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3 Minute Thinking

Bite-sized videos on curious topics
from King's academics

    • Class startersUseful resources for teachers to help engage your students.
    • Biological weaponsHow does biology pose security threats? Dr Filippa Lentzos explores this issue.
    • Beyond geneticsDr Chloe Wong asks: what makes identical twins different?
    • Pigs and seaweedCan pigs and seaweed cure diabetes? Dr Aileen King explores this issue.
    • History of British lawDoes the UK need a written constitution? Professor Robert Blackburn discusses.
    • Nursing and compassionProfessor Anne Marie Rafferty asks if nurses have lost their compassion.
    • Horse meat and the mediaDr Emily Dawson discusses society's access to media in relation to the horse meat scandal.
    • London and GermanyBen Schofield asks: is London the culture capital of Germany?
    • Spit!What does your saliva say about you? Professor Gordon Proctor explains.
    • Artificial intelligenceDr Sanjay Modgil imagines a future full of new technology.
    • Social medicineProfessor Nikolas Rose questions why inequalities exist in global healthcare.
    • The horizon problemDr Malcolm Fairbairn takes us back to the birth of the universe.
    • Fish in the SaharaProfessor Nick Drake discusses the green Sahara and human migration.
    • Eating disordersIs bulimia contagious? Professor Ulrike Schmidt investigates.

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