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Major breakthrough for severe asthma treatment

A landmark study led by a King's academic has shown that severe asthma can be controlled using biologic therapies, without the addition of regular high-dose...

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Arts must form an integral part of modern health and social care, report shows

The landmark Creative Health Review report was launched at Science Gallery London at King’s

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£4.8 million awarded to King's scientists to help find cure for type 1 diabetes

Two major research projects, led by Professor Shanta Persaud and Dr Aileen King, and Professor Francesca Spagnoli, Dr Rocio Sancho and Professor Molly Stevens...


King's partners with industry leader Arm and UK Electronics Skills Foundation to solve UK's semiconductor skills shortage

The Innovate UK sponsored alliance will seek to bridge the gap between engineering education and industry expectations.

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School showcases surgical micro-robots for National Engineering Day

Professor Christos Bergeles and his team from the School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences presented their Revitalize project for a National...

A researcher guiding a young participant through a VR surgical game at the event

King's lends expertise to new arts and mental health project

Medical Humanities researchers have partnered with Tamasha, a London-based theatre production company, on a new project designed to address ongoing mental...


King's delivers AI advice with Responsible AI UK

Academics from King’s are part of a leadership team making up Responsible AI UK (RAI UK) who are helping to drive cooperative action through supporting...

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Professor Mark Textor awarded AHRC-DFG research grant

Professor Mark Textor's project in collaboration with Professor Dolf Rami (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) will be funded by the AHRC-DFG grant.

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New Clinical Guidelines for the Diagnosis of Immediate-type Food Allergies are launched

The EAACI Guidelines on Food Allergy Diagnosis provides recommendations for best practice to reach an accurate diagnosis for immediate food allergies

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Law and the Climate Crisis: A Virtual Exhibition

A virtual exhibition entitled 'Law and the Climate Crisis' has been launched by The Dickson Poon School of Law’s LLM module 'Global Law of Climate Change’,...

In a cloudy back drop hints of a sunset are peeking through clouds which have generators with emissions coming out of them.

Call for Papers - Paper and Idea Development Workshop

We are inviting submissions for a paper and idea development workshop in celebration of the launch of the Centre for Sustainable Business at King’s Business...

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New review explores use of novel radiotracer in cancer imaging

Researchers from the School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences have published a new review examining the suitability of a novel radiotracer in...

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King's Global Health Partnerships launches online volunteer platform

On International Volunteer Day 2023, King's Global Health Partnerships launches a new online platform for health professionals interested in volunteering with...

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Odontodes: The Developmental and Evolutionary Building Blocks of Dentitions

Professor Moya Meredith Smith and Dr Aaron LeBlanc contribute to a newly published book on the odontode system.


Investigating the link between apical periodontitis and cardiovascular disease risk

Apical periodontitis – a chronic inflammatory disease of the periradicular tissues – is caused by the complex interactions between the root canal microbiota,...

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