Read our Brighton Futures publication to find out more about how our research and enterprise activity builds better futures in ways that are connected, creative, healthy, radical and responsible.
Our Radical Futures consider, among other things, how narrative studies and critical theory make changes at the roots of political thinking. In Responsible Futures, we highlight the university’s work to better understand the planet’s water, how we advocate for fair treatment in health care, and get a rare glimpse into zero gravity testing. In Connected Futures, we examine the roles of digital advances, photographic archiving and human interactivity. Healthy Futures features investigations that put patients and communities at the heart of our research and enterprise, while our Creative Futures consider creativity for wellbeing, digital storytelling and the physical process of drawing.
We hope you enjoy this small selection of the rich and varied research and enterprise work that continues to develop at the University of Brighton.