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King's College London
12/09/2016 at 15:31. Facebook
A King's student charity completed its first major overseas project earlier this year, hoping to improve maternal health in resource-poor countries. Medical students travelled to Bangladesh - a country blighted by high rates of miscarriages and deaths of mothers and infants. #Spotlight

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Bangladesh: Improving maternal health | Spotlight

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King's College London
12/09/2016 at 11:35. Facebook
Interested in exploring the ancient worlds of the Greeks and Romans and their impact on today’s society? Located in the heart of London, King’s is a capital place to study classics.

Find out more about our courses here: [ Kcl.ac.uk Link ]

Capital for Classics

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King's College London
12/09/2016 at 10:00. Facebook
Passionate about music? Our music master’s immerses you in your choice of musicology and ethnomusicology or composition. Located in the heart of London, King’s is a capital place to study music.

Find out more about our music course here: http://

Capital for Music

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King's College London
12/08/2016 at 17:30. Facebook
Scientists at King’s have developed a blood test that accurately and reliably predicts whether depressed patients will respond to common antidepressants, which could herald a new era of personalised treatment for people with depression #Spotlight

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Blood test to personalise depression treatment | Spotlight

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King's College London
12/08/2016 at 15:11. Facebook
Love English Literature? Our range of master’s courses from Shakespeare to Contemporary Literature bring literature to life. Located in the heart of London, King’s is a capital place to study English literature.

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Capital for Literature

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King's College London
12/08/2016 at 13:33. Facebook
Interested in exploring how creative and cultural industries influence our society? Our courses in Culture, Media & Creative Industries give you highly desirable skills to equip you for a career in these growing areas. Located in the heart of London, King’s is a capital place to study the arts, culture and creative sectors.

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Capital for Culture

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King's College London
12/08/2016 at 11:30. Facebook
Hundreds of thousands of Londoners may be having their immune system slowly aggravated by toxic diesel fumes, Dr Ian Mudway from the Environmental Research Group has warned. [ Standard.co.uk Link ]

Londoners' immune systems 'weakened by capital's toxic air'

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King's College London
12/04/2016 at 16:01. Facebook
An online brain training package can not only improve memory and reasoning skills – but also how well older people carry out everyday tasks such as navigating public transport, shopping, cooking and managing personal finances. #Spotlight

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Could brain training boost memory and reasoning? | Spotlight

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King’s academics have worked with the English National Ballet’s (ENB) production of Sleeping Beauty to bring the art of dance to children with learning difficulties and disabilities through the use of narration, signing and graphic symbols. #Spotlight

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Improving access to ballet for children with learning difficulties and...

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Scientists from King’s investigated the use of positron emission tomography (PET) technology to follow how the drugs travel around the body, which could allow treatments to be tailored to patient needs in the future. Find out more: [ Kcl.ac.uk Link ]
King’s researchers have made a major technology breakthrough which could transform the auditory landscapes of live entertainment, film, music, gaming and virtual reality. #Spotlight

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Can’t believe your ears? The surround sound ‘breakthrough’ | Spotlight

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With colleagues at Durham and Kent universities, a historian at King’s has developed the biggest online assembly of historical data on the Anglican church in the Clergy of Church of England Database 1540-1835 (CCEd), shedding interesting light on the lives of its clergy.

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Historical Insights on the Clergy of the Church of England | Spotlight

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The world’s first medical device to detect shock and high blood pressure in pregnant women could cut maternal deaths in developing countries by up to 25%, saving more than 70,000 lives a year. #Spotlight

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The £12 gadget which could save the lives of tens of thousands of...

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#ICYMI Listen again to Dr Christine Cheng, Lecturer in International Relations at King's, talk women in politics and the #USElections2016 [ Soundcloud.com Link ]

Why American politics could change in a way we've never seen before

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Two King's graduates have developed a platform, Oslr, which enables doctors to let students know when they are available in busy hospitals. This facilitates more spontaneous learning opportunities, such as bedside teaching. #Spotlight

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Supporting on-the-job training for medical students | Spotlight

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Research from Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery at King'sshapes frontline healthcare, policy and practice recommendations. Find out more in #Spotlight. [ Ow.ly Link ]

Research shaping frontline healthcare in nursing | Spotlight

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King’s College London is internationally recognised for excellence in biomedical and health research and training.

Apply for one of our fully-funded PhD studentships in Biomedical Sciences and we will challenge you to think critically, push boundaries and explore the unknown.

Deadline: Sunday 11 December. Apply now: [ Kcl.ac.uk Link ]

Fully-funded PhD studentships in biomedical sciences

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‘There is an opportunity for civic and political re-engagement like we have never seen before.'

Almost a month after the US election, Dr Christine Cheng, Lecturer in International Relations at King’s discusses what she thinks could be a rejuvenating outcome of the election, and what this means for women breaking the ‘glass ceiling’ in politics.

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Why American politics could change in a way we've never seen before

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'A return to wood-burning is being seen in cities throughout western Europe, while in London, wood-burning can be responsible for 10 per cent of air pollution in winter.'

Dr Gary Fuller, Environmental Research Group, comments on the impact of wood burning stoves on health and the environment: [ Dailymail.co.uk Link ]

Inconvenient truth about your wood-burning stove

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From its inception, the King’s Russia Institute has sought to understand the ways in which Russia shapes the modern world. #Spotlight

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Ukraine conflict: steering a route through troubled times | Spotlight

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