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Dr Dilla Davis and Dr Agimol Pradeep BEM have won an award for their work to champion internationally trained nurses across the UK.
State of the art technology will provide students with a real world-like opportunities to practice and learn.
Dr Vitiello has joined the LIHE team as the Head of Clinical Translation and Governance ahead of the institute launching its inaugural acceleration programme...
Award celebrates the School’s efforts to promote and recognize gender equality and diversity
London economy forecast to remain strong at end of decade – but 'council of mayors' would give further boost, report says
The capital is in a strong position, though further devolution is key to its future success
The new platform could revolutionise drug delivery and detection of dangerous chemicals.
Students, academics, staff and visitors came together to discuss priorities for climate action ahead of this year’s COP28 meeting of world leaders.
African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) and King’s College London have signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) to proceed with a scoping study that will...
The Quad has been awarded ‘retrofit/refurbishment project of the year’ at the 2023 Building Awards
New research hub launched to explore the intersection of digital technologies, health and the environment
The SHADE research hub has been launched by the School of Global Affairs in partnership with the Ethox Centre in the Nuffield Department of Population Health,...
Dr Andrew Melbourne talks to us about his research, his students, and his new appointment as School Lead of the Development, Diversity and Inclusion Committee.
IoPPN scientists collaborate with bit.bio to develop multi-cell models of the human brain with optimised open-source protocols
bit.bio, the company coding human cells for novel cures, and the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience today announce a collaboration to build...
King's works in partnership with The Burdett Trust for Nursing and University of Edinburgh to educate nurse leaders of the future.
A new “one stop shop” Research Centre based at St Thomas’ hospital will work with industry and academic partners to develop new technologies, medical devices...
The first-of-its-kind exploratory study will examine how force impacts assembly for critical proteins in the body.