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Appeal for film footage of Canterbury from 1950s

Appeal for film footage of Canterbury from 1950s

For the last five years, Senior Lecturer in Film at Canterbury Christ Church University, Tim Jones, has been collecting and archiving unseen amateur film footage of the local area for his research and to share with the public.

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Academics urge governments to give ALL children early year's education

Academics urge governments to give ALL children early year's education

Early Childhood academics at Canterbury Christ Church University, who also hold senior positions for the World Organisation for Early Childhood Education (OMEP), are urging governments and local authorities across the world to ensure all young children have the right to education in the current migrant crisis.

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Research into internal plant clocks aims to help crop resilience

Research into internal plant clocks aims to help crop resilience

As human beings, our senses, ability to move and basic instincts, allow us to protect ourselves against a range of factors, such as harsh weather conditions and give us a sense of time. This sense of time is also coordinated by our internal time keeping mechanism known as “Circadian Clock”. All living organisms, including plants possess circadian clocks, which help them to keep a track of time even without the day to night cues.

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