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The work of four researchers from the Ceramics Research Centre at the University of Westminster is currently on display at the Clayarch Gimhae Museum in South Korea until September, as part of a cultural exchange between the two countries.

The Westminster Centre for Resilience provides high quality, evidence based human resilience training, consultancy and evaluation services to the corporate and public sector.

The Department of Computer Science and Westminster Law School have finalised a partnership with Legal Utopia, founded by Westminster student Fraser Matcham.

Award-winning filmmaker and Westminster Professor of Photography Mitra Tabrizian’s debut film Gholam has received outstanding reviews from film critics and has been named Film of the week by The Observer.

Ipsita Roy, Professor in Microbial Biotechnology, delivered a talk at the Tate Modern on the use of bacteria derived plastics for medical applications.

Twenty-five International Business and Management students travelled to Westminster International University in Tashkent (WIUT) for a seven-day study trip funded by the Quintin Hogg Trust.

The Graduate School at the University of Westminster has been awarded £46,219 by The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) to support mental health and wellbeing for postgraduate research students.

Music graduates Amir Amor of Rudimental and Sigala sandwich the UK Official Charts top ten at 1 and 9, a first for the University.

The most recent event from the series ‘disLAB presents’ put the audience through an interactive crisis simulation.

The most recent event from the ‘What it takes’ series, organised by the Alumni team at the University of Westminster, introduced students to the perks and challenges of working in the charity sector through the personal stories of four successful alumni.

A new exhibition by University of Westminster Research Fellow Clare Twomey, which shines light on the people who live and work at the historic Welbeck Estate, is now on display at The Harley Gallery until June.

Azal Nadeem, currently studying the Law LLB Honours course at the University of Westminster, has just been named as one of the six young women making strides in UK politics by the Press Association.

Cutting–edge research led by Dr Michael Newell, Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Nutrition at the University of Westminster, has found that consuming a moderate amount of carbohydrates can enhance performance during longer duration exercises.

An exhibition by Westminster lecturer David Moore, which recreates a 30-year-old photography project, is now on at London Gallery West and will culminate in a theatre piece to be performed on 20 April.

A consortium led by Harrow Council and Westminster's Creative Enterprise Centre won one of 10 grants to begin research on developing a Creative Enterprise Zone in the Wealdstone area of Harrow.

Dr Andreas Aresti, Senior Lecturer in Criminology delivered his speech at St Paul's Cathedral on Wednesday 14 March, in the presence of Her Royal Highness Princess Anne.

The University of Westminster, together with the University of Southampton, University College London and the University of Lancaster are delivering a trial to investigate whether a workforce of ‘parcel porters’ could help to reduce the current demand for kerbside space by delivery vans, in a research collaboration.

Students and supporters of The 125 Fund gathered to celebrate its achievements in a special event, which showcased the impact that the Fund is having on the lives of students through a series of interactive projects and inspiring speeches.

On 14 March, the University of Westminster joined the second annual London Venture Crawl which focused upon entrepreneurial success, visiting innovation centres throughout London.

Dr Andrew Smith, Reader in Tourism and Events at the University of Westminster, will be spending the whole of April at the University of Queensland in Brisbane as part of the W. James Whyte Visiting Research Fellowship.

On Wednesday 7 March 2018, staff and students gathered to celebrate Westminster Working Cultures, which provides students with experience of professional life and culture in international contexts.

Twelve postgraduate students and two staff from the Architecture and Environmental Design MSc course travelled to Sao Paulo, Brazil for a seven-day study trip and exchange with students from the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism at the University of Sao Paulo (FAUUSP).

On 6 March, Westminster Law School hosted a debate with Michael Butterworth, a technology, lawyer at Fieldfisher LLP, to discuss the possibility of robots acquiring legal rights in the future.

Dr Nelson Chong, Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology and expert on circadian and cardiac biology, explained the science behind a ‘broken heart’ at the Love Hurts edition of the Nerd Nite London monthly event.

Dr Peter Bonfield OBE FREng, currently Chief Executive of the BRE Group, has been announced as the next Vice-Chancellor and President of the University.

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