Spring / Summer 2020
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (LLM, 1992) is a British actor, writer, director and musician. He is best known for his roles in the series Oz, Lost and Game of Thrones, and for films The Mummy Returns, Get Rich or Die Tryin’, Suicide Squad, Thor and The Bourne Identity.
By cataloguing nearly half a million pages and items from the Royal Archives at Windsor Castle, an award-winning King’s project will provide a unique digital history resource for students, researchers and members of the public.
Marjana Ahmed (Biochemistry, 2021) and Allyson Jones (Biochemistry, 1983) met at the Civil Leadership Academy launch event.
Developing vital new medical devices and therapies that will cost less to develop and reach patients sooner.
At King’s we are committed to using our expertise and resources in support of the international response to COVID-19 during one of the most challenging times we have collectively faced.
Martin Bashir is an internationally acclaimed, awarding-winning journalist. He is best known for conducting a series of exclusive interviews and making groundbreaking documentaries that have been broadcast around the world.
King’s has been at the forefront of medical research for many years. Amid a global pandemic, this, along with our unique partnership with King’s Health Partners, has proved invaluable in the fight against the spread of COVID-19.
Two successful King’s alumni are supporting the next generation of business students to gain international work experience before graduating, paving the way to a career in some of the most competitive industries across the world.
Professor Stephen Bach, Dean of King’s Business School, reflects on his research and how the School’s curriculum reflects a rapidly changing modern-day workplace.