Butterflies are declining more rapidly in urban areas than in the countryside, new research led by a University statistics expert has revealed.

The statistics behind the urban decline of butterflies

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Last few days for your chance to win a £200 food shop. Just write a review of Kent to be in with a chance. [ Whatuni.com Link ]
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The University of Kent is supporting the 'One Day Without Us' campaign at 12:30 today celebrating the contribution of migrants to the UK. Events will be held today outside the Registry Canterbury campus and Rochester building Medway campus. #1daywithoutus

One Day Without Us - 20 February - University of Kent

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What next after graduation? Come to Kent's postgraduate open event on Tuesday 7 March to find out what you could be studying to progress your studies or enhance your career. Book now [ Kent.ac.uk Link ]
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Hot chocolate, marshmallows and that Friday feeling :)

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Congratulations to our MSc Cancer Biology graduates from 2014 who are now all published authors having worked together on a research project to investigate cellular resistance to cancer drugs. The study investigated mechanisms of cellular resistance to platinum-based drugs in neuroblastoma, and was the result of collaborative team research. [ Bit.ly Link ] #StudyUK #UniKent
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In this new Think Kent lecture, Johanna Woodcock Ross, lecturer in Social Work at the University of Kent, discusses her research into developing specialist communications skills for social workers. Watch more Think Kent lectures at [ Bit.ly Link ] #StudyUK #ThinkKent
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02/16/2017 at 12:01. Facebook
Considering an MSc or PhD in Psychology? Our new videos give an overview of the taught Master's degrees we offer and our PhD supervision in the areas of Cognitive, Developmental, Forensic, Organisational, Political, and Social Psychology. Watch the playlist at [ Bit.ly Link ]
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02/16/2017 at 10:30. Facebook
The University of Kent is hosting the third annual Innovation in Academia Awards Ceremonies in April and May this year. We are recognising the pioneers in higher education who are currently at the top of their field in either North America or Europe. For more information, please visit
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Kent researchers have identified how few mutations it can take for Ebolaviruses to adapt to affect previously resistant species.

Few mutations needed for Ebolaviruses in new species

In this new 'Think Kent' lecture, Professor Michelle Garrett, Professor of Cancer Therapeutics in the School of Biosciences, considers some of the latest developments in cancer research and explores how cancer treatment may develop in the near future. Watch more Think Kent lectures at [ Bit.ly Link ] #StudyUK #ThinkKent
In this new Think Kent lecture, Dr Kate Bradley discusses the history of citizens advice provision and welfare rights in the UK, and the role of newspapers such as The News of the World in helping ordinary people to understand their rights and deal with everyday problems. Watch more Think Kent lectures at [ Bit.ly Link ] #StudyUK #ThinkKent
Kent is launching some free online short courses. The first one starts 20 February (but you can take part when it suits you) and will be interesting for Computing students and professionals.

Functional Programming in Erlang - Free online course

Ruth Blakely, Professor of International Relations, University of Kent raises questions regarding Trump in this interesting article:

If Trump brings back torture, can the UK be trusted not to collude in it?

New research argues that by understanding how homeless people care for their pets, we could reframe how we think about them.

The role of animal companions in the lives of the homeless

Considering studying postgraduate Law? In our new video, Master’s in Law (LLM) students talk about their reasons for choosing to study at Kent, and Head of School, Professor Toni Williams, explains Kent Law School’s distinctive critical approach to teaching law – [ Bit.ly Link ]
In most organisations there is a disparity between the number of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) employees at lower organisation levels and those who reach senior positions. In this new 'Think Kent' lecture, Dr Madeleine Wyatt explores how the informal or political side of organisations presents a number of challenges for BAME employees’ career progression, discussing the impact of...
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