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In memoriam: Professor Oliver Black

In memoriam: Professor Oliver Black
Description
The Dickson Poon School of Law is saddened to learn of the passing of Professor Oliver Black who was a Visiting Professor in Law for many years and closely associated with King's Department of Philosophy.
Date:
Thursday 4th April 2019

Does intentional rounding mean better patient care?

Description
A summary of new research into intentional rounding shows it may not be the best way for nurses to deliver care.
Date:
Tuesday 2nd April 2019

In the footsteps of Rosalind Franklin

In the footsteps of Rosalind Franklin
Description
King's students will get the chance to follow in the footsteps of Rosalind Franklin and Maurice Wilkins when a new BSc/MSci Physics with Biophysics course launches in autumn 2019, bringing some of King's rich history in the subject to its undergraduate physics programmes.
Date:
Tuesday 2nd April 2019

Lady Hale opens lecture series marking 100 Years of Women in the Law

Lady Hale opens lecture series marking 100 Years of Women in the Law
Description
The Dickson Poon School of Law welcomed Baroness Hale to King's on Wednesday 20 March to address the subject of 100 years of women in legal practice.
Date:
Tuesday 2nd April 2019

Autistic people urge scientists to work alongside them

Autistic people urge scientists to work alongside them
Description
An initiative to bring autistic people together with scientists to share ideas and influence the research agenda has culminated in an exhibition of thought-provoking portraits at the Science Gallery London.
Date:
Tuesday 2nd April 2019

New international breathlessness research programme launches

New international breathlessness research programme launches
Description
The study aims to relieve suffering and improve quality of life for people with severe breathlessness.
Date:
Thursday 28th March 2019

Non-surgical brain stimulation effective for severe depression

Non-surgical brain stimulation effective for severe depression
Description
New research from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) provides clarification about the benefits of non-surgical brain stimulation for depression.
Date:
Thursday 28th March 2019

Teenage psychotic experiences more common in areas with high air pollution

Teenage psychotic experiences more common in areas with high air pollution
Description
Research from King's College London provides the first evidence of an association between air pollution and psychotic experiences in adolescence.
Date:
Wednesday 27th March 2019

Trial to answer dilemma of treating childhood epilepsy

Trial to answer dilemma of treating childhood epilepsy
Description
One of the largest ever clinical trials in children with epilepsy is launching today, which aims to find out which treatment approach works best for children and their families.
Date:
Monday 25th March 2019

Wheatstone Lecture 2019

Wheatstone Lecture 2019
Description
This year's Wheatstone Lecture was held on 20 February 2019 by the Department of Physics. Professor Naomi Halas, Rice University, presented a lecture entitled 'From Faraday to tomorrow: nanoscale optics for sustainability and societal impact'.
Date:
Wednesday 20th March 2019

Improving quality of life at the end of life

Improving quality of life at the end of life
Description
New research to meet the global challenge of healthcare for an ageing population.
Date:
Wednesday 20th March 2019

High potency cannabis linked to higher rates of psychosis

High potency cannabis linked to higher rates of psychosis
Description
New research from King's College London is the first to show the impact of cannabis use on population rates of psychosis, highlighting the potential public health impact of changes to cannabis legislation.
Date:
Wednesday 20th March 2019
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