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King's led Multiple Sclerosis fatigue app part of government's £10m medtech investment

A digital therapy developed by researchers at King’s College London and Avegen, is one of eight innovative technologies to receive support from the government...

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King's Global Health Partnerships launches new health partnership with The Gambia

King’s Global Health Partnerships is delighted to announce an ambitious new partnership in The Gambia, adding to our well-established health partnerships in...

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King's experts unite to fight LGBTQ+ health inequalities

A 'supergroup’ of experts from across the University are pooling their knowledge and resources to help establish King’s as a global centre of research...

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Understanding early effects of psoriasis drug offers potential for personalised treatment

Academic researchers from King’s College London have investigated the early effects of an immunosuppressant drug, which could help clinicians with future...

A dermatologist wearing gloves examines the skin of a sick patient.

Pioneering link between census data and electronic mental health records

King’s College London researchers are the first research team in England, to link electronic mental healthcare records to census data, at an individual level.

Data Linkage mental health and census

Mood interventions may reduce inflammation in Crohn's and Colitis

New King’s College London research reveals that interventions which improve mood can reduce levels of inflammation in people with inflammatory bowel disease...

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Immune cell helps predict skin cancer patients chances of responding to treatment

A type of immune cell can help predict which patients may benefit most from cancer immunotherapies, researchers from King’s College London, Guy’s and St...

Gamma delta T cells: staying awake when others T cells have gone to sleep

Developing A New Wave Of Soft Robots

The Department of Engineering has been working in collaboration with Air Giants.

Dr Oya Celiktutan (centre) with King’s students Jeffrey Chong, Theodore Lamarche and Bowen Liu and Sprout the robot

King's achieves first-class sustainability ranking

King’s placed fifth in the UK in rankings from People & Planet

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Impact on a local, national, and global scale: King's publishes report highlighting contributions towards UN's Sustainable Development Goals

The report details some of the diverse ways King’s work aligns with the SDGs to support the global effort to build a better world.

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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...

KSLP volunteer lab

High altitude training shows promise for patients ahead of surgery

Simulated high altitude could help older patients at risk of health complications related to surgery, a new study has found.

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New partnership to deliver medical excellence in Nigeria

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 MoA being signed by representatives from King's and Afreximbank

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,...

SHADE hub

Idea Factory Competition returns with Open Pitch Night

A new event format saw 34 teams from across King’s College London pitch their early-stage ideas.

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