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How staying in shape is vital for reproductive success

How staying in shape is vital for reproductive success
Description
Cells must keep their shape and proportions to successfully reproduce through cell division, new research finds.
Date:
Tuesday 22nd January 2019

King's researchers awarded £1.25 million to design healthcare for potentially fatal eating disorder

King's researchers awarded £1.25 million to design healthcare for potentially fatal eating disorder
Description
A from the School of Life Course Sciences, has been awarded £1.25 million by the NIHR to investigate an eating disorder where people with type 1 diabetes deliberately take too little insulin to try and control their weight.
Date:
Monday 14th January 2019

Pharmacology Honorary Fellowship award

Pharmacology Honorary Fellowship award
Description
Professor Sue Brain, within the School of Cardiovascular Medicine & Sciences was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the British Pharmacology Society (BPS) on 19 December 2018.
Date:
Thursday 10th January 2019

Art-science collaboration creates alternative perspectives for the new NMR facility

Art-science collaboration creates alternative perspectives for the new NMR facility
Description
For the opening of the new NMR facility at King's an art-science collaboration took place. Story by Julie Light, Olga Suchanova, Gareth Morgan, Jill Mueller, Sasi Conte and Andrew Atkinson.
Date:
Monday 7th January 2019

Fight against breast cancer - new target identified

Fight against breast cancer - new target identified
Description
Researchers from the School of Basic & Medical Biosciences have identified a potential target that could lead to new treatments for triple negative breast cancer.
Date:
Tuesday 18th December 2018

'World first' acne study uncovers hope for new treatment

'World first' acne study uncovers hope for new treatment
Description
A discovery could lead to new treatments for severe acne. Scientists found 15 genome regions linked to developing the condition.
Date:
Wednesday 12th December 2018

Our Boys – Who were the Falklands paratroopers?

Our Boys – Who were the Falklands paratroopers?
Description
Dr Helen Parr, Senior Lecturer at Keele University presents her new book 'Our Boys' at the Sir Michael Howard Centre Annual Lecture 2018
Date:
Tuesday 11th December 2018

Why do we get cramps?

Why do we get cramps?
Description
Dr Richard Bruce comments on the latest research into why we get cramps.
Date:
Monday 10th December 2018

'King's Artists – New Thinking, New Making' now in its final weeks

'King's Artists – New Thinking, New Making' now in its final weeks
Description
'King's Artists – New Thinking, New Making' in the Arcade at Bush House, an exhibition of works from six contemporary artists working across the university, closes on Saturday 15 December.
Date:
Wednesday 5th December 2018

'Student Sounds' event at King's showcases the musical talents of five students

'Student Sounds' event at King's showcases the musical talents of five students
Description
On 30 November, the Culture Lounge hosted an event of performances by five talented King's students who are musicians and singers: Selin Sarayli, Baudouin Chaar, Teng Chen, Ledy Manurung and Zach Thompson.
Date:
Wednesday 5th December 2018

BHF Day at King's

BHF Day at King's
Description
On 16 November the British Heart Foundation (BHF) visited King's, providing researchers with the opportunity to hear about the BHF strategy, remit and funding opportunities, directly from BHF representatives.
Date:
Monday 3rd December 2018

King's and Evelina collaboration awarded €2 million to tackle sickle cell disease

King's and Evelina collaboration awarded €2 million to tackle sickle cell disease
Description
A team from the School of Life Course Sciences has been awarded €2.1 million to create an international network to better understand and treat sickle cell disease (SCD).
Date:
Thursday 29th November 2018
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