Brunel News & Events
Brunel continued its domination of the Dyson Awards with 2015 product design graduate James Seers’ final year project – a domestic kitchen waste pipe which traps oil and grease for recycling as biodiesel – shortlisted for the international prize after becoming the UK runner up.
The William Webb Ellis cup will make a flying visit to the Brunel campus this weekend as part of a 100-day trophy tour to promote the biggest tournament in international rugby.
Freedom of speech, the NHS and the Rotherham child abuse scandal will be discussed by three of the university's leading academics at this year's Cheltenham Literature Festival.
Giving students the chance to use their knowledge to meet the needs of the community and business could make their training more than just a one-way street, according to Professor Zahir Irani.
Children will be given the chance to meet the original Robot Scientist in a series of demonstrations at London’s Science Museum next week.