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Queen's University Belfast scientist awarded �750000 to fight bowel cancer ...
A Belfast scientist has been awarded �750,000 for a new clinical trial to help bowel cancer patients fight the disease coming back through fitness.
�500k investment in Queen's University Belfast spin-out Causeway Sensors
The Bank of Ireland Kernel Capital Growth Fund is leading a �500,000 investment in Causeway Sensors, a spin-out from Queen's University Belfast. Founded by fellow Queen's University Belfast academics Dr Robert Pollard, Prof Robert Bowman and Dr ...
Queen's University spin-off secures �500000 investment  Irish Times
Spin-out company from Queens University receives �500k investment  Business World (press release) (blog)
Academics welcome retention of sociology degrees at Queen's University Belfast
ACADEMICS have welcomed a "major u-turn" by Queen's University Belfast which will see single honours sociology and anthropology degrees remain open.
Queen's University retains sociology degree after protests  Belfast Telegraph
Why should you study at Queen's University Belfast?
As a prestigious member of the reputed Russell Group of universities, Queen's University Belfast is a sterling representative of global higher education.
Sinn Fein protest at British Army Recruitment at Queens University Belfast
Sinn Fein spokesperson, Tom Dolan is appealing for students to reject the British Army recruiting young people at universities. After the protest Dolan said: “Universities should be places of learning, where young people can expand their opportunities ...
Major ISIS attack on UK 'inevitable', says world-renowned Dundee terror speaker
Does terrorism work? Ahead of a talk at Dundee Literary Festival, renowned international terrorism expert Professor Richard English of Queen's University Belfast and St Andrews University speaks to Michael Alexander about one of the most challenging ...
Queen's University Belfast to host Social Work information evening
Queen's University Belfast are to host an event to provide prospective students with information and guidance on their courses in Social Work.
Queen's University Students' Union distasteful rape jokes no laughing matter ...
Many around me were visibly uncomfortable." Sarah-Jane McCloskey (21), who studies international politics, was due to go to the gig but cancelled at the last minute.
Queen's crash out of University Challenge buckling under pressure during David ...
They were partnered by team captain Stuart Mathieson from Belfast, who is studying for a Phd in Modern History, and finance student Enda Doherty from Strabane.
Drew Nelson: An innovative leading figure in the Orange Order
He was educated at Magherabeg Primary School, then Dromore Central Primary School; Wallace High School in Lisburn and Queen's University, Belfast, where he studied law. After qualifying as a solicitor he set up practice in Dromore in the early 1980s.