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Horse and pony owners invited to take part in major equine study

Horse and pony owners invited to take part in major equine study

A major new study is underway to try to understand the emotional challenges faced by owners and carers of horses, ponies and donkeys when the animals are near the end of their life. ... more more


Canterbury's Magna Carta rediscovered in time for 800th anniversary

Canterbury's Magna Carta rediscovered in time for 800th anniversary

Eight centuries after it was sealed by King John at Runnymede, one of the four surviving copies of the original 1215 Magna Carta has been identified as the charter that was issued to Canterbury Cathedral. ... more more


Transforming urgent and emergency care in East Kent

Transforming urgent and emergency care in East Kent

The first phase of an innovative project to transform urgent and emergency care in East Kent has been completed. ... more more


Professor awarded MBE for Paralympic research

Professor awarded MBE for Paralympic research

Professor Jan Burns has been recognised in the Queen's New Year's Honours list for her work in enabling athletes with intellectual disabilities to compete once again in the Paralympics. ... more more


Church schools face challenges to provide a Christian ethos in education

Church schools face challenges to provide a Christian ethos in education

Paul Barber, Director of the Catholic Education Service, and Nigel Genders, Chief Education Officer of the Church of England, have welcomed a research report published by the University's National Institute for Christian Education Research. ... more more


Research recognised as world leading and internationally significant

Research recognised as world leading and internationally significant

Nearly 90% of research at Canterbury Christ Church University has been recognised as world leading or internationally significant according to national Research Excellence Framework results (REF) published today. ... more more


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