Queen’s University Belfast researchers have been featured in a digital series examining how the IT industry is responding to the climate crisis.
A Queen’s University Belfast researcher has been awarded a prestigious fellowship for her work in creating natural materials to help repair bone fractures.
Researchers at Queen’s University Belfast have been awarded £1m to examine and explain ethnic diversity and inequalities in the UK and how they are changing.
Queen’s University and the Students’ Union will offer free breakfasts this week and next to help alleviate some of the cost-of-living stresses experiences by students.
Developing new technologies and increasing cohesive support for innovation across all sectors of advanced manufacturing is vital for Northern Ireland to be more competitive on the global stage according to a report published today.
A new partnership between Queen’s University and the UK’s High Value Manufacturing (HVM) Catapult will reinvigorate Northern Ireland’s industrial potential through the £98m Belfast Region City Deal-funded Advanced Manufacturing Innovation Centre.
Queen’s University has been ranked in the top 200 of universities in the world by the Times Higher Education (THE) Education World University Rankings 2023.
Households could save £1.20 a day and more than £400 a year on electricity bills if clocks are not put back at the end of October, according to a Queen’s University Belfast expert.
Queen’s University has announced a multi-million-support package of £7.69 million for students and staff facing the current cost of living crisis.
Queen’s University Belfast and the University of St Andrews have been awarded £492,630 for a project which will chart the historical evolution of the relationship between Conservatism and Unionism throughout the UK.
Irish-Scottish director and writer Mark Cousins has been appointed Honorary Professor in Film Studies and Production at Queen’s.
Predicting the potential of renewable wave energy and producing greener biofuels is faster and more accurate than ever before, thanks to a £5m state-of-the-art national supercomputer, which has been launched at Queen’s University Belfast.
Queen’s University KTP Associate and expert in civil engineering and materials science, Catherine Campbell, has been crowned a ‘Future Leader’ at the national KTP Awards.
The first digital game to promote public awareness about pancreatic cancer has been launched by co-creators, researchers from Queen’s University Belfast and local pancreatic cancer charity NIPANC.
The Human Rights Centre based within the School of Law at Queen’s recently hosted a hybrid conference, ‘Trauma-informed Legal Practice: Better Outcomes for Clients, a Better Day’s Work for Solicitors and Barristers’.
A symposium showcasing support for parents who have mental illness or substance use problems, and their families was held today at Queen’s University.
A report from a pilot initiative has recommended establishing a public panel to consider how data is used in research, innovation and decision-making in Northern Ireland.
Queen’s University will host a virtual Policymakers’ Exchange meeting today, Wednesday 7 December 2022.