There are over 100 Fellows at King's. They carry out a huge variety of research, from investigating the origin of the Universe to uncovering the classical world. The following articles and media give a taste of some of the research being done at the moment.
College Research Associate Dr Sopie Van Der Zee and her colleagues have developed a new lie detector based on body movements.
Prof Bill Burgwinkle is looking at how the culture of the Middle Ages has influenced the modern world.
Mark Ainslie is studying how superconductor material can be used in electric motors to make them smaller and more powerful.
Hanna Weibye is looking at how German nationalism evolved in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, and the relationship between physical culture and national identity.
Linguist Bert Vaux talks about the survey of English dialects that he devised, which was featured in The New York Times and went viral across the web.
Francesco Colucci is looking at how Natural Killer (NK) cells can help treat cancer and prevent complications in pregnancy.
Suchitra Sebastian explains how work such as hers developing new superconductors will bring a revolution more dramatic than the Industrial Revolution.