Brunel News & Events
Covent Garden's first opera by an Arab composer, co-produced by Brunel's Institute of Contemporary Middle-Eastern Composition (BICMEM), has been given an early airing to a sold-out audience at the Royal Opera House.
Brunel academic Dr Jesus Ojeda was part of a team led by Durham’s Dr Karen Johnson who have shown a new way of improving soil health, especially in previously developed brownfield sites.
To do so the amount of carbon in the soil, preferably in a stable form needs to be boosted. This research published in Nature Commmunications looked at whether manganese oxide, which is a naturally occurring mineral, can be used to turn carbon from its unstable to stable form in soil and therefore improve its health.
Dr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos provided analysis of the Greek referendum, 48 hours before it took place.
Brunel’s Dr Elizabeth McKay has been awarded a Fellowship by the College of Occupational Therapists for her outstanding contribution to the subject over the past 30 years.