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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 Jan 2022

New partnership to boost Kent and Medway’s growing industries

A new partnership to turbo-charge research, innovation and enterprise in the south east’s horticultural, and food and drink industries has been launched.

21 September 2023

Static isometric exercise, such as wall sits and planks, best for lowering blood pressure

Researchers at Canterbury Christ Church University found Static isometric exercises, engaging muscles without movement such as wall sits and planks, are best for lowering blood pressure.

26 July 2023

A new way of learning for a new generation

The Epistemic Insight Future of Knowledge Initiative at Canterbury Christ Church University is reimagining how we teach students, learn and use knowledge to change the world.

24 July 2023

University celebrates young engineers and their award-winning ideas

School students from across the south east were welcomed to the University recently to receive awards and celebrate their innovative engineering designs aimed at solving real-world problems.

14 July 2023

New agri-engineering research collaboration to boost food innovation

Canterbury Christ Church University is excited to announce a new partnership with Growing Kent & Medway and its consortium of partners.

19 June 2023

Exoskeleton using AI and Assistive Robotic Technology aims to help children with cerebral palsy

Canterbury Christ Church University has presented the UK's first lower limb Exoskeleton aimed at helping children with cerebral palsy to stand and walk as part of their rehabilitation therapy.

14 June 2023

Investing in research to support our local businesses reduce their carbon footprint

Each year students and staff at Canterbury Christ Church University, in partnership with local businesses, prioritise sustainability in industry to support the region’s efforts to achieve Net Zero.

21 April 2023

Chemical engineering degrees gain international accreditation

Canterbury Christ Church University’s chemical engineering undergraduate degrees have been awarded with an international accreditation by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).

05 April 2023

Funding success for innovative project to increase diversity and inclusion in engineering

The School of Engineering, Technology and Design has been awarded funding to address the unequal outcomes experienced by students from diverse and underrepresented groups studying engineering.

20 March 2023

Celebrating our research heritage

For six decades millions of people have benefited from research conducted by the University’s academics, research centres and research groups.

20 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

Creating opportunities for underrepresented talent

Canterbury Christ Church University is committed to promoting racial equality, closing the degree awarding gap, increasing graduate employability, and promoting a diverse workforce.

29 November 2022

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