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Default Alt Text Taking consumer rights seriously

According to a recent report published by Ombudsman Services, Britons made 52 million complaints las read more

10 March 2016
A woman throwing paperwork up into the air with a smile on her face Converge Challenge Kickstart

Four budding innovators from Queen Margaret University (QMU) are among the semi-finalists in a Scotl read more

05 December 2018
Default Alt Text QMU experts call for consumer rights to be taken seriously

To mark World Consumer Rights Day (Tuesday 15 March), experts from QMU ’s Consumer Dispute Resolutio read more

14 March 2016
Black and white portrait of Jim Scobbie holding a book QMU’s world leading researcher appointed to REF

A world leading speech researcher at Queen Margaret University (QMU) has been appointed to the natio read more

26 March 2018
Default Alt Text Over 65s offered free exercise classes as part of university study

People aged 65 years and over in Edinburgh and East Lothian are being offered free exercise classes read more

11 August 2015
Default Alt Text Scotland’s leading youth employment schemes make their mark in Europe

Scotland’s leading youth employment initiatives have been highlighted as examples of excellence, as read more

05 May 2015
A student & Lecturer with probes in their mouths looking at a screen covered in coloured squares Speech technology transforms girl born deaf into confident speaking law student

A girl who was born deaf and spent the first three years of her life with no hearing has had her lif read more

03 December 2018
Two men sitting in large armchairs and talking, one of them is taking notes LGB cancer patients’ care to be investigated

The specific needs of lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people who have experienced cancer is to be th read more

11 February 2019
Default Alt Text Research shows smartphones could help people with shoulder pain

University research has shown that smartphones can help in the treatment of people experiencing shou read more

11 April 2017
Alistair-Ager portrait Rethink needed on emergency responses for children in humanitarian settings

From risks of violence and abuse to disrupting their development, humanitarian crises present major read more

02 August 2019

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