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Harvesting energy from sound
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Harvesting energy from sound

SCIENTISTS from the Queen Mary University of London and Nokia have collaborated to create an energy harvester that can charge a phone using noise. In 2013 Dr Joe Briscoe and Dr Steve Dunn from QMUL's School of Engineering and Materials Science ... Ferret.com.au, 1 week ago

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Taking aspirin regularly could reduce cancers in over-50s, says new study

Following a comprehensive review of all current evidence, scientists at the Queen Mary University of London have published findings that suggest that if people aged 50 to 65 regularly took aspirin for 5-10 years, some 122,000 deaths could be ...
 Voice of Russia3 weeks ago Scientific review finds aspirin significantly cuts cancer rates  Japan Today3 weeks ago Aspirin significantly cuts cancer rates  Jordan Times2 weeks ago Aspirin: can it really prevent cardiovascular events and cancer?  American Council On Science & Health3 weeks ago
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Nine subjects at QMUL rank top in London for student satisfaction

Nine subjects taught at Queen Mary University of London have been ranked top in London for student satisfaction, and eight subjects are top ten in the UK, according to the latest results of a nationwide survey of final-year undergraduates. ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago Beginners and Not-So-Confident Riders  BBC3 weeks ago Beginners and Not So Confident Riders  BBC1 month ago Pootle Around the Parks and Canals - Confident RidersPootle Around the Parks and Canals…  BBC1 month ago
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In the future, you could yell and charge your phone

Nokia and scientists at Queen Mary University of London have been working on a prototype charger that can charge itself using human voices, music or background noise. "Being able to keep mobile devices working for longer, or do away with ...
 Electric New Paper2 weeks ago Video: Sound can charge mobile phones soon  Kicker Daily News1 week ago Charging smartphones by soundwaves  PBS2 weeks ago Nokia, QMUL Succeed in Using Sound to Charge Mobile Phones  World Industrial Reporter2 weeks ago
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Concentration dependence of the up- and down-conversion emission colours of Er3+-doped Y2O3: a time-resolved spectroscopy analysis

a School of Physics and Astronomy, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, London, UK E-mail: w.gillin@qmul.ac.uk b College of ...
 RSC4 days ago NOKIA : Queen Mary University of London - Mobile phones come alive with the sound of music  4 Traders2 weeks ago Queen Mary University of London - Audience arousal gauged during live performances  HispanicBusiness.com2 weeks ago Audience arousal gauged during live performances  Noodls2 weeks ago
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Screaming at Your Phone Might Charge It Someday

This experimental smartphone converts background noise to battery power. Researchers at Nokia and Queen Mary University in London believe they have a novel solution to smartphone battery limitations: Instead of trying to improve the battery ...
 Time2 weeks ago
Health Canal

New Therapeutic Target May Help Improve Cancer Drugs Efficacy

By Estel Grace Masangkay Researchers from the Barts Cancer Institute , associated with Queen Mary University of London, reported that targeting the molecule focal adhesion kinase (FAK) may help enhance the efficacy of cancer drugs. FAK ...
 Bioresearch Online1 month ago New drug target can break down cancer's barrier against treatment  Noodls1 month ago
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Scientists discover link between skin diseases and Sudden Cardiac Death Syndrome

Scientists from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) who specialise in genetics of the skin are investigating an unlikely link between skin disease and heart disease which will hopefully shed new light on why someone is predisposed to sudden ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago Leukemia: Scientists Report Major Breakthrough in Understanding Disease  Nutrition Review2 weeks ago Scientists make breakthrough in understanding the cause of childhood leukaemia  Ecancer Medicalscience2 weeks ago Scientists make major breakthrough in understanding leukaemia  Health Canal2 weeks ago
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Comment: Forget quotas for women MPs, it's time to limit the number of men

By Rainbow Murray , Queen Mary, University of London When we talk about gender quotas , what we really mean is quotas for women. We see the under-representation of women as the problem that needs fixing. So we try to explain why there aren't ...
 World News Australia2 weeks ago Politics: It's time to talk about quotas for men  Noodls2 weeks ago

New research funded

Thank you for helping us fund over £1 millionof research at Queen Mary University London to advance their findings in studiesof adeadly heart condition. The team previouslyfound a link between a skin condition, that causes hardened lesions on ...
 British Heart Foundation2 weeks ago Researchers from Queen Mary University Provide Details of New Studies and Findings in the Area of Bioenergy (Disentangling the low-energy states of...  4 Traders3 weeks ago TSB grants boost Audio Analytic research collabora...  Business Weekly UK1 month ago
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