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Society

Queen's launches Social Charter

In another first, Queen’s University has formally launched a Social Charter, which underlines the University’s relevance, its commitment to the community and its local and global impact.



Graduate News

Leading financial technology firm appoints queen's graduate to senior cybersecurity role

Queen’s graduate John Gracey (BSc 1994) has joined Options, a global provider of financial technology managed services, as VP Cybersecurity.

 

International

researcher wins prestigious 2017 Newton Prize

A wireless communications system which can withstand earthquakes and hurricanes has won a top award for Queen’s ECIT researcher, Dr Trung Duong.

Health

Urgent call to tackle killer disease on World COPD Awareness Day

Over 30 researchers and doctoral students, including a number from Queen’s, are to work together to better understand COPD – Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.



Health

Queen's researchers make killer superbug breakthrough

Researchers at Queen’s have found that treatment for antibiotic resistant microbes – which pose a serious global threat to human health – could lie within our own bodies.

Science and technology

Queen's astronomer leads team to ground-breaking fiery explosion in distant galaxy

A team of astronomers from Finland, Sweden, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Chile, and the US – led by Queen’s University – have discovered a new type of fiery explosion in a distant galaxy.

 

Student News

Developing young engineering talent with the NIE Networks' ScholarshipS

Five high performing Queen’s Electrical and Electronic engineering students were recently awarded lucrative NIE Networks’ Scholarships which include financial support, mentoring and invaluable experience within the power industry.



CULTURE AND ARTS

Queen's to host NI's first 'Being Human Festival of the Humanities'

Queen’s University is set to celebrate the humanities by hosting Northern Ireland’s first ever Being Human hub as part of the UK-wide 2017 Being Human Festival.




Philanthropy

Saying 'thank you'

Queen’s annual ‘thank you’ lunch was held on Saturday 4 November in the Isdell Courtyard at Riddel Hall, when the University’s top donors gathered to hear how their support was enabling the University achieve its goals.

Graduate news

New York graduate reception and keynote talk

Queen’s graduates and their friends living and working in New York have been invited to an exclusive networking evening in the Union League Club on 30 November.



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