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 November 5:
- Women who give birth to boys much more likely to face postnatal depression, new study reveals – Dr Sarah Johns – The Independent. Also featured in The Daily Mail, The Sun, Yahoo News, The Daily Mirror and The Huffington Post. Read our press release here.
- University of Kent student launches healthcare monitoring app for iPhone – Vasu Sarin – Healthcare Business. Read our press release here.
- Could Bitcoin be the future for currency? – Dr Timothy King – KMTV. Read our press release here.
- From bereaved families to curious tourists: How and why so many Brits visited the Western Front battlefields after the First World War – Professor Mark Connelly – The Evening Standard.
- WW1 Centenary: its impact on the modern world – Dr Anne Logan – ITV Meridian.
- How to teach AI to speak Welsh – Professor Ian McLoughlin – Cosmos Magazine.
- How celebrities such as Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are turning surrogate parenthood mainstream – Dr Kirsty Horsey – The Times.
- The end of the Severn Tolls – Professor Roger Vickerman – BBC Wales. Starts at 14.00.
- World War One at Home – Dr Tim Bowman – BBC Radio Kent. Starts at 40 minutes.
- Canada’s Siberian dead: How we’ve failed to bury the past – Zachary Paikin – The Globe and Mail.
- Autism – an out of this world experiment, in Kent – Dr Melissa Trimingham – ITV Meridian.
- ‘Unique’ records from the First World War give fascinating insight into the life and career of soldiers on the front line – Professor Ian Beckett – The Evening Standard.
- BBC Radio Kent interview with Professor Richard Whitman. Starts at nine minutes.
- The secrets of endurance athletes – Dr Mark Burnley – BBC.
- Why the Chair Should Be the Symbol for Our Sedentary Age – Dr Vybarr Cregan-Reid – The Epoch Times.