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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Vira Health, PoliValve and Modern Synthesis have all been awarded prizes from the judging panel

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Dozens of pollinators, invertebrates and plant species have been identified in the meadow

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Dr Sophia Cooke's co-written paper explores the impact that road density may be having on the UK’s birdlife.

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Professors Khaled Fahmy and Caroline van Eck are among 86 academics to be inducted into the prestigious Fellowship.

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Research is currently being conducted to monitor the impact of the meadow in preventing the decline of pollinating insects.

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Professor Khaled Fahmy has been awarded the 2020 prize for his book In Quest of Justice.

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Political theorist Dr Danielle Allen (KC 1993) has won this year’s John W. Kluge Prize for Achievement in the Study of Humanity.

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College Research Associate Alexander Patto (KC 2012) discusses the latest developments with his start-up company WaterScope.

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Graduate student Oisin Huhn has been volunteering with the Cambridge Institute of Therapeutic Immunology & Infectious Diseases.

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For the past three months Dr Sarah Crisp has been working with GPs from across the region to help deal with cases remotely.

Research News

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Winners of the 2020 Entrepreneurship Competition Announced

Vira Health, PoliValve and Modern Synthesis have all been awarded prizes from the judging panel

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Biodiversity survey in the wildflower meadow

Dozens of pollinators, invertebrates and plant species have been identified in the meadow

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Newly appointed College Research Associate has academic paper published

Dr Sophia Cooke's co-written paper explores the impact that road density may be having on the UK’s birdlife.