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Academics share expert insights with delegation from Indonesian parliament

Academics from the Centre for British Government and Politics at King’s hosted a delegation of members from the Indonesian Parliament.


Conference to examine growing divide between global superpowers

An upcoming conference will examine the growing divide between China and the US and the emerging perception of a new Cold War.


More depressed patients than previously estimated could have increased activation of their immune system

New research from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College London has used an assessment of gene expression involved...

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Study finds poor understanding of state pension basics, with misconceptions commonplace

Some participants were unaware how much money it provides or what the "triple lock" is

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Giorgio Testanera appointed BNMS Council Member

Giorgio Testanera has been appointed as Council Member in the British Nuclear Medicine Society (BMNS) Groups of Trustee.

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One year of King's Volunteering

As we mark one year since the launch of King’s Volunteering, we look back at how students and staff have volunteered and celebrate their achievements.

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Room is Sad at London Design Biennale

Read more about this immersive experience inviting visitors to explore the relationship between identity, autonomy and privacy today.    

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Professor David Edwards receives James Spence Medal

Professor David Edwards has been awarded the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health’s (RCPCH) highest honour, the James Spence Medal for 2023.

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Major project will help governments better co-ordinate pandemic responses

A King’s academic will be working as part of a major new project that will aim to better prepare governments for future pandemics.


Student-led podcast puts focus on disability

A King’s student is the new host of a podcast which focusses on the issues facing disabled and neurodivergent people in academia and the working world.

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“When theorists ask something you don't know, try something new” - Nobel laureate inspires at annual Higgs Lecture

Professor David Gross was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 2004 for seminal contributions to theoretical and particle physics

Professor Malcolm Fairbairn (L) and Professor David Gross (R) at the Annual Higgs Lecture 2023

King's researchers highlight impact of war on radiotherapy in Ukraine

King’s researchers assess the state of radiotherapy care in Ukraine following the invasion of Russia, describing the problems created by the invasion and...


New study compares workplace-residence systems in China and India as a form of migrant labour control

Research explores the strategies employed in China and India for controlling migrant labour through workplace-residence systems.

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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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