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Latest News

Read about the latest alumni achievements and find out more about current University news. For full details, just click on the title.

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Open Learning, 'Hidden Belfast'

   

Walking tours, the legacy of World War One, and the Argentine Tango are all on offer in the 2014 Open Learning programme at Queen’s.

 

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Civic Conversation - dealing with the past

   

Parading, dealing with the past and shared education are among the issues members of the public are being invited to discuss at an event at Queen’s next week.

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Congratulations to this year's Queen's Scholars!

   

Ten of Northern Ireland’s brightest young people have won a free education at Queen’s, worth a total of almost £150,000, after being named this year's Queen’s Scholars.

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Elliott Review into horsemeat scandal

   

The final report into the integrity and authenticity of the UK food supply chain, led by Professor Chris Elliott from Queen’s, has been published.

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World Class Festival!

   

Featuring Europe’s top theatre directors, internationally acclaimed artists from the worlds of dance, film, theatre and music, full details of the 2014 Ulster Bank Belfast Festival at Queen’s have been released.

 

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Queen's and NASA to investigate 'solar flares'

   

Dr Ryan Milligan, from the University’s Astrophysics Research Centre, is to lead a major international investigation into ‘solar flares’ in conjunction with NASA and the Catholic University of America.

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Queen's scientists in hospital 'superbug' breakthrough

   

A team from Queen’s University Belfast has developed a gel that kills some of the most resistant hospital superbugs, including staphylococci and E.coli.

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The perfect host...could be you!

   

Thanks to an initiative called HOST, Queen’s graduates (and staff) now have the opportunity not only to be part of the special memories of visiting international students but to find out a little more about overseas cultures.

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Researching aggressive breast cancers

   

Research by a Queen’s scientist, which could greatly improve survival rates for women with more aggressive forms of breast cancer, has received funding from Breast Cancer Campaign.

 

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Seats up for grabs at leading independent cinema

 
 

QFT, Northern Ireland’s leading independent cinema, is inviting individuals and companies to sponsor a seat at the famous Belfast cinema at Queen’s.

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Queen’s social networks

   

As a graduate of Queen’s there are numerous social networks and groups to help you stay in touch with your Alma Mater. Make sure to keep up with the conversation via LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.

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