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Kingston University secures top honours in national Vitae Three Minute Thesis competition for second year running after student showcases advances in tissue engineering research

Posted Wednesday 28 September 2022

Kingston University secures top honours in national Vitae Three Minute Thesis competition for second year running after student showcases advances in tissue engineering research

Kingston University PhD student Sadaf Akbari, who is researching how smart materials could be used to replace damaged bones within the human body, has been named winner of this year's national Vitae Three Minute Thesis competition


Kingston University ranked among highest nationally in several subject areas and top 60 overall in 2023 Guardian University Guide

Posted Tuesday 27 September 2022

 Kingston University ranked among highest nationally in several subject areas and top 60 overall in 2023 Guardian University Guide

Kingston University has been ranked among the best in the country in several subject areas and as one of the top 60 institutions overall in the latest Guardian University Guide league tables. The University topped the national tables for interior design and was named second in the country for fashion and textiles and mental health nursing – as well as being the top ranked London institution for both subject areas.


Kingston University awarded government grant for campus decarbonisation project

Posted Monday 26 September 2022

Kingston University awarded government grant for campus decarbonisation project

The £174,000 grant from the Department for Business, Enterprise and Industrial Strategy will be used to develop strategic heat decarbonisation plans for the University's campuses.


Kingston University equality network shortlisted for Times Higher Education award

Posted Thursday 22 September 2022

 Kingston University equality network shortlisted for Times Higher Education award

A Kingston University initiative that brings together students and staff to work on projects promoting equality and inclusivity on campus is in the running for an accolade at this year's Times Higher Education Awards. Known as the Oscars of higher education, the prestigious annual awards celebrate the talent, dedication and innovation of individuals and teams spanning the UK and Ireland across all aspects of campus life.


London Fashion Week shines a light on Kingston School of Art's emerging designers

Posted Tuesday 20 September 2022

London Fashion Week shines a light on Kingston School of Art's emerging designers

The creativity and craftmanship of Kingston School of Art's postgraduate fashion students was showcased at this year's London Fashion Week with more than 30 designers unveiling their graduate collections.


Kingston University and healthcare technology firm Observia to develop medication adherence tool to help patients living with Type 2 Diabetes

Posted Tuesday 20 September 2022

Kingston University and healthcare technology firm Observia to develop medication adherence tool to help patients living with Type 2 Diabetes

A pioneering behavioural diagnostic tool designed to improve the number of patients with type 2 diabetes taking their medication as prescribed has been developed following extensive research by Kingston University and partners including healthcare technology company Observia.


Kingston University Vice-Chancellor Professor Steven Spier pays tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Posted Thursday 8 September 2022

Kingston University Vice-Chancellor Professor Steven Spier pays tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Kingston University Vice-Chancellor Professor Steven Spier has paid tribute to Her Majesty the Queen following the announcement that she has passed away.


Kingston University student secures place in Vitae Three Minute Thesis national final with presentation about bioengineering research to help repair damaged bones

Posted Friday 26 August 2022

 Kingston University student secures place in Vitae Three Minute Thesis national final with presentation about bioengineering research to help repair damaged bones

A Kingston University postgraduate student whose tissue engineering research could help address the global organ donor shortage has made the national final of this year's Vitae Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.

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