In 2014 the REF results confirmed the faculty's position at the forefront of dental and oral research. As one of the leading dental schools in the UK, returning the largest number of researchers, the faculty was pleased to see 90% of its overall performance deemed to be of high quality, rated 4* or 3*. This outcome reflects their strategy to promote high quality research across a range of fields from basic craniofacial biology, to tissue engineering and translational research.
Further information:You can find out more about the impact of King’s research on our Research in Action webpages.
REF 2014 confirms the faculty's position at the forefront of dental and oral research.
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6 July 2020
Congratulations to Jia Shang Lau, Qasim Mohammedbhai and Melanie Barnard, entrants to the…
1 July 2020
King's dentistry has placed third in the world in the Global Ranking of Academic Subjects
30 June 2020
A connection between ear and jaw bones in marsupials and monotremes shortly after birth provides…
Featuring King's Professor Paul Sharpe as Specialty Chief Editor
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