Saving Borneo's animals from deforestation & climate change22 January 2015
Despite the fact that many of Borneo’s rare species are in trouble new research shows that targeted conservation measures could save many of them.
Greece election result unlikely to lead to Europe domino effect27 January 2015
The result of the general election in Greece is unlikely to have a ‘domino’ effect on the rest of Europe, says a University international politics expert.
Book launch at 'Understanding Philanthropy' conference27 January 2015
A Centre for Philanthropy Beacon Project book, telling the untold story of gifts to the University, will be launched at an ‘Understanding Philanthropy’ conference.
Esteem Lectures to mark University’s 50th anniversary26 January 2015
A series of prestigious public lectures by Kent academics is being held to mark the University’s 50th anniversary during 2014/15.
Publication highlights worldwide research impact26 January 2015
As the University celebrates its strong performance in the Research Excellence Framework (REF), a new publication highlights the impact that Kent researchers make.
Anthropologist & space scientist on Science in Action23 January 2015
Kent research and renowned experts make major contributions to the BBC World Service's flagship science programme.
Early ancestors used their hands like modern humans23 January 2015
New research suggests pre-Homo human ancestral species used human-like hand postures much earlier than was previously thought.