King's has launched King's Enterprise, a new competition where student and alumni can be awarded up to £20,000.
3 September 2014
King’s College and TRACE International announce the establishment of the TRACE studentship in Law in the academic year 2015/16.
1 September 2014
Fellow Benefactor and businessman John Sperling dies, age 93.
26 August 2014
King's College Choir is releasing a new recording of Fauré's Requiem, which aims to emulate the work's first performance.
15 August 2014
Professor Jane Elliott (KC 1984) has been appointed as Chief Executive and Deputy Chair of the ESRC.
6 August 2014
King’s College Choir has received praised from the critics on its recent tour of Australia.
5 August 2014
King's has Junior Research Fellowships available in Biological Sciences, International Law and the History of Political Thought, and Economics, Philosophy, and the History and Philosophy of Science.
5 August 2014
Sir Roger Norrington is conducting Bach's St John Passion in the Chapel this Sunday (27 July 2014).
24 July 2014
Kingswoman Judith Weir (KC 1973) has just become the first female Master of the Queen's Music.
22 July 2014
The Choir is touring Australia, with concerts in Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.
21 July 2014
The Tour de France passed by King's yesterday, cheered on by crowds of spectators.
8 July 2014
Former Choral Scholar and bass-baritone Gerald Finley has been appointed Officer of the Order of Canada.
2 July 2014
Dr Mark Ainslie and his colleagues have just broken the world record for the strongest magnetic field in a bulk high-temperature superconductor.
26 June 2014
The new album from King's Music Fellow Richard Causton has won praise from the critics.
17 June 2014
The world première of 'Lit By Holy Fire' by Francis Grier will be sung in the Chapel this Sunday (15 June).
12 June 2014
Alan Bennett's gave a sermon in the Chapel on 1 June, which has just gone online.
9 June 2014
This year’s Concerts at King’s season closes with two contrasting concerts, each ideal for a summer’s evening.
2 June 2014
A photographic exhibition about the Chinese poet Xu Zhimo will be held in the Chapel from 1 July to 31 October.
29 May 2014
The King's Men (the men's voices from King's College Choir) release their new album of close-harmony arrangements on 2 June.
27 May 2014
The playwright and author Alan Bennett will be speaking in the Chapel on Sunday 1 June.
22 May 2014
The Faculty of History is offering a University Lectureship funded by the Ehrmann Fund at King’s.
20 May 2014
Newly-formed student society King's Politics has launched its first set of events, called "Question Time at King's'".
15 May 2014
King's Fellow Professor Caroline Humphrey DBE, FBA has just been awarded the Sir Richard Burton Medal by the Royal Asiatic Society.
2 May 2014
The Dante Quartet, with clarinettist Mark Van der Wiel and viola player Fra Rustumji, will play two Brahms quintets on 4 May.
29 April 2014
The Revd Dr Stephen Cherry has just been elected as the College's new Dean.
29 April 2014
Kingsman and former Governor of the Bank of England Mervyn King has just been appointed to the Order of the Garter.
25 April 2014
The HE Durham Fund is offering grants to life science undergraduates of the University of Cambridge.
23 April 2014
Choral Scholar Joel Williams has just won Musica Britannica's Sir Anthony Lewis Memorial Prize Competition, with Organ Scholar Douglas Tang winning the accompanist prize.
8 April 2014
April's Archive of the month looks at the cats of some of the famous Fellows of King's.
2 April 2014
A new series of late-night concerts in the Chapel, Chapel Lates, starts on 24 April.
1 April 2014
If you are visiting Cambridge then King's offers overnight accommodation at its new hostel.
24 March 2014
Honorary Fellow and literary critic Marilyn Butler FRSL FRSA FBA died on 11 March, aged 77.
20 March 2014
The Monteverdi Choir held a 50th anniversary concert in the Chapel last night with its founder Sir John Eliot Gardner.
6 March 2014
King's Fellows Ashley Moffett and Francesco Colucci have just published a paper showing the importance of Natural Killer (NK) cells during pregnancy.
3 March 2014
The King's College Music Society is playing works by Bach, Handel and former Choral Scholar Toby Young this Saturday (1 March).
27 February 2014
A memorial service will be held in King's College Chapel for the late Oliver Dawson on Saturday 8 March 2014.
26 February 2014
King's alumnus Tom Wilcock has been named Young Consultant of the Year 2013 by New Civil Engineer and the Association for Consultancy and Engineering.
24 February 2014
King's Fellow Prof Azim Surani FRS has just received a new Jawaharlal Nehru Science Fellowship from the Indian government.
21 February 2014
Kate Whitley, who read Music at King's, has just been given a Borletti-Buitoni Trust Special Award 2014.
17 February 2014
The Screen at the front of the College is being lit with a colourful interactive light show from 12-23 February.
13 February 2014
King's Fellow Suchitra Sebastian talked about how superconductors can change the world at a Google event last week.
12 February 2014
King's Conference & Dining Department has committed itself to a University-wide initiative to reduce carbon emissions.
10 February 2014
King's is offering up to six College Research Associate positions in 2014, three in sciences, three in arts and humanities.
7 February 2014
King's Fellow Professor Azim Surani FRS has just been awarded the prestigious McEwen Award for Innovation.
31 January 2014
The programme for the concerts and services over Easter is now available to download.
30 January 2014
Internationally renowned baroque violinist Rachel Podger performs Vivaldi's L'Estro Armonico concerti on Monday 3 February.
21 January 2014
The Dean of King's College, The Revd Dr Jeremy Morris, will leave in October to become Master of Trinity College.
17 January 2014
A dialect survey co-devised by the King's Fellow Dr Bert Vaux was featured in the New York Times and has gone viral over the internet.
13 January 2014
The latest Choir CD, Britten: St Nicolas, has received good reviews in The Observer and The Telegraph.
8 January 2014
Alan Turing, best known for his work as a codebreaker in World War Two, was given a royal pardon on Christmas Eve.
3 January 2014