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Coronavirus

Queen's playing its part locally, nationally and globally in fight against Covid-19

From the 3D printing of protective visors to help protect frontline NHS staff, to working towards an ultimate cure for the COVID-19 virus, Queen’s is taking unprecedented steps to ensure that staff, students and the people of Northern Ireland are protected as much as is possible during the current crisis.

CORONAVIRUS 

COVID-19 - SUPPORTING EACH OTHER AS A COMMUNITY IN CHALLENGING TIMES

In addition to conducting important research to tackle coronavirus head-on, and offering practical help to NHS workers and other frontline staff, Queen’s is reaching out in other ways during the current coronavirus crisis.  



Graduate News

ARE YOU A WINNER? OPT IN FOR A CHANCE TO WIN!

During the month of April we are offering alumni an exclusive opportunity to win another wonderful prize – this time courtesy of local artist Mark Graham – simply by ‘opting in’ to receive regular emails from your University. 

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QUEEN'S PROVIDES NHS WITH PROTECTIVE VISORS

Researchers from the Schools of Pharmacy and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Queen’s have been using their technical expertise to support local NHS staff, in the fight against Covid-19.

 

CORONAVIRUS

Queen's Awarded Grant to find COVID-19 treatment

Researchers at the Wellcome-Wolfson Institute for Experimental Medicine at Queen's have received funding to screen existing drugs for a treatment for COVID-19.

Graduate News

MEET TIM ECOTT – WRITER, JOURNALIST, BROADCASTER AND QUEEN’S GRADUATE

Author of six works of non-fiction, script writer for the BBC’s Blue Planet series, Deep Blue, and contributor to the QI TV programmes and books, we’ve been catching up with Social Anthropology graduate Tim Ecott.

Student News

TRIUMPH FOR IPLS TRAINEES IN CLIENT CONSULTATION COMPETITION 2020

A trip to Tampa, Florida is the prize for the IPLS winners of the Northern Ireland heat of a consultation competition run by the Law Society of Northern Ireland.

 

Health

UNIQUE GLOBAL COLLABORATION DOUBLES CANCER RESEARCH, SAVING THOUSANDS OF LIVES

Collaborative cancer research on the island of Ireland has doubled as a result of a transatlantic consortium set up as part of the Good Friday Agreement, delivering life-saving care for many people with cancer.

 

Graduate and Student News

NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FOR GRADUATE AND STUDENT OF THE YEAR AWARDS, 2020

The call for nominations for this year’s AIB (NI) Queen's Graduate and Student of the Year Awards has gone out, with the closing date for submissions set for 24 April.  

QUEEN’S FOUNDATION

SAYING A HUGE THANKS TO THE university’s donors and volunteers

Donor News – the annual review of the impact and importance of philanthropy – is currently on its way to the numerous donors and volunteers around the world who have supported Queen’s in the last 12 months.

 

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