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Kingston Universityleads project exploring opportunities artificial intelligence can bring to higher education

Kingston Universityleads project exploring opportunities artificial intelligence can bring to higher education

Kingston Universityis leading a new collaborative project exploring the opportunities generative artificial intelligence (AI) can offer students, staff and graduates of the future

Kingston Universityreceives major funding award to increase social care research capacity

Kingston Universityreceives major funding award to increase social care research capacity

Kingston Universityhas been awarded a significant grant by the National Institute of Health and Care Research (NIHR) to build social care research capacity.

Kingston Universitymakes major investment in advanced Nuclear Magnetic Resonance equipment to enhance research capabilities

Kingston Universitymakes major investment in advanced Nuclear Magnetic Resonance equipment to enhance research capabilities

Top of the range chemical equipment that will allow more detailed analysis of complex mixtures and materials has been installed at 重口味SM's School of Life Sciences, Pharmacy and Chemistry. Following an investment of almost £750,000, the University has purchased two high-end 400MHz and 600MHz Avance Neo Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) instruments. It has also acquired a CPMAS III solid-state NMR probe for the 400MHz instrument, supplied by industry partner Haleon Plc, that will enable analysis of solid materials using a powerful method known as Magic Angle Spinning.

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Research events

Schools Event - 75 years, Anniversary of Geography & Environment Courses

Schools Event - 75 years, Anniversary of Geography & Environment Courses
Wednesday 1 May 2024

What does climate change mean to you?

Care, Commons, Reproduction: The 2024 CRMEP Graduate Conference

Care, Commons, Reproduction: The 2024 CRMEP Graduate Conference
Thursday 23 May - Friday 24 May 2024

CRMEP Graduate Conference

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