Science

  • Bulimia nervosa

      The average onset of bulimia nervosa occurs at 18-19 years old, the age of most first year university students.   Over the past twenty...

  • General anxiety disorder

    General anxiety disorder is common and can have particularly difficult consequences for students.   We are all familiar with that pre-exam panic situation where we...

  • Death wriggling in your eyes

    The Loa Loa ‘eye worm’ deserves more attention from the media, given the suffering it causes.   Loa Loa is a filarial nematode or ’roundworm’...

  • King’s recognised for gender equality

    King’s continues to further its work towards gender equality in traditionally male-dominated subjects.   In September 2013, King’s College London received a renewal of its...

  • F***ING READ THIS

    By Vanessa Megaro Why is it that when you stub your toe against a door, it only seems satisfying to say a particular 4 letter...

  • King’s boffins’ HIV mission

    KCL research brings the end to HIV one step closer.   What is regarded as the Holy Grail of modern biomedical research? The cure for...

  • Review: X & Y, The Science Museum

    By Dan Young and Dulcie Lee Rogue sent two King’s students (Dulcie being the new Roar! Deputy Editor of Print) to go and see the...

  • The Higgs boson explained

    A representation of the Higgs boson particle.   As we all know, today King’s College London is celebrating the achievement of alumnus Peter Higgs who...

  • The ins and outs of drug testing

    Exploring the lengthy process through which an initial idea can become a clinically used drug.   Drugs are primarily developed by pharmaceutical companies from a...

  • Sobering up on beer!

      Everyday science with a helpful cure for your hangover!   What could be better than having a wild Wednesday night and waking up without...