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How to cope with the Global Energy Crisis

The Faculty of Science, Engineering and Social Sciences, will explore key issues relating to the global energy crisis at an event run by Politics and International Relations experts.

02 December 2022

Research and development event encourages collaboration

The University partnered with the Maidstone Innovation Centre for its first ever research and development event sharing new ideas and gaining valuable insights into future technology with business.

29 November 2022

Finding solutions to empower individuals to manage their own care

Academics from Canterbury Christ Church University and Europe are to present findings from a project to address current gaps in caring for an aging population and help keep them out of hospital.

24 November 2022

Research to improve young people’s health and wellbeing through sport

Spear has secured funding to evaluate high-profile projects supporting underrepresented groups to improve health and wellbeing through sport in cricket and rugby.

23 November 2022

Research shows immediate reporting of chest X-rays can cut lung cancer diagnosis time in half

Findings from a study looking into providing patients with the result of their chest X-ray immediately, to cut lung cancer diagnosis time in half, have been published in the medical journal Thorax.

14 November 2022

New Doctoral research to uncover Tudor past of Dover's Maison Dieu

A doctoral research project funded by The Janus Foundation and the University's Ian Coulson Memorial Postgraduate Award, is set to uncover the role of Dover’s Maison Dieu under the late Tudors.

07 November 2022

Engineering staff and students are charging the way to design a better world

Engineering staff and students at Canterbury Christ Church University celebrate National Engineering Day and how their research is making a difference in the world and shaping our future.

01 November 2022

Fun for all at festival celebrating University’s contribution to Kent’s creative and cultural heritage

A free family friendly festival is being held in October by Canterbury Christ Church University to celebrate their contribution to Kent's rich and diverse cultural history and creativity.

14 October 2022

Grief journeys and tattoo stories

The latest event for the How We Mourn project will focus on people with memorial tattoos.

10 October 2022

Canterbury Christ Church University in top 20% of English universities for its work with the public and third sectors

Canterbury Christ Church University’s commitment to working with local businesses, communities and supporting regional economic growth has been recognised in a national assessment for Higher Education

27 September 2022

Europe’s first Justice-Facility Dog awarded the PDSA Order of Merit

Pioneering Oliver honoured for providing creature comfort to victims of crime.

10 August 2022

Europe’s first Justice Facility Dog awarded PDSA Order of Merit

Oliver, a trail-blazing Labrador-Retriever who offers comfort and emotional support to victims of crime, the first of his kind in Europe, is honoured with an Order of Merit by vet charity PDSA.

14 July 2022

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