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University of Greenwich research shows how tansy may be used to treat herpes

A folk remedy may be an effective treatment for the sexually transmitted disease herpes according to Dr Solomon Habtemariam from the University of Greenwich's School of Science.

Date of release: Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Prestigious prize nominations for University of Greenwich

The University of Greenwich has been shortlisted for two prestigious prizes celebrating leadership, management and business skills in universities. Times Higher Education magazine has named Greenwich as a contender for two of its Leadership & Management Awards: Outstanding Research Management Team and Outstanding Departmental Administration Team.

Date of release: Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Moths let the winds take the strain: new research from University of Greenwich

Specialist equipment developed at the University of Greenwich at Medway has revealed that moths can hold their own against birds when it comes to the speed at which they travel during their annual migrations.

Date of release: Monday, April 4, 2011

University of Greenwich research offers hope for heart patients

Scientists from the University of Greenwich have won nearly three quarters of a million pounds of funding for a research project aimed at improving treatments for patients with heart problems.

Date of release: Monday, March 14, 2011

University of Greenwich lecturer named in events industry top 20

Rob Davidson, an events lecturer at the University of Greenwich has been named as one of the country's most influential people in the business events industry.

Date of release: Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Research and consultancy income leaps for University of Greenwich

Better drugs to treat cancer, advances in agriculture to help feed the developing world, and the latest computational models to develop more energy efficient electronic products: the University of Greenwich is carrying out more research and consultancy projects than ever before.

Date of release: Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Jacqueline's royal appointment

A University of Greenwich research student has been presented with the MBE by Prince Charles. Jacqueline McKenna, who is Director of Nursing at Medway NHS Foundation Trust, is studying part-time for her PhD in Nursing and has just completed the first year of her studies with the University’s School of Health and Social Care. She received the MBE for Services to Health and Nursing.

Date of release: Tuesday, January 11, 2011

University of Greenwich embarks on EU teaching and research project

The University of Greenwich has received a prestigious funding award from the European Commission to help it run a diverse range of projects including a series of public lectures, exhibitions and workshops.

Date of release: Wednesday, November 10, 2010

University of Greenwich leads project to create "living" buildings

The University of Greenwich's School of Architecture & Construction is poised to use ethical synthetic biology to create "living" materials that could be used to clad buildings and help combat the effects of climate change.

Date of release: Monday, November 8, 2010

Survivors of London bombings are sought by world expert in evacuation

People who were evacuated from trains, stations and buildings during the July 7 bombings in London are being asked for help by a world expert.

Date of release: Tuesday, October 12, 2010


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