Dr Ian Campbell
GOD, WAR AND RELIGION
The focus of War and the Supernatural in Early Modern Europe is on two groups of 16th and 17th century intellectuals: Protestant Calvinists and Catholic Franciscans
By making writings on religious war and religious peace available for the first time, historians are analysing the causes and effects of religious war in early modern Europe.
Professor Cathy Craig
CONTROL OVER MOVEMENT
How does the brain use information from the surrounding environment to make decisions about action?
Professor Cathy Craig is helping develop innovative ways of helping people with impaired movement and how virtual environments can enhance performance in sport and health.
Professor Stephen Smartt
THE RIDDLE OF RARE SUPERNOVAE
In the last decade researchers have become aware of ultraluminous supernovae.
Investigating these elusive, super-bright stellar events, Stephen Smart leads a team to test the world’s leading models for high-luminosity supernova explosions.
Professor Caroline Malone
UNLOCKING AN ANCIENT CIVILISATION
Professor Caroline Malone is the principle investigator on the remarkable FRAGSUS project studying how population and environment interact over time.
To tell the story she uses Queen’s cutting-edge palaeoecological-archaeological facilities including the specialist 14CHRONO laboratory.