Media Coverage

Brunel regularly features in the media. Below is a list of some of our most recent appearances.

For more information about news stories from Brunel University London please contact the Press Office.

Brunel University London is not responsible for the content of external websites.

Media wars

Professor Julian Petley says Rupert Murdoch has used his newspapers to pursue the BBC

Counting the cost

Professor Guy Gratton argues that, despite this week's Shoreham crash, airshows are here to stay

Lonely parents

Professor Christina Victor says it's not only the elderly that suffer from loneliness

Biggest obstacles

Professor Zahir Irani is asked what the greatest challenges are in the new academic year

Looking to the future

Dr Andrew Russell explains that climate change can be predicted, but the result can be unpredictable

No 'I' in 'team'

Professor Zahir Irani says managers need to know when a group becomes a team

External engagement

Professor Zahir Irani explains that pro bono advice on campus can come from student training

The economic conundrum

Professor Amir Sharif asks why productivity is lagging, despite good economic growth

Young African poets

Poets shortlisted for the 2015 Brunel University African Poetry Prize share their work

Page last updated: Friday 28 August 2015