Monthly Archives: September 2016

The School Placement Team hits another century

Over 100 students have once again embarked on industry placements with the support of the team in the School of Computing. Placement Officers Sian Robson and Katie Van Sanden announced that 113 students will be on placement for the 2016/17 … Continue reading

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‘I was at the very cusp between mainframe computers and the microprocessor revolution’

  Steve Baker was among the first cohorts of Computing students in the 1970s. Computers have come a long way since then, and so has his career.   What made you decide to study at Kent? Back in the mid-1970’s, it … Continue reading

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Was Neil Armstrong misquoted? Study suggests his accent could’ve been to blame

This article by Professor Ian McLoughlin was first published in The Conversation. It’s one of the most famous quotes of all time. “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,” were the first words NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong … Continue reading

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Cyber Security – darknet use higher in 18-24 year olds

A survey at Kent has revealed that 5% of British adults have browsed the darknet, with 1% acknowledging they have bought items from it. The survey by the by the Cyber Security Centre found that the percentage who bought items is much … Continue reading

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