Genome sequencing research completed by Kingston University has the potential to bring significant benefits to a key global health issue – that of multi-drug-resistant bacteria.
Public health and education experts from Kingston University are playing a key role in a major European project to deter young people from using performance and appearance-enhancing drugs.
A research excellence project which aims to outline the steps needed to secure the future excellence of UK research and to maintain an innovation research ecosystem has highlighted three Kingston University case studies.
Find out about the research and researchers at Kingston University that are making the news and selected publications on our KU Research Pinterest Board.
Second international death online research symposium
Monday 17 August - Tuesday 18 August 2015
This symposium will explore how we invest death-related practices with meaning in digital convergent media, social media artifacts and networks.
Come and hear leading researchers, talking about the art – and science – of meaningful patient and public involvement in every stage of health and social care research.
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