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Never at Sea: an exhibition about forced migration and climate crisis

New exhibition exploring the intersection between forced migration, climate change and women’s experiences opens on 21 June at St Mary le Strand Church.

The image shows four people at sea in a boat.

The 2022-23 King's Distinguished Alumni Award winners announced

Each year, members of the King’s alumni community are nominated to receive a Distinguished Alumni Award to recognise their outstanding achievements since...

Alumni and staff gather in the Hall at King's for 2022's Distinguished Alumni Awards event - tables are adorned with flowers, and Principal Shitij Kapur stands on the stage speaking

One year of King's Volunteering

As we mark one year since the launch of King’s Volunteering, we look back at how students and staff have volunteered and celebrate their achievements.

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Room is Sad at London Design Biennale

Read more about this immersive experience inviting visitors to explore the relationship between identity, autonomy and privacy today.    

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'Look beneath the hood of AI'- Siddharth Khajuria and Professor Michael Luck in conversation

As two major exhibitions about artificial intelligence open at King’s, Professor Michael Luck, Director of the Institute for Artificial Intelligence and...

Sidd and Michael - AI In Conversation

Saving memories and preserving futures from the Sudan crisis

On 30 May 2023, King’s College London will host an open forum on the current crisis in Sudan.

Hussein Shariffe on the set of his last, unfinished film

King's - Charles Wallace India Trust Visiting Fellowships open

A new biennial award will be made to an early to mid-career India-based scholar awarded by the Faculty of Arts & Humanities and the Global Cultures Institute...

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GLoW3 to showcase women, non-binary and trans artists

The GLoW3 artist’s programme seeks applications from artists working at the cutting-edge of emerging Web 3.0 technologies to produce and present a new artwork...

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Stefan Bauer elected to Academia Europaea

Dr Stefan Bauer has been elected as a new member of Academia Europaea, a European association for leading experts in science, education, and research.

The image shows Dr Stefan Bauer during a lecture at King's College London.

Sentinels at London Design Biennale

Learn about the communication gaps technology has yet to bridge in Sentinels, a story of a Colombian court judgment intended to protect the Amazon rainforest...

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Decoding Difference at London Design Biennale

Find out more about this sound and light installation using data that was captured in real-time reflecting changes the artist’s blood glucose levels and...

Artist’s sketch of the Decoding Difference installation. Credit Zoe Partington-Beck.

King's academics to share research insights at pubs, cafés at the Pint of Science festival

Teams from across King’s are delivering talks, demonstrations and live experiments at the renowned public science festival.

Geography staff presenting at a Pint of Science event

Deloneliness at London Design Biennale

Learn about the pioneering design of a smart system with wearable products that measure and combat loneliness in older adults.

images detailing process of human centred design of wearables and connections to healthcare

Particle Shrine at London Design Biennale

Read more about how this installation uses live data from cosmic ray detectors and from the Super-Kamiokande neutrino observatory in Japan to transform...

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Dr Rosa Andújar awarded British Academy Fellowship

Senior Lecturer in Liberal Arts awarded Mid-Career Fellowship.

Rosa Andujar
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