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Study reveals why some depressed patients have blood inflammation

Study reveals why some depressed patients have blood inflammation

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A new King's College London study reveals why some - but not all - people have depression that appears to be caused by blood inflammation.
What should UK-China relations look like?

What should UK-China relations look like?

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Professor Kerry Brown, Director of the Lau China Institute at King's College London, today launched a report at Parliament advising on the UK's China policy.
Professor Adrian Hayday elected to the fellowship of the Royal Society

Professor Adrian Hayday elected to the fellowship of the Royal Society

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Professor Adrian Hayday from the Division of Immunology, Infection & Inflammatory Disease in the Faculty, has been elected to the fellowship of the Royal Society, the UK's national academy of science. 50 Fellows are elected each year in recognition of their exceptional contributions to science, engineering and medicine.
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Current Maughan Library exhibition

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25 Jan/7 May 2016
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Current Maughan Library exhibition
Britain and the Mediterranean exhibition

Britain and the Mediterranean exhibition

Date
25 Jan/7 May 2016
Location
The Maughan Library, Weston Room
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Exhibition on Britain and the Mediterranean, running 25 January - 7 May 2016
By Me William Shakespeare Exhibition

By Me William Shakespeare Exhibition

Date
3 Feb/29 May 2016
Location
Inigo Rooms Somerset House East Wing
Description
By me William Shakespeare offers a once-in-a-generation opportunity to explore Shakespeare's will. Part of What You Will: King's Shakespeare Festival and Shakespeare400.
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