Joshua Robertson is a survivor of trauma. He has overcome the odds to become a stand up comedian performing regularly on the circuit. He has travelled the country with his act and also received international recognition.
The QMUL Institute of Bioengineering and Life Sciences Initiative Easter Public Lecture, supported by the Royal Academy of Engineering, presents Bioengineering the Human Body: Organs on Chips? with Harvard Professor Donald Ingber.
Bioengineering is set to change the future of medicine by applying leading edge engineering to solving health problems. Professor Ingber will talk about his work creating artificial human and animal organs on chips at the Wyss Institute at Harvard. This will…
An actor's love story. A homage to Baz Luhrmann by Gabrielle Ringuet (QMUL Film Studies Student)
Recorded by Theo Kreouzis
Dr Helen Bintley from the School of Medicine & Dentistry and a recent graduate of the 'Teaching with Learning Technologies' taught module for the ADEPT programme reflects on her experience of doing the module.
Dr Antonios Kaniadakis, a recent graduate of the 'Teaching with Learning Technologies' taught module for the ADEPT programme reflects on his experience of doing the module.
Acting head of Internal Engagement Clem Morris interviews Anne Morrison chair of BAFTA prior to her delivery of the 2015 Drapers lecture . What are we educating our students for? - An Employers perspective.
Dr Jo Cordy - Researcher Development Advisor in the CAPD at QMUL - talks about training and development opportunities.
A returning soldier is tormented by his experiences in the trenches. Created by QMUL Film Studies Students: Tom Reynolds, Sam Barry-Parker, Finn Daniels-Yeomans & Will Hadley
After Trauma - Joshua Robertson's Story
Bioengineering the Human Body: Organs on Chips? Professor Donald Ingber - Wyss Institute
A London Story
An Interview with Anne Morrison chair of BAFTA and presenter of the 2015 QMUL Drapers' lecture.
Zero Hour - A Soldier's War Experience
Highlights of Bioengineering the Human Body: Organs on Chips? Professor Donald Ingber - Wyss Insitute
International Surgical Outcomes Study
Stay Safe at QMUL (Fire Safety)
Careers Video Collection: How to avoid CV mistakes
Reflections on the ADEPT taught module on E-learning by Dr Helen Bintley
Reflections on the ADEPT Taught Module on E-learning by Dr Antonios Kaniadakis
Introduction to training & Development Opportunities by Jo Cordy
Live From the Studio 23rd May 2016
Distance Teaching at QMUL - Caroline Walker, Agnes Lech
Distance Teaching at QMUL - Norah Gallaghar
Derivation on Film
Tricaster Samples August 2015
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