The historically important performance piece The Masque of Augurs was brought back to its original setting at Whitehall's palatial Banqueting House as part of a groundbreaking heritage project.
The €2 million Brunel-led EQUIPT project has pocketed an Outstanding European Health Research Award from the European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Prevention.
It will offer health providers and policy makers across Europe tailor-made figures on how much they can save from investing in tobacco control such as stop smoking schemes.
A novel study shows the best way to hone your sporting technique is not just to watch films of pro players, but watch films that spotlight key actions.
Dr Mary Pat Sullivan, a member of the Ageing Studies Theme in the Institute of Environment, Health and Societies, is among 60 collaborators who have been invited to take up the 2016-2018 residency in The Hub at Wellcome Collection, a flagship space and resource for interdisciplinary projects exploring health and wellbeing.
Scientists at Brunel University London who perfected the first ever grain refiner master alloy for magnesium-aluminium alloys have been honoured.
A cheap simple test could accurately predict the recurrence of a childhood cancer.
With increasing unease about rising debt levels in the UK, Brunel’s Professor of Accounting Robin Jarvis highlights the scale of the challenge for a population facing intolerable social hardship.
A three-year £450,000 cytogenetic study by Brunel University London’s Dr Rhona Anderson will carry out chromosomal analysis of cells from nuclear test veterans and their children.
Researchers will look for any cytogenetic alterations to ascertain if there are any differences between nuclear veteran and control family groups.
Innovative technologies to make automotive components lighter and completely recyclable will be tested under industry conditions as Brunel University London opens its on campus car component research facility – the Advanced Metal Casting Centre (AMCC).
BCAST Director Professor Zhongyun Fan has successfully applied for a further £10m of EPSRC funding to develop the Future Liquid Metal Engineering Hub (The Future LiME Hub). Funding for this £60m initiative will comprise £5m from participating universities and £45m from the public sector in addition to the EPSRC award.