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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.


Lord O'Shaughnessy visits King's College London and the NIHR King's Clinical Research Facility

Lord O’Shaughnessy, Former Health Minister and Senior Partner at consultancy firm Newmarket Strategy visited IoPPN and the NIHR King's Clinical Research...

Lord O’Shaughnessy with King's College academics

Back to (Hospital of) the Future: New Scientist Live 2023

The School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences is headed back to New Scientist Live with their award-winning exhibit, Hospital of the Future.

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King's Libraries welcomes Spanish Ambassador to launch of new exhibition

King’s Libraries welcomed guests, including the Spanish ambassador to the UK, His Excellency Mr José Pascual Marco Martínez, to the launch of a new King’s...

King's Libraries welcomes Spanish Ambassador to launch of new exhibition3

Head of Department of Engineering, Professor Barbara Shollock, elected Fellow of Royal Academy of Engineering

Professor Barbara Shollock will join a community of eminent engineers in their mission to build a sustainable society through engineering.


King's brings experts together to discuss the geopolitical impact of the War in Ukraine

The School of Security Studies at King's College London hosted the 60th Conflict Research Society Conference, an annual event that brings together experts to...

Unravelling Russia's War

New artificial intelligence tool automates analysis of large-scale cardiac scan databases

King’s researchers have proposed and validated the first start-to-end pipeline for fully automated analysis of large, unstructured clinical and research...

AI cardiac look and feel

Homelessness and social work education

Karl Mason discussed emerging findings from a NIHR School for Social Care Research study

Slide for a presentation on homelessness

At the September Margaret Butterworth Care Home Forum

Topics were: Care Homes Independent Pharmacist Prescribing Study and the national VIVALDI study

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The UK's oldest students' union turns 150

King’s College London Students’ Union (KCLSU) celebrates its 150th birthday this year.

Brochures to celebrate KCLSU 150th birthday

Russia evading sanctions thanks to 'shadow trade deals'

New research has shed light on how Russia is evading international sanctions with help from neighbouring countries and the “implicit approval” of producers in...

Public protest with placards calling for sanctions against Russia

Clinical trial recommends methotrexate for children with severe atopic dermatitis

Findings from a clinical trial has recommended methotrexate for children with severe atopic dermatitis.

A close up of kid's hand with allergic rash or eczema

King's hosts the Centre for Ecology & Evolution symposium

The symposium was an opportunity for ecologists and evolutionary biologists from across London to share their research on the topic 'Climate change and...

Centre for Ecology & Evolution symposium 2023, Bush House

Concerns over the quality and effectiveness of counter-terrorism training for UK public places

There is little evidence that counter-terrorism training for staff in crowded places in Britain is effective with the current approach seeming to be “quantity...

Sign showing counterterrorism response level

Banzeiro Okoto - the Amazon as the Centre of the World

Award winning Brazilian journalist Eliane Brum discussed her new book "Banzeiro Okoto - the Amazon as the Centre of the World" with the Transnational Law...

Octavio Ferraz and Eliane Brum


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