Brunel News & Events
Dr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos, senior lecturer in the Brunel Law School has written a full-page Comment article on Human Rights law for the Solicitors Journal, this week.
He argues against the government’s reported proposals to replace the Human Rights Act with a Bill of Rights.
Brunel University London research receives Breast Cancer UK funding for radical new way of testing for effects of chemicals on breast cancer cells
Brunel University London’s toxicologist Professor Andreas Kortenkamp was featured in a Nature magazine article commenting on the continuing debate over the potential danger of glyphosate, a herbicide which is used to kill weeds in cities across the UK.
Slovenian philosopher and artist Marina Gržinić is in Britain to give a seminar about the use of public spaces after the recent attacks in Paris.
The welfare state of the future desperately needs to adapt to the demands of a modern economy. That was the overwhelming opinion of the audience at the first of Brunel’s Big Question debates, held to celebrate the university’s 50th Anniversary year.