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Prestigious grant funding awarded to help cancer patients get BETTER after surgery

A new project to help patients recover their physical abilities after cancer surgery has been awarded £340,000 from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). ... more more

Professor aims to further the fight against international Cybercrime

Professor Robin Bryant, Director of Criminal Justice Practice at Canterbury Christ Church University, has been awarded funding by the EU to help improve international co-operation in the fight against Cybercrime. ... more more

Prestigious EU teaching grant awarded to Politics and International Relations to enhance courses

The Politics and International Relations team at Canterbury Christ Church University has been successful in its bid for three prestigious Jean Monnet funding grants which together will enhance both teaching and learning on the European Union (EU). ... more more

Victorian Women at the Seaside exhibition

A travelling exhibition titled 'Victorian Women at the Seaside' over the next three months will showcase the visible traces of women's lives in Kent coastal towns from the 1840s to early 1900s. ... more more

Power of the arts in changing lives highlighted in report

The work of arts and cultural organisations is life-enhancing and delivers positive effects on people's health and wellbeing and on the strength of their communities, a new report reveals. ... more more

Ground-breaking stem cell technique developed to heal fractures and prevent amputations

A pioneering technique that uses a patient's own stem cells to regrow bone, heal fractures and prevent amputation has been developed by a Canterbury Christ Church University Professor. ... more more

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