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Posted Thursday 29 April 2021
Student and graduate entrepreneurs are receiving a £40,000 boost through Kingston University's longstanding partnership with Santander Universities to launch and develop their start-ups this year.
Posted Wednesday 28 April 2021
Students from Studio KT1, Kingston University's creative agency, have assisted British artist Mat Collishaw in the production of Echolocation, a new public artwork, inspired by Kingston's history which can be seen in the Undercroft, a short tunnel that leads to Riverside Walk in Kingston upon Thames.
Posted Thursday 22 April 2021
The theme for Earth Day this year is ‘Restore Our Earth' and staff and students at Kingston University have been playing their part in recent months through their involvement in an award-winning programme designed to support sustainable practice within organisations. To date, 92 staff from 24 different teams across the institution have signed up to the sector-wide Green Impact programme, led by Students Organising for Sustainability (SOS-UK), with some 78 sustainable actions already undertaken as part of the scheme.
Posted Wednesday 21 April 2021
Kingston University has teamed up with Salutem Care and Education in a £220,000 technology project to improve care for people with autism and learning difficulties. Experts from the University's School of Computer Science and Mathematics will work with the homecare provider to design and develop a sophisticated sensor system that will alert carers when urgent support is needed.
Posted Thursday 15 April 2021
Staff and students at Kingston School of Art have been paying tribute and remembering the enormous contributions of senior technician Elaine Wilson, who passed away recently. Elaine worked at Kingston School of Art for more than 25 years, specialising in ceramics. She was also a successful artist.
Posted Friday 9 April 2021
A visionary renovation of Kingston School of Art's Mill Street Building has won the 2021 BREEAM Award for the best Public Sector Project – Post Construction.
Posted Thursday 8 April 2021
The announcement by medicines watchdog the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) that exercise should be recommended to people suffering from chronic pain, rather than prescribed painkillers, has been welcomed by rehabilitation science expert at Kingston University and St George's, University of London Professor Mike Hurley. Professor Hurley, whose award-winning programme ESCAPE-pain has now helped more than 20,000 people with chronic hip and knee pain and saved the NHS an estimated £30 million in the process, gives his thoughts on the new guidance.
Posted Wednesday 7 April 2021
Academics from Kingston University's School of Nursing have encouraged the public to get vaccinated against Covid-19 when they are offered their jab, in a bid to protect the most vulnerable in society, healthcare workers, and the wider community.