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Rhiannon Wakefield with a model in one of her looks

Middlesex fashion designers celebrate reaching award finals in London Fashion Week

Two talented fashion designers from Middlesex have made the finals of a national fashion competition after beating entries from across the UK.

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Simon Earith wins Grammy

Grammy win for former Middlesex University student Simon Earith

Mdx grad Simon Earith is celebrating after winning a Grammy Award for the design of a limited edition Sir Paul McCartney album.

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Middlesex University composer releases Crow-inspired CD

Composer and Middlesex professor of music Benjamin Dwyer is launching his latest CD, inspired by the poetry of former Poet Laureate, Ted Hughes, at a special event in Hendon, north London. <br xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"/>

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The winning team

Student filmmaker wins Royal Television Society award

The Royal Television Society has recognised talented Middlesex student filmmaker Alicia Rovira-Parker with a Student Television Award for her dark comedy The Tale of Two and a Half.

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Professor Brendan Walker using the thrill-o-meter with a baby

Middlesex team make their mark on industry ‘Thrill-O-Meter’ project

A Mdx team have taken part in a first of its kind project, developing a 'Thrill-O-Meter' used to measure a baby’s reaction to various foods for organic baby food company Ella’s Kitchen Brands. 

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David Loxley-Blount

Student composer to get work played by Wills & Kate’s organist

Talented local composer David J Loxley-Blount is having his work performed by a top organist at St Paul’s Knightsbridge after winning the 2013 Choir &amp; Organ Magazine composition competition in partnership with St Albans International Organ Festival.

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Into the Frame

Innovative installation allows viewers to see, hear and feel art

A futuristic installation, which combines fine art with advanced technologies, is set to allow exhibition goers to immerse themselves within a painting, experiencing the textures and sounds of the stormy seascape picture.

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Jan Williams &amp; Maria Kane

University and Mental Health Trust join forces to improve local health and education services

Middlesex University has awarded 'University Affiliated’ status to Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust. The agreement, which was signed at a ceremony at the University on Wednesday 22 January, will enhance the current partnership between the two organisations, demonstrating a strong commitment to education, research and development.

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