New approach needed for Tourette’s Syndrome portrayal25 November 2016
Media stereotypes of people with Tourette’s Syndrome (TS) are leading to the stigmatising of adolescents with the condition by their peers.
Inspiring students to start their own businesses2 December 2016
400 students from across the University are set to benefit from a Kent Business School initiative designed to inspire them to start their own businesses.
Kent research informs Coutts million pound donations report28 November 2016
Research shows that charitable donations of more than £1m are at their highest level since 2008 and that higher education remains the main recipient.
Kent leads on major EU mobile security research collaboration25 November 2016
EDA has been awarded a €2.5 million grant to address current issues facing the use of mobile devices to deliver biometric solutions.
Better childcare provision increases support for the service24 November 2016
Expanding childcare provision can create a ‘virtuous cycle’ for public support, Europe-wide study of parental attitudes shows.
Kent to help fight parasite that causes childhood diarrhoea22 November 2016
Funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation enables bioscientists to take up the fight against the parasite that causes diarrhoea in children.
Thinking the Unthinkable – from Brexit to Trump21 November 2016
Former TV news presenter Nik Gowing presents his research on why the top levels in government and corporations fail to anticipate and manage crises.
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