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Funding for new immunotherapy company

Funding for new immunotherapy company

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A new immunotherapy company, founded on pioneering work by researchers at King's College London and the Francis Crick Institute, has received seed funding from Abingworth, the international investment group dedicated to life sciences. The company has also received support from Cancer Research Technology (CRT), King's College London and the Francis Crick Institute.
Unilever Framework Agreement

Unilever Framework Agreement

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Unilever, one of the world's largest consumer goods companies, and King's College London have signed a Framework Agreement to formalise their long-term partnership
Hospital still the most common place of death for children with cancer

Hospital still the most common place of death for children with cancer

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Although the number of children and young people with cancer dying in hospices has risen over the past two decades, the most common place of death remains hospitals followed by home, according to a study led by King's College London.
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Shakespeare's world

Shakespeare's world

Date
16 Jun/24 Sep 2016
Location
Weston Room Maughan Library
Description
Information about the Foyle Special Collections exhibition in the Weston Room at the Maughan Library: 'The very age and body of the time': Shakespeare's world. Running June-September 2016
Paths to Utopia

Paths to Utopia

Date
1 Jul/2 Oct 2016
Location
Inigo Rooms - Somerset House East Wing. King's College London. London WC2R 2LS GB
Description
Celebrating the 500th anniversary of Thomas More's inspirational book 'Utopia', 'Paths to Utopia' is an exhibition of new art works resulting from collaborations between artists, performers, architects, technologists and King's College London academics.
Discord

Discord

Date
24 Aug/2 Oct 2016
Location
Inigo Rooms - Somerset House East Wing. King's College London. London WC2R 2LS GB
Description
Discord transports you into a Utopian experience, exploring a range of values and views surrounding the ownership, access to, and definition of home. Transported through an embodied and architectural sound-scape, you are invited to reflect on the power structures that shape Britain's relationship to the notion of home ownership.
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