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The impact of colourism on people and societies around the world

A new podcast episode looks at how colourism affects people and their life chances, and how research is helping to fill the gaps in our knowledge around this...

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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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2023 Surgery Commission offers solutions to improve cancer surgery outcomes

King’s academics have collaborated with researchers, doctors and surgeons to make eight recommendations to help improve cancer surgery outcomes across the...

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Scoring Mental Health: two musical performances in South London to rethink the sound of mental illness

Artists, musicians, experts by experience and researchers will create musical representations of mental health conditions in two November performances at the...

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Connecting & Innovating: Change our City Challenge 2023

35 students from across King's collaborate in diverse teams to solve some of London's biggest problems.

Students at Change our City Challenge 2023.

King's student selected for prestigious Future Energy Leaders Programme

Efsane Erdoğan, a third year PhD student and visiting lecturer at The Dickson Poon School of Law, has been selected as a Future Energy Leader as part of the...

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Cost-of-living crisis is worsening the mental health of most vulnerable

Three out of five Britons (60%) report that the cost-of-living crisis is negatively impacting their mental health, to the extent that as many as a quarter...

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Remote consultations improve access to healthcare in Nigeria and Tanzania

Remote consultations can improve access to healthcare in low- and middle-income countries.

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Progress on poverty reduction falling short of UN's Global Goals

Bleak projections predict extreme poverty is on the rise in low-income countries and UN targets will be missed

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King's Legal Clinic evaluates impact of successful cross-cultural module in India visit

A year since the King’s Legal Clinic launched the Transitional Remedies in Environmental Harm module, the King's Legal Clinic and their Indian partners met in...

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What does it mean to do critical research and engage with 21st century challenges? King's researchers give answers in new podcast

‘It’s Just Research - Critically questioning the world we live in’ is a new podcast made by researchers, with researchers, for researchers, and anyone keen to...

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King's researchers develop new approach to attract diverse recruitment in research studies

Researchers at King’s College London have developed a new approach to research study recruitment, called the ‘King’s Model’ to attract people from diverse...

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Homelessness and social work education

Karl Mason discussed emerging findings from a NIHR School for Social Care Research study

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London Demo Day returns to King's, celebrating the city's entrepreneurial talent

Entrepreneurs from Imperial, King’s College London, London School of Economics (LSE) and UCL pitched their start-ups to investors at this year’s London Demo...

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King's students work with London council to evaluate health programmes

Global Health & Social Medicine BSc students applied their health research skills through a paid consultancy with the Lambeth Council.

GHSM undergraduate students completed a paid consultancy with Lambeth council_Summer 2023


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