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The complainant has requested information from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) regarding the timing of changes to the PACE Trial recovery criteria. QMUL has refused the request on the basis that it is vexatious, citing FOIA section 14(1). The ... Information Commissioner's Office, 5 days ago
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UK Commercial Awareness Competition won by team from Queen Mary

The first ever UK Commercial Awareness Competition has been won by a team of students from Queen Mary University of London. The competition, organised by Aspiring Solicitors, saw 112 teams from 42 universities compete for the valuable prize of a ...
 LawCareers.net1 week ago Queen Mary students are the most commercially aware wannabe lawyers in Britain  Legal Cheek1 week ago Comment: Tunisia attack threatens fledgling democracy  World News Australia1 week ago Almost half of English universities plan to recruit more students after cap is lifted  Education News1 week ago
Tech Times

False Memories sometimes occur in Bumblebees: Study

According to researchers at Queen Mary University of London, bumblebees are capable of keeping in mind for long time the patterns, colors and scents of flowers, but that memory can fail. The study has suggested that memories do not help bumblebees ...
 Topnews.in2 weeks ago Bumblebees Can Have False Memories, Just Like Humans  Tech Times3 weeks ago Bumblebees make false memories, too  Science Daily4 weeks ago Bumblebees Would Be Bad Crime Witnesses, Create False Memories Just Like Humans  Hngn.com4 weeks ago
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Not stellar noise: Potentially habitable super-Earth Gliese 581d exists, new study claims

13:16 Gliese 581d (image by Queen Mary University of London) Astronomy has had to go back on its word twice in a year now, as a super-Earth previously dismissed as stellar noise did after all turn out to be a planet. A new study shows ...
 Russia Today3 weeks ago 'Habitable' planet GJ 581d might exist; astronomers at odds  Red Orbit2 weeks ago Exoplanet GJ581d Orbiting Star Gliese 581d Probably Exists: Will We Find Alien Lifeforms?  Tech Times2 weeks ago Earth-Like Planet Does Exist, New Research Claims  NewsBlaze2 weeks ago
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Revolutionary Device 'Coupler' Found to Lower Blood Pressure

Scientists from Queen Mary University of London have invented arevolutionary device that can significantly lower blood pressure among patientswith uncontrolled high blood pressure. i /i The device was developed by ROX Medical and named the 'Coupler'.The ...
 Med India2 months ago Patient's ethnic heritage determines best drug for BP?  The Freepress Journal1 month ago Drinking beetroot juice reduces high blood pressure, trial shows  Pakistan Observer5 days ago 23.02 - Delving deep into ancestry to help doctors prescribe better hypertension treatments - GLASGOW  MyScience1 month ago
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Names starting with early letters of alphabet are 'lucky' in love

Scientists from Queen Mary University of London claim those with names whose first letter is earlier in the alphabet are likelier to have success with their romantic endeavours, News.com.au reported. The study suggests that the key to finding love online is ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Indian-origin scientist develops new way to treat osteoarthritis

Indian-origin researcher Tina Chowdhury from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and her team have developed a new "microcapsule" treatment delivery that can reduce inflammation in cartilage affected by osteoarthritis and reverse damage to tissue."If this ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
MaltaToday

September 2016 opening for Barts Medical School in Gozo

The government will be signing the agreement with the Queen Mary University of London today. Miriam Dalli A first intake of 60 students at the Barts Medical School in Gozo is expected by September 2016, MaltaToday has learnt. Part of the Queen ...
 MaltaToday1 week ago Report blasts poor patient care and bullying culture at hospital where Barts students study  Malta Independent Daily4 days ago Medical students expected to pay €35,000 a year  Times of Malta2 days ago Fears that Barts could poach teaching staff  MaltaToday4 days ago
Energy Harvesting Journal

Cheap solar cells made from shrimp shells

Researchers at Queen Mary University London (QMUL) have successfully created electricity-generating solar-cells with chemicals found in the shells of shrimps and other crustaceans for the first time. The materials chitin and chitosan found in the ...
 Energy Harvesting Journal4 weeks ago London University researchers create solar cells from shrimps  Renewable Energy Magazine1 month ago Scientists Create Solar Cells from Shrimp Shells  Tempo.co1 month ago Cheap solar cells made from crustacean ... Cheap solar cells made from crustacean shells  Mumbai Mirror1 week ago
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Shape-shifting animals reveal secrets of why energy use changes during growth

Scientists at the University of Liverpool and Queen Mary University, London, have shown that changes in body shape in 'skin-breathing' aquatic animals could explain why animals use energy more slowly as they grow. Energy sustains life, but for ...
 Noodls1 week ago Cold-blooded animals grow bigger in the warm on land, but smaller in warm water  Noodls1 month ago 18.03 - Shape-shifting animals reveal secrets of why energy use changes during growth - LIVERPOOL  MyScience1 week ago 26.02 - Cold-blooded animals grow bigger in the warm on land, but smaller in warm water - LIVERPOOL  MyScience1 month ago
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