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Genes could play a role in tooth decay and gum disease

Publish date: 2019/7/3 07:49 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Tooth decay and gum disease impact on illness and healthcare spending, yet the role of genetics in dental problems is largely unknown. New research led by an international team, including researchers at the University of Bristol, suggests hereditary traits and factors such as obesity, education and personality could play a role in tooth decay and gum disease.
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Scientists hijack bacteria's homing ability

Publish date: 2019/7/3 02:36 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
In a world first, scientists have found a new way to direct stem cells to heart tissue. The findings, led by researchers at the University of Bristol and published in Chemical Science, could radically improve the treatment for cardiovascular disease, which causes more than a quarter of all deaths in the UK (1).
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Dr Chris Sherwin (1962-2017) honoured posthumously by RSPCA

Publish date: 2019/7/2 06:11 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Dr Chris Sherwin, who passed away in 2017, has been honoured with a posthumous Special Recognition Award at the 2019 RSPCA Honours and Awards.
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University of Bristol supports Pride 2019

Publish date: 2019/7/2 06:09 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
It’s that time of year again when staff and students are united together for Bristol Pride, an annual celebration of inclusivity in our city and a positive stance against discrimination.
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Generation and sampling of quantum states of light in a silicon chip

Publish date: 2019/7/2 03:18 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Scientists from the University of Bristol and the Technical University of Denmark have found a promising new way to build the next generation of quantum simulators combining light and silicon micro-chips.
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Changemakers: tackling gender diversity in STEM

Publish date: 2019/7/1 16:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Female secondary school students will be taking part in an event next week [8-12 July] to break down stereotypes and highlight the opportunities available to young women interested in data science-related careers.
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Prestigious Institute of Physics award for Bristol scientist

Publish date: 2019/7/1 16:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Professor Stephen Hayden from the University of Bristol’s School of Physics has been awarded the prestigious Mott Medal from the Institute of Physics (IOP) for his distinguished contributions to condensed matter physics.
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Coffee pots, Lego and red cabbage water turn the spotlight on ‘green chemistry’

Publish date: 2019/7/1 04:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Using light and electricity to activate molecules instead of toxic chemical reagents will enable the sustainable manufacture of next generation medicines and other innovative products, according to scientists.
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The great Bristol shake off - making our world earthquake safe

Publish date: 2019/7/1 03:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Can fake earthquakes help safeguard nuclear reactors against natural disasters? Visitors to this year's Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition will be given the opportunity to find out for themselves thanks to research from the University of Bristol, in collaboration with EDF Energy.
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Some children are more likely to suffer depression long after being bullied

Publish date: 2019/6/30 16:02 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Some young adults who were bullied as a child could have a greater risk of ongoing depression due to a mix of genetic and environmental factors according to a new study from the University of Bristol.
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Bristol to launch MSc in Digital Health

Publish date: 2019/6/28 04:09 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol is planning to launch a new taught masters (MSc) degree in Digital Health, admitting its first students in September 2020, thanks to funding from Health Data Research UK.
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Lack of data on missing migrant children leads to gaps in protection

Publish date: 2019/6/28 02:17 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A new report highlights the need for better data on migrant deaths and disappearances, particularly those of missing migrant children.
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UK-first as £960,000 project explores integration in Bristol

Publish date: 2019/6/27 02:14 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A unique new project led by the University of Bristol has received a £960,000 boost to improve integration across Bristol by exploring how its citizens and communities share spaces and move around the city.
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New public services research centre gets green light

Publish date: 2019/6/26 21:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A new research centre, focusing on public services and welfare reform, will launch in October 2019 thanks to being awarded Legacy Centre Status by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).
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Subjects at the University of Bristol are world-class, new league table confirms

Publish date: 2019/6/26 07:55 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Research and teaching in key areas at the University of Bristol is among the best in the world, according to a new international league table.
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How in times of trouble animals also stand together

Publish date: 2019/6/19 20:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Faced with potential violence from rival factions, dwarf mongoose groupmates pull together and behave more co-operatively, according to a new study by University of Bristol researchers published today [Thursday 20 June].
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Physics Programme offers International Mentoring in Pakistan

Publish date: 2019/6/19 16:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Following the success of the University’s School of Physics’s International Mentoring scheme the programme has been continued to its second year of knowledge sharing with students in Pakistan.
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Bristol ranked in the world's top 50, new league table reveals

Publish date: 2019/6/18 20:54 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol has risen two places to 49th in the QS World University Rankings 2020 released today [19 June].
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Storytelling through music

Publish date: 2019/6/18 02:47 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
There will be classical music floating through the University of Bristol Student’s Union (Bristol SU) today [Tuesday 18 June] when 220 students from 11 local primary schools come together for an orchestra workshop.
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Experience immersive VR documentaries

Publish date: 2019/6/17 17:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A Virtual Realities project will be showcasing three non-fiction works and hosting a discussion panel next Tuesday [25 June] from 5 to 8 pm at the Watershed, Bristol.
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GPs should not use inflammatory marker tests to rule out serious conditions

Publish date: 2019/6/17 16:15 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Blood tests that detect inflammation, known as inflammatory marker tests, are not sensitive enough to rule out serious underlying conditions and GPs should not use them for this purpose, according to researchers from the University of Bristol's Centre for Academic Primary Care, University of Exeter and the National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care West (NIHR CLAHRC West).
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Managing the risk of aggressive dog behaviour

Publish date: 2019/6/17 07:31 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Aggressive behaviour in pet dogs is a serious problem for dog owners across the world, with bite injuries representing a serious risk to both people and other dogs. New research by the University of Bristol has explored the factors that influence how owners manage aggressive behaviour in their dogs. The study found that clinical animal behaviourists should focus on helping dog owners to feel confident in the effectiveness of the behaviour modification techniques that they recommend and, in thei
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How tides can trigger earthquakes

Publish date: 2019/6/14 07:49 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
An international team of scientists – including a volcanologist from the University of Bristol – have uncovered why underwater earthquakes are linked with the tides.
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Bristol engineering school hosts mentorship event for local black students

Publish date: 2019/6/14 02:36 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Earlier this week, the University of Bristol’s School of Civil, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering (CAME) held a mentorship event for black students from City Academy in Bristol.
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2019 Bristol Teaching Awards winners announced

Publish date: 2019/6/13 05:18 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Nominees, winners and supporters of the 2019 Bristol Teaching Awards gathered in the Great Hall of the Wills Memorial Building yesterday (Wednesday 12 June) to celebrate colleagues' outstanding contributions to teaching, student support and enhancement of the student learning experience.
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30,000 people to visit Bristol for University open days

Publish date: 2019/6/13 04:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Over 30,000 visitors will be attending the University of Bristol’s latest undergraduate open days on Friday and Saturday [14 and 15 June].
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Chronic diseases monitored in primary care could lead to unnecessary testing

Publish date: 2019/6/12 16:05 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Guidelines used by GPs to monitor chronic diseases are based on expert opinion rather than evidence, according to a review of the guidelines by National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) researchers at the University of Bristol. The review, published today [Thursday 13 June] in the British Medical Journal, looked at guidelines for chronic kidney disease, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes, which are monitored through a range of tests in GP surgeries.
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People with mobility issues set to benefit from wearable devices

Publish date: 2019/6/12 16:02 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The lives of thousands of people with mobility issues could be transformed thanks to ground-breaking research by scientists at the University of Bristol.
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Dolphins form friendships through shared interests just like us, study finds

Publish date: 2019/6/12 01:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
When it comes to making friends, it appears dolphins are just like us and form close friendships with other dolphins that have a common interest. The findings, published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B by an international team of researchers from the Universities of Bristol, Zurich and Western Australia, provides further insight into the social habits of these remarkable animals.
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Male victims of domestic abuse face significant barriers to getting help

Publish date: 2019/6/11 16:05 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Men who experience domestic violence and abuse face significant barriers to getting help and access to specialist support services, according to a study by researchers at the University of Bristol's Centre for Academic Primary Care and Centre for Gender and Violence Research published in BMJ Open today [Wednesday 12 June].
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Being a dad is under the spotlight at the University of Bristol

Publish date: 2019/6/11 08:16 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Researchers at the University of Bristol are about to delve deeper into the relationship between dads and their new baby.
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Guardian University Guide 2020

Publish date: 2019/6/10 02:14 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol has been ranked 23rd in The Guardian’s University Guide for 2020.
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Updated statement: Natasha Abrahart

Publish date: 2019/5/30 08:17 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Many will have seen the recent media coverage following the inquest of Natasha Abrahart, a 2nd year student in the School of Physics who took her own life in April 2018.
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Researchers identify how to find best and worse colours for camouflage

Publish date: 2019/5/30 06:23 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Avoiding detection can provide significant survival advantages for prey, predators, or the military. For the first time, scientists from Bristol’s Camo Lab have identified a new method to find the optimal colour to minimize or maximize detectability of a target. The study is published in a Royal Society Interface study.
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Innovation students win prestigious design award from RSA

Publish date: 2019/5/30 01:19 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A team of students from the University of Bristol’s Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship has won a prestigious Student Design Award from the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce).
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Life isn’t over: how best to communicate with people living with dementia

Publish date: 2019/5/29 20:58 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
When Sandie Read was diagnosed with dementia at 57, she felt a mixture of fear, anxiety and depression. Fifteen years later and not only is she offering support to fellow sufferers but she’s also working with researchers to improve the way people communicate and interact with those living with the condition.
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Bristol refreshes International Foundation Programme

Publish date: 2019/5/29 16:05 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol has refreshed its International Foundation Programme (IFP), placing students at the centre and smoothing the way for those with the talent and ambition to progress to undergraduate study.
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$800 million spin-out deal wins global award for University’s Research Commercialisation Team

Publish date: 2019/5/28 04:37 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The sale of a University of Bristol spin-out company working on technology to develop next-generation insulin has won a global award.
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New research shows that mites and ticks are close relatives

Publish date: 2019/5/24 02:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Scientists from the University of Bristol and the Natural History Museum in London have reconstructed the evolutionary history of the chelicerates, the mega-diverse group of 110,000 arthropods that includes spiders, scorpions, mites and ticks.
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Interactive quantum chemistry in virtual reality

Publish date: 2019/5/23 08:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Scientists from the University of Bristol’s Intangible Realities Laboratory (IRL) and ETH Zurich have used virtual reality and artificial intelligence algorithms to learn the details of chemical change.
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Professor Alan Emond awarded highest honour bestowed by Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

Publish date: 2019/5/23 07:13 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Professor Alan Emond from Bristol Medical School has been awarded the highest honour bestowed by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health – the James Spence Medal - for his outstanding contributions to the advancement of paediatric knowledge.
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School choice system is ‘unfair’ to households in areas with fewer choices

Publish date: 2019/5/22 19:42 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The first ever study to assess secondary school choices made across all households in England has shown that the system is unfair to households in areas where they are given fewer options on the application form, with these parents having to make ‘less ambitious’ choices.
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Leaving school earlier could increase the risk of heart disease

Publish date: 2019/5/22 15:30 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Although it has been known for a long time, that education, and socioeconomic position affect health, particularly in later life, there was limited knowledge as to why. New research has found that increased levels of BMI, blood pressure and smoking partly explain why people who left school at an earlier age could be at an increased risk of heart disease.
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Scientists discover the source of new CFC emissions

Publish date: 2019/5/22 10:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Since 2013, annual emissions of a banned chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) have increased by around 7,000 tonnes from eastern China, according to new research published in Nature today [Wednesday 22 May] by an international team of scientists from the UK, South Korea, Japan, USA, Australia and Switzerland.
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African rondavel unveiled to celebrate the Botanic Garden's South Africa collection

Publish date: 2019/5/22 02:38 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
An African rondavel will be unveiled at the University of Bristol Botanic Garden tomorrow [Thursday 23 May] to celebrate the Garden's African heritage and its South Africa display in the Mediterranean climatic region. The thatched African-style hut will be officially opened by Beryl Ferguson, Board Chairperson of the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI).
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LGBT+ Staff Network wins at Bristol Diversity Awards

Publish date: 2019/5/22 02:34 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol’s LGBT+ Staff Network won the Business Award for LGBT+ at the 2019 Bristol Diversity Awards on Saturday.
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The Lost Heroes of DNA

Publish date: 2019/5/22 02:22 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
James Watson and Francis Crick discovered DNA but in fact, they clicked into place the last piece of a huge jigsaw puzzle that other researchers had assembled over decades. A free talk tonight [22 May 6 pm to 7.30 pm] by Professor Gareth Williams, Emeritus Professor of Medicine and Dentistry will tell the story of the discovery of DNA, highlighting some of its lost heroes.
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Cooling baby treatment one of ‘Nation’s Lifesavers’

Publish date: 2019/5/16 00:40 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A University of Bristol researcher who discovered that cooling babies who have suffered a lack of oxygen at birth improves their survival without brain damage in later childhood, is named by Universities UK as one of the ‘Nation’s Lifesavers’.
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Test yourself against real surgeons in a giant game of Operation

Publish date: 2019/5/14 22:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Surgeons from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Bristol Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) will be challenging passers-by to a giant game of Operation in Clifton Down Shopping Centre, Whiteladies Road, on Monday 20 May from 9am-4pm to mark International Clinical Trials Day.
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Help capture historic European Elections for UK’s largest treasure trove of political propaganda

Publish date: 2019/5/14 20:26 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
When the first European Parliament elections were held in June 1979, they were hailed as the world’s first international elections. Under Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, the Conservative Party stated in the opening paragraph of its manifesto that Britain’s future ‘lies unequivocally within the European Community’.
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Better together – University and Max Planck Society showcase leading research collaboration

Publish date: 2019/5/14 03:22 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol and Max Planck Society will be presenting their new ground-breaking research collaboration at the BUILA/DAIA Showcase at the British Embassy in Berlin today [Tuesday 14 May].
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Ground-breaking 5G-enabled tourism experience to be showcased

Publish date: 2019/5/14 01:40 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol's Smart Internet Lab led the team behind the 5G-enabled Tourism Experience Catalyst project that will be showcased at this year's Digital Transformation World in Nice, France [Tuesday 14 - Thursday 16 May].
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Ground-breaking driverless car project showcases vision for a connected transport future

Publish date: 2019/5/13 06:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The multi-organisational team behind the £5.5 million FLOURISH connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) project is today [Monday 13 May] celebrating the completion of three years of collaborative research and development with the launch of its latest findings.
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What happens when your picky toddler becomes a teen?

Publish date: 2019/5/13 04:54 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Toddlers who are picky about their food are not deficient in essential nutrients compared to their peers when they are teenagers.
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University wins award for driverless car infrastructure

Publish date: 2019/5/13 03:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A team at the University of Bristol have won an award for their work on the infrastructure required for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs).
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Antimicrobial Resistance Partnership Hub launched in China

Publish date: 2019/5/13 02:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol along with Peking University and a consortium of partners has launched the ‘UK-China AMR Partnership Program on strategies to reduce the burden of antibiotic resistance in China’.
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Using AI and data science to crack the productivity puzzle at work

Publish date: 2019/5/13 01:16 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The law firm of the future is a step closer thanks to a new partnership between Burges Salmon and the University of Bristol, which will explore how the use of AI and data science can improve productivity.
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£6.6 million for major UK non-communicable disease prevention project

Publish date: 2019/5/10 05:24 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol, in partnership with the Universities of Bath, West of England, Manchester, Reading and Cardiff and Bristol City Council and Greater Manchester Combined Authority, has been awarded £6.6 million by the UK Prevention Research Partnership (UKPRP) to tackle unhealthy urban planning and development linked to non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as heart disease, obesity, poor mental health, cancer and diabetes.
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Bristol Eating Better Awards ‘brings positive change’

Publish date: 2019/5/10 04:36 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A new report by the University of Bristol evaluating Bristol City Council’s Bristol Eating Better Awards, concludes there is significant benefit to both consumers and food businesses in participating in an officially recognised scheme.
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Large number of cats and dogs carry fleas with high levels of bacteria

Publish date: 2019/5/10 02:36 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
As many as one in four cats and one in seven dogs are carrying fleas, and about 11 per cent of these fleas are infected with potentially pathogenic bacteria, according to a large-scale analysis of owned animals in the UK. Flea bites can be painful and can cause allergic reactions in cats and dogs which is why the Big Flea Project findings highlight the need to re-educate pet owners on flea prevention.
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British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship awarded to Bristol historian

Publish date: 2019/5/9 16:15 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Dr Benjamin Pohl, a medievalist from the University of Bristol’s Department of History, is one of 30 UK academics to be awarded a Mid-Career Fellowship from the British Academy.
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Stress in early life could make people more likely to develop depression

Publish date: 2019/5/8 02:48 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
New research by the University of Bristol has found that early life adversity could make an individual more at risk of developing negative thinking, which could lead to major depressive disorder (MDD). The findings provide biological and psychological evidence to support work first proposed in the 1960s.
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Peony garden opens at Botanic Garden

Publish date: 2019/5/8 02:40 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
With medicinal uses and many layers of symbolism peonies are one of the most important plants in Chinese culture. A new peony garden, which is unique to the West Country, will open at the University of Bristol Botanic Garden this Sunday [12 May]. The garden is the first stage of a planned Chinese Culture Garden, an extension of the Chinese Herb Garden, which was unveiled in 2010.
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Bristol academic awarded Future Leaders Fellowship

Publish date: 2019/5/7 03:15 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Dr Adam Perriman from the University of Bristol's School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine has been named as one of the recipients of the UK Research and Innovation's (UKRI) new Future Leaders Fellowships. The initiative, which aims to support the very best early career researchers and innovators to help them tackle global challenges, was announced today [Tuesday 7 May] by Chris Skidmore, Minister of State, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
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Professor George Davey Smith awarded membership of The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences

Publish date: 2019/5/3 03:56 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Professor George Davey Smith has been awarded life membership of The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the most prestigious research institutes in the world, for his scientific and academic achievements in epidemiology.
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Research partnership to improve drought resilience in East Africa receives funding boost

Publish date: 2019/5/1 06:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
An international research partnership, led by the University of Bristol, is one of 15 awarded a total of £7million from the UK Government-funded Challenge-led Grants to help address resilience challenges facing developing countries
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Two academics honoured with Royal Society Fellows

Publish date: 2019/4/17 01:55 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Two University of Bristol academics, Professors George Davey Smith and Michael Kendall, have achieved the rare distinction of being elected Fellows of the world's most eminent scientific academy, the Royal Society, for their exceptional contributions to science.
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Bristol part of €20.8 million study to drive drug discovery for atopic dermatitis and psoriasis

Publish date: 2019/4/11 01:22 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The lives of patients affected by atopic dermatitis and psoriasis could be improved thanks to the start of an EU-funded research project BIOMAP (Biomarkers in Atopic Dermatitis and Psoriasis). The five-year project will address key unmet needs in treating these common inflammatory skin conditions by analysing data from more than 50 000 patients to improve disease understanding, patient care and future therapies.
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£1.1 million project to develop new biodegradable stents

Publish date: 2019/4/9 04:59 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A £1.1 million project to develop biodegradable stents for patients with severe vascular disease, which affects around one million people in the UK, has started thanks to Innovate UK funding. The unique project, a collaboration between the UK-based medical device company Arterius and the Translational Biomedical Research Centre (TBRC) at the University of Bristol, will develop a new type of bioresorbable stent that prevents the complications associated with metal stents.
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Earth’s recovery from mass extinction could take millions of years

Publish date: 2019/4/8 08:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
How long will it take our biosphere to recover from the current climate crisis? It’s a question that makes for a sobering examination of Earth’s ongoing destruction.
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Bristol families continue to give the world unique health information

Publish date: 2019/4/8 01:16 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Bristol's world-renowned Children of the 90s generational health study reached a landmark this week with a first look at new mums and their children in its 2000th published paper.
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Experimental new BBC sci-fi podcast aims to gauge the benefits of listening to natural sounds

Publish date: 2019/4/4 05:19 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Academics from Bristol, Exeter and The Open University have joined forces with BBC Radio 4 on an ambitious national experiment looking at how listening to natural sounds could boost well-being.
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Duke of Kent presents Botanic Garden volunteers with Queen's Award

Publish date: 2019/4/2 23:12 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Volunteers from the University of Bristol Botanic Garden were presented with the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service (QAVS) at a ceremony held at the Garden yesterday [Tuesday 2 April]. The award - the MBE for volunteer groups - was awarded by HRH the Duke of Kent and the Lord Lieutenant of Bristol, Peaches Golding OBE, in recognition of the skill, dedication and enthusiasm of those who help to run and promote the work of the Garden.
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New appointment strengthens Bristol position as world leader in composites

Publish date: 2019/4/2 07:23 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol and the National Composites Centre (NCC) are delighted to welcome Professor Ole Thybo Thomsen as NCC Chair in Composites Design and Manufacturing.
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What are organisations in Bristol doing to help make the city more sustainable?

Publish date: 2019/4/2 07:11 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Researchers from the University of Bristol’s Cabot Institute, in partnership with Bristol City Council and the Bristol City Office, are undertaking a consultation to better understand how public, private and non-profit organisations across our city are contributing to building a more sustainable global future.
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‘Overcoming Barriers: Autism in the Somali community’ film premiere

Publish date: 2019/4/2 05:48 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD) is an internationally recognised day on 2 April every year to raise awareness of the hurdles that people with autism – and others living with autism – face every day. Following research by the University of Bristol, the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and Autism Independence, a film that tells the stories of Bristol-based Somali families affected by autism and the professionals who support them will be premiered tomorrow [Wednesday 3 April].
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Skyrmions could provide next generation data storage

Publish date: 2019/4/1 08:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Scientists at the Universities of Birmingham, Bristol and Colorado, Boulder have moved a step closer to developing the next generation of data storage and processing devices, using an emerging science called skyrmionics.
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Marine heatwave proves devastating to Shark Bay and dolphins, study finds

Publish date: 2019/4/1 07:47 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Dolphin survival and reproductive rates suffered a significant decline following a 2011 marine heatwave affecting around 1,000km of Western Australia’s coastline. The findings, published in Current Biology and representing an international collaboration of researchers and universities, including Zurich and Bristol, have important implications for marine conservation and mitigating the effects of climate change.
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NHS launches digital tool to protect children's health

Publish date: 2019/4/1 07:41 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A world-leading system which will provide a "major boost" to children's health and safety was launched today [Monday 1 April].
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Bristol mathematician cracks Diophantine puzzle

Publish date: 2019/4/1 06:25 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A mathematician from the University of Bristol has found a solution to part of a 64-year old mathematical problem – expressing the number 33 as the sum of three cubes.
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Inaugural Bristol Forum launches to turn ideas into action

Publish date: 2019/3/29 08:26 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
City leaders gathered today [29 March] with academics, businesses, community groups, students and others from the public and private sector to lay foundations for solving some of the city’s most pressing challenges.
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Untangling the evolution of feeding strategies in ancient crocodiles

Publish date: 2019/3/29 05:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Ancient aquatic crocodiles fed on softer and smaller prey than their modern counterparts and the evolution of skull shape and function allowed them to spread into new habitats, reveal paleobiology researchers from the University of Bristol and UCL.
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Researchers awarded €4 million in European Research Council grants

Publish date: 2019/3/28 07:25 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Two senior researchers from the University of Bristol have been awarded over €4 million in European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grants in recognition of their ‘excellent science’ and potentially ground-breaking research.
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Bristol selected to advise energy industry on safety of nuclear equipment

Publish date: 2019/3/28 03:10 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol has signed a Memorandum of Understanding to work with major national and international players in the energy market to ensure that all nuclear equipment meets required standards.
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Medieval myths: the story behind Walsall’s wonderous wooden wands

Publish date: 2019/3/28 03:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The mysterious origins of the Bayard’s Colts – a collection of 17 ceremonial wooden clubs dating back to the 1400s – will be explored at the Walsall Leather Museum on Wednesday 3 April (7.30pm-9pm).
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Bristol part of new National Centre of Excellence for IoT Systems Cybersecurity

Publish date: 2019/3/27 17:01 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol is to work alongside other leading universities and industry partners as part of a new government initiative to position the nation as a world leader in tackling cyber threats.
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New Max Planck-Bristol Centre for Minimal Biology launched

Publish date: 2019/3/26 23:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Building stripped-down versions of life using protocells, genome delivery systems and synthetic cytoskeletons comprise some of the groundbreaking research due to take place at a new Centre launched at the University of Bristol today [Wednesday 27 March]. The Max Planck-Bristol Centre for Minimal Biology, a partnership between the University of Bristol and the Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science (MPG) in Germany, aims to advance the future of health and medicine by understanding the
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‘Nightmarish’ antlions’ spiral digging techniques create effective and deadly traps

Publish date: 2019/3/26 17:15 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A team of biologists and physicists, led by the University of Bristol, have uncovered new insights into how antlions – one of the fiercest and most terrifying predators in the insect kingdom – build their deadly pit traps.
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Bristol academic discovers ancient royal charter of King John

Publish date: 2019/3/25 17:15 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A rare, original royal charter from the first year of King John’s reign has been discovered in Durham by a medieval historian from the University of Bristol.
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Landmark £1 million donation to boost Bristol’s research in Africa

Publish date: 2019/3/22 05:35 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol has received a landmark £1 million donation to further its research activity and impact in Africa.
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Volcano cliffs can affect monitoring data, study finds

Publish date: 2019/3/22 03:46 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
New research led by the University of East Anglia (UEA) and co-authored by the University of Bristol reveals that sharp variations of the surface of volcanoes can affect data collected by monitoring equipment.
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Half a billion-year-old fossil reveals the origins of comb jellies

Publish date: 2019/3/21 08:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
One of the ocean’s little known carnivores has been allocated a new place in the evolutionary tree of life after scientists discovered its unmistakable resemblance with other sea-floor dwelling creatures.
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Ambitious plans for digital technologies awarded seed funding

Publish date: 2019/3/21 05:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Plans for a world-leading cyber innovation network and a new creative media hub are one step closer to reality after a successful funding bid led by the University of Bristol in partnership with the region’s universities, businesses and community organisations.
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Risk of miscarriage linked strongly to mother's age and pregnancy history

Publish date: 2019/3/20 16:45 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The risk of miscarriage varies greatly with a woman's age, shows a strong pattern of recurrence, and is increased after some pregnancy complications, finds a study led by the Bristol Medical School and published in The BMJ today [Wednesday 20 March].
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Child and adolescent anxiety could be linked to later alcohol problems

Publish date: 2019/3/20 10:37 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
New research led by the University of Bristol has found some evidence that children and adolescents with higher levels of anxiety may be at greater risk of developing alcohol problems. However, the link between anxiety and later binge drinking and later frequency and quantity of drinking was more inconclusive.
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Senior Researcher wins Hind Rattan award, 2019

Publish date: 2019/3/8 05:19 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Celebrating International Women's day we spoke to Dr Narinder Bansal who explained the work that led her to win the prestigious Indian award.
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Protocells use DNA logic to communicate and compute

Publish date: 2019/3/4 09:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Researchers at the University of Bristol, Eindhoven University of Technology and Microsoft Research have successfully assembled communities of artificial cells that can chemically communicate and perform molecular computations using entrapped DNA logic gates.
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Drinking in pregnancy could affect children’s mental health

Publish date: 2019/3/1 03:08 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
New research led by the University of Bristol has found children whose mothers drink during pregnancy could be at greater risk of mental health problems, particularly anxiety, depression and conduct disorder.
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Immersive documentaries commissioned to research effects of Virtual Reality

Publish date: 2019/2/28 18:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol, University of Bath and the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol), in partnership with Watershed, are delighted to announce the commissioning of three new bold and distinctive VR documentary works.
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£4.9 Million UKRI grant to fund UK Dark Fibre Research Facility for Future Internet Research

Publish date: 2019/2/28 17:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
National Dark Fibre Facility will enable researchers to create the communications technologies to power the future internet.
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