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Using artificial intelligence to stop vandalism on historic sites.

Artificial intelligence could play a significant part in deterring graffiti vandals from defacing churches, castles and monasteries, after historic sites experienced a dramatic increase in attacks.

10 January 2024

The return of the chough

The red-billed chough has been released into the wild as part of the ground-breaking conservation project to return this at-risk species to Kent.

25 August 2023

Helping to uncover the secrets of the UK’s oldest shoe

A University lecturer who is used to diagnosing human conditions has helped to uncover the secrets of a rare Bronze Age child’s shoe, potentially the oldest in the UK, through the use of X-rays.

28 February 2023

University receives special tree from Queen’s Platinum Jubilee sculpture

Canterbury Christ Church University has received one of the special saplings that made-up the 21-meter-high sculpture outside Buckingham Palace to mark the late Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee.

07 February 2023

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

Resistance and revolt in Kent

Centre for Kent History and Heritage and Kent Archaeological Society are hosting a free public conference to introduce Kent’s rich and fascinating history of resistance and revolt.

23 September 2022

Celebrating Kent’s history and heritage

Through the work of the Centre for Kent History and Heritage celebrate Kent Day and discover the county’s past and significant role its people, towns and ports played in UK history.

26 May 2022

Planting roots to celebrate the Kent and Medway Medical School

The recently established Kent and Medway Medical School has been celebrated with the planting of 50 trees on the University of Kent and Canterbury Christ Church University campuses.

10 December 2021

Exploring Kent’s medieval animals project secures National Lottery support

An exciting new heritage project for families and young people exploring East Kent's real and imaginary medieval animals starts this month.

06 September 2021

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