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Dr Njoki Wamai: We need to do more to celebrate King’s Black history
...Moody, Professor 'Funmi Olonisakin, Desmond Tutu (Theology, 1965; MTh, 1966), Dina Asher-Smith (History, 2017), Professor Kofoworola Abeni Pratt (Nursing, 1950), Professor Abiodun Alao and Imani-L
Daniel Rossall Valentine: We can improve diversity in engineering
...Daniel Rossall Valentine (MA Systematic Theology, 2012) is Head of the Engineering Talent Project, Royal Academy of Engineering, and campaign lead for ‘This is Engineering’. Technology is shapin
Tony Thorne: Police and politicians need a better understanding of slang
...Tony Thorne is Director of the Slang and New Language Archive at King’s. This post is based on an article that originally featured in The Conversation <
Georgina Lupu: Entrepreneurs have diverse interests
...Georgina Lupu Florian (MSc Electrical Engineering with Business Management, 2012) credits King’s with helping to shape her into the tech entrepreneur she is today. She shares some of the important
Gurpreet Kharay: vegan isn't a foolproof way to be healthier, but we shouldn't ignore the benefits
...Gurpreet Kharay <> (Nutrition, 2009; Medicine, 2010) is a doctor in Adelaide, Australia. There are many reasons for considering a vegetari
Tom Bangay: The legal industry needs to digitise or be left behind
...Tom Bangay (Human Values and Contemporary Global Ethics, 2007) is Director of Content at Juro <>. It’s easy to forget how dramatically fundamental processes in our lives have ch
Alexander Kumar: Every virus is unique; every outbreak is unique
...Leone, during the 2014–2016 outbreak in West Africa. It became the largest Ebola outbreak in history. I also worked in Brazil and researched the Zika virus during the height of that outbreak. There