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Kent and Medway Medical School

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Lorries queuing in Operation Stack

Kent explores virtual queuing for cross-channel traffic after Brexit

The School of Computing and Kent Business School (KBS) are working on a digital solution that could manage cross-channel traffic after Brexit.

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Adults with autism can read complex emotions in others

New research shows that adults with autism can recognise complex emotions as easily as those without the condition.

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Most surrogates don’t think they should receive a fee

Research led by Kent show that more than 70% of surrogates believe they should only be allowed to claim expenses.

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Professor April McMahon appointed to TEF panel

Professor April McMahon appointed to TEF panel

The Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education at Kent is set to be a panel member for the TEF Subject-Level Pilot 2018-19.

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Kent helps to identify a growing star

Kent's Beacon Observatory was used to observe a young star in the midst of a rare growth spurt.

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