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Health

RESEARCHERS AT QUEEN’S MAKE PNEUMONIA BREAKTHROUGH

A cutting-edge nanotechnology cancer treatment currently being pioneered at Queen’s could also be used to tackle deadly pneumonia infections.


Community

BREXIT AT THE BORDER: VOICES FROM LOCAL COMMUNITIES…’

A major report by researchers from Queen’s, reveals that residents in Ireland – north and south – living in directly affected areas share a common priority for the border to remain as ‘seamless’ and ‘frictionless’ as it is today.

Student News

QUEEN’S STUDENTS TAKE PART IN PRESTIGIOUS WASHINGTON IRELAND PROGRAM 2018

Five students from Queen’s University, each with proven track records of community service, are currently in the US as part of the 2018 Washington Ireland Programme.

 

Technology

QUEEN’S OPENS £7.5M ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY FACILITY

A new state-of-the-art game-changing facility officially opened at Queen’s will be key to enabling enhanced competitiveness in Northern Ireland manufacturing.

 

 

Student experience 

QUEEN’S AWARDED £50,000 TO HOLD FESTIVAL OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Enterprise SU and The Graduate School have secured £50k from Santander Universities, to facilitate the delivery of a range of projects across campus – including a Festival of Entrepreneurship – in the next academic year.

 

Society

QUEEN’S AND BELFAST CITY COUNCIL LAUNCH 2018 GLOBAL PEACE INDEX

The 2018 Global Peace Index – the world’s leading measure of global peacefulness – will be launched tomorrow (14 June, 6pm-8pm) at Queen’s Management School at Riddel Hall.

University News

QUEEN’S CLIMBS UP QS WORLD UNIVERSITY RANKINGS

The QS University World Rankings issued this week have listed Queen’s in the Top 200 (No.180) of worldwide universities for 2019 – after a climb of 22 places on last year!

 

Student News

QUEEN’S ENGINEERS ON TRACK FOR SILVERSTONE

Ingenuity, hard work and passion will help a group of Queen’s mechanical engineering students take on 100 universities around Silverstone – the home of Formula 1 – next month.



Outreach

INSPIRING THE NEXT GENERATION OF CODERS

Up to 200 young people will get a chance to develop and expand their knowledge of coding skills at the sixth annual Kainos CodeCamp to be held at Queen’s in July.

Society

QUEEN’S AND UU TO EXAMINE THE HISTORY OF MOTHER AND BABY HOMES IN NORTHERN IRELAND

The day-to-day practices of Northern Ireland’s mother and baby homes and the infamous Magdalene laundries are to be the subject of a joint university research project commissioned by the DoH.

 

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