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Photo Exhibition: Humans of Calais

Photo Exhibition: Humans of Calais
Date
11th November 2016 (17:00) - 31st March 2017 (17:00)
Location
War Studies Meeting Room (K. 6.07)
Description
This photo exhibition of daily life in the refugee camp in Calais is the result of the research project 'Humans of Calais' by four King's MA Students based in the Department of War Studies.

The Age of the Beard

Date
18th November 2016 (10:00) - 30th April 2017 (17:00)
Location
Florence Nightingale Museum 2 Lambeth Palace Road London SE1 7EW
Description
The Florence Nightingale Museum attempts to unravel the astonishing appeal of mutton chops, goatees and the most flamboyant of moustaches with a photographic exhibition and season of special events dedicated to the Great British Beard. What is a Soup Strainer? Or a Thigh Tickler? Find out at the Florence Nightingale Museum this winter – if you dare.

Revolution exhibition

Revolution exhibition
Date
30th January (09:30) - 20th May 2017 (17:00)
Description
Information about the 2017 exhibition in the Weston Room at the Maughan Library, entitled: Revolution!

A family Easter at the Florence Nightingale Museum

A family Easter at the Florence Nightingale Museum
Date
3rd February (11:30) - 12th April 2017 (16:00)
Location
Florence Nightingale Museum 2 Lambeth Palace Road London SE1 7EW
Description
This Easter Holidays, join us at the Florence Nightingale Museum, for a variety of family events all inspired by the life of Florence Nightingale. Make your own Easter bonnet on 5 April, or see history come to life and meet Miss Nightingale during one of our actor interpreter performances.

Climate Law & Governance Armchair Sessions: Jon Kyl

Climate Law & Governance Armchair Sessions: Jon Kyl
Date
23rd March 2017 (13:00-14:30)
Location
SW1.18 (Somerset House East Wing) Strand Campus
Description
In this seminar, US Senator Jon Kyl will focus on three US case studies of efforts to assure adequate water supplies.

'Precious Relics': Hair Jewellery and the Victorians

Date
23rd March 2017 (18:00-21:00)
Location
Florence Nightingale Museum 2 Lambeth Palace Road London SE1 7EW
Description
An evening Talk at the Florence Nightingale Museum. The zeal with which men adopted beards and whiskers in the 19th century is surely matched by the Victorians' enthusiasm for wearing jewellery containing human hair. Everyone, it seems - from Queen Victoria herself to Florence Nightingale and the serving men of the Crimea - understood the 'sacred worth' of a lock of hair from the head of a loved one.

Inspiring Women Reflect: leadership & cultural change

Date
23rd March 2017 (18:30-21:00)
Location
King's College London - Strand Campus
Description
Carolyn Taylor & Ann Sherry AO in conversation with The Hon Ros Kelly AO about leadership and corporate cultural change.

Manipulating brain connectivity by using model-guided, transcranial electrical stimulation

Manipulating brain connectivity by using model-guided, transcranial electrical stimulation
Date
24th March 2017 (13:00-14:00)
Location
Denmark Hill Campus, IoPPN Main Building, Seminar Room 4
Description
Sleep and Brain Plasticity Centre's team are pleased to introduce Dr Alekseichuk (University of Gottingen) who will during his talk explore interconnections between the network properties on different spatiotemporal scales, and their relationships with the high-level functions, brain state, and behaviour.

Festival of Science

Festival of Science
Date
25th March 2017 (10:00-14:00)
Location
Great Hall King's Building Strand Campus
Description
We are excited to invite you to the Second Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences Festival of Science.

ROS and Mitochondria in Nervous System Function and Disease

ROS and Mitochondria in Nervous System Function and Disease
Date
27th (09:00) - 29th March 2017 (18:00)
Location
Charles Darwin House 12 Roger Street London WC1N 2JU
Description
A Biochemical Society focused meeting exploring how the roles of ROS and mitochondria intersect in neuronal signal transduction, the underlying biochemical processes and how these mechanisms modulate neuronal function.
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