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Deep Riverrock Queen's 5k 'Race round the river'

Hundreds of runners are expected to take part in the ever-popular Deep RiverRock Queen's 5k 'Race Round the River' which will take place on 29 March.


Queen's researchers make breakthrough in fight against superbug

Researchers at Queen's have discovered why a lethal superbug - klebsiella pneumonia - is so resistant to last line antibiotics, paving the way for new treatments to fight the killer infection.


Research encourages more kitchen 'know how' for men and young adults

Men and young adults in Northern Ireland have a shortage of skills when it comes to cooking and planning meals, according to new research led by Queen's University.  

Graduate News

Queen's alumna shortlisted for '40 under 40' awards

A Fermanagh-born Queen's Environmental Planning graduate currently working in Geneva, Switzerland is in the running for the 2017 Irish Echo '40 Under 40' People's Choice Award. 



Queen's PVC to give prestigious city food lecture

Professor Chris Elliott, Faculty Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Medicine, Health and Life Sciences, is to deliver the 2017 City Food Lecture at the Guildhall in London on Tuesday 21 February.


Graduate News

Meet the Queen's Graduate behind the celebration of 'the wonders of science'

Fermanagh man Chris McCreery, BA Political Science and Government 2006, is the driving force behind the 2017 NI Science festival, which starts this Thursday and runs until 26 February.


Queen's Research Impact Showcase, 2017

Graduates and members of the public are being invited to Queen's Research Impact Showcase - and the launch of The DNA of Innovation: Volume VI - on Thursday 16 February, as part of the 2017 NI Science Festival.


International research team develops new model for AMD

An international team of researchers from Queen's, UCL and the University of Alabama at Birmingham have developed a cell culture model that could lead to earlier treatment strategies for AMD.


Queen's spearheads UK collaboration with top Chinese Engineering Institutions

A cluster of UK Russell Group Universities led by Queen's, has been selected to build major collaborations with the top ten engineering institutions in China.  



Be careful how you cook your rice, warns Queen's expert

Researchers at Queen's, who have made a further breakthrough in lowering dangerous levels of arsenic in rice, have been discussing the results on BBC2's Trust Me, I'm a Doctor.

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