Brunel Media Coverage
Brunel regularly features in the national and local media. Below is a list of some of our most recent appearances.
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If after the Scottish referendum we are serious about remaking the UK, we should start by abolishing the
Faced with higher prices, more people are likely to drop swimming than gym workouts, finds a fascinating study.
Here are a few more suggestions of places to go to entertain kids and teenagers during
Think of a quintessential Aussie bloke and Hugh Jackman or Russell Crowe might come to mind.
First centre of excellence to transform NHS care given green light to be built in Slough - See more at: http://www.localberkshire.co.uk/news/slough/articles/2014/10/23/104728-first-centre-of-excellence-to-transform-nhs-care-given-green-light-to-be-buil...Tue, 28 Oct 2014 16:17:00 GMT – Source: Local Berkshire
Ray Snoddy OBE gave a lunchtime talk to journalism students at Brunel University London.
Patients diagnosed with high blood pressure are given better control of their condition from a physician-pharmacist collaborative intervention than physician management alone, according to new research.
Extreme masculinity and femininity may not be the evolutionary, attractive traits we’ve considered them to be, new research shows.
If you are searching for a more masculine man for dating, remember that this is not what your ancestors looked for. According to a study, sexual preference for masculine men and feminine women is an urban habit and probably not a consistent thread in human history.
If you are searching for a more masculine man for dating, remember that this is not what your ancestors looked for.
In a world of matinee idols and cover girls it’s easy to assume that humans want their men to be manly and their women womanly.
A new study has demonstrated that assuming that humans want their men to be manly and their women feminine is a new urban habit.
The interesting relationship between Hollywood, magazines and the public has helped develop a cultural phenomenon. It has molded what society considers the ideal male and female specimens and subsequently mates.
It's generally believed that human sexual preference evolved through a long process of social and sexual selection. However, new research reveals that the preference for masculine men and feminine women developed significantly more recently than previously thought.
STUDENTS looking for a career in big data can meet the UK's top employers and take advantage of CV writing and interviewing skills workshops at the SAS Big Data Skills Festival hosted on campus by Brunel University London on Thursday October 30.
A groundbreaking new study suggests that, rather than being passed down through a long process of social and sexual selection, preferences for masculine men and feminine women is a relatively new habit that has only emerged in modern, urbanized societies.
(Brunel University) Elderly people in Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities in England fear changes in cultural attitudes will leave them without family care or state social services in their old age.
Zahir Irani asks whether business schools should be focused on research and publications or their applied contributions.
Children now see "sexting" as part of normal life with girls more likely to provide sexually explicit pictures of themselves through social media Smartphone apps, according to an anti-bullying report.