Monthly Archives: July 2013

Student designs unique rocket engine system

For his final year project, Astronautic Engineering student Jack James Marlow created a modular rocket test …

Posted in Aerospace and Aircraft Engineering News, SEC News

DDDPC students win half of the IhSHA conference prizes

Three of our current PhD students won prizes at the first IhSHA (Interdisciplinary Hub for the Study …

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

Hurricane and Typhoon Catastrophes and Disaster Management

Tropical cyclone (hurricane and typhoon) is a non-frontal synoptic scale low-pressure system over tropical or sub-tropical …

Posted in Geography, Geology and Environment News, Schools

Congratulations to KU e-Racing for their success

The week after the likes of Lewis Hamilton raced at Silverstone in the British Grand Prix, …

Posted in Mechanical and Automotive Engineering News, Schools

DDDPC Seminar: Anticoagulation management in New Zealand community pharmacies, 12 July

Guest Speaker: Professor John Shaw (Immediate Past Head, School of Pharmacy, The University of Auckland, New …

Posted in Drug Discovery, Delivery and Patient Care, IhSHA Calendar

Battle For Great Britron

July saw the release of an animation by three Kingston students; one a graduate, one a …

Posted in Media Tech

Student battles to become Britain’s greenest driver

A mechanical engineering student from Kingston University has taken the wheel in a bid to be …

Posted in Mechanical and Automotive Engineering News, SEC News

New findings emphasise importance of vitamin D in pregnancy

Pregnant women pass low levels of vitamin D on to their babies at almost three times …

Posted in Life Sciences News, Research News, Schools, Sport, Exercise, Nutrition and Public Health Research Group

Electric bike takes on world’s fastest production bike at Santa Pod and wins!

Having raced at the Isle of Man TT Zero and come 4th, we knew there was …

Posted in Mechanical and Automotive Engineering News, Motorsport, SEC News