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What happens when you use artificial intelligence to help compose Irish folk music?

You can hear the results at a concert devised by senior lecturer in music technology, Oded Ben-Tal.

Taking place tomorrow, 23 May, the concert showcases material created in partnership by machines and musicians. Read more about the research and buy tickets for the concert here:
What happens when you use artificial intelligence to help compose Irish folk music

Kingston University researcher investigates how artificial intelligence can help composers create new music

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05/19/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
Meet our Famous Post Graduate Alumni’s. This is Hadia Tajik who studied MA Human Rights at Kingston University and went on to be appointed as the Nowegian Minister of Culture. If you’re looking to study a post graduate course, why not do it at KU? Let’s see where we can go together. To find out more about the courses we offer, come along to our PG Drop In Evening on Wednesday 21st June 2017...
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Meet our Famous Post Graduate Alumnis This is Hadia Tajik who studied

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05/19/2017 at 11:05. Facebook
This year’s #KUBigRead has been reviewed in The Guardian. Kit de Waal’s My Name is Leon was selected as the latest book for Kingston University’s reading project, aiming to promote group reading and integration.

Free copies of the book will be sent to all new students joining us in September, as well as being available to pick up in campus LRCs.
This years KUBigRead has been reviewed in The Guardian Kit de Waals

My Name Is Leon by Kit de Waal review – moving story of racial injustice

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05/18/2017 at 17:21. Facebook
This afternoon saw ground breaking on the development of Kingston University's landmark Town House building. Kingston Mayor councillor Julie Pickering added a touch of history to proceedings when she revealed a silver trowel, removed for the first time from Kingston Council's Guildhall since the building's construction in 1935.

The Mayor was joined by Acting Vice-Chancellor Professor Steven...
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05/18/2017 at 13:59. Facebook
What’s so important about the DNA of these tiny freshwater snails? Believe it or not, by discovering its DNA secrets, lives could be saved.

Two biology experts at Kingston University – Professor Anthony Walker and Dr Scott Lawton – are among 100 researchers worldwide to unlock the DNA of a snail (Biomphalaria glabrata), which spreads a deadly parasitic disease in rivers.

The parasitic worm...
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Whats so important about the DNA of these tiny freshwater snails Believe

Snail's DNA secrets unlocked in fight against river disease - BBC News

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05/18/2017 at 10:59. Facebook
“The quote from the last chapter of On Tyranny tells us to be as courageous as we can – I think it’s a significant one to reflect on. It is always important to make noise, to start conversations and to have a voice.”

Graphic design student Millie Tyler and her classmates recently designed a series of posters that were plastered across east London, showing the entire text of a book by US...
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The quote from the last chapter of On Tyranny tells us to

Kingston University students team up with Vintage publishing to rally east London with posters revealing entire text of historian's new book

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05/17/2017 at 11:52. Facebook
"It is fantastic that the initiatives delivered by our Student Engagement Team alongside our student support staff – known as connectors – have been recognised for their contribution to the retention and success of our student body."

Jayne Aldridge, Director, Services for Students, on Kingston University's success at the 2017 NEON Awards.
It is fantastic that the initiatives delivered by our Student Engagement Team

Kingston University picks up three 2017 NEON Awards recognising success in opening up higher education to all

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05/16/2017 at 15:38. Facebook
Fashion student Megan Greenfield has won the prestigious Anne Tyrrell Student Design Award for her collection, inspired by fashion designer Zandra Rhodes.

Megan, a second-year on the BA Hons Fashion programme, was recognised for her project Illogical Fantasies and is influenced by the "glamour and experimentalism of the late seventies".
Fashion student Megan Greenfield has won the prestigious Anne Tyrrell Student Design

Kingston University fashion student wins Creative Skillset Anne Tyrrell Student Design Award

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05/16/2017 at 11:20. Facebook
"Our performance in these latest subject rankings is a testament to the efforts being made to provide the very best teaching, research and graduate opportunities for our students to ensure they can make the most out of their time here at Kingston."

Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor Dr David Mackintosh on the University's performance in the latest Guardian University Guide rankings.
Our performance in these latest subject rankings is a testament to the

Guardian University Guide names Kingston University a top institution for fashion, journalism, and publishing in latest rankings

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Blurred Justice, an award-winning piece of theatre created by two Kingston University final-year drama and human rights students, is set to go on tour this summer - including a performance at the famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

The play - written by Yasemin Gava and Clarissa Kim - is set in a courtroom in Yemen, and involves audience participation in deciding the fate of the defendant as...
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Blurred Justice an awardwinning piece of theatre created by two Kingston University

Kingston University students head to Edinburgh Fringe Festival with award-winning theatre production on human rights

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Are you looking to start university this September but not found your perfect place yet? We still have places available on some of our undergraduate courses. Watch our video for more guidance on how to make a late application or how to use UCAS Extra to apply to us: [ Youtube.com Link ]
Are you looking to start university this September but not found your

How to apply through UCAS Extra or as a late applicant

If you’re worried that you’ve missed one of the UCAS application deadlines, watch this video for advice and tips on what to do, as well as how you can apply ...

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Fancy some PG Tips? Come along to our Post Graduate Drop In Evening.

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We’re celebrating International Nurses Day by highlighting the success of a scheme supporting nurses on their journey back into the nursing profession. The return to practice (RTP) course refreshes nursing skills, enabling students to re-enter practice with up-to-date knowledge.

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Were celebrating International Nurses Day by highlighting the success of a scheme

Once a nurse, always a nurse: how Kingston University is bringing nurses back to the profession

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High profile internships in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and prestigious international work experiences were just some of the projects recognised at a recent event to celebrate successful Kingston University initiatives supported by banking giant, Santander UK.
High profile internships in small and mediumsized enterprises SMEs and prestigio

Kingston University celebrates partnership with Santander Universities with showcase of successful projects

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We invite you to join us as we celebrate ideas and innovation!

This year we are extending an open invitation to our annual Civic Reception as we 'throw the doors open' to the community to showcase Kingston University's research and the experts behind it.
We invite you to join us as we celebrate ideas and innovation

Kingston University Civic Reception: A Research Showcase

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Will studying a master’s degree make you rich? Find the answer to this question and many more at our Postgraduate Drop-In Evening on Wednesday, 21 June.
Will studying a masters degree make you rich Find the answer to

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"I and all my colleagues are so proud of the many staff and students who have contributed to helping more people have the chance to study at university which, in turn, has led to this fantastic recognition in the NEON Awards." - Jenni Woods, Associate Director for Widening Participation.
I and all my colleagues are so proud of the many staff

Kingston University shortlisted for four 2017 NEON Awards recognising commitment to widening access to higher education

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Kingston University’s ensemble #TheKingstonSingers performed with acclaimed choirmaster Gareth Malone at the opening of a new London hotel, The Ned.

The group performed in front of a raft of recognisable guests including actors Eddie Redmayne, Jenna Coleman and Jack Whitehall. The evening also saw performances from Gary Barlow, Paloma Faith and Tinie Tempah.
Kingston Universitys ensemble TheKingstonSingers performed with acclaimed choirm

Kingston University choir mixes with royalty and top celebrities during Gareth Malone flash mob at launch of new London hotel, The Ned

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Occupational and business psychology MSc graduates Nicola Murray and Ruth Abrams were rewarded for their research at the recent Indigogold Work Psychology Innovation Awards.

Both graduates presented their work with Nicola scooping first prize for her research in to teacher resilience, and Ruth taking third prize for her study in to the experiences of unsuccessful job applicants' interviews....
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Occupational and business psychology MSc graduates Nicola Murray and Ruth Abrams were

Kingston University students strike gold with research in to workplace psychology at Indigogold awards

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“I chose to study at Kingston because of the accreditation that the computing courses held, along with the links the university has with industry-leading employers. We also have an allocated ‘cyber lab’ classroom which we can use, packed with digital forensics equipment and virtual machines.” - Hamidullah Ahmadi, BSc Cyber Security and Computer Forensics with Business.

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