An ambitious new initiative aims to end bullying, discrimination and abuse of athletes by establishing a set of global standards for sport.
Professor Zahir Irani joined a Ministerial delegation in Kazakhstan to build on Brunel’s blossoming relationship with the Central Asian country’s universities.
People on the autistic spectrum may struggle to recognise social cues, unfamiliar people or even someone’s gender because of an inability to interpret changing facial expressions, new research has found.
New research by Dr Matthew Seligmann, Reader in History, at the Department of Politics, History and Law at Brunel University London, says evidence shows the Lusitania had a hidden purpose as a trade protection vessel against attacks on British merchant vessels by German commerce raiding auxiliary cruisers.
When the Banksy mural in Clacton-on-Sea highlighting racism was scrubbed away on the orders of the local council because they thought it was racist, it sparked off some mild amusement at the irony of the local authority’s actions. For Anshuman Mondal the incident highlights the politics of giving and taking offence.
According to a study by Brunel University London’s Health Economics Research Group (HERG), swimming is the individual activity that most people would drop if they faced higher prices.
Patients diagnosed with high blood pressure are given better control of their condition from a physician-pharmacist collaborative intervention than physician management alone, according to new research.
Brunel Professor Peter Beresford OBE has been selected to sit on the Board of Skills for Care, a national strategic body for workforce development in adult social care.
Young people need to be educated about the dangers of sexting - and it’s up to adults to find ways of raising the issue - according to Brunel’s Professor Ian Rivers.