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New York Times 30th April 2006In a major feature Sir Michael Rutter, Professor of Developmental Psychopathology, and Terrie Moffitt, Professor of Social Behaviour & Development, are quoted on issues around genes and the environment.
Financial Times 28th April 2006Sussex University is expected to abandon plans to close its chemistry department following the recommendation of an influential academic committee that instead it should invest more money in chemistry.
Times Higher (p64) 28th April 2006In the second round of Research Council UK Fellowship Awards designed to nurture postgraduate talent, King's has won 12 Fellowships. This puts the College seventh in the UK for the most number of these awards.
Times Higher (p9) 28th April 2006Universities raised a record £299 million from their alumni last year, £57 million more than the year before.
Times Higher (p8) 28th April 2006Feature looks at the winners and losers in a Metrics v RAE grant allocation system. King's is listed as one of the losers if the funding council's grant was based on the College's research council income.
Times Higher (p6) 28th April 2006Article examines the likely candidates for chief executive of a British version of the US National Institutes of Health. They include Colin Blakemore, Chief Executive of the MRC, Richard Sykes, Rector of Imperial College, Dame Nancy Rothwell, Manchester University, and Sally Davies, Department of Health.
Times Higher (p2) 28th April 2006Divisions in academia could lead to the loss of its negotiating power.
Times Higher (p1) 28th April 2006The careers of promising young researchers could be blighted if the research assessment exercise is replaced with a metric-based system for allocating university-wide research grants, a study from the Higher Education Policy Institute has warned.
Guardian 27th April 2006Enver Solomon of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies at King's, writes that there is a whiff of xenophobia about how the story of foreign national prisoners is being discussed and reported.
R4 The World Tonight 26th April 2006A feature on the remit of the Home Office, in the light of the calls for Charles Clarke's resignation, included an interview with Rob Allen, Director of the International Centre for Prison Studies. He said it was unusual for one department to take care of police and immigration and various other responsibilities.
ITV Meridian (South East and South England) 26th April 2006News item ran during day time news bulletin and again on the evening news about the work of Pfizer and King's College London and King's College Hospital on a new chronic pain hub for the development of better treatment and medication for chronic pain sufferers.