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King's to invest in mental health and wellbeing

King's to invest in mental health and wellbeing

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As mental health continues to be an increasing issue in UK universities, as well as wider society, King's are aiming to meet the growing demand on their services in a range of innovative ways with new funding given to Student Services.
UK researchers aim to develop ways to control and charge robots remotely

UK researchers aim to develop ways to control and charge robots remotely

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Researchers at King's College London, Lancaster University and the University of Leeds are working on the £1million SWIFT project, which is the first collaborative UK effort to address the theory and practicalities of simultaneously transferring information and power across wireless networks.
King's unveils plans for innovative Science Gallery

King's unveils plans for innovative Science Gallery

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King's College London has unveiled plans to create an innovative Science Gallery in the heart of London that will attract more than 300,000 visitors a year.
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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
On the money? Financial literacy among the public

On the money? Financial literacy among the public

Date
9 Jul 2015
Location
Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre Strand Campus
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New research shows that many people hold a number of misperceptions that prevent them from making good financial decisions. This event will cover the key things that people get wrong - from underestimating the cost of raising a family to trends in interest rates.
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