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Medicine MBBS graduate awarded the prestigious Wellington Medal

The award recognises the student’s excellent academic achievements and contributions to King’s and their potential for the future.

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AI model predicts if breast cancer will spread based on lymph node changes

Artificial intelligence (AI) can predict if an aggressive type of breast cancer will spread based on changes in a patient’s lymph nodes.


£42m boost to mental health research announced by Office for Life Sciences

A new Mental Health Mission, announced today by the Office for Life Sciences, will provide £42.7m worth of funding for mental health research in the UK.

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Migration 'likely to fall in 2023' after record year

Net migration to the UK is “likely to be lower” in 2023 after hitting record levels last year, according to a King’s academic.


Vision for the future set out in new school strategy

A vision for how the School of Politics and Economics can build on its strengths and develop in the future will be set out at the launch of the school’s new...


'Look beneath the hood of AI'- Siddharth Khajuria and Professor Michael Luck in conversation

As two major exhibitions about artificial intelligence open at King’s, Professor Michael Luck, Director of the Institute for Artificial Intelligence and...

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King's Business School welcomes new cohort of Executive Fellows

Fellows' expertise and networks will help build new connections with the business community and beyond

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A local lens on children's social care

The London Borough of Lewisham’s responses to COVID-19 and its legacy

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Centre of European Law hosts EU Ambassador to the UK for King's students

The EU Ambassador to the UK Pedro Serrano, delivered the guest lecture entitled ‘The EU and the world’ on 16 March 2023, where he outlined the EU’s...

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Academic shares insights with global media amid political developments

A King’s academic shared his views with global media on a busy month of diplomatic and political activity for South Korea.


Targeting the tumour environment could improve immunotherapy responses for lymphoma patients, study reveals

Researchers have shown how the cancer lymphoma reprogrammes cells key to our immune responses, leading them to shift to immunosuppressive activity

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Construction law experts respond to second consultation on Arbitration Act reform

A high-level taskforce of practitioners and academic experts, led by Professor Renato Nazzini and Aleksander Kalisz of the Centre of Construction Law &...

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First death in the UK associated with Xylazine

The death of a 43-year-old male is the first in the UK to be associated with Xylazine and marks the entry of the drug into the UK drug supply.

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Saving memories and preserving futures from the Sudan crisis

On 30 May 2023, King’s College London will host an open forum on the current crisis in Sudan.

Hussein Shariffe on the set of his last, unfinished film

King's - Charles Wallace India Trust Visiting Fellowships open

A new biennial award will be made to an early to mid-career India-based scholar awarded by the Faculty of Arts & Humanities and the Global Cultures Institute...

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