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Kent and Medway Medical School

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The skeleton of Napoleon’s horse: one of 50 objects chosen for The Age of Revolution project

Dr Ben Marsh chose 50 key historical objects for a national project that aims to spark young people’s interest in the Age of Revolution.

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What are the business benefits of curiosity?

Kent Business School examines the benefits of curiosity in a Business Soundbites event at the Turner Contemporary.

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How can Canterbury embrace the challenges of the future?

A University event brought together business leaders, public sector chiefs and academics to discuss Canterbury 2050.

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Honorary degrees announced for University ceremonies in July

Author and poet Lemn Sissay and artists Tacita Dean and Gary Hume are among those due to receive honorary degrees from the University in July.

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Nano-sized particles of gold could improve leukaemia treatments

Gold could hold the key to the better diagnosis and treatment of leukaemia, thanks to research led by a University scientist.

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