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Newborns have stronger immunity than first thought

Newborns have stronger immunity than first thought

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Contrary to what was previously thought, newborn immune T cells may have the ability to trigger an inflammatory response to bacteria, according to a new study led by King's College London. Although their immune system works very differently to that of adults, babies may still be able to mount a strong immune defense, finds the study published in the journal Nature Medicine.
Pollution risks of megacity 'street canyons' examined in unique new research

Pollution risks of megacity 'street canyons' examined in unique new research

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People living in Hong Kong's towering skyscrapers may be away from the hustle and bustle of its notorious traffic-snarled streets but the effects of traffic emissions should not be ignored, says a ground-breaking research project led by King's College London.
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Booking now open: Arts & Humanities Festival

Booking now open: Arts & Humanities Festival

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This year's Art & Humanities Festival explores 'underground' through immersive events, theatre, music, exclusive underground tours, film screenings, performances and debates.
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Joy of Influence: Paul Morley

Joy of Influence: Paul Morley

Date
23 Sep 2014
Description
The Joy of Influence: five journalists on the novel that changed their lives.
Psiche Hughes in Conversation

Psiche Hughes in Conversation

Date
24 Sep 2014
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Psiche Hughes, Beryl Bainbridge's closest friend, has been instrumental in the development of the exhibition Art & Life: The Paintings of Beryl Bainbridge.
Representing History: A Panel Discussion

Representing History: A Panel Discussion

Date
25 Sep 2014
Location
Anatomy Lecture Theatre 6th Floor King's Building Strand Campus
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Bainbridge's later work often focuses on the representation of historical events and figures. The sinking of the Titanic, Captain Scott's failed mission to Antarctica and Dr Samuel Johnson are among the people and moments from the past that populate her pages and canvases.
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