Students celebrated Brunel University London’s 50th anniversary year by performing 50 Good Deeds in the local community.
The question of when comedy crosses the line will be central to a debate looking at the relationship between jokes and freedom of speech.
Director of the Institute of Environment, Health and Societies, Professor Susan Jobling, is set for big-screen stardom as she appears alongside Sir David Attenborough and Ben Fogle in - A Plastic Ocean.
As politicians and commentators increasingly focus on the failures of the welfare state, the academic author of a new book focuses on his own family’s experiences to find answers.
As British voters prepare for a referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union, Brunel will ask a panel of experts what so-called Brexit would mean for the future of Higher Education.
A working party looking into the inclusion of placebos in surgical trials has led to a recommendation for greater use of the controversial method by the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Brunel graduate and first-time director Adam Benzine has traded magazine journalism for a shot at the Oscars after spotting a story that was too important not to be told.
A new partnership agreement between Brunel University London and Egypt’s Arab Academy of Science, Technology and Maritime Transport (AAST) will look to build a base for scientific research and increase the potential for staff and student exchanges with the country.