Current Research

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 the research being done at the moment.
 


 

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Pressing issues of inequality are driving research into new economic theories.

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We caught up with three King’s medics, Dr Fanny Belais, Dr Adam Townson and Dr Chris Williams, to hear about their experiences over the past 12 months.

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Sarah Jilani (KC 2017) has been selected by the AHRC and BBC Radio 3 as one of ten early-career researchers to join the scheme in 2021

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A third Research Fellow has been appointed to the Silk Roads Programme at King’s, the College’s ambitious initiative for the study of the history and culture of the countries, societies, and cultures of the Silk Roads.

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The Gatsby Summer Internship Programme is aimed at inspiring science students from socially and economically disadvantaged backgrounds to think about going on to further research.

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Fourth-year chemical engineer Mikka Alon has been working with health start-up perfexia to explore ways of using smartphone technology to monitor vital signs such as heart rate and respiratory rate.

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This studentship will provide funding for up to 4 years to pursue research on some aspect of the Silk Roads.

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An archaeological dig at the site of the new graduate accommodation at Croft Gardens has revealed an extensive early medieval burial ground, shedding light on life and death in Cambridge from the end of the Roman period.

Peter Frankopan - Associate Director of the Silk Roads Programme

King’s is delighted that Peter Frankopan, the foremost expert on the Silk Roads in the UK...

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Two inaugural Research Fellows have been appointed to the Silk Roads Programme.

Research News

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New gift to promote study of egalitarian capitalism

Pressing issues of inequality are driving research into new economic theories.

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An update from our early-graduating medics

We caught up with three King’s medics, Dr Fanny Belais, Dr Adam Townson and Dr Chris Williams, to hear about their experiences over the past 12 months.

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King’s PhD student named as New Generation Thinker

Sarah Jilani (KC 2017) has been selected by the AHRC and BBC Radio 3 as one of ten early-career researchers to join the scheme in 2021