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Three Kingston University case studies featured in new University Alliance initiative to spotlight real world impact of university research

Three Kingston University case studies featured in new University Alliance initiative to spotlight real world impact of university research

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.

British Heart Foundation funding boost to heart disease research at Kingston University

British Heart Foundation funding boost to heart disease research at Kingston University

British Heart Foundation funded project to use models of heart failure to discover how a particular naturally occurring protein can regulate apoptotic heart muscle cell death and heart failure.

From the web: Alice in Wonderland at 150: innocent fantasy or dark and druggy?

From the web: Alice in Wonderland at 150: innocent fantasy or dark and druggy?

Professor Will Brooker, author of Alice's Adventures: Lewis Carroll in Popular Culture, notes how the story's enduring appeal lies in its ability to mirror the changing concerns of new generations.

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Patient and public involvement in research: theory and practice

Patient and public involvement in research: theory and practice
Friday 12 June 2015

This course is designed primarily for researchers who either have an upcoming research project which requires PPI and/or researchers who have some experience of PPI in research but simply want to do it better.

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