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Doctoral researchers Nadeen Solaiman and Ahmed Sidali from the School of Life Sciences presented their novel findings on DNA damage and cancer at the prestigious international 14th Charles Rodolphe Brupbacher Symposium 2019.

The awards were given after the third year Journalism BA students ran the Voice of London, their own live news website aimed at young Londoners for which they had to produce content and promote it on social media, putting in practice the skills they have learned on the course.

The new dedicated Legal Innovation Zone will focus on enabling law students to work with their peers and a consortium of external tech companies and law firms to develop legal entrepreneurship and technological advancements.

Fifteen final year students from the Fashion Design BA Honours course will show their A/W19 collections at London Fashion Week on Friday 15 February in Ambika P3.

Organised by the Safety, Health and Wellbeing team, the Wellbeing Day 2019 enabled staff and students to learn more about wellbeing as part of a healthy lifestyle. The event took place on Thursday 7 February at the Learning Platform in Marylebone Campus, in conjunction with the national campaign ‘Time to...

From 18-26 January, a group of 15 Westminster students had the incredible opportunity to experience life and enhance their employability in Mumbai as part of the Westminster Working Cultures programme.

Dr Maja Piecyk, Julian Allen and Dr Allan Woodburn from the Transport Studies Group at the School of Architecture and Cities, contributed to a chapter for the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) report on Policies to Extend the Life of Road Assets.

Alexander Shuckburgh, known as Al Shux, a Commercial Music BA, now Music: Production, Performance and Enterprise BA BMus, Westminster graduate, got nominated in this category for the song ‘All the Stars’ featuring Kendrick Lamar and SZA in the film Black Panther.

Two Westminster students who have experience with care will help with the digital strategy and communication of Coram Voice, a renowned Care Leaver organisation.

The Difference Festival, running from 25 February to 1 March, is a week-long series of events highlighting the diverse and innovative learning, teaching and research that takes place in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Westminster.

Mixed Media Fine Art alumnus Matt Dowling, now Founder of Freelancer Club, delivered a talk on the secrets behind running a successful freelance business in the ‘What It Takes to be a freelancer’ event which took place on Tuesday 29 January.

Published today by Penguin-Random House, the book explains how different features of the Earth have directed human history and shaped the modern world we live in.

A total of £96,786 was raised in this year’s 125 Fund student-run telethon campaign, made up entirely of 290 generous donations from the University of Westminster’s alumni community.

The deadline to enter Westminster’s Big Idea Competition, the new contest to showcase students’ entrepreneurial spirit and potential, has been extended to Friday 15 February with a new £2,500 Grand Prize added to the prizes line-up to be won.

The two-year collaborative research project, which has a total budget of £172k, has been identified as being of key strategic importance to help the company grow. The project will use computer security and artificial intelligence techniques and know-how to improve the integrity of sensitive financial data and give the company...

The University of Westminster is offering 30 scholarships to successful students from the UK/EU to start their studies with us in September 2019.

The School of Life Sciences at the University of Westminster have generously donated 40 second-hand microscopes to Kendrick School, a top selective girls’ school in Reading, to enable them to expand their A-Level Biology class and meet syllabus requirements.

Priya Ahluwalia, who graduated from the MA Menswear course at the University of Westminster in June 2018, showed her new collection in Paris last week as part of Adidas ‘MakerLab Presents: Here to Create’ project.

Professor Graham Smith, Professor of Politics and Director of the Centre for the Study of Democracy (CSD), spoke in Parliament about Citizens’ Assemblies on Wednesday 23 January.

Architecture alumna Maria Vergopoulou’s design was among the top three winners for the Dezeen X MINI Living Future Urban Home competition which called on Dezeen readers to design a home for 100 years in the future.

Mahmoud Aldraimli, a PhD researcher from the School of Computer Science and Engineering, successfully led a group of experts to build machine learning models to assist in the prediction of toxicities in breast cancer data.

The University of Westminster will be hosting a Volunteering and Work Experience fair on Wednesday 20 February in the Deep End and the Old Gym, at the Regents Campus, to help students find specific opportunities to get involved with in the volunteering sector.

Mariyam Naufa, a Law LLB student, was recently given the Outstanding Academic Achievement Award by Aspiring Solicitors, as well as being a recipient of the 2018 and 2019 Westminster Excellence Award for her exceptional academic performance.

The University of Westminster, in collaboration with The TechForce, will be hosting ‘Hackers On Tour’ on 18 February with cyber security experts offering their insider knowledge and tips on how to protect you and your business from cyber-attacks.

Dr Marie Polley, co-founder of the Social Prescribing Network and Senior Lecturer in Health Sciences, was invited on Tuesday 8 January to the House of Commons to discuss and brief MPs on social prescribing.

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