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Starting in September 2024, the undergraduate degree aims to empower students to solve major societal challenges at the interface of scientific disciplines
From fortune-telling with ChatGPT to the cybersecurity of fairy tales, King’s academics showcased their latest research and demonstrations in physics,...
Academics joined over thirty teachers from across state schools in London to enrich their maths learning
Professor Rachel Bearon has been appointed as the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Natural, Mathematical & Engineering Sciences (NMES) at King’s from 1...
“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
Explore the latest developments in artificial intelligence at this five-day festival at King's College London.
The academics awarded over £2 million from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
Mathematics alumnus wins King's Outstanding Thesis Prize for multidimensional data and Multiscaling time series research
Dr Giuseppe Brandi’s research investigates data-driven techniques to uncovering hidden information within economic and financial datasets
The researchers presented to MPs at the prestigious STEM for Britain competition
The new course kicks off in September 2023 for postgraduate students with strong mathematical research backgrounds.
Researchers found that technology using Machine Learning performed no better than simply asking people to report their symptoms
Dr Petr Kravchuk and Dr Benjamin Krause received the funding to further their cutting-edge research
King's academics, teaching staff and alumni have been recognised in the 2023 New Year Honours List.
Professor Benjamin Doyon received the 2022 John William Strutt, Lord Rayleigh Medal and Prize