Dr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos, senior lecturer in the Brunel Law School has written a full-page Comment article on Human Rights law for the Solicitors Journal, this week.
He argues against the government’s reported proposals to replace the Human Rights Act with a Bill of Rights.
The welfare state of the future desperately needs to adapt to the demands of a modern economy. That was the overwhelming opinion of the audience at the first of Brunel’s Big Question debates, held to celebrate the university’s 50th Anniversary year.
Head teachers from West London came to the campus to celebrate theirs and the University’s combined success in a Government inspectors’ report on teacher training.
A £10 million manufacturing research hub at Brunel that will address major, long-term challenges facing the UK’s manufacturing industries, and capture opportunities from emerging research has been announced by Universities and Science Minister Jo Johnson.
The Manufacturing Hub in Future Liquid Metal Engineering is funded for the next seven years by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). Led by Professor Zhongyun Fan it will have a programme of innovative research in the engineering and physical sciences, related to the challenges in commercialising early stage research.
Following the success of their above ground re-tracing the route of the world’s biggest scientific experiment – the Large Hadron Collider – in Self Orbits CERN, Brunel Professors Will Self and Akram Khan are reuniting for another physics-based series.
This time they will be illuminating the life and career of Scots-born physicist James Clerk Maxwell in a five-part, 15 minute episode series again on BBC Radio Four which will begin on Monday November 23 at 12.04pm.