All our undergraduate programmes are ranked as some of the highest in the UK and among the best in London. Our taught postgraduate programmes are similarly first class and provide students with a fantastic opportunity to engage with cutting-edge research focused in: Modelling and Simulation in Engineering Systems, Bioengineering and Materials Science. The skills developed by our students and our extensive industrial connections provide graduates with excellent employability in stimulating and well-paid careers.The School of Engineering and Materials Science (SEMS) provides outstanding degree programmes coupled with internationally leading research.
Queen Mary University of London is a Russell Group university. We are ranked 11th in the UK for research and provide an attractive campus environment within the heart of London.
- SEMS student awarded Best Poster prize at the UK’s largest ever Medical Engineering and Bioengineering Conference
- Scientist at SEMS helps to identify potential cause for 40 per cent of pre-term births
- Tower Hamlets student bursary scheme launches for 2014/15
|Wed 29 Oct 14||IOM3 Autumn Day|
|Wed 29 Oct 14||Taught Programmes Board|
|Wed 5 Nov 14||All Staff Meeting|
|Thu 6 Nov 14||Science and Engineering Research Showcase|
- Shepherd JH, Riley GP and Screen HR. Early stage fatigue damage occurs in bovine tendon fascicles in the absence of changes in mechanics at either the gross or micro-structural level. J Mech Behav Biomed Mater vol. 38, 163-172.
- Seelbach RJ, Fransen P, Peroglio M, Pulido D, Lopez-Chicon P, Duttenhoefer F, Sauerbier S, Freiman T, Niemeyer P, Semino C, Albericio F, Alini M, Royo M, Mata A and Eglin D. Multivalent dendrimers presenting spatially controlled clusters of binding epitopes in thermoresponsive hyaluronan hydrogels. Acta Biomater vol. 10, (10) 4340-4350.
- Peffers MJ, Thorpe CT, Collins JA, Eong R, Wei TK, Screen HR and Clegg PD. Proteomic Analysis Reveals Age-related Changes in Tendon Matrix Composition, with Age- and Injury-specific Matrix Fragmentation. J Biol Chem vol. 289, (37) 25867-25878.