News and features
Selected items related to new research and developments at King's, or linked to issues of the day.
In this collection
Her Majesty The Queen officially opened Somerset House East Wing, the new front door to King's College London.
On February 29th 2012, Her Majesty The Queen officially opened Somerset House East Wing, one of London's most beautiful and iconic buildings.
The London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) has unveiled the WADA accredited anti-doping laboratory which will operate during the London 2012 Games.
King's College London held the official inauguration ceremony on 26 January for its new India Institute, which is aiming to become the leading international centre for the study of contemporary India.
Former stroke patient David Reilly talks to Lalit Kalra, Professor of Stroke Medicine, about how his team's research improves the treatment of patients at King's College Hospital.
Prof Michael Shattock of King's College London tells the story of a single heartbeat. How does a tiny electrical signal from the pacemaker cells kick off the tightly coordinated series of muscular contractions needed to pump blood around the body?
Dr Hafed Walda, from the Department of Digital Humanities, explains how he is trying to protect Libya's heritage on a visit to the country. Video from NATO Community.
Researchers at King's College London have discovered how coral produces natural sunscreen compounds to protect itself from damaging UV rays, leading scientists to believe these compounds could be the basis for a new type of sunscreen in humans.
Dr Christopher Townley, lecturer in the School of Law, gives a lecture discussing European competition law, and the effects that EC legislation might have on the government's efforts to curb binge drinking in the UK.
In October 2011, the Institute of Psychiatry held a special event to honour three former Deans: Profs Sir Robin Murray, George Szmukler and Peter McGuffin. This short film captures the essence of this touching and uplifting ceremony.