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.
 


 

Dr James Taylor has been awarded the Bronze Medal from the Royal Aeronautical Society for his work on jet engine technology.

King’s PhD candidate and conservation biologist Sophia Cooke has appeared on BBC Radio 4’s Inside Science to discuss the effect of roads on the British bird population

Chai Keong Toh (KC 1993) is one of only four new International Fellows to be elected to the Academy this year.

Honorary Fellow Michael Cook (KC 1959) has been awarded the prestigious prize for his contribution to Islamic Studies.

King's Fellow Anne Davis has been awarded the Richard Glazebrook Medal and Prize for her outstanding support and leadership in physics.

Musicologist Natassa Varka (KC 2005) has won the prestigious award with her dissertation on librettist Charles Jennens’ collection of oratorios.

King's PhD student Julien Domercq (KC 2007) has been appointed as the new Assistant Curator of European Art at the Dallas Museum of Art in Texas.

A new orchestral piece by King's Fellow Richard Causton was one of just two pieces selected by BBC Radio 3 to represent the UK at the International Rostrum of Composers.

King’s College welcomes Cambridge University’s inquiry into the University's historical links to slavery.

Professor Ashley Moffett has been elected as a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences in recognition of her pioneering work on the placenta and reproductive immunology.

Research News

King's Fellow awarded RAeS Medal

Dr James Taylor has been awarded the Bronze Medal from the Royal Aeronautical Society for his work on jet engine technology.

King's PhD candidate appears on Radio 4's Inside Science

King’s PhD candidate and conservation biologist Sophia Cooke has appeared on BBC Radio 4’s Inside Science to discuss the effect of roads on the British bird population

King's alumnus elected as a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering

Chai Keong Toh (KC 1993) is one of only four new International Fellows to be elected to the Academy this year.