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Are the UK's carers in crisis? Psychologists, support workers and researchers explore ways to improve support at Kingston University event

Are the UK's carers in crisis? Psychologists, support workers and researchers explore ways to improve support at Kingston University event

It's estimated unpaid carers save the NHS £136 billion pounds every year, yet there are consistent reports of the pressures this places on them. What needs to be considered when rethinking support?

Flagship multi-million pound Town House building opens at Kingston University

Flagship multi-million pound Town House building opens at Kingston University

Kingston University's landmark Town House building at the Penrhyn Road campus has opened its doors to students, staff and the community.

Kingston Business School launches funded programme to help microbusinesses use tech to grow

Kingston Business School launches funded programme to help microbusinesses use tech to grow

Kingston Business School is inviting 50 leaders of microbusinesses to join a management programme that will help them engage with technology to boost their productivity.

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Information theory: Helping Darwin around genomic obstacles

Information theory: Helping Darwin around genomic obstacles
Wednesday 22 January 2020

As part of the DIRC seminar Series, Les will be presenting the results of his latest research (published in 2019 in the prestigious "Royal Society Open Science") on evidence of an information-theoretical conservation principle linking discrete systems such as computer software, proteins and music.

Michel Foucault, The Punitive Society: Lectures 1972-1973

Michel Foucault, The Punitive Society: Lectures 1972-1973
Friday 31 January 2020

Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy

Mirjam Schaub: Radical Thought v. Radical Action: Aristotle's Invention of the Theory-Practice Gap

Mirjam Schaub: Radical Thought v. Radical Action: Aristotle's Invention of the Theory-Practice Gap
Monday 10 February 2020

Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy, Research Seminar

2020 RSC Organic Division London & South East Regional Meeting

2020 RSC Organic Division London & South East Regional Meeting
Thursday 13 February 2020

Half-day symposium includes the Royal Society of Chemistry Interdisciplinary Prize Lecture by Prof Schofield (Oxford).

Human Rights Festival - 'Empire Legacies: human rights and social justice perspectives'

Human Rights Festival - 'Empire Legacies: human rights and social justice perspectives'
Monday 24 February - Friday 28 February 2020

A week-long programme of events and talks on the theme of ‘Empire Legacies: Human rights and social justice perspectives'.

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