Informing the world’s transition to a sustainable, low-carbon and climate resilient future.
How do we persuade governments to negotiate for the global good? Can we build batteries from plants? How does car pollution affect babies in the womb?
Researchers across Queen Mary are collaborating to find answers to these questions and many more, to inform our pivot to a sustainable, low-carbon and climate resilient future.
As land use, climate and other anthropogenic changes alter the distribution of plants across the British Isles, can scientists predict future patterns?
Widespread dependence on computing ‘as-a-service’ raises questions about who can access our data, and what happens if a service goes down.
This remarkable project sequences 100,000 genomes from circa 85,000 patients affected by rare disorders and cancers – making the UK a world leader in genomic medicine.
Current treatments for atrial fibrillation, including ablation, have shown mixed results. Each patient responds differently and it is difficult to predict the best possible course of long-term treatment.
Researchers from the Institute of Dentistry and the School of Engineering and Materials Science have collaborated to develop an award-winning ‘smart’ toothpaste.