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From the web: Apple launches smart watch, new iPhones and mobile payment system

From the web: Apple launches smart watch, new iPhones and mobile payment system

Tech expert associate professor Barry Avery writes for The Conversation on the launch of the iPhone 6 and Apple Watch.

New Kingston energy initiative launched at World Renewable Energy Congress

New Kingston energy initiative launched at World Renewable Energy Congress

Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, Ed Davey launches Kingston Energy at the World Renewable Energy Congress.

Kingston University professor's comic superheroine makes jump from screen to magazine

Kingston University professor's comic superheroine makes jump from screen to magazine

A Kingston University academic, who also writes superhero comic books, says he is glad his collaborators are too busy to work with him as their feminist strip My So Called Secret Identity gets ready to make the move from computer screen to print.

Find out about the research and researchers at Kingston University that are making the news and selected publications on our KU Research Pinterest Board.

Austerity in the Eurozone is damaging economic recovery, says Kingston professor

Austerity in the Eurozone is damaging economic recovery, says Kingston professor

Head of Kingston University's school of economics, history & politics, Professor Steve Keen, criticises German-led Eurozone austerity measures.


Kingston Business School expert predicts many of Chancellor George Osborne's budget measures will have little impact

Kingston Business School expert predicts many of Chancellor George Osborne's budget measures will have little impact

As Britain reacts to George Osborne's budget, including moves designed to boost the incomes of pensioners and savers hit by low interest rates, a Kingston academic says that, with an election looming, the motive for many of the measures is purely political.


The Kingston Business School research suggests that being a workaholic doesn't make people happier out of the office.

The REF is the new system for assessing the quality of research in UK higher education institutions.

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