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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
- Combining Management Science and Data Science: An Introduction to Machine Learning in R for Management Researchers
- Reflexology: a randomised controlled trial investigating the effects on beta-endorphin, cortisol and pregnancy related stress.
- Femoral Triangle Versus Adductor Canal: The Most Reliable Location to Block Nerve to Vastus Medialis. A Cadaveric Study.
- Second-Harmonic Generation in Two-Dimensional Materials
- CANCER CARING COPING: THE CO-DESIGN DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF AN ONLINE RESOURCE TO SUPPORT CANCER CAREGIVERS.: A report for HSC R&D Office
- Intergroup Emotional Exchange: Ingroup Guilt and Outgroup Anger Increase Resource Allocation in Trust Games
- Shared decision-making (SHARE-D) for healthy behaviour change: a feasibility study in general practice
- Identifying the Apothecary
- Post-War Cinema-Going and Working-Class Communities: A Case Study of the Holyland, Belfast, 1945–1962
- Television and the Decline of Cinema-Going in Northern Ireland, 1953–1963