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May 2024

Flow-induced cell membrane damage and enhanced intracellular transport in a cross-slot microchannel

Queen Mary bioengineering modelling research featured as front cover article in Soft Matter

Centre for Bioengineering

22 May 2024

Congratulations to Dr Ruixin Lu and the team from Prof Yi Sui's group in the Centre for Bioengineering for publishing a front cover highlight in the journal 'Soft Matter'. The authors developed a novel three-dimensional computational framework, which can, for the first time, simultaneously predict the transient flow-induced deformation of ... [more]

Queen Mary University of London leads £1.7 million project to revolutionise drug discovery with next-generation organ-chip technology

Faculty of Science and Engineering

16 May 2024

Queen Mary University of London in collaboration with a consortium of leading pharmaceutical companies, organ-chip technology providers, and regulatory bodies, has secured a £1.7 million research grant from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to develop a groundbreaking approach to drug discovery. Read more [more]

March 2024

An organ-chip model

Queen Mary team awarded £7 million grant to train next generation of organ-on-a-chip scientists and bioengineers

Faculty of Science and Engineering

13 March 2024

A team of bioengineers led by Professor Hazel Screen have been awarded a £7 million grant to establish an EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Next Generation Organ-on-a-Chip Technologies. Queen Mary University of London is one of sixty-five universities chosen to receive funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research ... [more]

Chen Liu was presented the award at the conference

Queen Mary student wins the Best Poster Presentation at Medical Robotics Conference - SoRo 2024

Centre for Advanced Robotics

8 March 2024

On February 26-27, 2024, Mr Chen Liu, a final-year PhD student of the Robotic Systems Research group led by Dr Ketao Zhang, presented his recent work on developing a smart actuator-powered wearable finger tremor suppression orthosis [1] at the Conference of Mapping the Future of Soft Robotics for Healthcare (SoRo), London, 2024. Chen ... [more]


Prof Hazel Screen speaking to celebrate International Women's Day

Faculty of Science and Engineering

8 March 2024

To celebrate International Women's Day on March 8th, 2024, Queen Mary University of London is delighted to showcase Prof Hazel Screen, the head of the School of Engineering and Materials Science and a fantastic research leader and educator. [more]

Guests at the Night of Science and Engineering

A Night of Science and Engineering: Queen Mary showcases cutting-edge research and innovation

Faculty of Science and Engineering

3 March 2024

Queen Mary University of London held its second annual Night of Science and Engineering last evening at the university's Octagon venue. The event brought together over 200 leading industry partners, researchers, academics, policymakers, and the public, for an evening of exploration, engagement, and celebration of Queen Mary's Faculty of Science and ... [more]


New video celebrating Queen Mary's outstanding science and engineering

Faculty of Science and Engineering

1 March 2024

A new video has been released featuring academic staff, post doctural research assistants and PhD students talking about the amazing science and engineering that they undertake at Queen Mary University of London and how this is underpinned by our diversity and core values. [more]

January 2024

Operation Ouch featuring Organs-on-chip activity led by Queen Mary

Hazel Screen on BBC TV's Operation Ouch! talking about organ-chips

Centre for Bioengineering

23 January 2024

Professor Hazel Screen of the Centre for Bioengineering recently took on a new challenge: explaining the fascinating world of organ-chips technology to the young audience of CBBC Operation Ouch! You can watch on the BBC iplayer the episode which was filmed in our Organ-Chip Centre: [more]

Academic staff with our Vice Principal and Chairman of Queen Mary Council

Celebrating Graduation

Faculty of Science and Engineering

10 January 2024

It was a pleasure to join our graduating students today to celebrate their achievements. The graduation included undergraduate and MSc students as well as several PhD students. There was a large number of academic staff joining the processional party. [more]