Queen's Belfast News Releases


19th December, 2005
Queen's world-leading research centre part of new G8 group Queen's world-leading research centre part of new G8 group Queen's University Ionic Liquid Laboratories (QUILL) is the UK representative on the newly formed International Green Network, an international scientific consortium focused on developing green chemistry. The...
19th December, 2005
New study examines links between genes and treatment New study examines links between genes and treatment A new study by Queen's University that examines the links between genetics and the effectiveness of treatment in Multiple Sclerosis sufferers was published in a prestigious pharmaceutical journal earlier this month. The...
16th December, 2005
Sparing a thought for the homeless at graduation Sparing a thought for the homeless at graduation One young woman collecting her BA Sociology degree from Queen's University on Friday afternoon has done more than spare a seasonal thought for the homeless at this time of year. Twenty-one year-old Carolyn Mason worked...
16th December, 2005
Queen's honours Irish Times editor Queen's honours Irish Times editor Geraldine Kennedy, Irish Times editor, with Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Gregson, was today awarded an honorary Doctorate of the University for services to journalism by Queen's University. Irish Times editor Geraldine Kennedy was today honoured...
16th December, 2005
Queen's honours Melvyn Bragg Queen's honours Melvyn Bragg South Bank Show host and author Melvyn Bragg, Lord Bragg of Wigton wsa today awarded an honorary Doctorate of Literature for distinction in literature and broadcasting, by Queen's University, Belfast.   Lord Bragg, signs the Graduation Ceremony book,...
16th December, 2005
Graduation sweet music to sisters' ears Graduation sweet music to sisters' ears Sisters Georgina (left) and Amy Mulligan from Newry look forward to graduating together on Friday morning from Queen's University Belfast when they will each collect a Masters degree in Musinc.   Amy Mulligan today received a Masters...
16th December, 2005
Swedish graduate to take off on her bike Swedish graduate to take off on her bike Noomi Mozard, who graduates on Friday 16 December, completed a dissertation on a group of motorcyclists as part of her Masters degree in Social Anthropology and developed a taste for biking. Pictured here on a friend's bike at Queen's University A...
15th December, 2005
Pioneering American psychologist honoured by Queen's Pioneering American psychologist honoured by Queen's Eminent American psychologist Professor Gina Green, an international expert in autism and mental disability, received an honorary Doctorate of Science today at Queen's University. Eminent American psychologist Professor Gina...
15th December, 2005
Husband and wife graduate together Husband and wife graduate together Carmel and Mark Reilly, a husband and wife team, today collect their BSc degrees in Nursing Science. Carmel is being awarded a Diploma with Commendation, while Mark obtained a first-class Honours Degree. A couple in their early thirties, who have...
15th December, 2005
'Queen's competes on global scale' says Gregson 'Queen's competes on global scale' says Gregson Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Gregson at Queen's University's Winter Graduation. Queen's University's reputation as a global player in higher education will be enhanced by its new vision, Vice-Chancellor Professor...