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Latest News

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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Farming community supports cancer research at Queen's

  

A pedigree calf is to be auctioned in support of breast cancer research at the Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology at Queen’s.

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Former PVC receives prestigious honour in New Zealand

   

Former member of staff Professor Roy Crawford, who has three degrees from Queen’s, has been awarded an honorary degree in New Zealand.

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Crowdfunding for cancer research

   

Queen’s has joined forces with a number of charities, and specialist
provider Hubbub,
 to develop and host a crowdfunding website to promote small scale pilot research projects.

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Cancer Information Evening

  

Dozens of members of the public attended an Information Evening to hear about the advances in the detection and diagnosis of breast and ovarian cancer at Queen's.

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Queen's microbiologists help resolve Hannibal Alpine route enigma

   

Microbiologists in the Institute for Global Food Security and School of Biological Sciences at Queen’s may have answered a 2000-year enigma – where did Hannibal cross the Alps?

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Hopes raised of 'personalised' breast cancer treatment

  

Breast cancer sufferers in Northern Ireland could benefit from advances in tackling the disease thanks to the latest research findings from Queen’s.

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All-Ireland marketing role for Queen's graduate

   

Belfast-based Carol Magill, a 1993 BA English and Politics graduate, has been appointed as the new Network Manager with the CIM.

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SWOT Fashion Show raises almost £40,000!

   

The annual Queen's University medical students’ SWOT Fashion Show on 07 March raised an amazing £38,500!

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Peace lines link to poor mental health

   

People living near Northern Ireland's peace lines have worse mental health than the rest of the population, according to Queen's research.

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Three Queen's buildings make RIBA shortlist

   

Five buildings, including three at Queen’s, have been shortlisted for the prestigious 2016 RIBA Northern Ireland Regional Awards.

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