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.
 


 

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

Professor Robin Osborne discusses some of the advantages and drawbacks of conducting supervisions online

King's Bye-Fellows Fraz Mir and Ben Ravenhill discuss their first-hand experiences on the front line against COVID-19.

The project co-founded by King’s Fellow Sharath Srinivasan could play a vital role in preventing millions being infected in sub-Saharan Africa.

James Taylor is one of a number of King's Fellows and graduate students who have been building a ventilator system that can be manufactured and maintained in low and middle-income countries.

PhD student Api Hasthanasombat is part of a team that is collecting data that could make diagnoses based on the sounds of a participant's breathing and voice.

Special disposition has been granted in order that the graduating students can play a role in the management of the coronavirus pandemic.

King's alumna Judith Weir CBE (KC 1973) has been nominated for an Honorary Degree from the University.

Katrina Toner and Michael Taplin have been selected to have their compositions workshopped and professionally recorded by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.

Joanna Kusiak has been awarded the Best Article Award of the International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.

Research News

King's Fellow assisting with NHS neurological cases during pandemic

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

An appraisal of teaching in Easter Term

Professor Robin Osborne discusses some of the advantages and drawbacks of conducting supervisions online

Insights from Addenbrooke's

King's Bye-Fellows Fraz Mir and Ben Ravenhill discuss their first-hand experiences on the front line against COVID-19.