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Still from Banana Land

Animation highlights banana industry human rights violations

Talented animators from Middlesex have created a powerful animation which forms part of the feature length documentary ‘Banana Land’. 

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Geezers Club testing their designs

Retired geezers tackle community engineering project

Artist Loraine Leeson has spear-headed a project to design the UK’s first low-cost, small-scale turbine suitable for slow moving tidal rivers.

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Dancers

Psychologist’s unique alternative to the classroom is YouTube hit

Psychologist Lucy Irving has created a unique way of teaching psychology statistics through a series of dance films.

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Tourism students

Educating future leaders in revenue management

Middlesex University teamed up with universities from across Europe to provide a group of tourism and hospitality students with real-life business challenges introducing them to one of the most important methods of market research.

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Chamber to host Middlesex human rights discussion series

Leading human rights organisation Matrix Chambers will host a series of Middlesex University law talks featuring top human rights experts from both.

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Middlesex staff and students involved in Guantanamo animated short for The Guardian

Animators from Middlesex have helped to create a powerful animated short highlighting the plight of detainees on hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay detention camp.

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Ottoman Empire, BBC/Mike Jackson

Rediscovering the Ottoman Empire

Coinciding with a major BBC three-part series about the Ottoman Empire, Middlesex University is bringing together the series’ makers and a leading human rights expert in Hendon to debate the empire and how it relates to the Middle East in today’s context.

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Tom Dickins

Evolutionary psychologist Tom Dickins joins Middlesex

Professor Tom Dickins has been appointed as a professor of evolutionary psychology at Middlesex University.  <br xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"/>  

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