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Weathervane Workshop
30 March 2023

'Learn from nature how to use less' Student reflection on creating a climate exhibition

King’s student Marina Lozovik, currently studying for an MA Cultural and Creative Industries, shares…

30 March 2023

A handful of blueberries a day could help improve brain function

New research from King’s Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine has found that eating a handful of…

Girl playing hyperactive
29 March 2023

Hyperactivity and impulsivity in childhood associated with increased risk of social isolation

Research led by the Social, Genetic & Developmental…

Top 10 QS subject ranking for Nursing 2023
27 March 2023

Nursing at King's ranked #2 in the world for fifth year in a row

According to global higher education analysts QS in their…

Re-Live, a theatre company that puts wellbeing and health at the centre of storytelling, was one of the recipients
24 March 2023

Award for Civic Arts Organisations 2023 recipients announced

Presented by Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in partnership…

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…

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