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The King's E-Lab launches ‘Mindsets’, a new blog series that hopes to create a space for reflection and to spark new ideas.

Teddy Graham has been awarded first prize for his work 'Surrogate', with second prize going to Em Dirs and a joint third for Eden Hogston and John Palmer.

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A new work by Sir Antony Gormley has been officially unveiled at King’s College Cambridge. The sculpture, titled 'True, for Alan Turing', stands 3.7 meters tall and sits at the heart of the College, between Gibbs Building and Webb’s Court.

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King’s Fellow Ashley Moffett and colleagues have grown ‘mini-placentas’ in the lab and used them to shed light on how the placenta develops and interacts with the inner lining of the womb.

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In collaboration with the Mastercard Foundation programme and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at CJBS, the E-Lab is running a Social Venture Residential.

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Judith Weir (KC 1973) and Provost of King's Gillian Tett have been awarded a GBE and an OBE, respectively.

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New study co-authored by King’s CRA Dr Sarah Whiteside explores how conventional CD4+ T cells hinder cancer immunotherapies targeting Treg cells.

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Three students from Sir John Lawes School, Hills Road Sixth Form College and Coleg Cambria attended a prize-giving ceremony at King’s.

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The College has completed work on a year-long conservation of its Chapel roof and has begun installation of 438 new solar panels that will generate an anticipated 123,000 kWh/y and feed into the College’s on-site electricity supply.

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This year’s carol has been written by composer and Cambridge alumna Cheryl Frances-Hoad. ‘The Cradle’ is a setting of an English translation by Robert Graves of an anonymous seventeenth century Austrian text.