Latest King's College Stories
Human voices and emotions showed more activation in a part of young babiesâ€™ brains than familiar sounds of toys or water, a study published on June 30 in Current Biology found.
Researchers at King's College London have identified a way of eliminating leukaemic stem cells, which could lead to new treatments that may enable complete remission for leukaemia patients.
Researchers at King's College London have used cells found naturally in the body, to re-educate the immune system to prevent rejection of an organ transplant while remaining capable of fighting infections and cancer.
In two independent studies scientists have separately identified DNA on chromosome 3 that appears to be related to depression.
Eight genes which control levels of the main steroid produced by the adrenal gland, believed to play a role in ageing and longevity, have been uncovered by an international consortium of scientists.
X-rays shed new light on the regulation of muscle contraction.
British scientists using human stem cells claim to have discovered how antidepressants create new brain cells, helping drug researchers develop more efficient medicines to fight depression.
Researchers at King's College London and Osaka University in Japan have identified specific bone marrow cells that can transform into skin cells to repair damaged skin tissue.
A survey of over 9,000 people in seven different countries across Europe has shown that the majority would want to improve the quality of life in the time they had left, rather than extend it.
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