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The Sunday Telegraph (Seven) 30th November 2008
Dr Stephen Minger, a leading human embryonic stem cell biologist at King's, comments on the clinical practice of stem cell treatment in an article discussing Dr Geeta Shroff.
Situation in Mumbai
BBC Radio 5 Live 30th November 2008
Dr Peter Neumann, Director of the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence, was interviewed on Radio 5's Weekend Breakfast programme in connection with the incidents in Mumbai.
Did Mumbai attackers have foreign help?
MSNBC (web) 29th November 2008
Article on the potential groups involved in the Mumbai attacks, quoting Dr Peter Neumann, Director of the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence.
Security chiefs fear revamped version of 70s-style violence
The Guardian 29th November 2008
Dr Peter Neumann, Director of the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence, is quoted about the need for planning and training camps involved in the preparation of the Mumbai attacks.
Guardian 29th November 2008
Research from the Institute of Psychiatry at King's, is cited in an item refuting the suggestion that mobile phones cause headaches.
BBC Radio 4 29th November 2008
Anne Redston, Visiting Professor of Tax, appeared on Radio 4's Moneybox programme to discuss the rise in child benefits, credit and pension credit levels with the Head of Money Advice at Hertfordshire County Council.
BBC Radio Wales & Talksport Radio 28th November 2008
Dr John Gearson, Director for the Centre for Defence Studies in the Department of War Studies also discussed the terror attacks on BBC Radio Wales and Talksport Radio.
Still not superior
Jewish Chronicle 28th November 2008
Letter to the editor by Father Patrick Morrow, Chaplain at King's, in response to a letter from Rabbi Schochet published earlier.
ITV1 Tonight 28th November 2008
Professor Tom Sanders, Head of the Division of Nutritional Sciences at King's College London, appeared on the Tonight programme discussing sugar levels in food.
Situation in Mumbai
Sky News 28th November 2008
Dr John Gearson, Director for Centre for Defence Studies, and Dr Peter Neumann were both interviewed on the Sky Today programme about the violence in Mumbai.
Attributes Suggest Outside Help
Washington Post 28th November 2008
Dr Peter Neumann, Director of the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence, is quoted about the violence in Mumbai.
Situation in Mumbai
Danish TV 28th November 2008
Dr Peter Neumann, Director of the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence, was interviewed on Danish TV about the violence in Mumbai.
Safety in Mumbai
BBC News 27th November 2008
Anatol Lieven, Professor of International Relations and Terrorism Studies, was interviewed about the terrorist incidents in Mumbai and the safety of British people in that city.
Does your choice of university determine your earning potential?
Independent (Educ Supp p3) 27th November 2008
New research published yesterday shows that students who want to get a good job that pays well should apply to an institution belonging to the Russell Group or 1994 Group of universities.
Prejudice by any other name
THE (p25) 27th November 2008
Leader column says that gender and ethnicity are subject to constant scrutiny, but middle and upper-class dominance of academia must be challenged. King's Extended Medical Degree Programme is praised.
Stem-cell work could contravene human rights law, bioethicist warns
THE (p21) 27th November 2008
Scientists could be breaking the law if they implement parts of the new Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act, an academic has claimed. Stephen Minger, director of the King's stem-cell biology laboratory is quoted defending the situation.
Never mind fees, feel the location
THE (p15) 27th November 2008
The size of the tuition fees charged by a university and its overseas marketing efforts appear to have little impact on the number of international students who apply, a new study says.
Research-led institutions give graduates pay premium
THE (p6) 27th November 2008
The salary "premium" enjoyed by graduates of research-intensive universities above the earnings of those from less-selective institutions has been revealed by new research.
Funding focus on research elite set to split sector
THE (p4) 27th November 2008
The concentration of research funding on a small elite of universities should be intensified until the UK has no more than 30 or so institutions specialising in postgraduate research, a new report says.
British pupils are 'too spoon-fed to cope with tough degrees'
The Daily Mail (p32) 26th November 2008
The UK produces a bigger percentage of graduates in 'soft' subjects than any other developed nation, according to a study by the Reform think-tank.