A synthesis of social urban and town planning history
Dr Mark Clapson’s research challenged negative opinions of suburbs and new towns, changing public perceptions.
Adapting stage productions for the screen
John Wyver’s practice-based research explores strategies for the creative adaptation for screen of stage productions.
Agonism and politics theory meets practice
Chantal Mouffe’s insights on agonistic democracy have had a significant impact on political debate, policy and strategy.
Arab media law and policy
Research on Arab countries’ media laws has informed writing about media development in reports by organisations including the UN.
China in Britain: myths and realities
Dr Anne Witchard’s research has offered new insights into understanding how Chinese people are perceived in the UK.
Component-based highly productive software development
By adopting a component-based approach, a novel puzzle game design style and model is introduced.
Cross-national equivalence of skills and qualifications across Europe
This work identifies the difficulties in establishing equivalence of occupational qualifications across the European Union.
Delay cost management in European aviation
Our researchers have a methodology to quantify airline delay management which has been in use since the early 2000s.
Gender, sexuality and social change in China
Our research on women and gender in China has influenced attitudes across a range of international NGOs and legal bodies.
Green freight transport and logistics
Research into green freight transport and logistics has been instrumental in introducing novel techniques and methods.
Incorporating complementary therapies in the NHS
Professor David Peters pioneered the use of complementary medicine in the NHS and his current research continues that legacy.
Low power electronic systems for industry via BMT
The impact of Balanced Model Truncation resulted from groundbreaking work at the Applied DSP and VLSI Research Group.
Media communications policy in Britain
Research has informed several parliamentary inquiries, as well as the Leveson Inquiry and BBC policy-making.
Motion sickness, clinical vestibular diseases and vertigo
Research into the treatment and prevention of motion sickness and vestibular disorders has improved diagnosis and outcomes.
Museums, galleries and the international visitor experience
The quality of information for international visitors to London’s museums and galleries varies enormously.
Online platforms and creative users
Research into digital platforms has led to developments at organisations including the BBC, S4C and the LEGO Group.
Pensions: retirement age, planning and ethnic minorities
Research encompasses a multidisciplinary approach to pensions provision and social policy.
Re-invigorating Chinese medicine as living tradition
Research has contributed to a reinvigoration of interest in a forgotten area of Chinese medicine.
Speaking out on Tibetan politics and international relations
Dibyesh Anand has positively impacted on Tibet's fragile situation within China and in exile in India and in the West.
The Evaluation of Judicial Mediation in Employment Tribunals
The first robust statistical evaluation project on the cost-effectiveness of Judicial Mediation within Employment Tribunals.
The London French: liberty, equality, opportunity
The French have constituted an important presence in London for several centuries, though with variable degrees of ‘visibility’. Despite their increasing profile and contributions, the complex and evolving dynamics of the relationship between London and its French residents remains little researched.
The night-time economy in town and city centres
Research on the evening and night-time economy has contributed to improving the management of these environments.
The response of navies to operational and political needs
Professor Richard Harding’s work has connected him internationally with scholars and navies.
Visual culture, history and memory of Mao's China
Research has opened up a new methodological approach to the study of the Mao era.