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June 2016

EU Referendum will have no impact on current and prospective students

EU Referendum will have no impact on current and prospective students

Students from countries within the European Union have been assured that the result of the EU referendum will have no impact on courses they are currently enrolled in or about to start in the coming year.


Think-tank warns against being 'bad neighbour' by leaving the EU

Think-tank warns against being 'bad neighbour' by leaving the EU

War crimes lawyer Sir Geoffrey Nice QC has warned against leaving the EU or risk losing the UK's important role in European civil and legal matters.
The positive case for 'Bremain' - the UK can lead in Europe

The positive case for 'Bremain' - the UK can lead in Europe

As former Prime Minister Gordon Brown steps into the Brexit debate, Dr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos says it is a welcome change to hear talk of the UK leading in Europe.
Digital government: ending 20 years of putting 'lipstick on a pig'

Digital government: ending 20 years of putting 'lipstick on a pig'

A Working Paper on e-government has been uploaded to Brunel's repository, BURA, inviting practitioners and academics to respond to it, ahead of the 11th National Digital Conference, in London, on Wednesday.
Brunel meets all standards of UK Quality Mark

Brunel meets all standards of UK Quality Mark

The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) has confirmed the quality and standards of provision at Brunel University London following its review in March 2016.
Plastics in our oceans - film's focus can raise public perception

Plastics in our oceans - film's focus can raise public perception

A project to investigate how plastic enters the environment has resulted in a feature documentary A Plastic Ocean, which aims to raise public awareness of the problem of polluting our seas.
Academics answer big questions at science festival

Academics answer big questions at science festival

Brunel academics will be telling the truth about fat, pulling apart placebos and focusing on fundamental physics at this year’s Cheltenham Science Festival.
Boredom keeps sex workers on the streets

Boredom keeps sex workers on the streets

Boredom, bad housing and poor support are among the reasons that stop women making a transition out of sex work, a new study reveals.



Masque of Augurs brought to life at its historic home

Masque of Augurs brought to life at its historic home

The historically important performance piece The Masque of Augurs was brought back to its original setting at Whitehall's palatial Banqueting House as part of a groundbreaking heritage project.

May 2016

Tobacco control cost-saving study dubbed ‘outstanding’

Tobacco control cost-saving study dubbed ‘outstanding’

The €2 million Brunel-led EQUIPT project has pocketed an Outstanding European Health Research Award from the European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Prevention.

It will offer health providers and policy makers across Europe tailor-made figures on how much they can save from investing in tobacco control such as stop smoking schemes.

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