Brazilian football is looking to science for answers as it comes to terms with the national team’s humiliating 7-1 defeat at the hands of Germany in this summer’s World Cup.
Brunel University London has been recognised as one of the biggest winners in its ‘intensity’ ranking in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF), the results of which were announced this week.
Grants awarded for research into everything from countrywide screening programmes to changes in EU law over chemical regulations have ensured that Brunel University London has continued to have a real-world impact since the books were closed on REF2014 last year.
Brunel University London has found great success in guiding government policy in the UK and internationally – something that has been recognised in its REF2014 success.
Globally significant industry partnerships that place Brunel at the cutting edge of engineering innovation, new technology and research into sustainable energy have driven the university’s success in REF2014.
Brunel’s sports science research is the 5th best in the country, according to the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014.
Giving academics the time to develop their research projects was central to Brunel University London’s success in REF2014.
Brunel has been recognised for its quality of research in engineering – recording the third largest submission among London universities in the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014.