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Researchers at King’s are looking into the effects early interventions in pregnancy can have on the long-term health and body fat mass of both mother and baby. #spotlightkings

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Researchers at Kings are looking into the effects early interventions in pregnancy

Ensuring healthy lives for mothers and babies beyond pregnancy

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King's College London
04/21/2017 at 15:25. Facebook
With over 30 million tourists heading to London each year, a new app developed by a King's student, aims to help guide those visiting the UK’s capital, using innovative new technology. #spotlightkings

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With over 30 million tourists heading to London each year a new

App guides tourists around London with augmented reality

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King's College London
King's College London
04/20/2017 at 16:02. Facebook
Knickers for Dunkirk raised money to provide fresh underwear to women in Dunkirk's refugee camps, where poor hygiene and sanitation led to a number of health problems. Find out more #spotlightkings [ Kcl.ac.uk Link ]
Knickers for Dunkirk raised money to provide fresh underwear to women in

Knickers for Dunkirk - giving dignity back to women refugees

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King's College London
King's College London
04/20/2017 at 12:51. Facebook
People who have a severe fear of the dentist are more likely to have tooth decay or missing teeth, according to a new study from King’s College London.

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People who have a severe fear of the dentist are more likely

King's College London - Phobia of dentists leads to more decay and tooth loss, new study finds

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Central London Plumbers
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King's College London
King's College London
04/19/2017 at 17:40. Facebook
Which parts of your face are most controlled by your genes? #spotlightkings [ Ow.ly Link ]
Which parts of your face are most controlled by your genes spotlightkings

Which parts of your face are most controlled by genetics?

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Naureen Zahid
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Vijayendra S Yadav
King's College London
King's College London
04/19/2017 at 14:35. Facebook
Knickers for Dunkirk raised money to provide fresh underwear to women in Dunkirk's refugee camps, where poor hygiene and sanitation led to a number of health problems. Find out more #spotlightkings [ Kcl.ac.uk Link ]
Knickers for Dunkirk raised money to provide fresh underwear to women in

Knickers for Dunkirk - giving dignity back to women refugees

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King's College London
King's College London
04/19/2017 at 12:28. Facebook
Last week to enrol for evening and lunchtime language courses at the King’s Modern Language Centre. Learn 23 languages. Open to all, starting at beginner level. Spring term starts 24 April – enrol now! [ Kcl.ac.uk Link ]
Last week to enrol for evening and lunchtime language courses at the
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A blood test could predict how well depressed patients will respond to common antidepressants. Find out more #spotlightkings [ Ow.ly Link ]
A blood test could predict how well depressed patients will respond to

Blood test to personalise depression treatment | Spotlight

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Dr Megan Rossi from King's will taking part in this Facebook Live at 3pm today
Dr Megan Rossi from King's will taking part in this Facebook Live at 3pm today

Dairy-free diets warning over risk to bone health

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Marnie Main
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"States that 'go it alone' have fewer friends to turn to if things get hard."
Interested in reading more about Trump's isolationist approach?
See what Dr Benedict Wilkinson, Senior Research Fellow at the King's Policy Institute said to the Metro here: [ Metro.co.uk Link ]
"States that 'go it alone' have fewer friends to turn to if things get hard"

How demagogue Trump measures up to US presidents, dictators and despots

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'All politicians bluff and bluster. But the significance of this American attack on Syria is invested in the fact it happened at all.'

Dr Shiraz Maher, International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation, has written about the US air strikes on Syria.

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All politicians bluff and bluster But the significance of this American attack

Syria air strike: Donald Trump's "gunboat diplomacy" will force Assad to think before he acts

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"At the end of the day, summits between global leaders are largely lost or won according to the personal chemistry that exists between the principle players."

Read what Professor Kerry Brown, Director of King's Lau China Institute, has to say about the meeting between Donald Trump and Xi Jinping: [ Theconversation.com Link ]
At the end of the day summits between global leaders are largely

Xi meets Trump: how charisma and personality can ensure peace and...

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Emergency Glazing London
Abdul Rehman
Instability in maritime Asia – a defining challenge of our era – is likely to continue. What's the solution?
A new report published today by the Policy Institute at King's and Daniel K. Inouye Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS) has mapped out the geopolitical landscape of the region and identified new areas of cooperation.

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Instability in maritime Asia a defining challenge of our era is likely

What's the future of maritime security in Asia? | Spotlight

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A recent report found Islamic State's income has more than halved since 2014. There is no evidence that the group has been successful in creating new sources of revenue. Find out more on #spotlightkings [ Ow.ly Link ]
A recent report found Islamic States income has more than halved since

The state of ISIS finances revealed | Spotlight

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Emergency Glazing London
Robert Bryan
Scientists from King’s College London have developed a new blood test that is more sensitive in detecting damaged heart muscle caused by a heart attack.

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Scientists from Kings College London have developed a new blood test that

King's College London - Heart attacks diagnosed quicker by new blood test

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Rafael Tauil
Deadly improvised explosive devices (IEDS) have rapidly overtaken landmines as the dominant threat to civilian in conflict zones - and now experts are calling for urgent action to this growing global problem.
Find out more about research from King's Policy Institute and Chatham House on #spotlightkings [ Ow.ly Link ]
Deadly improvised explosive devices IEDS have rapidly overtaken landmines as the dominant

Growing global menace of explosive devices | Spotlight

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Discover how King's geographers, chemists and computer scientists are working with artist Maria Arceo to take a 'rubbish' approach to art by challenging our understanding of plastics & raising awareness of environmental pollution. [ Ow.ly Link ] #spotlightkings
Discover how Kings geographers chemists and computer scientists are working with artist

Science and art combines in river Thames clean up | Spotlight

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Hayley Shepherd
Last month, European lawmakers called for legislation and an ethical framework to regulate robots. They rejected a ‘robot tax’ for owners which would have funded support for or retraining of people put out of their job by robots. In this podcast, Dr Matthew Howard, Informatics, and Professor Karen Yeung, Law, discuss the decision.

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Last month European lawmakers called for legislation and an ethical framework to
Adrian Ferent
Central London Plumbers
Abduljaleel Marhoon
Researchers at King’s are studying how light interacts with nanostructures and the future potential of this technology. #spotlightkings

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Researchers at Kings are studying how light interacts with nanostructures and the

Cleaner energy, invisibility cloaking and beyond | Spotlight

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Mission Discovery: find out about King's work with young scientists to develop space experiments #spotlightkings [ Ow.ly Link ]
Mission Discovery find out about Kings work with young scientists to develop