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Tribute to Professor Raymond Gosling

Tribute to Professor Raymond Gosling

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We have been informed that King's Alumnus, Professor Raymond Gosling, who worked closely on the discovery of DNA at King's in the 1950s, has died. Professor Gosling worked alongside Maurice Wilkins, Rosalind Franklin, Alec Stokes, Herbert Wilson and other colleagues at King's where they made crucial contributions to the discovery of DNA's structure in 1953.
More people are dying in hospices

More people are dying in hospices

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The proportion of people dying in hospices in England has nearly doubled since 1993, but the gap in hospice deaths between people living in the least and most deprived areas appears to be growing, find a new study by the Cicely Saunders Institute at King's College London.
King's 'most improved' in Academic Reputation Survey

King's 'most improved' in Academic Reputation Survey

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King's College London and New York University (NYU) have been identified by Thomson Reuters as the 'most improved' global universities in terms of their academic reputation during 2010-2014.
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The world in 2015: What went wrong? Concluding lecture

The world in 2015: What went wrong? Concluding lecture

Date
27 May 2015
Location
JKTL Nash Lecture Theatre (K2.31)
Description
Beyond chaos: How to 'repair' a broken world? How do you recreate confidence, when it has largely been lost? It cannot be imposed by decree, but what mechanisms can be activated from above and below to generate something like 'an alliance of moderates' against the rise of radicals?
King's Cultural Challenge 2015 Final

King's Cultural Challenge 2015 Final

Date
3 Jun 2015
Location
Edmond J. Safra Lecture Theatre, King's College London, Strand campus
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The King's Cultural Challenge 2015 final, hosted by Zeb Soanes, is a chance to meet the next generation of cultural leaders and hear their exciting ideas for the sector's development.
Former US Ambassador to the Soviet Union Jack Matlock: Has the Ukrainian crisis produced Cold War II? Two narratives, both wrong

Former US Ambassador to the Soviet Union Jack Matlock: Has the Ukrainian crisis produced Cold War II? Two narratives, both wrong

Date
8 Jun 2015
Location
Great Hall, Strand campus
Description
In association with the US-UK Fulbright Commission and the Lois Roth Endowment, King's is holding the Fifth Annual Fulbright Distinguished Lecture Series in International Relations. Former United States Ambassador to the Soviet Union Jack Matlock will discuss 'Has the Ukrainian crisis produced Cold War II? - two narratives, both wrong.'
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