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King's and Ericsson collaborate to realize the potential of 5G

King's and Ericsson collaborate to realize the potential of 5G

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King's College London and Ericsson today announced collaboration on 5G research which will address both technical implications and societal challenges towards the development of a tactile internet.
Robots on reins could be the 'eyes' of firefighters

Robots on reins could be the 'eyes' of firefighters

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Researchers at King's College London have developed revolutionary reins that enable robots to act like guide dogs, which could enable that firefighters moving through smoke-filled buildings could save vital seconds and find it easier to identify objects and obstacles.
Deep dive analysis demonstrates global impact of UK research

Deep dive analysis demonstrates global impact of UK research

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In an initial assessment of the nature, scale and beneficiaries of the impact of UK universities' research, investigators at King's College London say the benefits are multi-impactful and have been felt globally, across all nations, in findings published today.
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The (R)evolution of Street Art: spatiality and perceptions in contemporary society

The (R)evolution of Street Art: spatiality and perceptions in contemporary society

Date
27 Mar 2015
Location
Nash Lecture Theatre King's Building Strand Campus
Description
The MA student research group on 'Culture, Governance and Cities' is hosting a high-powered panel discussion on, The (R)evolution of Street Art: spatiality and perceptions in contemporary society.
Professor Klaus Suhling Inaugural Lecture

Professor Klaus Suhling Inaugural Lecture

Date
31 Mar 2015
Location
JKTL Nash Lecture Theatre (K2.31), Kings building, Strand campus
Description
Professor Klaus Suhling will deliver his Inaugural Lecture on Tuesday 31 March 2015.
McDowall Lecture in Physiology

McDowall Lecture in Physiology

Date
1 Apr 2015
Description
Professor Lord Robert Winston will present this year's McDowall Lecture in Physiology, entitled 'So-called Clinical Medicine - have we lost the plot?'.
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