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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.

Surrey opens virtual door to space

Space researchers have launched a unique campaign that will enable the public to ‘travel’ to space for the price of a pair of trainers.

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PM highlights Surrey’s leading role in 5G innovation

Prime Minister David Cameron praises Surrey’s leading role in the global 5G revolution.

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Jim Al-Khalili interviews Maggie Aderin-Pocock from ‘The Sky at Night’

The first person to sit in the hot seat of the new ‘Jim Meets…’ series opens up about her career and being a female space scientist in a male-dominated environment.

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Surrey graduate goes to the Oscars

Former Tonmeister student Chris Benstead wins an Academy Award for his work on the 'Gravity' soundtrack.

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Surrey Computing student unearths NHS website hack

Spam content discovered on health services’ flu jab page.

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New stem cell research offers alternative to human and animal cells

Collaboration between the University of Surrey and the University of California @ Irvine (UCI) leads to research breakthrough.

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Professor Gavin Hilson featured in New York Times article

An onlooker gets dangerously close to a large wave

Comment: Why are we mesmerised by danger?

Environmental psychologist Professor David Uzzell writes in The Guardian about risk, peril and our reaction to dangerous events.

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A fresh perspective on emerging economic giants

Surrey alumnus Jim O’Neill introduces the ‘Mint’ countries in a new series on BBC Radio 4.

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