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Jamie Cullum leads world's first 5G music lesson

Jamie Cullum leads world's first 5G music lesson
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Jamie Cullum leads world's first 5G music lesson for music-making charity
Date:
Tuesday 2nd July 2019

Creativity squared: An innovative way to document research

Creativity squared: An innovative way to document research
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Dr Nadav Drukker, Department of Mathematics, is a theoretical physicist. He is also an amateur potter and three years ago decided to fuse his two passions to show people he didn't just have one creative side: he had two.
Date:
Tuesday 11th June 2019

Mathematics researcher confirms the behaviour of one-dimensional gases of ultra-cold atoms

Mathematics researcher confirms the behaviour of one-dimensional gases of ultra-cold atoms
Description
Dr Benjamin Doyon, Department of Mathematics, and collaborators have for the first time observed how very cold clouds of atoms behave when they are made to only travel in one direction. This confirms the generalised hydrodynamics theory Dr Doyon co-developed in 2016 on how these ultra-cold atomic gases constrained to one dimension would behave.
Date:
Tuesday 11th June 2019

Dark Matter exhibition now open at Science Gallery London

Dark Matter exhibition now open at Science Gallery London
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Dark Matter: 95% of the Universe is Missing is now open. The latest exhibition from Science Gallery at King's College London imagines the unseen and questions the invisible.
Date:
Thursday 6th June 2019

Changing the way we search for Dark Matter

Changing the way we search for Dark Matter
Description
You may have heard that 95% of the universe is missing. It's not truly missing but it is currently not directly detectable. This is what is known as dark energy and dark matter. For years scientists have been searching for dark matter and now a team at King's College London, collaborating with colleagues at the University of Cambridge, have come up with a novel way of thinking about dark matter and how to look for it.
Date:
Wednesday 29th May 2019

Staff in the departments of Chemistry and Maths win King's Education Awards

Staff in the departments of Chemistry and Maths win King's Education Awards
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Staff in the departments of Chemistry and Maths win King's Education Awards
Date:
Tuesday 28th May 2019

Graduation 2018 prizewinners announced

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Graduation 2018 prizewinners announced
Date:
Friday 24th May 2019

A. H. R Rowe prize 2018

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Winner announced
Date:
Friday 24th May 2019

Dental graduate helping to build a school library in rural Ghana

Dental graduate helping to build a school library in rural Ghana
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2012 Dental Institute graduate Miriam Bouchiba is fundraising for a new library she is building in a small village in Ghana.
Date:
Thursday 23rd May 2019

Where art aids science; spit crystals to desalination of sea water

Where art aids science; spit crystals to desalination of sea water
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Atlas is a Culture at King's College London collaboration with the Dental Institute's Guy Carpenter, Jack Houghton and Matt Blakeley, the Randall Division scientists Brian Sutton and Alkistis Mitropoulou and Somerset House Studios artist Inés Cámara Leret.
Date:
Thursday 23rd May 2019

News records

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News records from 2008
Date:
Thursday 23rd May 2019

Photons made to behave like electrons in a skyrmion structure

Photons made to behave like electrons in a skyrmion structure
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A team of researchers from the Department of Physics, King's College London, and the London Centre for Nanotechnology in the UK, and Shenzhen University in China, have discovered skyrmion structures made of photon spins for the first time.
Date:
Monday 20th May 2019
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