News and events
21 March 2013 White Mars Expedition Begins
The first ever winter crossing of Antarctica, which begins today, could provide insights into the challenge of sending a manned mission to Mars and ensuring its safe return.
1 March 2011 Physiological Society Themed Meeting
The Physiological Society is hosting at King’s College London a Cellular and Integrative Neuroscience Themed Meeting from 6 to 8 April 2011. The meeting will including a focused symposium: From Neurones to Networks: Birth, Death, Disease and Repair of the Nervous System. The Scientific Organisers are Jon Robbins, Pat Doherty and Jeremy Ward.
7 February 2011 Outstanding progression of Biomedical Sciences graduates
82% of graduates from the School of Biomedical Sciences with a first class honours degree who applied for Medicine or Dentistry gained a place.
11 January 2011 British astronaut comes to King's
Major Tim Peake, the first official British astronaut selected by the European Space Agency, came to King’s to give his first talk as a qualified astronaut since completing his Basic Training.
06 January 2011 Stargazer Dara O Briain ‘in space’ at King’s
BBC Presenter Dara O Briain has visited King’s Centre of Human & Aerospace Physiological Sciences (CHAPS) to experience the physical effects of space flight. His visit was broadcast on the BBC programme Stargazer on 05 January.
07 December 2010 Awards recognise undergraduate achievements
Staff and fellow students came together in celebration of some of the School's outstanding undergraduate students as they received prizes at a ceremony held last month at Guy’s Campus.
06 December 2010 EU urged to make rare diseases a research priority
Members of the European Parliament have been advised that the EU should give ‘higher priority’ to research into rare neurological diseases.
16 August 2010 Discovering 'Scientists in Sport'
Over 150 pupils from schools across London took part in a unique university experience at King’s College London on 14 July 2010, designed to inspire them to study science and pursue a science-related career.
19 May 2010 Astrobiology on the Moon
Dr David Green, Lecturer in Human and Aerospace Physiology, addressed the Royal Astronomical Society last week.
10 May 2010 Outstanding paper award for Dr David Begley
Senior physiology lecturer Dr David Begley is one of the winners of this year’s Jorge Heller Journal of Controlled Release Outstanding Paper Award.
10 May 2010 Aerospace Physiology student flies high
King's third year Medicine student Rishi Mandavia, who studied for an intercalated BSc Aerospace Physiology in 2008-09, has been awarded the Safe Prize at the Royal Aeronautical Society in London.
25 February 2010 Neurodegenerative disease: opening the door
Dr David Begley of the Institute of Pharmaceutical Science has received a prestigious European Science Foundation award.