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Exhibition from Kingston School of Art's Storybox Collective shines light on rich history of Glyndebourne opera house

Posted Monday 28 November 2022

Exhibition from Kingston School of Art's Storybox Collective shines light on rich history of Glyndebourne opera house

Students, staff and alumni, under the banner of the Storybox Collective, have worked on an exhibition inspired by items in the archive of Glyndebourne opera house.


Community pharmacy-led vaccination champion scheme helped thousands of patients overcome hesitancy around Covid-19 jabs, Kingston University research finds

Posted Monday 28 November 2022

Community pharmacy-led vaccination champion scheme helped thousands of patients overcome hesitancy around Covid-19 jabs, Kingston University research finds

An award-winning scheme that saw community pharmacists support patients to understand the benefits of being jabbed against Covid-19 and overcome initial hesitancy proved hugely successful, new research by an expert from Kingston University has shown.


Food banks evolving to survive cost of living crisis, Kingston University experts find

Posted Thursday 24 November 2022

Food banks evolving to survive cost of living crisis, Kingston University experts find

Researchers from Kingston University in London and London Metropolitan University have found that community and social supermarkets and pay-as-you-feel services are increasingly being adopted by food aid charities so they can meet demand, become more sustainable, provide choice and reduce the stigma sometimes associated with being referred to a food bank.


Risk of heart disease can be predicted with simple eye test through artificial intelligence algorithm, research involving Kingston University finds

Posted Wednesday 23 November 2022

 Risk of heart disease can be predicted with simple eye test through artificial intelligence algorithm, research involving Kingston University finds

Artificial intelligence-enabled eye scans could be used to rapidly and accurately predict whether a person is at high risk of heart disease, a new study involving researchers from Kingston University has established. The findings could pave the way for cardiovascular screening to be done more quickly and simply by using cameras, without the need for blood tests or blood pressure measurements.


Kingston University's Navigate programme to prepare students for career success by embedding future skills across curriculum

Posted Wednesday 16 November 2022

 Kingston University's Navigate programme to prepare students for career success by embedding future skills across curriculum

Kingston University is embedding a new model of education across its curriculum with the launch of the Navigate programme – ensuring students on all courses are equipped with the skills, experience and opportunities to succeed in their future careers.


Younger generation experienced most workplace stress during Covid-19 pandemic, Kingston University researcher finds

Posted Monday 14 November 2022

Younger generation experienced most workplace stress during Covid-19 pandemic, Kingston University researcher finds

A study undertaken by management experts at Kingston University's Business School and Maynooth University in Ireland has shown people in the early stages of their careers were more likely to be impacted by workplace stress during the Covid-19 pandemic.


Autobiography by Kingston University researcher about living with learning disabilities celebrated at Houses of Parliament

Posted Tuesday 8 November 2022

Autobiography by Kingston University researcher about living with learning disabilities celebrated at Houses of Parliament

A Kingston University research assistant has written his life story about growing up with learning disabilities, the challenges he has faced throughout his life and how he is working to change perceptions, which was celebrated during an event at the Houses of Parliament.


Vital for graduates to possess future skills the country's workforce needs if economy is to thrive, Kingston University Vice-Chancellor tells House of Lords inquiry

Posted Thursday 27 October 2022

Vital for graduates to possess future skills the country's workforce needs if economy is to thrive, Kingston University Vice-Chancellor tells House of Lords inquiry

Kingston University Vice-Chancellor Professor Steven Spier has set out the need for a progressive new model of education focused on delivering the skills for innovation required by industry during a House of Lords select committee hearing.

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