On the first Friday of May each year, countries around the world celebrate National Space Day. Established in the late 1990s, National Space Day encourages people to explore the wonders of the universe and promote cutting-edge astronomy and astrophysics research.
On Monday 8th March 2021, QMUL's Astronomy Unit celebrated International Women's Day by showcasing current staff, alumni, and eminent astrophysicists. A selection of tweets celebrating this day can be found below.
National Battery Research Institute (NBRI) in Indonesia and QMUL, in collaboration with the British Council, are pleased to invite you to participate in a Climate Challenge Workshop on to be held 12-14th July 2021.
Our colleague (and former Head of School) Emeritus Professor Steve Lloyd has been putting his computing skills to good use in this policy paper from the Centre for Global Development which was released on 1 October 2020.