Three King's alumni have been recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours for 2021.
College Research Associate Sophia Cooke is working to help the archipelago achieve its Sustainable Development Goals.
Thanks to the generosity of alumni and supporters, a total of £75 million has been raised to shape the next stage in the College’s future.
Prestigious King's alumnus Thomas Trotter has recorded Duruflé's complete organ works for the King's College record label.
The Reverend Dr Mary Kells will be joining the College in September as our new Chaplain.
A gift from Professor Simon Goldhill is establishing a new fund to support undergraduate students at King’s.
This year, the College will mark the anniversary of Henry VI’s death with a special Requiem in the Chapel on 21 May.
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.