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Friday 17th March 2017

Scientists work together to envision future technologies

Scientists work together to envision future technologies
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King's College London is among thirteen universities, research organisations, and technology companies, to receive a 670 thousand Euros grant to boost research in the field of Nanoarchitectronics (NTX) - a new emerging technology combining innovative nanoscale electromagnetics and electronics – which could lead to better health care, more efficient energy use and wireless technologies
Date:
17/03/2017
Monday 13th March 2017

SCIENTIST'S UNIQUE CERAMICS EXHIBITION TO OPEN

SCIENTIST'S UNIQUE CERAMICS EXHIBITION TO OPEN
Description
A theoretical physicist from the School of Mathematics who creates ceramic artwork inspired by his scientific research is holding his first solo exhibition.Dr. Nadav Drukker's artwork will be on display at the Knight Webb Gallery in Brixton between 16th March – 8th April 2017.
Date:
13/03/2017
Wednesday 8th March 2017

The Prime Minister visits the Maths School

The Prime Minister visits the Maths School
Description
Prime Minister Theresa May visited the King's College London Mathematics School (KCLMS) on Monday (6 March), met Head Teacher Dan Abramson, current students and visited both a mathematics lesson, in which students were deriving a regression formula, and a physics lesson involving standing waves, and their link to the electron.
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08/03/2017

PhD student wins innovation award

PhD student wins innovation award
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A PhD student who has created a medical app to help patients and their carers keep a track of medication has won a £20,000 prize for innovation.
Date:
08/03/2017
Tuesday 28th February 2017

The Internet of Silicon Retinas (IOSIRE)

The Internet of Silicon Retinas (IOSIRE)
Description
Dr Mohammad Shikh-Bahaei (Department of Informatics at King's), in collaboration with UCL and Kingston University, have recently been awarded £1.4 million in funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) for their three year project IoSiRe, "Internet of Silicon Retinas: Machine to machine (M2M) communications for neuromorphic vision sensing data".
Date:
28/02/2017

Rosalind Franklin: A contextual account

Rosalind Franklin: A contextual account
Description
On Friday 10 February, Marelene and Geoff Rayner-Canham of Memorial University, Newfoundland gave a lecture about Rosalind Franklin.
Date:
28/02/2017
Tuesday 14th February 2017

HIGGS LECTURE 2017

HIGGS LECTURE 2017
Description
Professor Sheila Rowan, from the University of Glasgow, was the guest speaker at this year's prestigious Higgs Lecture, which took place on Tuesday 7 February.
Date:
14/02/2017
Monday 13th February 2017

Department of Informatics sets up "internet playground"

Department of Informatics sets up "internet playground"
Description
The Centre for Telecommunications Research (CTR) is working on testing technologies that will make internet connections faster and more secure.
Date:
13/02/2017
Thursday 12th January 2017

Dr H K Lam publishes monograph

Dr H K Lam publishes monograph
Description
Dr H.K. Lam, from the Department of Informatics, a member of the Centre for Robotics Research (CoRe), has published a monograph entitled "Polynomial Fuzzy Model-Based Control Systems: Stability Analysis and Control Synthesis Using Membership Function Dependent Techniques".
Date:
12/01/2017
Tuesday 10th January 2017

Dr Chris Lorenz published in Scientific Reports

Dr Chris Lorenz published in Scientific Reports
Description
Dr Chris Lorenz from the Department of Physics, along with researchers from the Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences has published a manuscript about antibacterial potency in Scientific Reports.
Date:
10/01/2017
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