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Exchanging ideas on key climate actions needed at COP28

Students, academics, staff and visitors came together to discuss priorities for climate action ahead of this year’s COP28 meeting of world leaders.

Panel and audience at the SSPP COP28 event Nov 2023

New partnership to deliver medical excellence in Nigeria

African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) and King’s College London have signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) to proceed with a scoping study that will...

The MoA being signed by representatives from King's and Afreximbank

King's new home for engineering wins Building Award

The Quad has been awarded ‘retrofit/refurbishment project of the year’ at the 2023 Building Awards

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New research hub launched to explore the intersection of digital technologies, health and the environment

The SHADE research hub has been launched by the School of Global Affairs in partnership with the Ethox Centre in the Nuffield Department of Population Health,...


In Conversation with Dr Andrew Melbourne

Dr Andrew Melbourne talks to us about his research, his students, and his new appointment as School Lead of the Development, Diversity and Inclusion Committee.

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IoPPN scientists collaborate with to develop multi-cell models of the human brain with optimised open-source protocols, the company coding human cells for novel cures, and the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience today announce a collaboration to build...

Professor Deepak Srivastava and Dr Anthony Vernon standing in front of a big picture of a neuron

Postgraduate Nursing Scholarships

King's works in partnership with The Burdett Trust for Nursing and University of Edinburgh to educate nurse leaders of the future.

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New HealthTech Research Centre focuses on cardiovascular and respiratory medicine

A new “one stop shop” Research Centre based at St Thomas’ hospital will work with industry and academic partners to develop new technologies, medical devices...

HRC Heart and Lungs

Fundamental research into proteins in the cell membrane scoops BBSRC Pioneer Award

The first-of-its-kind exploratory study will examine how force impacts assembly for critical proteins in the body.

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Dr Katherine Schofield appointed as RHS Fellow

Head of the Department of Music, Katherine Schofield is awarded Fellowship by the Royal Historical Society.

Katherine Schofield

Wonderful interactive creatures come to the Strand this January

Approach, touch and interact with giant soft robots in a free, outdoor experience like no other, inspired by a collaboration with King's robotics research

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RAF needs to adapt as world becomes more unstable, says Chief of the Air Staff

Air Chief Marshal Sir Richard Knighton, speaking at a recent event at King’s, stated that the RAF needs to be "ready to do more" to combat future adversaries...

Air Chief Marshal Sir Richard Knighton

King's researchers comment on the outcomes of the UK AI Safety Summit

Members of the King’s Institute for AI community share thoughts on the AI Safety Summit outcomes

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Laundry cycle demo reveals extensive textile fibre shedding

King’s has hosted the UK’s public first demonstration of fibre fragmentation, highlighting the extent to which textile fibres shed from fabric during a...

IMPACT+ demonstration

King's Centre for Military Health Research and Forces in Mind Trust Research Centre host Australian Minister of Veterans' Affairs

Australian government delegation met with centres' researchers to hear about the ongoing work and support for veterans.

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