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Student-led podcast puts focus on disability

A King’s student is the new host of a podcast which focusses on the issues facing disabled and neurodivergent people in academia and the working world.

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Day 2: The London Defence Conference, hosted by King's

Chair of the London Defence Conference, Lord Salisbury welcomed attendees to the second day of insight from policymakers, military experts and academics on...

Professor ‘Funmi Olonisakin, Vice President (International, Engagement & Service) at King’s College London

Remembering Emerita Professor Alice Coleman

The late Emerita Professor was a pioneer in land use planning and urban regeneration – and had a huge influence on the design of residential developments in...

Alice Coleman

Day 1: The London Defence Conference, hosted by King's

Security and defence experts and leading political figures from around the world are attending a major two-day conference at King’s, discussing how to better...

Shitij Kapur at London Defence Conference

"We're not going away" Rishi Sunak warns Putin at King's conference

The Prime Minister has warned Russia that the UK and other allies are “not going away” at the London Defence Conference hosted by King’s School of Security...

Rishi Sunak at Defence Conference

King's academic puts identity at the heart of teacher education in new book

The director of the PGCE English programme at King's argues against the current narrow view of accountability of education and in favour of teachers and...

Identity book cover

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.

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...

image from particle shrine exhibit with girl taking photo

Purrble at London Design Biennale

Find out more about this smart toy designed to guide emotion regulation for young people struggling with their mental health.


Election success for student shows that every vote counts

A King’s student proved that every vote really does count at the local elections as he won his seat by the narrowest of margins.

Tushar Kumar

New charity donation points on campus make it easier for students and staff to donate items

King’s students and staff can now donate items directly to partner charities, thanks to King’s Volunteering’s new Donation Stations on campus. The first...

A photo of a donation station in the Bush House Arcade

Education once again a top priority in Brazil, minister tells King's event

The Brazilian Minister of Education was among guests speaking on education at a recent seminar at King’s.

Writing tablet chairs set up in exam style

King's Vice President for Research & Innovation, Professor Bashir M. Al-Hashimi, elected Fellow of the Royal Society

Professor Al-Hashimi was nominated for his pioneering work on semiconductor chips and energy-efficient computation.

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Progress on The Pears Maudsley Centre for Children and Young People

By this time next year, our new, world-leading Pears Maudsley Centre will be open. It will combine the very best mental health clinical support, pioneering...

An artistic impression of the Pears-Maudsley building exterior.

Visit to exhibition 'informative and fascinating' for students

A group of students from the Department of European and International Studies enjoyed a visit to a new exhibition focussed on Korean culture.

Students chatting in a lecture theater


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