Connecting Queen Mary researchers with partners from creative industries, the local community, and the cultural and heritage sectors, our research is delivering economic, environmental and social impact across the world.
Through equitable knowledge exchange and co-creation, arts-based research is being used to deliver economic, environmental and social impact worldwide – from solving UN sustainability development goals in fragile territories, to enhancing the sustainability and innovation capacity of creative-economy businesses.
Who joins or leaves a political party and why? What do parties think of their members and how does this impact their policies? And how does all of this play out in the media?
“There’s no such thing as an ugly accent,” says linguist David Crystal, “like there's no such thing as an ugly flower.” But is that true?
Re-ID is a specialist software that re-identifies people more accurately than highly trained human experts.
Online gambling services have been provided remotely from offshore locations, with operators avoiding a physical presence in the countries or states whose citizens they target.
Since 2015, the Verbatim Formula (TVF) has collaborated with cohorts of care-experienced young people across the UK, developing a methodology to help adults listen better and young people to be heard.
The problem of how to safely store radioactive waste from nuclear power plants has been one of the most formidable environmental challenges of recent decades.
Audio production can be time consuming, labour-intensive and expensive. A new cloud-based audio mastering service, LandR Audio, uses artificial intelligence algorithms to produce professional – but accessible – audio mastering.