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Emily Davison - How far have women come, 100 years on?

30 May 2013

100 years on from the death of suffragette Emily Davison, academics from across King's examine her role in changing the course of history, and look at where women stand in the world today, drawing on changes in education, employment and Government.

What Law firms want

23 May 2013

Law firms rate 'global mindset', 'commercial awareness' and 'intellectual rigour' as highly prized competencies in graduates, finds new research with 20 leading City and national Law firms, conducted by King's College London in partnership with The Times.

White Mars

23 May 2013

King's College London is overseeing the White Mars Analogue Study on the first ever winter crossing of Antarctica.

Professor Steve Harridge, Director of the Centre of Human & Aerospace Physiological Sciences, explains how findings from the study could provide insights into the challenge of sending a manned mission to Mars and ensuring its safe return.

Iraq 10 years on

15 March 2013

Experts from across King's College London offer their unique perspectives on the legacy of the Iraq War, with an introduction from Professor Sir Lawrence Freedman, Vice-Principal (Strategy & Development) and member of the official government Iraq Inquiry

Injection-free vaccination

5 February 2013

Scientists at King's have demonstrated the ability to deliver a dried live vaccine to the skin without a traditional needle, and shown for the first time that this technique is powerful enough to enable specialised immune cells in the skin to kick-start the immunising properties of the vaccine.

Hayfever vaccine study

11 September 2012

Researchers are developing a new vaccine for hayfever which could be more effective, less invasive for patients and less expensive than vaccines already available to patients within the NHS.

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