Gregory Houseman and Rebecca Kilner have both been recognised for their exceptional contributions to science.
Social anthropologist Andrea Spurling's 1990 report into gender equality in higher education is being revisited thirty years after its initial publication.
Amy Rochford and June Park have won First Prize for their company Lecta, harnessing flexible bio-electronic technology for use in neural devices.
Organ Scholar Paul Greally has swept the board at the Fellowship of the Royal College of Organists exams.
Applications are open for small grants for projects related to the life sciences.
Prince Philip was Chancellor of the University for 35 years, from December 1976 to June 2011.
As a result of an extraordinary meeting of the Governing Body, Kings College has decided that the apostrophe should no longer be used in official communications.
A statement from the Investment Committee on the College's expectation to eliminate all fossil fuel investments by 2030 at the latest.
Pressing issues of inequality are driving research into new economic theories.
The new £50 note, featuring King's alumnus Alan Turing, will be in circulation from 23 June 2021.