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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.

Should a Theresa May memoir be released? Experts at Kingston University create novel formula to guide publishers on the potential success or failure of political biographies

Should a Theresa May memoir be released? Experts at Kingston University create novel formula to guide publishers on the potential success or failure of political biographies

A recent debate on social media about whether or not the book-buying public has an appetite for an autobiography of former Prime Minister Theresa May has prompted a publishing expert and economist from Kingston University to team up to analyse how to predict if a political memoir will be a hit or a flop.

End of life and palliative care for people with learning disabilities needs improving, Kingston University and St George's, University of London expert tells House of Lords lecture

End of life and palliative care for people with learning disabilities needs improving, Kingston University and St George's, University of London expert tells House of Lords lecture

Pioneering cancer charity Marie Curie has called on the expertise of world-leading learning disability and palliative care expert at Kingston University and St George's, University of London Professor Irene Tuffrey-Wijne to share her insight and ground-breaking research on the topic at the House of Lords.

Kingston University expert designs new sensory room for local care home residents living with dementia

Kingston University expert designs new sensory room for local care home residents living with dementia

Residents of the dementia suite at a Kingston care home have had their lives enhanced by a new sensory room created by a leading design researcher from Kingston University.

Leading judge and chair of landmark public inquiry in to journalism Sir Brian Leveson awarded Kingston University honorary degree

Leading judge and chair of landmark public inquiry in to journalism Sir Brian Leveson awarded Kingston University honorary degree

Sir Brian Leveson, who has recently retired after serving as the country's most senior criminal judge, has received an honorary degree from Kingston University.

A sustainable future for construction – Kingston University hosts international conference to help tackle climate crisis

A sustainable future for construction – Kingston University hosts international conference to help tackle climate crisis

Experts from around the world have gathered at Kingston University for an international conference to discuss the challenges and potential solutions that could play a key role in helping tackle the climate crisis.

Combating climate change: Kingston University PhD student's renewable energy research wins plaudits in Three Minute Thesis competition

Combating climate change: Kingston University PhD student's renewable energy research wins plaudits in Three Minute Thesis competition

A postgraduate student whose research in to how communities could help tackle climate change by cooperatively harnessing renewable energy is set to represent Kingston University in the national semi-finals of the global Three Minute Thesis competition.

Do electrodes make you smarter? Kingston University neuroscientist casts doubt on benefit of using electric currents to improve memory

Do electrodes make you smarter? Kingston University neuroscientist casts doubt on benefit of using electric currents to improve memory

Dr Giulia Galli was part of an international research team who investigated the effectiveness of applying electrical currents to the brain to improve memory and enhance cognitive ability.

Health economist claims Government's failure to offer HPV catch-up vaccinations to older boys is discriminatory

Health economist claims Government's failure to offer HPV catch-up vaccinations to older boys is discriminatory

Kingston Business School health economist Profesor Giampiero Favato believes omitting older boys from the national HPV vaccination programme poses serious risks.

Politics expert Dr Robin Pettitt analyses domestic and international costs of Brexit

Politics expert Dr Robin Pettitt analyses domestic and international costs of Brexit

Dr Pettitt explores the long term impact of the the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union.

Inspiring young girls through strategic approach key to driving more women in to STEM careers and closing  skills gap, experts say at Kingston University event

Inspiring young girls through strategic approach key to driving more women in to STEM careers and closing skills gap, experts say at Kingston University event

A panel of leading advocates for gender equality in the sciences discussed the reasons behind the underrepresentation of women in STEM subjects during a public event organised by Kingston University.

First Mental Health Nurses' Day a step in right direction, Kingston University and St George's, University of London expert says

First Mental Health Nurses' Day a step in right direction, Kingston University and St George's, University of London expert says

The introduction of the first-ever Mental Health Nurses' Day is a step forward in helping people understand the crucial role these specialist nurses play in supporting service users and challenging stigma that still surrounds mental illness, according to an expert from Kingston University and St George's University of London.

New parliamentary report could help tackle national childhood obesity crisis, Kingston University expert says

New parliamentary report could help tackle national childhood obesity crisis, Kingston University expert says

A new government report could be a long-awaited step in helping to tackle the national childhood obesity crisis, according to a Kingston University expert.

Equipping ambulances with 5G video streaming: Kingston University project with global connectivity provider Pangea set to revolutionise emergency services

Equipping ambulances with 5G video streaming: Kingston University project with global connectivity provider Pangea set to revolutionise emergency services

A cutting edge 5G-enabled video streaming system that will allow A&E doctors to make life-saving decisions on patient care by viewing live footage from ambulances is being developed by Kingston University and Internet of Things (IoT) company Pangea Connected.

Rocket scientist helping Britain reach for the stars after graduating with PhD following Kingston University studies

Rocket scientist helping Britain reach for the stars after graduating with PhD following Kingston University studies

A rocket scientist from Kingston University is hoping to help play a key role in leading Britain back in to space after capping off a decade of studies at Kingston University with a PhD.

New book by Kingston University and St George's, University of London social work expert outlines ramifications of privatising services

New book by Kingston University and St George's, University of London social work expert outlines ramifications of privatising services

A book setting out the far-reaching implications of privatising social work has been unveiled by a leading academic from Kingston University and St George's, University of London.

Kingston University child development scientist shares expertise with politicians in Westminster as part of Royal Society scheme

Kingston University child development scientist shares expertise with politicians in Westminster as part of Royal Society scheme

Child development expert Dr Jo Van Herwegen has been based in the House of Commons for a week finding out how research can effectively influence policy.

Shifting focus from catching cheats to positive education key to protecting clean sport, Kingston University expert tells World Anti-Doping Agency conference

Shifting focus from catching cheats to positive education key to protecting clean sport, Kingston University expert tells World Anti-Doping Agency conference

The assumption most athletes would dope unless stopped should be abandoned, with the focus of anti-doping education shifting towards a more positive, values-based approach, according to a Kingston University public health expert.

Kingston University philosophy expert wins Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship to explore sex division in natural history

Kingston University philosophy expert wins Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship to explore sex division in natural history

Professor of Modern European Philosophy Stella Sandford has been awarded more than £141,000 from the leading research funder to explore the philosophical basis of sex classification in natural history.

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