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Read about the latest alumni achievements and find out more about current University news. For full details, just click on the title.

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Queen's scientists hunt for gravitational waves

 

Scientists from Queen’s are leading the hunt for the source of gravitational waves, the discovery of which is being heralded as the most important breakthrough in physics for decades. 

 

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Mr Justice Colton becomes presiding judge of Coroners' Court

   

High Court judge and Queen’s LLB graduate Mr Justice Adrian
Colton, has taken charge of Northern Ireland's Coroners’ Service.

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Queen's signs student accommodation deal for 1,200 places

  

Queen's has signed an agreement with property firm McAleer
and Rushe to develop 1,200 city centre student accommodation places.

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Women in Business elects new Chair

  

Belfast solicitor and Queen’s alumna Imelda McMillan has been elected chair of Women in Business, the local network for female
entrepreneurs and business leaders.

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Critically acclaimed Educating Rita star is alumna Kerri Quinn

  

Currently wowing audiences for her role in Educating Rita at the Lyric Theatre in Belfast is Queen’s drama graduate Kerri Quinn.

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New look Donor News reveals impact of University supporters

   

Donor News, the new look and retitled publication for the University’s donors and volunteers, has been issued to 7,000 Queen’s supporters worldwide.

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International Sports Court appointment

  

Professor Jack Anderson from Queen’s School of Law, has been appointed as an arbitrator to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, which is based in Switzerland.

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Reunion marks 1965 Queen's expedition to South Morocco

  

A 2,500 mile overland trek to the remote deserts of Southern Morocco – 50 years ago – was celebrated by a group of Queen’s graduates last September.

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Ian Beattie MBE

   

Queen's graduate, Rotarian and lifelong Unilever employee Ian Beattie was recognised in the latest New Year Honours for his services to charity and to his local community in the Bristol area.

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Queen's researchers help sequence first ancient Irish human genomes

   

Work carried out to sequence the first ancient human genomes from Ireland, shows that early Irish farmers were similar to southern Europeans.

 

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