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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Zahir Irani asks whether business schools should be focused on research and publications or their applied contributions.
ENP Newswire - 17 October 2014 Release date- 16102014 - Young people need to be educated about the dangers of sexting - and it's
A new centre has opened at a warehouse in Slough which will use simulation and modelling to help
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.
IMAGES that challenge stereotypes of later life will be on display at a
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.
Fears over government guidance on the Care Act 2014 have been voiced by UKIP health spokesman Louise Bours in the wake of
The study found the sharing of explicit texts and photos on smartphones was on the rise - and that it is having a
Children now see
Sexting is normal for children with girls more likely to take sexually explicit pictures of themselvesWed, 15 Oct 2014 06:12:20 GMT – Source: Herald Scotland
Children now see
The UK government’s guidance on the care act appears to contradict its aim to give patients control
Scientists urge for studies to estimate the environmental risks posed by pharmaceutical pollution Medicines that get flushed
Professor Justin Fisher spoke on Sky News about the collapse of the Tory vote in the Clacton, and Heywood and Middleton by-elections, and the rise of UKIP.
UK government guidance on the Care Act 2014 appears to contradict
No fewer than 40 female graduate engineers from the UK and EU began their MSc courses in a variety of disciplines
A young inventor is on track to revolutionize food labelling in the UK, after inventing a touch-label that changes texture as food expires. Solveiga Pakštaite, 22, invented the bump-mark smart label for her final-year project whilst studying industrial design and technology at Brunel University in London.
A simple glass of ice isn’t enough for someone as creative as Ben Armstrong.
The Cumberland Initiative is launching a new event this month to look at transforming the
FIVE-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Steve Redgrave was at Brunel University this