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article News story: New study into air pollution exposure in African children
27 August 2020

Researchers from Queen Mary University of London have received funding from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to conduct research into air pollution exposure affecting children in Africa.

article News story: Childhood obesity could increase the risk of multiple sclerosis
26 August 2020

Childhood and adolescent obesity is projected to contribute up to 14 per cent of overall risk of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in 2035, according to research led by Queen Mary University of London.

article News story: Queen Mary makes statement of support for trans and gender diverse staff and students
25 August 2020

In light of an intensification of transphobia and in particular transmisogyny in our culture, we would like to reiterate our support for all our trans and gender diverse staff and students at Queen Mary. We recognise that trans women are women, trans men are men and non-binary people exist; arguing otherwise denies trans people’s identities and causes significant harm to an already marginalised community. 

article News story: New study shows evolutionary breakdown of ‘social’ chromosome in ants
25 August 2020

Scientists from Queen Mary University of London have found that harmful mutations accumulating in the fire ant social chromosome are causing its breakdown.

article News story: New surgical approach for women at risk of ovarian cancer
23 August 2020

A new two-stage surgical approach for cancer prevention is highly acceptable among premenopausal women at high risk of ovarian cancer, according to research led by Queen Mary University of London.

article News story: WhatsApp groups for new mums are more effective at providing support than NHS services, according to new research
20 August 2020

New research from Queen Mary University of London shows that WhatsApp groups can play a vital role in helping new mums negotiate their knowledge and expertise when transitioning to their new parenting roles.

article News story: Queen Mary University of London announces measures to give students certainty despite grading upheaval
18 August 2020

Queen Mary University of London has announced a series of measures to support students who are grappling with uncertainty following yesterday’s announcement about A Level grades. The University, a member of the prestigious Russell Group, has made a series of pledges to ensure that no student with talent and ambition misses out on the opportunities of higher education.

article News story: Queen Mary offers guarantee of course places to offer holders affected by grade assessment change
17 August 2020

Queen Mary University of London has responded to the news that that A-levels and GCSEs in England are to be re-awarded based on the assessment grades from schools.

article News story: The rise and fall of Black British writing
14 August 2020

Dr Malachi McIntosh, Editor of Wasafiri Magazine has written an opinion piece for The Conversation. He discusses the boom in interest in the histories of colonialism, empire and the British civil rights movement in response to Black Lives Matter protests.

article News story: How Thomas Cromwell used cut and paste to insert himself into Henry VIII’s Great Bible
13 August 2020

Dr Eyal Poleg from Queen Mary's School of History has written a piece for The Conversation, along with his colleague Dr Paola Ricciardi from the University of Cambridge. The long-form article, part of The Conversation Insights series, is based on their recent analysis of Henry VIII's Great Bible.

article News story: Queen Mary’s Centre for Commercial Law Studies contributes towards legal innovation
13 August 2020

Research from the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) at Queen Mary University of London has contributed to the development of arbitration intelligence reports. These reports provide lawyers with specialist data about arbitrators for the first time.

article News story: Our plan to ensure that prospective students are not disadvantaged by this year's grading system
13 August 2020

On the eve of students across England and Wales receiving their A Level results, one of the UK’s most prestigious Universities has made an unprecedented commitment to tackle social inequalities exacerbated by the Covid 19 pandemic. Russell Group member Queen Mary University of London has announced a series of measures to ensure that prospective students are not disadvantaged as a result of the disruption caused this year.  

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