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Posted Tuesday 21 December 2021
Following widespread critical acclaim and the announcement of South Korean thriller Squid Game as the most watched programme on Netflix in 2021, Dr Matt Melia, senior lecturer in film, English literature and media at Kingston University, explores the reasons for its international popularity.
Posted Thursday 25 November 2021
Restaurants and coffee shops that use branded ingredients in their menu items and products could significantly increase sales and how much customers are willing to pay, new research from a Kingston University marketing expert shows.
Posted Monday 25 October 2021
Kingston University researchers will examine whether artificial intelligence (AI) can be safely and effectively used to detect diabetic eye disease in an international project that could lead to the first widespread use of AI within the NHS. Academics from the University's Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing will be working with several partner institutions on the £500,000 project, funded by NHSX – an organisation that leads on digital transformation in the NHS – and the Health Foundation, and enabled by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).
Posted Thursday 14 October 2021
A theory that a rise in population density leads to a declining birth rate has been explored in an international study involving a Kingston University expert.
Posted Tuesday 28 September 2021
The global response to two major health crises in recent history – the HIV pandemic and Covid-19 – and the experiences of people who lived through them, is being explored through new research by a Kingston University sociologist.
Posted Monday 27 September 2021
A team of academics from Kingston University are sharing their expertise to support the development of new devices for monitoring pollutants within honeybee hives in a project funded from the BIG South London Voucher Scheme.
Posted Saturday 31 July 2021
With A-level results day just around the corner and Kingston University getting ready to receive hundreds of calls from eager Clearing applicants, an academic expert is encouraging those calling the virtual hotline to use their experiences gained during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Posted Thursday 22 July 2021
The Covid-19 pandemic set the scene for a unique electoral cycle in the USA, says senior lecturer in politics Dr Peter Finn. Here he reflects on the historical events of 2020.