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Study shows advanced staged cancer patients value quality of life up to three times more than survival

Researchers found patients assigned significantly higher value to palliative care services supporting physical functioning and pain management

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New exhibition will explore challenges and opportunities of emerging technologies

King’s Culture and the Digital Futures Institute present 'Seeking Connection: Living Well with Technology'

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New research shows how companies could be gaming their reported greenhouse gas emissions

Team make five policy recommendations to prevent gaming undermining effectiveness of climate finance

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TwinsUK wins multi-million-pound award for resilience research

TwinsUK has received a multi-million pound award to study resilience in health and ageing, in Wellcome Leap’s Dynamic Resilience program, jointly funded by...


Freeman Air and Space Institute marks three-year anniversary

The Freeman Air and Space Institute, based in the School of Security Studies, celebrates three years since its inaugural launch.

The Freeman Air and Space Institute team smile for a group photograph in front of the London skyline.



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Black History Month 2023

October marks Black History Month and the theme for 2023 is “Saluting Our Sisters”.

Black History Month 2023

Minister's visit to King's marks historic anniversary

King’s College London welcomed the Minister of Foreign Affairs for the Republic of Korea, Park Jin, for a roundtable discussion to mark the 140th anniversary...


Purple plaque honours nurse & entrepreneur, Andreia Trigo

Andreia Trigo has been recognised by Innovate UK as a leading female entrepreneur

Rhianna John, Andreia Trigo, Julia Mingay and Professor Mary Malone

King's engineer partners with British Council to develop hands-on learning at overseas universities

The project led by Dr Tabbi Awotwe aims to equip graduates with the skills needed to tackle engineering challenges to further net zero

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Why should businesses report data on the UN's Sustainable Development Goals?

Launch of new report during UN General Assembly meeting

Dr Robyn-Klingler-Vidra, wearing a red suit sits in front of a table with four other panellists at an event

A Mentally Healthier Nation: support from ESRC Centre for Society and Mental Health

The new ‘A Mentally Healthier Nation’ report by the Centre for Mental Health has called for cross-cutting policy to increasing mental health. The report’s...

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Professor Tim Hubbard appointed to prestigious WHO Technical Advisory Group

Professor Tim Hubbard has become one of fifteen appointees to the new Technical Advisory Group (TAG) on Genomics.

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Leucid Bio gains clinical trial approval for new CAR-T Cell Therapy

The King’s spin-out will dose its first patients by the end of 2023 in order to test its new CAR-T Cell Therapy, designed for the treatment of adults with...

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Study shows that Basophil Activation Test (BAT) is key for predicting allergic reactions

Researchers have found that BAT was the best biomarker to predict severity and threshold of allergic reactions to eggs

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