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New Breast Scanner First For Northern Ireland

1/12/2016 - Breast cancer patients in Northern Ireland are set to benefit from a new state of the art 3D breast imaging system, the first of its kind available to NHS patients in Northern Ireland, thanks to local charity Friends of the Cancer Centre.


New research project designed and co-produced by people with dementia

30/11/2016 - Queen’s University, Dementia NI and Ulster University have been awarded £37,765 as part of a £5 million programme on independent living for disabled people.


U.S. Embassy and Queen’s University partner for international teacher exchange programme

24/11/2016 - The US Consul General in Northern Ireland, Daniel Lawton, has met with Queen’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Patrick Johnston, to launch the first ever international teacher exchange between shared education schools in NI and schools in Los Angeles.

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NI on target for 80,000 Knowledge Economy Jobs by 2030

22/11/2016 - The Northern Ireland Knowledge Economy is half way to achieving its target of delivering 80,000 high earning jobs and should be a place that attracts the best talent in the world.

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Education Minister welcomes Nurture Provision

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Comet expert reflects on Rosetta Mission

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City design and physical activity levels in India

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Queen’s and Ulster Orchestra strike a chord

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Queen's Professor appointed to Fellowship at world's number one Think Tank

A Queen's University Professor has been awarded a Visiting Fellowship at the world's number one Think Tank, Brookings. Professor Beverley Milton-Edwards, who is regarded as one of the world's leading experts on violence, terrorism and security, will undertake a project on Security Governance in the Middle East and the Challenge of Islamism.

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