane scientist Dr. Zhiwei Jiang has been selected as one of eighty-four of the most promising science and research leaders to win a UKRI Future Leaders Fellowships scheme. 

 

Human rights written on chalkboard Blog: Why UK approach to replacing the Human Rights Act is just as worrying as the replacement itself
23 June 2022

Queen Mary's Professor of Human Rights Law, Merris Amos, has written for the Conversation about plans to replace the 1998 Act with a new UK Bill.

Person in scientfic research lab looks into microscopeBoosting the development and capacity of clinical trials in East London
22 June 2022
Barts Chairty have invested over £3.1m in funding to further develop the Clinical Trials Unit at Barts Health NHS Trust and Queen Mary University of London.
A road sign with the word 'equality' on itResearch highlights UK pay gap for Caribbean workers on Windrush Day
22 June 2022

As the UK marks Windrush Day (22 June), research from Queen Mary University of London and the University of Birmingham for Business In The Community (BITC) reveals troubling trends around race in the workplace, including a persistent pay gap for people from a Caribbean background.

An artwork called Science and art collide at this year’s Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition
21 June 2022

An artwork by Queen Mary University of London cancer researcher, Professor Tyson Valentine Sharp, has been selected for display in Room VIII at the Royal Academy of Art’s prestigious Summer Exhibition.

Blog: Is a major recession unavoidable? Economists give their views
17 June 2022

Professor Brigitte Granville from Queen Mary's School of Business and Management is one of three economists writing for the Conversation on stagflation and the possibility of a recession.

Graphic for Cancer Grand ChallengesQueen Mary University of London researchers join global Cancer Grand Challenges team taking on some of the most challenging forms of cancer
16 June 2022

Two researchers from Queen Mary University of London are part of a new world-class team of researchers that has been selected to receive a £20m Cancer Grand Challenges award.

Dr Balcombe taking measurements onboard the Gaslog GalvestonTotal methane and CO2 emissions from liquefied natural gas carriers (LNGs) measured for the first time
16 June 2022

The study, led by Queen Mary’s Dr Paul Balcombe, provides important data as LNG imports are likely to grow substantially to reduce Europe’s reliance on Russian gas. 

Queen Mary receives funding to accelerate bright ideas into global opportunities
15 June 2022

Queen Mary University of London has received more than £1 million as part of this year’s Impact Acceleration Account (IAA). UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), a government body responsible for delivering £8 billion research and innovation funding each year, is investing £118 million in the latest round of IAAs to translate research across 64 universities and research organisations.

Atrial Digital TwinsQueen Mary Science and Engineering researchers awarded UKRI Future Leaders Fellowships to tackle heart irregular heart rhythms and explore turbulence in space plasma
15 June 2022

Dr Caroline Roney and Dr Christopher Chen are among 84 promising leaders awarded fellowships totalling £98 million. 

Queen Mary’s Legal Advice Centre wins civic engagement award
15 June 2022

A free community legal clinic at Queen Mary University of London has won the hotly contested MacJannet Prize for Global Citizenship, which recognises exemplary university student civic engagement programmes around the world.

More than a quarter of people with asthma are still over-using rescue inhalers – putting them at increased risk of severe attacks and hospitalisation
15 June 2022

Researchers at Queen Mary University of London have found that more than a quarter of asthma patients are still over-using inhalers intended for rapid relief of symptoms.

Omicron infection is a poor booster of COVID-19 immunity
14 June 2022

People infected with the Omicron variant show poor immune boosting against future SARS-CoV-2 infection, according to the findings of a study published in the journal Science. The research team, which included researchers from Queen Mary University of London, looked at how the complex patchwork of immunity in the population following vaccination and previous infection influences our future protection against SARS-CoV-2.

Tackling the obesity epidemic with new research on metabolism
13 June 2022

Researchers from Queen Mary have been awarded £2.67 million in funding to conduct innovative research in the field of metabolism.

IOM3 awards: Queen Mary scoops up four prizes for engineering and materials science
9 June 2022

The School of Engineering and Materials Science goes from strength to strength as researchers pick up four awards and medals from the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3)

Young woman about to receive a vaccineFunding success for project to improve sex and gender inclusivity in medical research
8 June 2022

Professor Chloe Orkin, Clinical Professor of HIV Medicine at the Blizard Institute, is named as a collaborator on a new project that aims to develop policy on how sex and gender are considered in medical research in the UK. 

 

Queen Mary’s Deputy Vice Principal (Health) recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours
2 June 2022

Professor Joanne Martin, also Director of the Blizard Institute and Professor of Pathology at Queen Mary University of London, has received a CBE for services to the NHS and Medical Education in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Levelling up agenda risks levelling down London, warns new research
1 June 2022

The Government’s ‘levelling up’ agenda risks levelling down London and deepening inequalities in the capital, according to research published from Queen Mary University of London and the Centre for London thinktank.

A diagram of a redox flow batteryQueen Mary partners with the Faraday Institution to power up redox flow batteries  
1 June 2022

Queen Mary’s Dr Ana Jorge Sobrido will lead a project to overcome engineering issues that are currently preventing the wide-spread adoption of redox flow batteries (RFBs). 

 

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