Our academics have a passion for passing on their world-leading expertise via publications and the supervision of PhD students. They also work alongside organisations outside academia, from media outlets to research partners in industry.
Our research students at Kent work alongside our senior academics to make a valuable contribution to knowledge.
Is flexible working the way of the future? Can a computer ever be creative? These and many other research topics are covered in our popular Think Kent lecture series.
From publishing novels to winning prizes – find out more about Kent’s academic activities.
A team led by Professor Jim Groombridge successfully relocated Seychelles paradise flycatchers to a different island to help prevent their extinction.
Research reveals the two and three letter words you won’t hear around London and the South East.
New research highlights how the Royal Observatory at Greenwich shaped mathematical practice in the 17th century.
Research by Dr Geoffery Kohe calls for analysis of corporate ethics in the global sports industry.
Conservationists engage with the public at the Glastonbury music festival.
Dr Sakis Pappous hosts the first international research symposium at the Kent-Paris Research Institute looking at the social legacies of the Olympic and Paralympic games.