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Portrait of Dr Anna Jordanous.

Can computers be creative?

Dr Anna Jordanous

Sumita Chauhan: PhD in Digital Arts

Sumita Chauhan’s life-size sculptures have been exhibited all over the world. As a PhD student, she explores how the process of digital sculpture can help people with early-onset dementia.

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From publishing books to launching public projects and influencing government policy – find out more about Kent’s academic activities.

Dr Beth Breeze, Director of our Centre for Philanthropy, and Dr Eddie Hogg contributed to a House of Lords' report on charity.

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Profile of Richard Whitman

Professor Richard Whitman

In a report for Chatham House, Professor Richard Whitman outlined the implications of Brexit for the devolved administrations of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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Profile of Dr Stephen Lowry

Dr Stephen Lowry

Space scientist, Dr Stephen Lowry, is part of the international team that established a direct link between collapsing structures on comets and cometary outbursts.

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Profile of Professor Sally Sheldon

Professor Sally Sheldon

Professor Sally Sheldon, a leading researcher in health care law and ethics, has been made a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.

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Profile of Dr Timothy Brittain-Catlin

Dr Timothy Brittain-Catlin

Dr Timothy Brittain-Catlin from Kent School of Architecture is the editor of a new book on Pugin’s global influence.

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Profile of Professor Mark Connelly

Professor Mark Connelly

Professor Mark Connelly, director of the collaborative project Gateways to the First World War, has launched a new public engagement project.

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