Professor Mark Lawler, Chair in Translational Cancer Research at Queen’s picked up the prestigious 2018 European Health Award on Wednesday 3 October, on behalf of a pan-European partnership called the European Cancer Concord (ECC)®
Twenty or more primary and post-primary schools (including children from Primaries 5 and 6, Buick Memorial Primary School Cullybackey, pictured) will be participating this year in Project 500, a Queen’s University project.
The Together: Building A United Community (T:BUC) Junior Leadership Programme is an exciting new opportunity for Young People aged 14 – 17 to be part of Queen’s Sport.
Some 200 engineering students from seven institutions in China came to Queen’s for a summer school hosted by the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences from 23 July to 19 August.
Guests, including Strangford MP Jim Shannon, joined the team from the Centre for Advanced Sustainable Energy (CASE) on Wednesday 25 July, for a demonstration of the tidal turbines at the heart of some of their world-leading research.
This year's Global Peace Index, a key publication from the Institute for Economics and Peace, was launched in Belfast, at Queen's University's Riddel Hall, on Thursday 14 June 2018.
The Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (AHSS) Faculty Office raised over £850 at a charity fundraising coffee morning for the Alzheimer's Society on Tuesday 12 June.
Queen’s researchers and practitioners striving to improve the treatment of blood cancers have been able to put their case to Mr Jim Shannon, MP for Strangford, who visited the Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology (CCRCB) on 11 April.
Queen’s International Student Support were delighted to give our international students the chance to take part in the Belfast St Patrick’s Day carnival parade this year, celebrating the theme of Global Belfast.
A group of principals from schools in Jerusalem arrived in Belfast on Monday 12 March to hear how Shared Education has helped deliver social and educational benefits in Northern Ireland.
On Tuesday 27 February Queen’s University Belfast and the South Belfast Partnership Board hosted the fifth Annual Digital Youth Event in the Whitla Hall, Queen’s University.
Researchers from Queen’s University Marine Laboratory are engaged in several projects that fit with the INFRA2018 monthly theme for February – Water: keeping us and our environment healthy.
Some 113 pupils representing over forty schools from across Northern Ireland took part in the launch of this year’s Pathway Opportunity Programme in The Whitla Hall on Monday 29 January.
The NIHR Global Health Research Network on Early Childhood Development (ECD) for Peacebuilding at Queen’s University Belfast hosted a workshop from 20-22 November 2017, attracting participants from across the world.
A team of researchers from Queen's in partnership with a range of UK Universities, has called for the creation of a Chief Government Linguist post to reflect the importance of developing language skills for the future of the UK.