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The Queen launches project to place King George III's private archive online

The Queen launches project to place King George III's private archive online

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A project to digitise King George III's private papers was launched today in the presence of The Queen at Windsor Castle. The collaboration between King's College London and the Royal Archives will make the complete collection of King George III's papers available online. It will commence in the coming weeks and will result in the digitisation of historic documents from the Royal Archives, making them widely available for the first time.
Students address cultural challenges at King's Cultural Hackathon

Students address cultural challenges at King's Cultural Hackathon

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Last week 124 King's students from across the university came together for a day of intensive brainstorming, insight from cultural sector leaders, open space workshops and ideas labs at the inaugural Cultural Hackathon, part of the King's Cultural Challenge 2015.
King's is biggest REF cash winner

King's is biggest REF cash winner

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King's is set to gain the largest increase* in research funding in cash terms following the success of its submission to the 2014 Research Excellence Framework.
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EC-UNDP Kapuscinski Development Lectures: Dr Paul Farmer

EC-UNDP Kapuscinski Development Lectures: Dr Paul Farmer

Date
20 Apr 2015
Location
Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre, King’s College London, Strand campus
Description
King's College London is privileged to be hosting a Kapuscinski Development Lecture given by the world-renowned medical doctor and anthropologist Paul Farmer on 20 April 2015
EC-UNDP Kapuscinski Development Lectures: Dr Paul Farmer

EC-UNDP Kapuscinski Development Lectures: Dr Paul Farmer

Date
20 Apr 2015
Location
Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre, King’s College London, Strand campus
Description
King's College London is privileged to be hosting a Kapuscinski Development Lecture given by the world-renowned medical doctor and anthropologist Paul Farmer on 20 April 2015
You talk, they listen: Freedom of speech

You talk, they listen: Freedom of speech

Date
20 Apr 2015
Location
Anatomy Lecture Theatre (K6.29) Strand Campus
Description
Rick Edwards hosts a panel of experts and Guardian writers as we explore the issue of freedom of speech on campus and how the next Government could help.
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