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Departments and units

Members of the Centre conduct scholarly and policy-relevant research on weapons proliferation, non-proliferation, verification and disarmament, space security and mass effect terrorism including the CBRN (chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear) dimension. A significant emphasis is also placed on engaging on these issues with security practitioners in governments and international organisations, and the wider dissemination of research findings through engagement with the media.
The Centre organises conferences and runs a regular seminar series where internal and external speakers address issues related to science and security.[2]


Counter Terrorism seminar

  • Avi Dichter: Cancelled a trip to the UK fearing arrest for war crimes, he was invited to London as a keynote speaker at a seminar on counter terrorism.[3]


Terrorologist Connections


Lobbying firms



  1. King's College Website, Department of War Studies, Last Accessed 6th December 2007
  2. King's College Website, Centre for Science and Security Studies, Last Accessed 6th December 2007
  3. BBC News Online, Israeli avoids UK arrest threat, 6th December 2007
  4. Editorial Board, MERIA, accessed 2 May 2009.
  5. Editorial Board, MERIA, accessed 2 May 2009.
  6. SMC, Funding, accessed 29 September 2013. See also Science Media Centre - Funding
  7. David Willetts Business Appointments Advisory Committee on Business Appointments,, accessed 17 February 2016
  8. Register September to November 2013 PRCA, accessed 27 January 2015
  9. Register December 2013 to February 2014 PRCA, accessed 27 January 2015
  10. Register March to May 2014 PRCA, accessed 27 January 2015
  11. Register 1st September 2014 - 30th November 2014 APPC, accessed 23 February 2015