Skip to main content
KBS_Icon_questionmark link-ico

mri tom booth.jpg
20 March 2023

New-born babies' brains reveal new insights in child development

A study of asymmetries in babies’ brains has led to new hypotheses about neonatal development.

16 March 2023

International Women's Day event discusses how we reach equity in STEMM funding

Professor Rachel Oliver discussed her research on the stark funding gap between male and female…

BBC Monitoring
15 March 2023

Christine McGuinness: Unmasking My Autism – King's experts on BBC One

Experts at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology &…

The marriage question CC
15 March 2023

New book explores how marriage questions grow and change

New biography The Marriage Question, by author Clare…

Vape white
14 March 2023

Standardised packaging on vapes reduces appeal to teenagers

New research from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology &…

4 December 2022

Clearing the smoke: the evidence behind vaping

Cigarettes kill over half of their long-term users. The…

21 July 2022

Where does data come from?

The origin, or 'provenance' of data is important to gaining…

11 July 2022

Reimagining India's health system

Why is that India's voters appear to place curiously little…

22 June 2022

Bridging the global mental health gap

The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that 450…

13 May 2022

Prioritising maternal mental health through research

Mental illness during pregnancy and the first year after…

12 May 2022

Leading the international effort against doping in sports

The Drug Control Centre (DCC) is King’s flagship anti-doping…

King’s Media Centre

Providing information and resources for journalists and media professionals