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Full house at 10th edition of IoPPN Research Festival

The Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) celebrated its 10th Research Festival in a packed Wolfson Lecture Theatre. This year's...

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Study uncovers how B cells react to skin cancer

A new study that sheds light on how B cells react to skin cancer cells could pave the way for innovative therapy design.

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King's hosts Wargaming Week with NATO ACT

Wargaming enthusiasts and researchers from around the world gathered at 'Wargaming Week 2023' to promote the expansion and democratisation of wargaming as a...


Cuddly 'Purrble' robot visits No. 10 as King's celebrates design exhibition

Design-led research was presented to the Secretary of State for Culture at Downing Street, as the university celebrated the 'Seeking Connection' research...

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The Centre for International Governance and Dispute Resolution officially opens.

The Dickson Poon School of Law announces the official opening of the Centre for International Governance and Dispute Resolution (CIGAD).

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Decolonising Language Teaching: project latest

The latest news from the Decolonising Language Teaching project.


Academic to present report on major reforms to Ukrainian MPs

A report looking at how policymakers in Ukraine can reform and rebuild the country’s tax system and citizens’ attitudes towards tax collection when the war...


King's President & Principal to Chair Free Speech and Academic Freedom Advisory Group

Professor Shitij Kapur, President & Principal of King’s College London will Chair Universities UK’s (UUK) Free Speech and Academic Freedom Advisory Group.

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New mechanism described for muscle contraction

A new publication from King's researchers describes a new mechanism required for muscle contraction, which could have important implications for understanding...

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UK public among most trusting in world, study finds

The UK public is one of the most trusting populations globally


How product design thinking can help to design your life

The King’s Business School is adopting progressive new methodologies for helping students on its Executive MBA and International Management MSc courses, which...

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Molecular imaging tool identified for patients at risk of myocarditis

Researchers across King’s College London, the Royal Brompton Hospital and Guy’s Cancer centre have worked collaboratively to identify a non-invasive molecular...

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Obituaries 2023

Obituaries received from your fellow alumni.


Gloria's Law: meeting with MPs and campaign groups at Portcullis House

A bill was introduced in the House of Commons today to make visiting care settings a legal right.

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King's PhD students host workshop on military innovation

PhD students from the School of Security Studies brought together senior scholars and policymakers for a two-day workshop on military innovation.

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