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SA expat wins Commonwealth award

The South African (South Africa, p9) 30th June 2009

King's undergraduate student Alexander Henderson has been selected for the prestigious Round Table Commonwealth Awards for Young Scholars.

Saudia Arabia leads Arab regimes in internet censorship

Nawaat (Tunisia, web) 30th June 2009

Madawi Al-Rasheed, Professor of Social Anthropology, comments on internet censorship in Saudi Arabia.

The Cutting Edge

Daily Nation (Kenya, web) 30th June 2009

Comment on the naming of Kenya College of Accountancy University; mentioning that King's is one of the Colleges of the University of London that chose to keep their original names to retain their heritage.

Stem Cells

Frontiers (BBC Radio 4) 29th June 2009

Dr Stephen Minger, Director of the Stem Cell Biology Laboratory, featured in this programme presented by Sue Broom to discuss progress in stem cell research.

Schools see fall in philanthropy

Financial Times 29th June 2009

Business Schools have seen a fall in individual charitable contributions an potential decrease in corporate giving.

Man leading push to close down bogus colleges was sacked from university job

The Times (p10) 29th June 2009

A company awarded an important role in the Governmentís attempt to shut down hundreds of bogus colleges is run by a man who was dismissed from his post at a university, The Times has discovered.

Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives

BBC Radio 4 'Broadcasting House ' 28th June 2009

The presenter of Broadcasting House visited the Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives.

Saving the economy and saving the planet

Smashing Green (web) 28th June 2009

The potential economic benefits offered by the green economy in the current economic downturn will be explored on Budget Day by three leading experts in the fields of economics and environmental research, among them Paul Ekins, Professor of Energy and Environment Policy.

The best laid plans

The Herald (Arts Books Cinema) (p9) 27th June 2009

A review of 'Bloody Victory: The sacrifice in the Somme and the Making of the Twentieth Century' by Dr William Philpott, Department of War Studies.

Deaths as bomb hits Baghdad market

Al Jazeera (web) 27th June 2009

James Denselow, PhD student in the Department of Geography, comments on the latest bombing in Baghdad.

Medical students face debts up to £46,000

The Guardian (p19) 27th June 2009

The next generation of NHS doctors will emerge from six years of study owing as much as £46,000, the British Medical Association calculates.

Climate Change negotiations

BBC1 Breakfast 26th June 2009

Paul Ekins Professor of Energy and Environment Policy, Department of Geography, was interviewed about Climate Change negotiations.

Mind Matters: Mind and Body Connection

Optionetics (Australia, web) 26th June 2009

Article about the effects of stress on the body, referring to research from the Institue of Psychiatry on the benefits of writing about upsetting experiences.

Community cash back

Good Morning Wales 26th June 2009

Richard Garside, Director of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, discussed the community cash back website.

Students learn itís easier to get a degree than a job

The Times (p14) 26th June 2009

Tens of thousands of students graduating this year will have to join the dole queue, according to research that paints a grim picture for the class of 2009.

Microalbuminuria test can detect CV and renal risks

GP (p17) 26th June 2009

GPs should test for microalbuminuria to find patients at risk of cardiovascular and renal problems. Giancarlo Viberti, Professor of Diabetes and Metabolic Medicine, comments.

Designer turns scans into model babies

The Times (p21) 26th June 2009

Pregnant women are being given the chance to hold life-size models of their unborn babies, thanks to an invention that converts data from ultrasound and MRI scans. Stuart Campbell, Head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, comments.

Cyber terrorism

Sky News 25th June 2009

Dr John Gearson, Director of the Centre for Defence Studies, Department of War Studies, commented on the threat of cyber terrorism.

Have charities lost their values as contract culture takes over?

Community Care 25th June 2009

Richard Garside, director of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, comments on the nature of the changes that voluntary sector organisations are being asked to embrace.

Science and tech committee reborn

BBC News (web) 25th June 2009

The re-establishment of a parliamentary Science and Technology Committee was approved on Thursday. The committee will be made up of the same members as the existing Innovation, Universities, Skills, and Science Committee.

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