A puppy and bunny room helped University of Westminster students get their minds off the pressures of the exam and deadline period on Wednesday 27 April as part of the Students' Union campaign, Destress week.
BBC reporter and news presenter George Alagiah has been named winner of this year’s prestigious Charles Wheeler Award for Outstanding Contribution to Broadcast Journalism. The Award is made each year in honour of one of the BBC’s most celebrated correspondents, the late Sir Charles Wheeler.
Members of staff from the Centre for Urban Infrastructures in the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment organised a three-day seminar as part of a collaborative agreement with the College of Architecture and Urban Planning at Tongji University, Shanghai.
UK scientists from the University of Westminster’s Faculty of Science and Technology have confirmed that a new blood test can detect if breast cancer has spread to other parts of the body in a research study funded by the charity Against Breast Cancer.
The Smithsonian’s Lemelson Center in association with the University of Westminster held a public forum to discuss the past and future of innovation and creativity at the University’s 309 Regent Street headquarters on 6 April 2016.
The world’s largest health imaging study, led by UK scientists, including members of the University of Westminster and funded by the British Heart Foundation, the Medical Research Council, and the Wellcome Trust has been launched.
The University of Westminster hosted the 13th Annual Schools Science Conference in collaboration with Science4u on Wednesday 20 April 2016 at its Cavendish Campus in central London, with “Science for your Future” being this year’s overarching theme.
Dr Peter Catterall, from the Department of History, Sociology and Criminology, took part in a roundtable discussion on ‘Studied Ambiguity and Empire’ at the New Zealand embassy in Paris earlier this month.
Senior figures from all the main political parties called for citizens to have a greater say over constitutional change in the UK following a pioneering project involving the University of Westminster.