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Hasan Altooq – PhD Mathematics Logo

Hasan Altooq – PhD Mathematics

Hasan’s story Hasan’s PhD is helping him improve people’s lives My PhD is a stepping stone towards my future goal of becoming a...

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Hannah Coombs – PhD Literary Studies Logo

Hannah Coombs – PhD Literary Studies

Hannah’s Story Hannah went from not knowing what she wanted to do after uni, to finding the perfect path to research My story with the...

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Charles Oduk II – MSc Digital Business Management Logo

Charles Oduk II – MSc Digital Business Management

Charles’ Story Charles’ Master’s has given him a foundation to pursue his goals as an entrepreneur I enjoyed my undergraduate degree...

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Anna Woolerton – MA Interior Architecture and Design Logo

Anna Woolerton – MA Interior Architecture and Design

Anna’s Story Anna’s MA gave her the direction she needed and a dream to open her own practice. After always feeling slightly unsure...

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Swansea University scoops silver Diversity and Inclusion Whatuni award Logo

Swansea University scoops silver Diversity and Inclusion Whatuni award

Swansea University has been recognised for its excellence in diversity and inclusion during the pandemic, winning a silver award in the 2021 Whatuni...

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Bio Detection dogs identify COVID-19 with up to 94% accuracy Logo

Bio Detection dogs identify COVID-19 with up to 94% accuracy

Modelling suggests using these super-sniffers could be effective as a new rapid, non-invasive screening tool at ports of entry, as COVID-19 has a...

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First concrete evidence for the presence of Wolbachia in malaria-transmitting mosquitoes Logo

First concrete evidence for the presence of Wolbachia in malaria-transmitting mosquitoes

Study raises hopes that bacteria used to control dengue virus may also help prevent malaria transmission A bacteria that makes it harder for viruses...

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Turning houses into ‘lethal mosquito lures’ nearly halves incidence of malaria in children Logo

Turning houses into ‘lethal mosquito lures’ nearly halves incidence of malaria in children

Eave Tube and house screening intervention a potential new cost-effective malaria control strategy A new type of malaria intervention that involves...

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Scientists solve 100-year-old cerebral malaria mystery using neuroimaging techniques Logo

Scientists solve 100-year-old cerebral malaria mystery using neuroimaging techniques

Research reveals biggest cause of malaria deaths in adults is brought about through oxygen-deprivation Scientists have shown for the first time that...

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World Health Organization recognises LSHTM’s expertise on climate change and health Logo

World Health Organization recognises LSHTM’s expertise on climate change and health

First of its kind collaboration will ‘strengthen global research and place sharp focus on desperate need for action’ Research into climate...

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Funding award for Biosciences will make a difference to tomorrow’s world Logo

Funding award for Biosciences will make a difference to tomorrow’s world

An investment of almost quarter of a million pounds in Biosciences facilities at Edge Hill will put the University at forefront of biology and...

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10 tips for developing interdisciplinary researchers Logo

10 tips for developing interdisciplinary researchers

There’s a lot of discussion out there about the value of interdisciplinary research, but not that much information about how to do it. Mike...

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Researchers at Edge Hill University to investigate how AI could aid early detection of pancreatic cancer Logo

Researchers at Edge Hill University to investigate how AI could aid early detection of pancreatic cancer

A new study led by researchers at Edge Hill University is to investigate how artificial intelligence (AI) could be used to improve early...

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Online MSc International Management: how to impress in your admissions interview Logo

Online MSc International Management: how to impress in your admissions interview

The education landscape has seen many changes over the past year, with one positive being the improved reputation of distance learning. This is...

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Kent becomes home to renowned poetry journal Free Verse Logo

Kent becomes home to renowned poetry journal Free Verse

The School of English is the new home for the annual online journal Free Verse: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry & Poetics. The...

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Jane Irons PhD Scholarships to support vital research at Kent Logo

Jane Irons PhD Scholarships to support vital research at Kent

The School of Biosciences has received a donation of £150,000 to fund two 3-year PhD Studentships as part of the ‘Jane Irons PhD...

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Research reveals human immune system reduces potency of antibiotics Logo

Research reveals human immune system reduces potency of antibiotics

Research from the School of Biosciences has revealed that a molecule produced by the human immune system can severely diminish the potency of...

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Can law address gender inequality without a legal status? Logo

Can law address gender inequality without a legal status?

Following the Scottish Green Party’s proposal to remove sex and gender from birth certificates, Dr Flora Renz, an expert in the legal regulation...

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Kent Business School in top one per cent for ‘triple crown’ of accreditation Logo

Kent Business School in top one per cent for ‘triple crown’ of accreditation

Kent Business School is among the ‘triple crown’ business schools worldwide following its European Quality Improvement System...

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Kent Business School to help regional businesses as part of Help to Grow scheme Logo

Kent Business School to help regional businesses as part of Help to Grow scheme

Kent Business School has been selected as one of only 33 UK business schools to help Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) as part of the...

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Edge Hill crowned University of the Year Logo

Edge Hill crowned University of the Year

Edge Hill has been crowned University of the Year in the Educate North Awards in recognition of its continued commitment to deliver an exceptional...

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Why are many employers failing to provide safe workplaces for women? Logo

Why are many employers failing to provide safe workplaces for women?

By Dr Samantha Evans The shocking kidnap and murder of Sarah Everard has shone a light on the issue of safety for women in our society. As we...

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Expert View: Is Bitcoin really a threat to the US Dollar? Logo

Expert View: Is Bitcoin really a threat to the US Dollar?

By Dr Tim King Billionaire tech investor Peter Thiel courted controversy recently by highlighting Bitcoin’s potential in undermining the US...

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The 100 Year Timeline of Gender Pay Inequality Logo

The 100 Year Timeline of Gender Pay Inequality

Today, April 13th 2021, marks Equal Pay Day, a day that encourages everyone to get out and fight for employment equality. Though the British...

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International Relations in an era of dynamic global change Logo

International Relations in an era of dynamic global change

Dr Patrick Holden, Associate Professor in the School of Law, Criminology and Government, is a renowned expert in the field of International...

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University takes over landmark Plymouth building to train future health professionals Logo

University takes over landmark Plymouth building to train future health professionals

The University of Plymouth has reaffirmed its commitment to the South West’s health services by signing the lease to take over a landmark building...

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Research sheds new light on the fundamentals of how and why we make the decisions we do Logo

Research sheds new light on the fundamentals of how and why we make the decisions we do

Research from our Lecturer in Psychology, Dr Elsa Fouragnan has helped to discover exactly what happens in the brains of human and non-human...

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New Brain Research Facility will help better understand brain activity and human behaviour Logo

New Brain Research Facility will help better understand brain activity and human behaviour

An advanced scanner that could help scientists better understand brain activity and human behaviour has been installed at a new Plymouth research...

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Forgotten Voices at the heart of new food research project Logo

Forgotten Voices at the heart of new food research project

Disadvantaged communities left behind by the traditional UK food system will have a bigger say in how healthy and sustainable food is produced and...

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