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The overlooked third man

The overlooked third man

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The horticulturist who came up with the concept of 'evolution by natural selection' 27 years before Charles Darwin did should be more widely acknowledged for his contribution, states a new paper by a King's College London geneticist.
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.
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Hubchat: Them's the Breaks

Hubchat: Them's the Breaks

Date
29 Apr 2015
Description
Through A Wall is a cross-platform art project exploring the complexities of conflict as a universal human experience and its relationship to belief. It is a seed-funded project part of the Belief and Conflict in the UK series in partnership with the Cultural Institute at King's and Urban Dialogues at Three Faiths Forum.
The Road to Rome and Strasbourg via San Francisco:Human Rights in Charters and Declarations

The Road to Rome and Strasbourg via San Francisco:Human Rights in Charters and Declarations

Date
5 May 2015
Location
K2.31 Nash Lecture Theatre Kings Building Strand Campus
Description
With Sir Louis Blom-Cooper QC.
The world in 2015: What went wrong with the emerging world?

The world in 2015: What went wrong with the emerging world?

Date
6 May 2015
Location
JKTL Nash Lecture Theatre (K2.31)
Description
Each emerging power is a different case, but what unites them is a refusal to exert positive global responsibilities beyond their own state interests. Insecure domestically, such countries tend to concentrate on their own internal development and their own political stability.
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