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Published on 19 Mar 2019, 14:14
The Queen and Duchess of Cambridge visited King's College London on Tuesday to officially open the new Bush House. The new facility will help continue the college's major role in scientific research and development. Her Majesty, who is Patron of King's College London, and Kate viewed a robotics demonstration and met students from the Entrepreneurship Institute. Bush House also provides spectacular panoramic views of central London. . Report by Iain Jones.
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