Brunel News & Events

Modular disability aids for world's poorest

Modular disability aids for world's poorest

A modular kit of interchangeable mobility aid parts from crutches to walking frames is set to change the lives of some of the world’s poorest people with disabilities thanks to a design engineering student from Brunel University London.

Latest News Rss Feed

  • Study shows digital is driving evolution of British business

    Study shows digital is driving evolution of British business

    It was 30 years ago that the first Internet domain was registered and, four years later, the science fiction film ‘Back to the Future II’ predicted the emergence of smartphone technology, drones that deliver parcels, and the rise of social media and e-commerce companies.

  • Brunel academic joins BBC’s Naked Scientists

    Brunel academic joins BBC’s Naked Scientists

    Brunel expert Professor Karnik Tarverdi joined BBC Radio’s Naked Scientists at the weekend discussing possible futures for plastics - and exploded some common myths along the way.

  • Getting the youth vote has never been easy

    Getting the youth vote has never been easy
    Low voter turnout among young people is nothing new in politics, Professor Justin Fisher told Sky News.
  • Triple success for Brunel athletes

    Triple success for Brunel athletes

    Three Brunel University London students will compete for Team GB after securing gold, silver and bronze medals at their first national decathlon event of the year.


Brunel on Flickr

See the latest pictures of Brunel, as well as coverage of our big events and activities, on the University's own Flickr site.

Page last updated: Thursday 29 January 2015