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€9.7m renewable energy centre opens at Queen's

A new specialised centre examining bio and marine-based power, which will produce vital cross-border research and make a major impact on the renewable energy sector in Northern Ireland, Ireland and Scotland, has been officially opened.


Queen's scientist TO test QUANTUM THEORY limits

Experts from a consortium of European universities, including Queen’s, are to test one of the core principles of quantum mechanics – the physical laws that allow microscopic particles to be in two places at once.

Graduate News

Graduates - want to stand out from the crowd?

To discover more about postgraduate research opportunities at Queen’s – and to hear from employers on why Queen’s students have the edge – don’t miss the forthcoming Postgraduate Research Event on Wednesday 24 January!


Queen's researcher publishes ground-breaking plan to end bowel cancer

A blueprint for ending bowel cancer, almost 50,000 new cases of which are diagnosed each year in the UK, has been published by Professor Mark Lawler.

Graduate News

Dr Maurice Hayes - a life well lived

Few individuals have made such a wide-ranging contribution to local government, health, politics, sport, culture and Queen’s University governance, as alumnus Dr Maurice Hayes, who died on 23 December 2017.

University News

New Year Honours 2018

Over 100 people from Northern Ireland, including several graduates and a number of individuals with connections to Queen’s University, were honoured in the Queen's New Year Honours list for 2018.

Graduate News

Honey and Toto:The Story of a Cheetah Family - latest from Graduate of the Year, 2008

The latest book from the 2008 First Trust Bank Queen’s Graduate of the Year – which tells the tale of a brave mother cheetah and her family – has been published.


Skin patch offers solution to antibiotic resistance

A new type of skin technology, which could offer a solution to the worldwide antibiotic resistance crisis, is currently being developed by researchers at Queen’s.


IGFS partners with local agri-food industry to promote NI on global stage

Funding of almost £2m secured by the Institute for Global Food Security at Queen’s will bring together the local agri-food industry and scientists in an unprecedented partnership.

Graduate News

Paul Muldoon wins Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry 2017

Queen’s BA English 1973 alum and 2001 Honorary Graduate Paul Muldoon, has been approved by Queen Elizabeth for the award of Her Majesty’s Gold Medal for Poetry for 2017.





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