Thought leadership no longer resides just within academic circles and exclusive events. It's about openly sharing big ideas that change how people perceive the world.
Researchers at Kingston University are constantly exploring new ideas, questioning the status quo and taking the lead on important research; from world leading art and design to philosophy, health, business and ground-breaking science.
We think it's important to share the great things our researchers are doing. Through the Thought Leadership Series, each week we will publish a research 'snapshot'; providing a glimpse into the exciting and interesting areas of research being undertaken at Kingston.
As we approach the 25th anniversary of Stephen Lawrence's murder, Brian Cathcart assesses whether the Daily Mail really played the pivotal and progressive role it claims in the case, and its impact on Britain's race relations
It took a lot of hard work and dedication to his research for Nick Mai to secure some of Europe's most prestigious research funding.
Research spearheaded by Dr Anke Jakob a design expert from Kingston University, is shedding new light on the positive impact improved multi-sensory environments can have in dementia care.
A 2013 study found that athletes who reported using nutritional supplements were also more than three-and-a-half times more likely to report doping.
My So-Called Secret Identity (MSCSI) has been acclaimed by the comics press and mainstream media, and featured in international publications like Ms Magazine, Times Higher Education, The Guardian, Femina and Stylist. The series, is a celebration of diverse female characters that don't often feature in mainstream superhero titles.