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Find out more about University of Greenwich research, and the positive effects it's having all over the world.

Engineering research student receives triple accolade

A University of Greenwich at Medway student, Barry Piorkowski, has won three accolades recognising his research work with the leading civil and defence contractor BAE Systems, which is based nearby in Rochester, Kent.

Date of release: Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Friends not children and grandchildren could be the key to a happy retirement

Strong social networks may be more important than having children and grandchildren around you if you're hoping for a happy retirement. This is the finding of a study by Dr Oliver Robinson and a research team at the University of Greenwich, presented at the British Psychological Society Annual Conference.

Date of release: Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Small scale engineering has an impact

The pioneering work of University of Greenwich microengineering researchers has been inspiring designers and conceptual thinkers at the Royal College of Art.

Date of release: Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Greenwich researchers investigate drug and drink problems on the isle of Sheppey

The extent of drink and drug abuse on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent will be studied in a year-long research project led by Dr John Foster from the University of Greenwich';s School of Health & Social Care.

Date of release: Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Pharmacy lecturer's mission to improve cancer treatments

Medway School of Pharmacy lecturer Dr Nathalie Lavignac has received a grant to improve drug targeting in cancer patients. Traditional delivery of cancer drugs results in side-effects because the drugs used to kill the cancer cells also kill the good cells.

Date of release: Wednesday, April 7, 2010

University of Greenwich leads international biofuels project

A leading expert in biofuels, Professor Patricia Harvey, of the University of Greenwich, is helping develop new sustainable sources of green energy for three countries in Africa. Oil extracted from the dark, oval seeds of the long-lived flowering jatropha tree and marine microalgae, which thrive in the warm waters off the shores of Namibia, are among the alternative renewable energy options being investigated.

Date of release: Monday, March 22, 2010

Revolutionary system can up your game

University of Greenwich PhD student Peter Brooks is analysing golf swings using a system which, paired with the right coaching, he believes could improve a golfer's game by five per cent.

Date of release: Monday, March 22, 2010

Greenwich students tell MPs about their research

Three postgraduate research students from the University of Greenwich spoke to MPs from all political parties about their research and its impact on society at a recent event at the House of Commons.

Date of release: Thursday, March 18, 2010

University of Greenwich showcases business support

The University of Greenwich is one of the top modern universities in the country for the research and consultancy support it gives to local, national and international businesses, according to the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE).

Date of release: Friday, March 5, 2010

Drug delivery breakthrough

A team of scientists led by Dr Simon Richardson at the University of Greenwich has got a step closer to one of the holy grails of drug delivery. The goal - to find a vehicle that can carry drugs not just to a specific cell but a specific organ (organelle) inside the cell, and accurately measure how it behaves when it gets there - has proved elusive despite two decades of research, according to the Journal of Controlled Release, a top international scientific publication.

Date of release: Wednesday, February 24, 2010

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