Forest wildlife can be supported by improving logging3 December 2014
Research has found that Reduced-Impact Logging practices could support the biodiversity in forests in a similar way to not logging at all.
Kent’s REF success18 December 2014
The Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014 ranks Kent among the top 20% of UK Higher Education Institutions for research power.
New research on children’s early social interaction18 December 2014
Young children need to acquire a range of competencies as they learn how to engage in everyday interaction with those around them.
Kent welcomes new members to CHASE16 December 2014
The University has welcomed the addition of two new members to the Consortium for Humanities and the Arts South-East England (CHASE).
Admin co-ordinator cuts ribbon at new charity shop15 December 2014
Administrative Co-ordinator Sarah Collins was guest of honour at the opening of the new Cancer Research UK shop in Canterbury.
Chickens ‘closer to dinosaurs’ than other birds12 December 2014
New research suggests that chickens have experienced fewer gross genomic changes than other birds as they evolved from their dinosaur ancestor.
Runners raise £6000 for Pilgrims Hospices10 December 2014
Our Athletics and Cross Country team, who ran over 200 miles from our Canterbury campus to Paris, have raised £6000 for Pilgrims Hospices.