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New President of Academy of Medical Sciences

New President of Academy of Medical Sciences

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Professor Sir Robert Lechler will become the new President of the Academy of Medical Sciences from 4 December 2015 when Professor Sir John Tooke demits office after four years in the position.
First staff to work at The Crick

First staff to work at The Crick

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The Francis Crick Institute is a newly established institute with a distinctive vision for biomedical research. It is a unique partnership between the Medical Research Council, Cancer Research UK, the Wellcome Trust and three universities (King's, UCL and Imperial College).
Further Education may "vanish into history" according to new report

Further Education may "vanish into history" according to new report

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The education funding system is destroying economically vital post-19 education, according to a new report published today by respected academic Professor Baroness Alison Wolf.
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Joining the Dots One Dayer Conference

Joining the Dots One Dayer Conference

Date
1 Jul 2015
Location
Cecil Sharp House 2 Regent's Park Road Camden London NW1 7AY
Description
The second One Dayer conference gathers together some of the best industry brains to help forecast the future of live independent music – by diving in to three main subject areas – how technology can get us there; how the audience is changing; and where the opportunities lie for improved revenues. Led by The Hub with support from the Cultural Institute at King's College London.
Justice Deferred: Transnational Lawyering and the Bhopal Gas Tragedy, 30 Years On

Justice Deferred: Transnational Lawyering and the Bhopal Gas Tragedy, 30 Years On

Date
6 Jul 2015
Location
Nash Lecture Theatre King's Building Strand Campus
Description
In his lecture, Professor Baxi revisits the legal aftermath of the disastrous accident at the Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal, India on 2-3 December 1984, which killed thousands and exposed some 500,000 persons to Methyl Isocyanate (MIC) gas.
The Fragmentation of the Two-Party System in British Politics

The Fragmentation of the Two-Party System in British Politics

Date
7 Jul 2015
Description
Pimlott Lecture 2015 - Ross McKibbin on The end of two-party supremacy? 7 July 2015, King's College London
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