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Middlesex nominated for leading industry awards

Staff at Middlesex University are celebrating after it was shortlisted for two prestigious higher education awards for its student services and library.

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Globe of Dislocation

Time-travelling airship lands at Royal Observatory

Lecturer and designer Wyn Griffiths was commissioned to create a unique up-cycled sculpture of a time-travelling airship and has just seen it unveiled at the Royal Observatory Greenwich.

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Research to reveal extent of family sex abuse

New research will uncover the extent of sexual abuse on children by family members and will look at how victims are identified and helped by child protection services.

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Podcasts reveal depth of research at Middlesex University

Podcasts highlighting excellence in research at Middlesex University have been released as part of the Research Profiles series.

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Roger Kline

The “snowy white peaks” of the NHS

The is increasingly robust evidence that how healthcare staff are treated and diversity in healthcare leadership makes a decisive difference to healthcare and to the well being of healthcare staff.

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Feona Attwood

New porn studies journal launched by Middlesex University academic

The debut issue of the world’s first academic journal dedicated to the critical analysis of pornography has been published.

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Middlesex University flood experts provide advice to government in winter flood aftermath

Three of Middlesex University’s own leading flood experts will help advise Government on  research and development in relation to flood and coastal risk management in the aftermath of this winter’s devastating floods.

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Budding writers inspired at North London Literary Festival

Some of Britain’s most renowned authors, poets and journalists inspired budding writers at the the North London Literary Festival in Hendon last week.

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