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Company Overview of Queen’s University of Belfast
Queen’s University of Belfast is an educational institution that offers undergraduate, postgraduate, and research educational services. The university provides degrees in the areas of accounting, aeronautical engineering, biological sciences, computer sciences, electronic and software engineering, music technology, and sociology. Its departments include School of Nursing and Midwifery, Faculty of Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering, Institute of Byzantine Studies, and Graduate School of Education. The university was founded in 1845 and is based in Belfast, United Kingdom.
Belfast, BT7 1NN
Founded in 1845
Key Executives for Queen’s University of Belfast
Director of Research (School of Pharmacy)
Chair of Spatial Planning
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Queen’s University of Belfast Key Developments
Celerion Expands Ophthalmological Capabilities to Patient Populations in Collaboration with Queen's University, Belfast
Sep 30 14
Celerion, announced the expansion of ophthalmological services in the Belfast, Northern Ireland UK facility, by building on the successful relationship with Queen's University in Belfast. Celerion will expand its collaboration with Queen's University for access to patient populations, specialized procedures and their scientific expertise in this area. This new focus will enable Celerion to apply expertise acquired from several years of performing precise ophthalmologic measurements as part of assessing the safety of new drug candidates. By moving beyond clinical safety assessment, Celerion scientists and colleagues at The Centre for Experimental Medicine at Queen's University can perform assessments of drug effect in a controlled research environment. The focus will be on patients with eye diseases such as diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, and retinal vein occlusions.
Clean Air Power Announces Collaboration with Queens University Belfast to Develop Dual-Fuel Process for Small-Cylinder Diesel Engines
May 6 14
Clean Air Power announced the start of a collaborative research programme with Queens University, Belfast (QUB) to develop a Dual-Fuel combustion process for application in small-cylinder diesel engines used in the light-duty automotive market. The programme is to be carried out at QUB on a single-cylinder research engine built to replicate the light-duty diesel engines used in next-generation passenger cars and light commercial vehicles (LCVs). The 2-3 year project is supported by grant funding from the Department for Education and Learning (DEL) and the Centre for Advanced Sustainable Energy (CASE), run by the UK Government body, Invest Northern Ireland. Clean Air Power will provide equipment and technical support to QUB during the project and has established a co-operation agreement with the university covering rights on any intellectual property generated. This project complements an on-going funded research programme undertaken with Brunel University aimed at developing the next generation of advanced Dual-Fuel combustion systems for heavy-duty diesel engines.
Queen’s University of Belfast Presents at 9th Annual The Neurotech Investing & Partnering Conference 2014, Apr-24-2014 03:45 PM
Mar 20 14
Queen’s University of Belfast Presents at 9th Annual The Neurotech Investing & Partnering Conference 2014, Apr-24-2014 03:45 PM. Venue: The Ritz Carlton, 10 Avery St., Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Speakers: Teo Forcht Dagi.
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