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What does QMUL stand for?

QMUL stands for Queen Mary, University of London


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Particularly outstanding achievements include: Safina Mughal (A*A*A, going to Queen Mary, University of London to read law); Charanjeev Kaur (A*A*A, going to the University of Birmingham to read history); Renka Pooja (A*A*A, going to the University of Birmingham to read mathematics); Terenam Grewal (A*AA, going to Aston University to read economics); Ruba Hendi (A*AA, going to Aston University to read chemical engineering); Aneesah Shabir (A*AA, going to Aston University to read accounting); Amritpreet Sarohia (AAA, going to the University of Birmingham to readmathematics.
The researchers at Queen Mary, University of London and the University of Warwick have discovered a neuropeptide- a molecule which carries signals between neurons- called NGFFYamide, which triggers the stomach to contract and retract back into the starfish.
It could take one to two years for all the regulatory hurdles to be overcome, according to study leader Dr David Wald, from Queen Mary, University of London.
Lord Hennessy (pictured) is currently the Attlee Professor of Contemporary British History at Queen Mary, University of London and Director of the Mile End Institute of Contemporary British Government, Intelligence and Society.
Each scout reports back to the hive and, after several days of "debate," the thousands of bees come to a unanimous decision about where they'll live next, says Lars Chittka, a behavioral ecologist and head of the bee research team at Queen Mary, University of London in Britain.
Prof David Kelsell, from Queen Mary, University of London, said: "In studying this rare condition, we have made an important discovery about a cancer.