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It’s a distraction to focus on success of individual women leaders during Covid
Lower exposure to PM2.5 can decrease behavioural problems in adolescents
Exploring wildfire through art
Conference draws an audience of 100s to reflect on Franco Prussian War
Research into COVID-19 in South Asian communities in UK and India given UKRI funding
Scotland most negative about UK’s Covid response and Boris Johnson’s handling of pandemic
Limit global warming to 1.5°C and halve land ice contribution to sea level this century
Researchers investigate use of COVID-19 vaccines for cancer patients across globe
Business Forum launched to improve productivity across London and South as part of a national network
First patient scanned on 7T scanner
Postcode lottery access to schizophrenia drug puts patients at risk
“Your Health is Our Health” – Race to 2021
One in five will have vaccine resentment over summer holidays, while three
Researchers investigate mental health disorder research in countries of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation
IoPPN researcher wins £1.8m ERC grant to study engineered neurogenesis for brain repair
Childhood Air Pollution Exposure Linked to Poor Mental Health at Age 18
Only one in four people experience mild systemic side effects from COVID-19 vaccines
Preference for AZ vaccine declines – but vaccine confidence undented
Increase in stroke mortality in people with COVID-19 during first lockdown
Researchers to investigate COVID-19 vaccine uptake in minority ethnic groups in UK
Aftermath of ANZAC: Memorialising First World War
Three year focus on multimorbidity in South London highlights inequality
New guidance to curb global financing of WMD
King’s x Somerset House Studios: A New Chapter
Centre for Construction Law plays a key role in launch of a construction skills hub
Researchers propose new metric for early identification of anatomical changes in heart related to hypertension
What does Britain’s new Cyber Force mean for future of cyber security?
King’s ranked 11th in world for social and environmental impact
Fixing Glitch: time to take a public health approach to tackling Online Abuse
King’s team win awards at Day of Crisis Moot Competition
New DID Outstanding Teaching Award
Academics provide research evidence to Cabinet Office COVID-19 TaskForce
Researchers investigate leaf extract as an effective anti-malarial medicine
Social Status calculator shows what “class” you would have been in Shakespeare’s Time
Mathematical technique creates synthetic hearts to identify how heart shape is possibly linked to disease
Cellular “hotspots” in brain may signify earliest signs of cancer
False sense of flexible working is risk for parents and carers – new report
Planned caesarean births less likely in first lockdown
Mathematical technique creates synthetic hearts to identify how heart shape is possible linked to disease
King’s start-ups recognised for entrepreneurial resilience and recovery
New research reveals why some of us are hungry all time
Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy linked to reliance on social media and voting for Trump
Covid vaccines: passports, blood clots and changing trust in government
Adequate use of direct employment key to maintaining skills base in many industries
ART-CARMA Clinical Study part of 6m Euro global programme
Research shows end of life care was not seen as an essential, frontline service in pandemic
Antiparasitic drug could prevent Covid-19 lung damage
King’s working with artists and startups to tackle online misinformation