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Students in the Schools of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences have been recently recognised for their excellent scientific work, with two students presenting their research in Parliament last week and two others being shortlisted for a science writing competition.
King's isoc raises £71, 000
King’s College London’s Islamic Society (ISOC) has raised £71, 736.32 for charities which help orphans and needy children as part of Charity Week which took place at the end of October.
The aim of the event is to think of an idea, design it and code a working proof of concept in just 24 hours. Participants are free to build for whichever platform they choose for their idea. Whether it's native mobile apps, or the Web, it is completely up to them.
waiting for a train
King’s medical student, Tom Pepper, has won the CBRE Student Urban Photographer of the Year competition with his striking photograph ‘Waiting for the train’ which depicts three passengers waiting for a New York subway train at 2am
Forensic Science MSc student, Leo Salvia, is being mentored by the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) at the Ministry of Defence in explosive materials research, as part of his MSc research project.
King’s College London PhD student, Kaitlyn Regehr, whose research focuses on women’s sexuality and sexualisation through performance, has won first prize at the Westdoc reality and documentary conference with her feature documentary: ‘Tempest Storm: Burlesque Queen’.
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