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Investing in tomorrow's engineers and scientists

Investing in tomorrow's engineers and scientists

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King's has been awarded funding as part of a £500 million investment in Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs), by EPSRC, to support a new centre in the area of non-equilibrium systems: CANES.
Mayor of London launches MedCity

Mayor of London launches MedCity

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King's College London, Imperial and UCL join forces with Oxford & Cambridge to build world's most powerful life sciences cluster.
Light-activated neurons restore function to paralysed muscles

Light-activated neurons restore function to paralysed muscles

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A new way to artificially control muscles using light, with the potential to restore function to muscles paralysed by conditions such as motor neuron disease and spinal cord injury, has been developed by scientists at King's College London and UCL.
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aes seminar: dr iarla kilbane-dawe

aes seminar: dr iarla kilbane-dawe

Date
29 Apr 2014
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Dr Iarla Kilbane-Dawe presents 'Understanding how people react to air pollution information and its implications for policy and public information' as part of the Division of Analytical & Environmental Sciences Seminar Series.
Inaugural Lecture: Professor Stephen Devereux

Inaugural Lecture: Professor Stephen Devereux

Date
20 May 2014
Description
Professor Stephen Devereux presents 'It's the environment that matters; how leukaemia relies on its surroundings' as part of the School of Medicine Inaugural Lecture Series.
ips seminar: professor molly stevens

ips seminar: professor molly stevens

Date
4 Jun 2014
Description
Professor Molly Stevens will present 'New materials based approaches for regenerative medicine and biosensing' as part of the Institute of Pharmaceutical Science Seminar Series.
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