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Queen’s returned over 95% of academic staff, which was the fifth largest percentage of staff returned in the REF2014. The University also has 14 subject areas ranked within the UK’s Top 20 and 76% of its research classified in the top two categories of world leading and internationally excellent.
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Queen’s has coordinated about 50 projects and been involved in 90 other projects under the 7th Framework Programme. In Horizon 2020, Queen’s has already secured 30 new grants.
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The appointments have been made as part of the prestigious Queen’s University Research Fellowship Scheme which aims to attract, retain and develop the very best of research talent.
Forthcoming & Latest Publications
- 'Service medals and special allowances'
- Negative Ions in Space
- Planning for Change
- The Evaluation of an Older Persons’ Assessment Educational Workbook with second year nursing students in the UK: A ‘before and after’ study’
- Liquid–Liquid Equilibria of Ionic Liquids–Water–Acetic Acid Mixtures
- Understanding Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence: prevalence, policy and practice
- The association between childhood trauma, parental bonding and depressive symptoms and interpersonal functioning in depression and bipolar disorder
- The Impact of Technological Green New Product Introductions on Firm Profitability
- Landscape patterns and agriculture: modelling the long-term effects of human practices on Pinus sylvestris spatial dynamics (Causse Mejean, France)
- Symmetric competition causes population oscillations in an individual-based model of forest dynamics