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Recent Cancer Theme invited lectures

Friday 24 March 2017 First presentation: Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund Speaker: Maggie Blanks (left), Founder and Chief Executive, Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund Second presentation: Recent clinical advances in pancreatic cancer Speaker: Mr Satvinder Mudan, Consultant Surgical Oncologist, The Royal Marsden and St George's Hospital Medical School Venue: Room PR JG0002, Kingston University Host: Professor Helmout Modjtahedi Tuesday 29 February 2016 Presentation: Histopathological ...

Posted in Cancer Biology Research Group, SEC News

STEM ambassadors and teachers get hands on with new science facilities during Penrhyn Road outreach event

STEM ambassadors and science teachers were given the chance to get hands on with some of the state-of-the-art new science and technology facilities at Kingston University during an outreach event at Penrhyn Road. Staff from the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing linked up with the University’s widening participation team to host the day, in collaboration ...

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QS World University Rankings name Kingston University a top global institution for computer science

Kingston University has been named among the top 200 institutions in Europe for computer science in the prestigious annual QS World University Rankings. The newly-released 2017 QS subject league tables ranked the University's computer science courses in the 351–400 category worldwide - placing them among the best 50 in the United Kingdom. The international recognition comes at ...

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£50,000 raised for SEC’s pioneering Saturday Engineering Club

40 young people have been inspired by attending the pilot Saturday Engineering Club in 2016, thanks to strong support from donors boosted by Kingston University's Development, Alumni Relations and Events (DARE) team. The Saturday Engineering Club team have been working closely with DARE over the past 18 months to secure funding for their work. Thanks to the ...

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Interdisciplinary research effort wins prize

Congratulations to the CanAdvice team – Shereen ElNabhani, Reem Kayyali and Nada Philp – who were recently awarded the Forerunner Prize for their work on an interactive model health system that supports cancer patients at home. More information can be found at http://www.forerunnerprize.com/2016-winner.html

Posted in Computing and Information Systems News

Prestigious Kozma medal award for Professor Anthony Davies

Presentation of the Kozma medal to Professor Anthony Davies by Hungarian Ambassador, Krystóf Szalay-Bobrovniczky, at the Hungarian Embassy in London on 18th Aug 2016

Congratulations to Professor Anthony Davies, who has worked with the School of Computer Science and Mathematics an active project partner over many years, both in research and also as a member of the Industrial Advisory Board. He has recently been awarded the prestigious Kozma medal by the Hungarian ambassador for his outstanding professional achievements relating ...

Posted in Computing and Information Systems News

GCHQ Accreditation

Congratulations to our Cyber Security team on receiving GCHQ accreditation for their MSc on Networks and Information Security. This is one of only 6 such accreditations in the country.

Posted in Computing and Information Systems News

Horizon 2020 Success

Congratulations to Paolo Remagnino and Vasileios Argyriou on securing €900k as part of a large (€15m) Horizon 2020 consortium.  The Robot Vision Team (RoViT) will lead a work package dedicated to implementing video surveillance measures for the consortium, acronym MONICA, starting in January 2017.  (MONICA = Management Of Networked IoT Wearables – Very Large Scale ...

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DCRG present at EuroPrevent 2016 conference

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Aliki Peletidi of the DCRG recently attended the  EuroPrevent 2016 conference, which was held in Nice in June.  Supervised by Dr Reem Kayyali, Aliki presented a poster entitled ‘Do Greek pharmacists have a role in CVD prevention?  A study to establish their views’. Aliki says “It was an amazing and very important experience  for my research and ...

Posted in Diabetes Research Group

Society of Endocrinology project prizes for two DCRG students

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The Society of Endocrinology project prize was awarded jointly this year to Salma Mujib and Katie Cudmore for their projects entitled 'Matrilin-2 splice variants in pancreatic cancer' and 'The effect of T3 on the growth of differentiated and non-differentiated nerve cells', respectively. Congratulations to you both!

Posted in Diabetes Research Group, IhSHA Calendar