Young people are most likely to be stabbed on their way home from school.

Buses were diverted early this morning after a road crash in Stepney when a car driver was trapped in his vehicle in the Mile End Road.

A landmark study to reduce deaths from catastrophic bleeding has been launched today by London’s Air Ambulance.

Critics may claim that east London’s traditional Cockney rhyming slang is ‘brown bread’, or dead.

A new postgraduate MA degree course in Live Art with underground and stigmatised art forms is being introduced at east London’s Queen Mary University, the first of its kind in the UK.

All the students taking A-levels at Whitechapel’s Swanlea Secondary have passed.

Students poured into Tower Hamlets College in Poplar when the doors opened to get their A-Level results—for the last time.

A clinical trial has begun by researchers at Whitechapel using stem cell transplants to grow new immune systems for people with untreatable Crohn’s disease.

A student has conquered a gruelling coastal swimming, running and cliff-jumping race raising funds for refugees.

Students from Queen Mary University are competing at Silverstone this week in a tough engineering competition to build and race their own car.

A fun festival for school pupils interested in science and medicine careers held at Mile End had experiments like a meter testing their lung capacity and equipment measuring their heart size.

Students with bright ideas for business have been given a boost this week with as £50,000 grant given to Queen Mary University by an enterprise fund to help the next generation of entrepreneurs.

A university lecturer who was the victim of a violent attack has urged High Court judges to overturn a decision to close more than half of London’s police stations.

Daniel Walker has raised £4,600 in the London Marathon in memory of his best friend who died from a brain tumour.

Police investigating the death of Sami Sidhom have released a man on bail.

This is the “gentle, kind and considerate” student who was stabbed to death close to his home in Forest Gate.

More than 200 people linked arms in a human chain in Whitechapel last night in a show of solidarity against racism.

Student Shimal Devapura has a special reason to thank his mum this Mother’s Day—she donated a kidney to give him a future.

A common little flu virus could be the key to stop the spread of deadly pancreatic cancer after being lab-tested by medical researchers at Whitechapel.

Strike action is to hit Queen Mary University when up to 700 college lecturers could walk out in a dispute about cuts to their pensions.

Dan Walker has begun the New Year setting up a fund-raising running campaign after losing his “dream team” soccer pal to a brain tumour.

A father-of-two diagnosed with haemophilia when he was two-years-old has been given the best Christmas present ever by medical researchers in Whitechapel who appear to have found a breakthrough cure.

A new way of testing the DNA of unborn babies has been started in east London to help pregnant women get the right hospital care and avoid unnecessary jabs for antibody treatment.

The pressure is on to be crowned ‘dental king’ in a national competition with student Jed Lee winning the first heat at the Queen Mary University’s dentistry school at Whitechapel.

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