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Posted Tuesday 13 February 2024
A female scientist has been awarded a PhD from Kingston University, four years after fleeing her home country due to ongoing armed conflict.
Posted Tuesday 23 January 2024
The BIG South London Creative and Digital Innovation Cluster is bringing together small and medium-sized enterprises, sole traders and graduates keen to establish a foothold in the creative industries or digital technology space.
Posted Monday 22 January 2024
Kingston University academics and staff from the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames' Department of Health Behaviours and Public Health Services have published an evaluation of the effectiveness of a series of locally-led digital public health campaigns.
Posted Thursday 18 January 2024
Kingston University has received almost £100,000 funding from the Royal Society of Chemistry to help create lasting change by improving the representation, progression and retention of chemical scientists from Black and minority ethnic backgrounds.
Posted Wednesday 17 January 2024
Research led by Kingston University and the National Children's Bureau has uncovered an unprecedented picture of national demand for children's social care services in England.
Posted Monday 18 December 2023
Kingston University and UK construction company Galliford Try are launching a £261,000 Knowledge Transfer Partnership project to create a tool that utilises artificial intelligence to improve quality and risk management, and minimise waste within construction.
Posted Thursday 23 November 2023
Kingston University has been announced as part of a pioneering doctoral training partnership, after being selected by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). The partnership will focus on the training of five cohorts of postgraduate researchers in challenge-led themes that reflect some of the most pressing social science concerns in the future, including developing healthy and thriving communities.
Posted Tuesday 21 November 2023
Kingston University has launched a new collaboration with Science Card, Britain's first e-money current account app dedicated to accelerating science and innovation, to fund research exploring the potential of fig latex to combat cervical cancer.