Research Impact: Solutions to Worldwide Problems

Brunel has stood by the words of its Royal Charter – to pursue “research and enterprise for the benefit of individual and society” – since the University’s birth in 1966.

Our reputation has been built on groundbreaking work in subjects ranging from engineering to education, science to IT, psychology to law, sociology to business. That reputation has steadily embraced new areas – the performing arts, journalism, environmental science, sport and health – and these too retain that same outward-looking philosophy.

Brunel’s research therefore continues both to increase our understanding of the world about us and also to produce truly life-saving solutions.

 

Excellence in Research LogoExcellence in Research
The University recognises and values its research staff and holds a European Commission HR Excellence in Research award for its commitment to supporting its researchers. Read our action plan and the two year review

 

Brunel receives award for promoting the representation of women in science Athena SWAN Bronze Award
Brunel University has achieved an Athena SWAN Bronze award for its efforts to promote the equal representation of women in science-related subjects.

 

Optimising power generation across the UK

Optimising power generation across the UK

Generating the right amount of power to meet the varying needs of an entire country is a delicate and demanding task. In the UK, the National Grid is responsible for managing electricity generation and transmission. Its object is to balance, from moment to moment, the electricity produced by dozens of different sources with the demand from homes and industry. Among the factors is it has to take into account are... read more

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