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Thursday 6th June 2019

Dark Matter exhibition now open at Science Gallery London

Dark Matter exhibition now open at Science Gallery London
Description
Dark Matter: 95% of the Universe is Missing is now open. The latest exhibition from Science Gallery at King's College London imagines the unseen and questions the invisible.
Date:
06 June 2019
Wednesday 29th May 2019

Changing the way we search for Dark Matter

Changing the way we search for Dark Matter
Description
You may have heard that 95% of the universe is missing. It's not truly missing but it is currently not directly detectable. This is what is known as dark energy and dark matter. For years scientists have been searching for dark matter and now a team at King's College London, collaborating with colleagues at the University of Cambridge, have come up with a novel way of thinking about dark matter and how to look for it.
Date:
29 May 2019
Monday 20th May 2019

Photons made to behave like electrons in a skyrmion structure

Photons made to behave like electrons in a skyrmion structure
Description
A team of researchers from the Department of Physics, King's College London, and the London Centre for Nanotechnology in the UK, and Shenzhen University in China, have discovered skyrmion structures made of photon spins for the first time.
Date:
20 May 2019
Friday 17th May 2019

Royal Society Wolfson Fellowships awarded to academic staff in Departments of Physics and Mathematics

Royal Society Wolfson Fellowships awarded to academic staff in Departments of Physics and Mathematics
Description
Two Royal Society Wolfson Fellowships have been awarded to academic staff in the Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences.
Date:
17 May 2019
Tuesday 2nd April 2019

In the footsteps of Rosalind Franklin

In the footsteps of Rosalind Franklin
Description
King's students will get the chance to follow in the footsteps of Rosalind Franklin and Maurice Wilkins when a new BSc/MSci Physics with Biophysics course launches in autumn 2019, bringing some of King's rich history in the subject to its undergraduate physics programmes.
Date:
02 April 2019
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