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How we mourn

A project exploring how we use photographs to live with grief will be hosting a safe and friendly space for people to share photographs and stories of a loved-one this weekend at The Beany.

30 May 2022

Using 3D printing techniques to combat water shortages in Egypt

New techniques in the latest 3D printing technology are being explored to help improve processes used to purify and provide fresh water to parts of Egypt.

30 May 2022

Academics' work cited in Scottish government report

Health inequalities and ethnic vulnerabilities during COVID-19 in the UK: A reflection on the PHE reports, was cited by the Scottish government.

13 May 2022

Canterbury Christ Church University research recognised as world leading in national assessment

The University has more than doubled the proportion of world leading research produced and more than quadrupled the world-leading impact its research has on people’s lives in REF 2021 figures.

12 May 2022

Christ Church academic's research team win 2022 Sage Prize for Innovation and Excellence in Sociology

The prize was awarded to Dr Sarah Cant, in the School of Law, Politics and Social Sciences, and her colleagues from the London School of Economics and the University of Manchester.

11 May 2022

Celebrating our science research partnerships

For the last six years, Canterbury Christ Church University and Genea Biomedx have been working collaboratively on research and knowledge exchange projects that aim to transform IVF industry practice.

25 April 2022

The coastal caves that are revealing the strong bonds between living and dead in prehistoric Scotland

On a coastline overlooking the Moray Firth, a series of caves are slowly sharing their remarkable, if at times macabre, secrets of prehistoric society in Scotland and their relationship with the dead.

10 February 2022

A virtual reality ‘Shopping Task’ could help test for cognitive decline in adults

New research from Kent and Medway Medical School and the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College London

28 January 2022

Dr Marion Stuart-Hoyle wins prestigious Association for Tourism in Higher Education award

Dr Marion Stuart-Hoyle, Section Director for Tourism, Hospitality and Events, has won a prestigious Association for Tourism in Higher Education (ATHE) award.

20 January 2022

Growing a sustainable future in mushroom farming

Mushroom farming is a fast-growing sector in the UK. The recent plant-based revolution in food production due to more people turning to veganism.

20 January 2022

New hub to strengthen skills

The launch of a new partnership will ensure businesses at a life science campus are in the best possible place in Kent to grow their workforce.

13 December 2021

Academic Angela Pickard becomes first Professor of Dance Education

Angela Pickard, in the School of Creative Arts and Industries, has become the first Professor of Dance Education in the UK.

14 September 2021

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