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News archive 2014

Azim Surani awarded new Indian Fellowship

King's Fellow Prof Azim Surani FRS has just received a new Jawaharlal Nehru Science Fellowship from the Indian government.

21 February 2014

Music graduate wins BBT Special Award

Kate Whitley, who read Music at King's, has just been given a Borletti-Buitoni Trust Special Award 2014.

17 February 2014

Interactive lights illuminate the College

The Screen at the front of the College is being lit with a colourful interactive light show from 12-23 February.

13 February 2014

Suchitra Sebastian talks at Google's 'Solve for X' event

King's Fellow Suchitra Sebastian talked about how superconductors can change the world at a Google event last week.

12 February 2014

King's adopts Low Carbon Meal Scheme

King's Conference & Dining Department has committed itself to a University-wide initiative to reduce carbon emissions.

10 February 2014

King's offers College Research Associate positions

King's is offering up to six College Research Associate positions in 2014, three in sciences, three in arts and humanities.

7 February 2014

Azim Surani wins the 2014 McEwen Award

King's Fellow Professor Azim Surani FRS has just been awarded the prestigious McEwen Award for Innovation.

31 January 2014

Easter at King's programme published

The programme for the concerts and services over Easter is now available to download.

30 January 2014

Rachel Podger performs Vivaldi at Kings

Internationally renowned baroque violinist Rachel Podger performs Vivaldi's L'Estro Armonico concerti on Monday 3 February.

21 January 2014

Bert Vaux

Dialect survey goes viral

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

Critics praise latest Choir CD

The latest Choir CD, Britten: St Nicolas, has received good reviews in The Observer and The Telegraph.

8 January 2014

Former Fellow Alan Turing receives posthumous royal pardon

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