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March 2020

 Kingston Business School remembers eminent entrepreneurship academic Professor David Smallbone

Kingston Business School remembers eminent entrepreneurship academic Professor David Smallbone

Tributes have been paid to a highly respected and popular academic at Kingston Business School, Professor David Smallbone.

Primary school pupil's idea for automated sink to help mum during fight with cancer brought to life by Kingston University

Primary school pupil's idea for automated sink to help mum during fight with cancer brought to life by Kingston University

A North London schoolgirl's idea for an automated height-adjusting sink to help her mum during her cancer battle has become a reality thanks to Kingston University staff and students.

February 2020

Kingston University and St George's, University of London launch unique programme to help people with learning disabilities become researchers

Kingston University and St George's, University of London launch unique programme to help people with learning disabilities become researchers

A pioneering programme to help people with learning disabilities become researchers has been launched by Kingston University and St George's, University of London.

Coronavirus infections will inevitably rise in UK but people should not stigmatise communities, Kingston University microbiology expert says

Coronavirus infections will inevitably rise in UK but people should not stigmatise communities, Kingston University microbiology expert says

Professor Mark Fielder, an expert in rapid detection and diagnosis of infectious diseases, says people should be reassured the United Kingdom's strict procedures will limit the spread of the infection.

January 2020

Bosses should encourage office chats to improve team performance, Kingston University research reveals

Bosses should encourage office chats to improve team performance, Kingston University research reveals

A new study by a Chartered Psychologist from Kingston University London shows managers should encourage time for non-work chats as part of maintaining a productive team with strong working relationships,

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.

November 2019

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.

Public believe more than half of fake news about healthcare spread online, major study by Kingston University reveals

Public believe more than half of fake news about healthcare spread online, major study by Kingston University reveals

Research by academics from Kingston Business School showed more than 60 per cent of misinfomration read online is believed- and trust in such claims increases if a story is seen multipe times.

Leading experts from across country explore future treatments for cancer, diabetes and dementia at Kingston University drug discovery symposium

Leading experts from across country explore future treatments for cancer, diabetes and dementia at Kingston University drug discovery symposium

Ways that new, targeted therapies for diseases such as cancer, diabetes and dementia can be successfully taken from the lab to the clinic have been explored during a Kingston University event that brought together leading researchers and industry experts from across the United Kingdom.

October 2019

Routine ward rounds not delivering patients quality care, partnership study involving Kingston University and St George's, University of London finds

Routine ward rounds not delivering patients quality care, partnership study involving Kingston University and St George's, University of London finds

The widespread practice of routine ward rounds in England, known as intentional rounding, may not be the best way for nurses to deliver care to patients, a partnership study involving Kingston University and St George's, University of London has revealed.

Fair trade finding new markets in developing countries as India's shoppers outstrip UK consumers in demand for ethical products, Kingston University research reveals

Fair trade finding new markets in developing countries as India's shoppers outstrip UK consumers in demand for ethical products, Kingston University research reveals

Dr Smirti Kutaula, an ethical consumer behaviour and sustainability expert at Kingston Business School, examined perceptions of fair trade and buying behaviour in the two countries

Kingston University's integral role at heart of community celebrated at civic showcase event in borough's Guildhall

Kingston University's integral role at heart of community celebrated at civic showcase event in borough's Guildhall

The key role Kingston University plays in the community was showcased at the borough's Guildhall as staff and students made the most of the opportunity to demonstrate the ways in which they enrich the lives of people across the borough.

Health care research professor at Kingston University and St George's, University of London named Academy of Social Sciences Fellow

Health care research professor at Kingston University and St George's, University of London named Academy of Social Sciences Fellow

Professor of Health care research at Kingston University and St George's, University of London Annette Boaz has been conferred as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.

Kingston University and the Royal Borough of Kingston join forces to bring historic Muybridge collection back to borough

Kingston University and the Royal Borough of Kingston join forces to bring historic Muybridge collection back to borough

The unique material, part of the Victorian photographer's own personal collection which he bequeathed to Kingston Museum on his death, will be housed in the University's flagship new Town House building.

 Kingston University's School of Engineering and the Environment receives Athena SWAN bronze award from Advance HE

Kingston University's School of Engineering and the Environment receives Athena SWAN bronze award from Advance HE

Kingston University's School of Engineering and the Environment has become the third department to receive an Athena SWAN bronze award for its commitment to gender equality and inclusivity.

European Space Agency astronaut Tim Peake among visitors to Kingston University's lab in a lorry at New Scientist Live event

European Space Agency astronaut Tim Peake among visitors to Kingston University's lab in a lorry at New Scientist Live event

Hundreds of science enthusiasts were given a taster of some of Kingston University's STEM equipment and outreach activities as New Scientist Live opened its doors at ExCel London on Thursday, with visitors to the University's stand including British astronaut Tim Peake.

September 2019

NHS includes award-winning pain rehabilitation programme from Kingston University and St George's, University of London in its long term plan

NHS includes award-winning pain rehabilitation programme from Kingston University and St George's, University of London in its long term plan

An award-winning programme created by a Kingston University and St George's, University of London professor to help people with chronic hip and knee pain has received national recognition – after cutting NHS waiting times and saving the service millions of pounds.

Green entrepreneurs need access to finance to help UK meet emissions targets, Kingston University experts warn

Green entrepreneurs need access to finance to help UK meet emissions targets, Kingston University experts warn

Start-up businesses working on innovations to help combat climate change must have access to reliable funding if the United Kingdom is to meet its carbon emission reduction targets, according to leading business experts from Kingston University in London.

Some children with autism more able to read thoughts and feelings from facial expressions than previously thought, Kingston University research reveals

Some children with autism more able to read thoughts and feelings from facial expressions than previously thought, Kingston University research reveals

The ability of people with autism to read what someone is feeling or thinking by looking at their eyes and face may have been underestimated, according to research conducted by a developmental psychology expert from Kingston University.

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