Kent remains a top university for student satisfaction1 September 2016
Final year students at Kent remain among the most satisfied in the UK, according to the National Student Survey (NSS) 2016.
A warm welcome to colleagues from University of Malaya23 September 2016
The visit, which took place 21-22 September, was hosted by the Office of the Vice-Chancellor and the Directorate of International Partnerships.
Trophy hunting of lions can conserve the species22 September 2016
Trophy hunters can play an important role in lion conservation, researchers from the University’s Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology have shown.
Sports scientist explains TUEs and asthma20 September 2016
Dr John Dickinson contributes to press and public understanding of therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) following hacking of World Anti-Doping Agency database.
Bonobos challenge nut cracking chimpanzees16 September 2016
A first of its kind study from the School of Anthropology and Conservation has found that bonobos can be just as efficient at nut-cracking as chimpanzees.
Exploring identity, culture and politics following referendum13 September 2016
A festival organised by the University's European Theatre Research Network explores key themes following the EU referendum.
Traditional fishermen come together to fight for survival13 September 2016
Research by Kent Masters students in Malta played a part in encouraging local fishermen to better promote sustainable traditional fishing.
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