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The £500,000 award enables Sebastian Eves-van den Akker to conduct important research into the threat that nematodes pose to potato crops.

21 November 2018

The annual competition encourages King's students and alumni the opportunity to develop their ideas, initiatives and inventions, with a top prize of £20,000.

19 November 2018
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A new two-part CD celebrates the 100th anniversary of A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols.

9 November 2018

The studentship provides funding for a three- to four- year course of study in the field of Spanish Art and Literature, and covers both composition fees and maintenance costs.

8 November 2018
Judith Weir

King's alumna and Master of the Queen's Music, Judith Weir, has composed this year's commissioned carol.

6 November 2018
King's on Apple Music

King's College has launched as a curator on one of the world's largest music streaming platforms.

5 November 2018

In a pilot initiative to enhance the Cambridge Bursary Scheme (CBS), students from low and middle-income households starting undergraduate courses in October 2018 will receive additional support.

1 November 2018

At a meeting of the Fellows of King’s College on 22 October 2018, it was agreed that:

29 October 2018

The College invites comments about the planned redevelopment of its existing student accommodation at Croft Gardens.

19 October 2018

King’s College Council: statement regarding the experiences of College and University members and visitors entering the College

16 October 2018

Richard Gowers has released a new album on the King's College record label.

21 September 2018

PhD student Lindsay Branham showcases her Virtual Reality short film Even in the Rain at the prestigious international festival.

31 August 2018

The MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology is commemorating the centenary of the birth of Professor Fred Sanger, a Fellow at King's from 1954 to 1983 who is widely regarded as "the father of genomics". 

29 August 2018

Cuttings of one of the willow trees celebrated in Xu Zhimo’s most famous poem “Second Farewell to Cambridge” are to find a new home in China.

24 August 2018

A memorial garden commemorating the Chinese poet Xu Zhimo (1897-1931) was formally opened on 10th August by Xu's grandson Tony.

13 August 2018

Prospective students from Black and Ethnic Minority backgrounds were invited to the College to meet current students and Fellows, to garner practical advice about applying to the University, and to listen to an Empowerment Session from spoken word performer George the Poet.

24 July 2018