Brunel News & Events
Pushing through controversial new laws to restrict trade union funding of political parties may lead to ‘revenge’ legislation in the future, Professor Justin Fisher has warned a select committee set up to consider the move.
Physiotherapists at Brunel University London are looking for teenagers with cerebral palsy to take part in a new research trial starting in February and March, 2016. Dr Jennifer Ryan and Grace Lavelle want to see if doing strengthening exercises for the calf muscles can make it easier for teenagers with cerebral palsy to walk.
Dutch-Canadian toxicologist Professor Juliette Legler has joined the College of Health & Life Sciences at Brunel University London, as a Professor of Toxicology and Environmental Health. Juliette will also lead the Environment and Health research theme in the Institute of Environment, Health and Societies.
Director of the Institute of Environment, Health and Societies, Professor Susan Jobling, is set for big-screen stardom as she appears alongside Sir David Attenborough and Ben Fogle in - A Plastic Ocean.
As politicians and commentators increasingly focus on the failures of the welfare state, the academic author of a new book focuses on his own family’s experiences to find answers.