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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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King's researchers develop new approach to attract diverse recruitment in research studies

Researchers at King’s College London have developed a new approach to research study recruitment, called the ‘King’s Model’ to attract people from diverse...

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King's rated among top universities for excellence in teaching and graduate employment

King’s College London has been awarded a Silver rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) 2023, with a Gold rating for its graduate employment rates...

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New study finds that microfinance is exacerbating climate precarity and harm in Cambodia

The paper, co-authored by King’s academics, critically examines green finance and ways microfinance contributes to climate precarity and harm for farmers in...

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Student mental health problems have almost tripled, study finds

Around one in six undergraduates now report experiencing mental health challenges

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Impulsivity-linked genes identified in epilepsy

International large-scale genetic screening identified SLCO5A1 and “synapse assembly” genes associated to elevated impulsivity in adolescent-onset epilepsy.


King's hosts workshop to explore stories of youth work in the UK and Japan

A full-day workshop at King’s College London brought together researchers and youth workers from across Japan and the UK to discuss the need for reflective...

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Focus on women, power and gender to transform cancer care, says Lancet report

The new report, co-authored by a King’s academic, says that cancer in women is overlooked despite being among top three causes of premature death in women...

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King's ranks among top universities for knowledge exchange for third year running

King’s College London has again ranked among the top English universities in this year’s Knowledge Exchange Framework results.

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New tool to streamline prescribing of antidepressants

A new web tool has been designed by researchers at King's College London and the University of Oxfordto simplify the prescription of antidepressant and...

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New tool that helps prioritise care for diabetes patients in hospital wins award

New research led by Dr Janaka Karalliedde to provide an informatics tool to identify people with diabetes that need most urgent care was recognised with a...


Professor Kate Tchanturia elected President of the Eating Disorders Research Society

Professor Tchanturia has been elected as President to the prestigious international Eating Disorders Research Society (EDRS), the largest international...

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King's engineer awarded Horizon Europe grant to build connected future for healthcare and smart cities

The AI-powered computing infrastructure could support wide scale improvements in healthcare and traffic safety


BDA Clinician's Guide "Cone Beam CT in Dentistry" authored by King's Programme Director

A British Dental Association Clinician's Guide, "Cone Beam CT in Dentistry: An Atlas for Dentists and Medical Radiologists" has been published.

Dr Suk Ng with her book Cone Beam CT in Dentistry: An Atlas for Dentists and Medical Radiologists

New software detects money laundering faster than ever before

The tool can isolate suspicious and potential criminal behaviour three times more effectively than conventional methods.



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