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Science & engineering impact showcase event

Location
Anatomy Museum, King’s Building, Strand Campus
Category
Culture, Exhibition, Lecture
When
04/04/2017 (12:30-15:30)
Contact
richard.matthewman@kcl.ac.uk
Description

Research from King’s is making a difference in the world every day. In partnership with businesses, charity, and government, staff at King’s are working to transfer their research from labs and desks out into society.

Staff and PhD students from across the University are invited to come and see posters and live demonstrations of the technologies, projects, and research in science and engineering that are being developed at King’s, and which are on their way to benefiting culture, society, and the economy.

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Tuesday 4 April 2017
12:30-15:30
Anatomy Museum, King’s Building, Strand Campus

The Impact Showcase Event is part of the events and activities of the EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account. Further funding for projects will be available this year, for more information, please contact richard.matthewman@kcl.ac.uk

Biolaser image courtesy Dr Riccardo Sapienza (Physics); Heart image courtesy Dr Steven Niederer (Biomedical Engineering)

Event Highlights:

The Classical Now

The Classical Now

Date
02/03/2018 - 28/04/2018
Location
Bush House Arcade (Strand Campus), Inigo Rooms - Somerset House East Wing. King's College London. London WC2R 2LS GB, Strand Campus
Description
Presented in partnership with the Musée d'Art Classique de Mougins (MACM), The Classical Now traces the ways in which Graeco-Roman art has captured and permeated the modern imagination through the pairing of modern and contemporary art with antiquities.
Art, ADHD, Neurodiversity & Giant Octopussies: #MagicCarpet Launch

Art, ADHD, Neurodiversity & Giant Octopussies: #MagicCarpet Launch

Date
24/04/2018
Location
6 Queen Square, London, The Art Workers' Guild, WC1N 3AT
Description
Join King's artist Dr Kai Syng Tan, currently resident in the Department of Social Genetic & Developmental Psychiatry at King's, and Professor Philip Asherson, Professor of Molecular Psychiatry at King's, for the launch of a new tapestry artwork, 'I Run and Run, Let Out An Earth-Shattering Roar and Turn Into A Giant Octopussy', part of a 1.5 year project #MagicCarpet. The work arises from an ongoing dialogue between Kai and Philip on mind wandering, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and how they relate to the creative process.
Gen Doy: Wholly Water and Mare Nostrum

Gen Doy: Wholly Water and Mare Nostrum

Date
26/04/2018
Location
5 Strand Lane, Roman Bath, Strand Campus
Description
A sound and video installation at the 'Roman' Bath, with a live performance at 17.30, created by King's artist Gen Doy in collaboration with Lynn Dennison. The work explores the intersections between the classical and the contemporary at the heart of the Strand Campus. This work is part of the festival during the Annual Meeting of the Association for Art History, co-hosted by King's and the Courtauld Institute of Art.
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