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BSc (Hons) Product Design students investigate ways for smokers and non-smokers to share a cleaner environment.
Katherine Modos, who graduated last year with a first class Honours degree in Food Science, was recently presented with her certificate confirming her new status as a British Citizen.
ESBE's Dept of Applied Sciences has launched a new Centre for Green Process Engineering (CGPE), an emerging area of research that looks at designing sustainable and safe chemical processes.
London South Bank University (LSBU) was proud to host the 2013 Architects for Health (AfH) Resident Student Charette Week and Awards supported by the Mace Group.
Bruce Gilchrist and Jo Joelson asked German artist Gustav Metzger to think about nothing - they extracted data from his encephalogram and used it to carve a block of stone.
The British University in Egypt (BUE) and London South Bank University (LSBU) are pleased to announce that they are planning a range of cooperation activities between the institutions.
A party atmosphere in the Student Centre with young designers demonstrating their products to staff and students from across LSBU.
Product Design student Ramone Edwards co-hosts and curates an exhibition of 100 images as part of a photographic project with 14 Centrepoint residents.
Six 1982 graduates return to LSBU, talk to us about career success and share their experiences with current students.
Masters student employed as a food safety officer by one of the catering companies providing meals for London 2012 athletes.
London South Bank University has received the sought-after accreditation of the Forensic Science Society for its undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Forensic Science.
Prof Mohammad Ghavami launches this year's research seminar series with his presentation "Ultra Wideband Technology and Biomedical Applications".
For many of us here in London, summer 2012 was a summer of sport - that was certainly the case for Donald Buchanan.
Ten students represent London South Bank University and exhibit their work at New Designers 2012.
Bridget Shield, Professor of Acoustics at London South Bank University (LSBU), has become the first female President of the Institute of Acoustics (IOA) in its 38-year history.
LSBU product design students say presenting to professionals was great experience that will help them at interviews for placements and employment.
Research student Misbahu Ladan Mohammed was awarded first prize for his technical excellence and outstanding oral presentation skills in the field of Fluid Separation Processes.
"Making the Every Day Extraordinary"- four LSBU product design students win chance to work with industry professionals at this year's Design Museum event.