Monthly Archives: January 2013

Leading engineer David Lindsley recognised for his contribution to the world of engineering

David Lindsley’s high-flying career began after he studied electrical engineering at Kingston Technical College

David Lindsley, engineer, was bestowed an honorary fellow in recognition of his lifetime achievement and contribution …

Posted in Aerospace and Aircraft Engineering News, Mechanical and Automotive Engineering News, SEC News

Six PhD projects vacancies in CFES (Closing date 26 February 2014).

The Centre for Fire and Explosion Studies (CFES) at Kingston University is currently inviting applicants for …

Posted in Centre for Fire and Explosion Studies, SEC News

Jack Reynolds and the University shortlisted for the Bill Vinten GTC University Award 2013 for best cameraman and camerawork

Jack Reynolds and the University shortlisted for the Bill Vinten GTC University Award 2013 for best …

Posted in Mechanical and Automotive Engineering News, Media Tech

Type 2 diabetes: nature or nurture

Professor of Molecular Medicine and Diabetes at the Blizard Institute of Cell and Molecular Science, Barts …

Posted in Diabetes Research Group

Introducing a medicines adherence in diabetes e-learning package for community Pharmacists

SW London LPF are pleased to invite you to the following meeting: Introducing a medicines adherence …

Posted in Diabetes Research Group, Drug Discovery, Delivery and Patient Care

Experts warn red wine could mask testosterone levels

Red wine could give athletes and players a boost in the sports arena by increasing the …

Posted in Life Sciences News, Research News, SEC News, Sport and Exercise Science

Faculty Dean honoured by the British Pharmacological Society for world-leading research.

Professor Edith Sim has received a prestigious prize recognising her lifetime’s work on drug metabolism. Professor …

Posted in Cancer Biology Research Group, Drug Discovery, Delivery and Patient Care, Life Sciences News, Research News, SEC News