Colleagues who would like to learn more about the University in the news, or working proactively or reactively with the media, should contact the Press Office.
Recent selected coverage for w/c July 9:
- Kent wins Commercial University of the Year – South East Business. Read our press release here.
- The Linguist Who Helps Police Catch Child Predators – Professor David Shemmings – The Atlantic.
- Calls for more awareness of gang crime in Kent – Dr Jane Wood – KMTV. Read our press release here. Also featured on BBC Radio Kent.
- New flu drug may be stockpiled to protect against pandemic – Dr Jeremy Rossman – The Telegraph.
- As Bear Bile Farms Close, Captive Animals at Risk – Professor Douglas MacMillan and Trang Nguyen – National Geographic. Also featured on Mongabay.com.
- Ignoring friends in favor of phone can be damaging, study says – Varoth Chotpitayasunondh and Professor Karen Douglas – The Jakarta Post. Read our press release here.
- Our Ancient Diet Played A Part In Why Our Hands Look The Way They Do – Professor Tracy Kivell – IFLScience.com. Read our press release here. Also featured on Sciencealert and Tunisiesoir.
- Islamic State’s genocidal crimes demand justice – how can it be done? – Ewelina Ochab – The Conversation. Also featured on The Independent.
- Britain’s Brexit plan revealed: experts react – Professor Feargal Cochrane – The Conversation.
- Does Theresa May’s Chequers deal endanger her hold on Leave voters? – Professor Matthew Goodwin – The New Statesman. Also featured in The Globe and Mail.
- How “Mindful Running” Can Help You Run Faster, Farther, and More Peacefully – GQ.com – Professor Samuele Marcora.
Previous selected coverage for July
- What can museums do to get more immigrants through their doors? – Dr Sophia Labadi – City Metric. Read our press release here.
- Women are attracted to guys who are ‘benevolently’ sexist – Tom Kupfer – Metro. Also featured in The Daily Mail and The Independent.
- Do women become more productive after they’ve had children? – Dr Heejung Chung – The Daily Mail.
- Theresa May’s ‘third way Brexit’ will never happen – she’s just trying to avoid the government’s imminent implosion – Professor Feargal Cochrane – The Metro.
- Pyromaniacs plot new mayhem as firefighters are at full stretch on Saddleworth Moor – Professor Theresa Gannon – The Times.
- In a Race to Save the Northern White Rhino, Scientists Have Succeeded in Creating Hybrid Embryos – Dr Bob Smith – Time Magazine. Also featured in NYPost.com.
- Beyond the Spectacle: Native North American Presence in Britain – Professor David Stirrup – British Library. Read our press release here.
- ‘Sonic attack’ victims are experiencing contagious mass delusion and were NOT hit with a never-before-seen sound-based weapon, scientist claims – Professor Ian McLoughlin – The Daily Mail.
- Central Asia: Economic battleground for the US, China and Russia – Dr Balihar Sanghera and Dr Elmira Satybaldieva – Observerbd.com. Also featured in IBTimes.com.
- ‘Phubbing’ is not just rude, it can also undermine a basic need: to belong – Professor Karen Douglas – MinnPost.com. Read our press release here.
- I Ran a 5K In Total Darkness to Better Understand Mindful Running – Professor Samuele Marcora – Shape.com.
- Trump Ignores Critics, Claims ‘Everyone Is Very Excited’ About Space Force – Dr Gbenga Oduntan – Reason.com.
- Northern Ireland ‘unsupportive’ of ‘no deal’ Brexit, study shows – Professor Feargal Cochrane – Sky News.
- There’s now a ‘Tinder’ for homeless cats and dogs – Student Jaye Graham – Metro.