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Civic reception guests invited to put Kingston University's high-impact research under the microscope at showcase event

Civic reception guests invited to put Kingston University's high-impact research under the microscope at showcase event

Visitors from the local community joined a host of academics and dignitaries at the annual event, which this year was themed around the University's research.

Award-winning Kingston University staff and leading healthcare researcher recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours List

Award-winning Kingston University staff and leading healthcare researcher recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours List

A Kingston University diversity champion has been awarded an OBE in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours List, with a leading healthcare academic and the University's Head of Widening Participation also receiving MBEs in recognition of their outstanding achievements.

For the first time, renewable energy has generated more than half of all UK electricity – is this a one-hit wonder, asks Kingston University professor

For the first time, renewable energy has generated more than half of all UK electricity – is this a one-hit wonder, asks Kingston University professor

Kingston University Professor of Innovation and Technology Management Audley Genus comments on the National Grid's announcement that, for the first time, electricity generated from renewable energy sources in the UK has surpassed the amount generated from coal and gas combined.

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Research events

Teenage Kicks: Global teenage cultures, representations and practices

Teenage Kicks: Global teenage cultures, representations and practices
Saturday 9 September - Sunday 10 September 2017

A media interdisciplinary conference run by Kingston University.

Kingston Shakespeare conference: Marlowe and Shakespeare

Kingston Shakespeare conference: Marlowe and Shakespeare
Friday 17 November - Saturday 18 November 2017

A part of the Kingston Shakespeare Seminar Series.

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