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19 May 2022

What's nudge got to do with it?

Is behavioural public policy just a distraction, or can nudge-type policies actually make a…

Dysentry
13 May 2022

Bacteria that cause dysentery also actively block body's ability to fight the infection

Scientists reveal that Shigella tricks the immune system, hindering the body’s ability to mount an…

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12 May 2022

King's maintains position among best universities for research excellence and power

King’s has today maintained its position among the UK’s best…

Disks on a photoelectrode for enhanced water splitting
10 May 2022

King's researcher leads £10 million EPSRC grant investigating light-driven energy-conversion

Could the world’s most abundant energy source – light –…

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10 May 2022

New Study To Evaluate Psilocybin's Therapeutic Potential On Autistic Adults

A new study, led by researchers from the Institute of…

9 May 2022

Ensuring openness and accountability in EU State aid

The European Commission has sweeping powers in relation to…

9 May 2022

Building leadership for peace in Africa

To help us better understand and break the cyclical nature…

8 May 2022

Advancing transparency and building trust in biodefence

A team at King’s College London has used sociologically…

7 May 2022

ZOE COVID Study app: How King's researchers slowed the spread of COVID-19

On March 24th 2020, the ZOE COVID Symptom Study App was…

5 May 2022

Playing a part in the fight against ivory poaching

The use of new techniques for retrieving fingerprints from…

4 May 2022

Saving lives thorough military ethics education

Research and resources from the Defence Studies Department…

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