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Our research tackles global issues and adds value to the UK economy
At King’s, we define impact as the demonstrable contribution that excellent research makes to society and the economy, or benefit to individuals, organisations and nations. This occurs in many ways – through creating and sharing new knowledge and innovation; inventing ground-breaking new products, companies and jobs; developing new and improving existing public services and policy; enhancing quality of life and health; and many more. Our research stimulates creative possibilities by exploring our understanding of identity, cultures and society. In doing so, we help local, national and international communities lead healthier and happier lives and make the planet safer, fairer, and cleaner by influencing policy and practice.
Supporting researchers to maximise the impact of their work
Mobilising King’s research and expertise to respond to the climate crisis
Find out more about the economic impact of King's research
Enhancing the quality and relevance of King’s research to society
Collaborating for economic and social impact
Impact within King’s faculties
How the arts and humanities can answer society’s big questions
Addressing business and societal challenges
Scientific and clinical research, advancing treatments and therapies
Exploring the role of law in solving today’s global problems
Translating scientific insights to interventions, to benefit patients
Translation and adoption of research innovation into clinical practice
Understanding our universe at all scales to change it for the better
Applied clinical and health research, improving patient outcomes and care
Advancing scholarship on social, ethical and political issues of our time
Research impact stories
Over the past decade, King’s researchers have navigated the delicate but...
Cigarettes kill over half of their long-term users. The World Health...
October 2022 marks the 10th anniversary of Julia Gillard’s famous speech...
The origin, or 'provenance' of data is important to gaining trust in...