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July 2015

Jacquie focuses on future of the BBC

Jacquie focuses on future of the BBC

Journalism lecturer Jacquie Hughes has been given the prestigious job of advising the House of Lords on the future of the BBC.

June 2015

Commercial services team strikes gold with Investors in People

Commercial services team strikes gold with Investors in People

Brunel’s commercial services team have been awarded gold, the highest Investors in People accreditation, for their commitment to realising the potential of their employees.

Gala concert to celebrate life in London Borough of Hillingdon

Gala concert to celebrate life in London Borough of Hillingdon

Musicians from across Hillingdon will take part in a special performance of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony at Brunel University London to mark the West London borough’s 50th anniversary.

Students bring a fresh perspective to design

Students bring a fresh perspective to design

More than 100 unique projects were on display as design, engineering and digital media students showcased their bright ideas at the 10th Made in Brunel exhibition.

BBC series goes cuckoo on campus

BBC series goes cuckoo on campus

Stars of the BBC3 comedy series Cuckoo made a splash on campus as scenes for the new series were filmed around Brunel.

Greek Government between a rock and a hard place

Greek Government between a rock and a hard place

Greek election promises have left the debt-ridden country torn between its people and the demands of the Eurozone, Brunel’s Dr Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos told Arise News.

Global taskforce calls for research into everyday chemicals that may cause cancer

Global taskforce calls for research into everyday chemicals that may cause cancer

Fifty chemicals the public is exposed to on a daily basis may trigger cancer when combined, according to new research.

Rise of anti-immigration party changes Danish outlook

Rise of anti-immigration party changes Danish outlook

The rise of Denmark’s anti-immigration party could have repercussions across Europe, according to Brunel’s Martin Hansen.

UK framework for fight against economic crime attracts French interest

UK framework for fight against economic crime attracts French interest

Brunel’s Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos was called to give expert analysis on the unique powers of British authorities in investigating economic crime before France’s Supreme Court.

Magnificent Magna Carta response is something to celebrate

Magnificent Magna Carta response is something to celebrate

A Brunel exhibition to mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta has been praised for successfully bringing the democratic principles upon which it was founded to a new audience.

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