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TransCampus Network receives €5million grant

TransCampus Network receives €5million grant

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The TransCampus network of researchers from King's and Technische Universität Dresden in Germany has won a €5 million grant for diabetes research.
New target receptor discovered in the fight against obesity

New target receptor discovered in the fight against obesity

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New research has discovered the essential role that the receptor FFAR2 plays in the success of fermentable carbohydrates – found in foods such as vegetables, fruit, breads, cereals and pasta - in suppressing appetite and preventing obesity.
Royal Society of Biology representatives visit animal research facilities at Guy's Campus

Royal Society of Biology representatives visit animal research facilities at Guy's Campus

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Earlier this month Biological Services hosted a visit of Royal Society of Biology (RSB) representatives, who toured the animal research facilities at Guy's Campus. The visit, organised through Understanding Animal Research (UAR), was one of a series aimed at helping to explain to visitors of all ages and levels of understanding, what happens at an animal research facility.
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Intercalated BSc information evening

Intercalated BSc information evening

Date
7 Dec 2016
Description
King's College London has one of the largest offerings of Intercalated BSc programmes in the UK, if you'd like to find out more please join us at our December networking event where you'll have the opportunity to meet teaching staff and current students.
Inaugural Lecture - Professor Heneghan and Professor Khan

Inaugural Lecture - Professor Heneghan and Professor Khan

Date
7 Dec 2016
Description
Professor Heneghan and Professor Khan are the speakers of the third evening of 2016-17 Inaugural Lecture series.
DNS Seminar - Dr Turner

DNS Seminar - Dr Turner

Date
8 Dec 2016
Description
Dr Turner presents: 'Search for the missing genes. Does the burger van hold the answer?'.
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