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Wednesday 28th September 2016

Acne sufferers' cells may be protected against ageing

Acne sufferers' cells may be protected against ageing
Description
Scientists at King's College London have found that people who have previously suffered from acne are likely to have longer telomeres (the protective repeated nucleotides found at the end of chromosomes) in their white blood cells, meaning their cells could be better protected against ageing.
Date:
28 September 2016
Tuesday 27th September 2016

King's launches executive programme for international cultural leaders

King's launches executive programme for international cultural leaders
Description
King's College London has launched an intensive and immersive learning programme for senior international cultural leaders. Leading culture in the 21st century is a new seven day programme that will run for the first time in April 2017.
Date:
27 September 2016
Monday 26th September 2016

The Opening of Year Service 2016

The Opening of Year Service 2016
Description
The Opening of Year Service will take place on Wednesday 28 September 2016 at 13.10 at the university's Chapel on the Strand Campus.
Date:
26 September 2016

Study finds link between faecal bacteria and body fat

Study finds link between faecal bacteria and body fat
Description
Researchers at King's College London have found a new link between the diversity of bacteria in human poo – known as the human faecal microbiome - and levels of abdominal body fat.
Date:
26 September 2016

£160 million Cancer Centre opens at Guy's Hospital

£160 million Cancer Centre opens at Guy's Hospital
Description
A new £160 million Cancer Centre at Guy's Hospital, which has been designed by patients for patients, opens today.
Date:
26 September 2016
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