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With leading experts in fields as diverse as health, sciences, engineering, humanities and mobile communications, Surrey academics frequently feature in high-profile media and contribute to global news headlines.

BBC World Service’s The Forum: Do You Know What You’re Eating?

BBC World Service’s The Forum's latest episode talked about whether people actually know what they are eating and Professor Monique discusses what you can learn from food labelling.  

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Daily Mail: British space junk mission uses nets, sails and harpoons to catch dangerous orbital debris

Scientists are working to tackle the growing problem of orbiting debris accumulating in Earth's upper atmosphere. The first experiment will use a net to capture a target in the form of a small CubeSat launched from the main satellite.

 

 

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Huffington Post: 'Smart Wallpaper' Could Power Your House And Internet-Of-Things

Huffington Post: 'Smart Wallpaper' Could Power Your House And Internet-Of-Things

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Metro: Watching paint dry isn’t as pointless as it sounds

Metro: Watching paint dry isn’t as pointless as it sounds

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Independent: Print may become a thing of the past, but there’s a revolution in new technology

Independent: Print may become a thing of the past, but there’s a revolution in new technology

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Professor Jim Al-Khalili

Surrey Professor explores mysteries of our universe on BBC Four

A new two-part series presented by Surrey’s Professor of Theoretical Physics Jim Al-Khalili tackles the biggest subject of all – the beginning and end of our universe.

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