The School of Biosciences has demonstrated it is a world-leading Research School, seeing an increase in its overall GPA to 3.24 since 2014. Biosciences published 76% of its research papers in the highest “world leading” and “internationally excellent” categories.
A fantastic impact case score, of which an exceptional 83% were assessed as being in the highest “world leading” category (and 100% in the “world leading” and “internationally excellent” categories), demonstrated the significance of our science as making a sustained and significant impact on society.
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The University of Kent is excited to be part of the innovative Growing Kent and Medway project, which officially launched at the Fruit Focus event on 21 July.
Research from the University of Kent, the University of Nottingham and L’Alliance Boviteq Inc., has established a method of significantly improving in-vitro fertilization (IVF) in cattle.
Discovery of the universal mathematical formula that can describe any bird’s egg existing in nature, a feat which has been unsuccessful until now.
Kent’s School of Biosciences and the Institute of Medical Virology at Goethe-University, Frankfurt am Main, have identified a protein that may critically contribute to severe forms of COVID-19.
New research has revealed the differences in mechanism behind cancer’s resistance to the major class of anti-cancer drugs known as nucleoside analogues.
We are pleased to announce that the University has been awarded £1.148 million from the latest Office for Students (OfS) Capital Funding Competition in recognition of our commitment to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).