Humans have always been migrants - new animation9 February 2016
A short animated film commissioned by two Kent historians challenges the concept that migration at current levels is a new phenomenon.
Transport economics expert calls for consistency11 February 2016
The University’s Professor Roger Vickerman has called for greater consistency in how the UK regulates its various transport modes.
The science behind badger culling – DICE lecture11 February 2016
Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Zoology, London, addresses the scientific evidence surrounding badger culling on Thursday 10 March.
Time capsule to mark West Wing opening10 February 2016
An unusual time capsule, locked for the next 50 years, has marked the opening of the Templeman Library’s new West Wing.
Pride Award for outstanding service9 February 2016
Two members of the Kent Hospitality team – Diba Artingstoll and Oliver Rattingan – have been presented with a Pride Award for outstanding service.
No more hippy trail routes as backpackers become tourists8 February 2016
Low cost airlines, natural disasters, regional competition, tightening visa rules and terrorism have all changed backpacking in South East Asia.
Innovation in Academia Awards nominations8 February 2016
Nominations are invited for the Innovation in Academia Awards, which celebrate academic creativity and innovation between Europe and the US.
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