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Thursday 15th November 2018

Deputy Director of Community Education wins Outstanding Teaching Award 2018

Deputy Director of Community Education wins Outstanding Teaching Award 2018
Description
Dr Russell Hearn has won the Royal College of General Practitioners' (RCGP) Outstanding Teaching Award 2018.
Date:
15/11/2018

From pain to power: a charter for organisations engaging abuse survivors in projects, research and service development

From pain to power: a charter for organisations engaging abuse survivors in projects, research and service development
Description
Researchers have launched a charter to guide organisations and individuals to safely and meaningfully engage abuse survivors in health and social care research.
Date:
15/11/2018
Monday 12th November 2018

King's Forensics expands collaboration with the Government of Kazakhstan

King's Forensics expands collaboration with the Government of Kazakhstan
Description
King's Forensics has won a contract worth £840,000 from the Government of Kazakhstan to help reform its justice sector.
Date:
12/11/2018

Two-pronged device enables maverick immune cells to identify and kill cancers

Two-pronged device enables maverick immune cells to identify and kill cancers
Description
Immune cells called Gamma Delta T cells can act independently to identify and kill cancer cells, defying the conventional view of the immune system, reveals new research.
Date:
12/11/2018
Thursday 8th November 2018

Why do athletes 'recover' in an ice bath? Does it work?

Why do athletes 'recover' in an ice bath? Does it work?
Description
We've all seen it, after a gruelling and physical rugby many athletes plunge themselves into a bath of icy cold water or even in a cold air chamber, a treatment known as cryotherapy. Does it work?
Date:
08/11/2018

Does playing computer games in childhood damage your eyes?

Does playing computer games in childhood damage your eyes?
Description
According to a new study time spent playing computer games and being born in the summer are both linked to an increased risk of developing short sightedness in childhood.
Date:
08/11/2018
Tuesday 6th November 2018

SOFTER trial investigates if water softeners can prevent eczema

SOFTER trial investigates if water softeners can prevent eczema
Description
A clinical trial from the St John's Institute of Dermatology, School of Basic & Medical Biosciences has been launched to investigate whether using water softeners can reduce the risk of eczema in babies.
Date:
06/11/2018

New £10m Centre in medical imaging and AI

New £10m Centre in medical imaging and AI
Description
UK Research and Innovation will invest £10million in The London Medical Imaging & Artificial Intelligence Centre for Value-Based Healthcare
Date:
06/11/2018
Monday 5th November 2018

Students design science experiments to be launched into space

Students design science experiments to be launched into space
Description
60 students spent a weekbat King's designing experiments to be carried out on the International Space Station as part of Mission Discovery.
Date:
05/11/2018
Friday 2nd November 2018

Centre for Inflammation Biology & Cancer Immunology formally launches

Centre for Inflammation Biology & Cancer Immunology formally launches
Description
On Wednesday 31 October 2018, the Centre for Inflammation Biology & Cancer Immunology was officially launched with a celebratory showcase event.
Date:
02/11/2018
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