Kai Hu and Pallavi Goel are this year’s Entrepreneur-in-Residence MPhil students, supported by the generous donation from the College’s first Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Sheryl Cuisia.
Students from Bangladesh and Nigeria have been awarded the Quantedge-Cambridge Refugee Scholarships at King’s.
Four new portraits have been added to the King’s art collection, broadening the range of people represented on the College’s walls.
This year’s top prize has been awarded to the social network for activists CAUSE, while a second prize went to Crea, an engineering consultancy.
Students from the state-maintained sector make up 87% of UK undergraduates admitted this year.
A total of 42 participants will form the third cohort of the E-Lab programme, designed to support students of all disciplines in developing sustainable and ethical projects with a positive social and environmental impact.
The College Library and Archives are taking part in the Open Cambridge programme, with an exhibition celebrating the 400th anniversary of the publication of Shakespeare's First Folio.
King’s Fellow Anne Davis and colleagues have found a new way to detect and measure dark energy by studying Andromeda, the nearest major galaxy to our own Milky Way.
The heavy horses, surrounded by gardeners from various Cambridge Colleges, have helped harvest the meadow with far lower impact on soil compaction and the flora than if a tractor had been used.
Joseph Vambe (KC 2018) was one of the first two Cambridge students to be awarded a Stormzy Scholarship, launched in 2018.