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Graduate News

GRADUATE IS BBC NI’S FIRST EXECUTIVE EDITOR OF SPORT

Queen’s BA English graduate Neil Brittain for Bangor in County Down – who has a real passion for sport – is to take up a new post at BBC Sport NI as Executive Editor.

Research

RESEARCH TEAM DEVELOPING EMPATHIC CARS OF THE FUTURE

Do you get stressed in traffic? What if your car could pick up on your emotions and make your driving environment better? Two Queen’s graduates are helping to develop machines of the future which will react to human emotions.

 

Research

GLAUCOMA SCREENING COULD SAVE THREE MILLION YEARS OF BLINDNESS IN CHINA

Novel findings from Queen’s researchers could change the future of glaucoma healthcare in the world’s most largely populated country.



University News

FORMER TAOISEACH, BERTIE AHERN DELIVERS HARRI HOLKERI LECTURE

Talking in a packed Canada Room/Council Chamber at Queen’s, former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern called on local politicians to get power-sharing back on track in a lecture entitled Peace Process - In light of Brexit Issues.

Research News

ECIT TO BUILD 5 STRONG TEAM TO DEVELOP MOBILE NETWORK CONCEPT

A researcher in ECIT – the University’s Institute of Electronics, Communications and Information Technology – has been awarded a major grant by UK Research and Innovation as part of the Future Leaders Fellowships scheme.

University News 

CYBER SECURITY EXPERT APPOINTED TO UK AI COUNCIL

One of Europe’s leading cyber security experts, Professor Máire O'Neill from the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Queen's, has been appointed to a top UK AI body.

 

Health

QUEEN’S NAMED AMONG ‘NATION’S LIFESAVERS’

Medical researchers at Queen’s who have developed a rapid test for meningitis that speeds up diagnosis, have been recognised for their exceptional contribution to keeping the nation healthy.

Graduate News

Queen's Graduate, Andrew Tohill, makes it onto the big screen with The Dig

Queen's University Belfast Film studies graduate, Andrew Tohill, has made it onto the big screen with new film The Dig, which he directed and filmed with his twin brother, Ryan Tohill, a Belfast duo who have worked on Game of Thrones, Line of Duty, The Fall and 2013 feature, Philomena.



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Graduate News

Graduate is first woman in US to receive prestigious psychoanalysis award

Rosemary M Balsam, MB Bch BAO, 1963, a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst at Yale University, has been awarded the Mary S. Sigourney Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Advancement of Psychoanalysis.



Graduate News

BELFAST WRITER AWARDED ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON FELLOWSHIP

Queen’s graduate Bernard McLaverty, BA 1974, has been awarded a prestigious Robert Louis Stevenson Fellowship by the Scottish Book Trust.

 

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