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Law and the Climate Crisis: A Virtual Exhibition

A virtual exhibition entitled 'Law and the Climate Crisis' has been launched by The Dickson Poon School of Law’s LLM module 'Global Law of Climate Change’,...

In a cloudy back drop hints of a sunset are peeking through clouds which have generators with emissions coming out of them.

Call for Papers - Paper and Idea Development Workshop

We are inviting submissions for a paper and idea development workshop in celebration of the launch of the Centre for Sustainable Business at King’s Business...

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New review explores use of novel radiotracer in cancer imaging

Researchers from the School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences have published a new review examining the suitability of a novel radiotracer in...

The image shows normal physiological uptake of 18F-FSPG in the soft palate, liver, and pancreas with renal excretion

Investigating the link between apical periodontitis and cardiovascular disease risk

Apical periodontitis – a chronic inflammatory disease of the periradicular tissues – is caused by the complex interactions between the root canal microbiota,...

apical periodontitis and cardiovascular disease

King's Global Health Partnerships launches online volunteer platform

On International Volunteer Day 2023, King's Global Health Partnerships launches a new online platform for health professionals interested in volunteering with...

KSLP volunteer lab

Odontodes: The Developmental and Evolutionary Building Blocks of Dentitions

Professor Moya Meredith Smith and Dr Aaron LeBlanc contribute to a newly published book on the odontode system.


Future research leaders from King's receive prestigious UKRI fellowships

Three academics from King’s have been recognised as some of the UK's most promising researchers in science, having each been named a recipient of the coveted...

King's UKRI Future Leader Fellowship recipients 2023

Economic migration: the view from a citizens' jury

We brought people together to listen to experts and consider the issues in depth

Immigration Check

'Brazil is Back' says country's top diplomat in UK

November saw the Brazilian Ambassador deliver King's Brazil Institute’s Inaugural Lecture, where he heralded the return of the South American nation as a...

Brazillian Ambassador to UK

New Changing Lives through Research photography exhibition

The Changing Lives through Research photography exhibition captures images of research from across the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.

Changing Lives through Research photography exhibition

Professor Tim Hubbard announced as the next ELIXIR Director

Professor Tim Hubbard will be responsible for leading ELIXIR’s technical and scientific programmes

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The London and South Productivity Challenge

New briefing paper explores disparities within the region and how to address them

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Radiology AI MedTech company deepc joins MONAI

deepc, a leading MedTech company in radiology AI, has announced its strategic alignment, compatibility, and commitment towards MONAI, the Medical Open Network...

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2022 LeDeR report into the avoidable deaths of people with learning disabilities

The 2022 LeDeR report, which seeks to investigate and learn from the avoidable deaths of people with a learning disability in England, was published today.

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High altitude training shows promise for patients ahead of surgery

Simulated high altitude could help older patients at risk of health complications related to surgery, a new study has found.

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