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Donate, don’t ditch: election archive needs your political publicity

Publish date: 2017/5/11 20:30 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
With the general election less than a month away, the campaign trail is hotting up and election literature is being produced thick and fast. An archive of election material, believed to be the biggest of its kind in the UK, is urging the public not to throw away any publicity, but to help capture Britain’s political history.
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Bristol Old Vic: The Geraldine Menez Award 2017

Publish date: 2017/5/11 07:53 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A University of Bristol student studying Theatre and Performance Studies has been presented with an award by the Bristol Old Vic Theatre acknowledging outstanding engagement with the University’s Theatre Collection.
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Combining heroin and commonly prescribed non-opioid pain killers leads to a significant rise in overdose deaths

Publish date: 2017/5/11 02:39 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A multi-disciplinary study has shown that the recent substantial increase in prescriptions for two drugs, pregabalin and gabapentin, used widely for a range of neurological disorders is closely correlated with a rise in the number of overdose deaths in England and Wales. These drugs have become drugs of abuse, according to new University of Bristol findings published in Addiction, which highlight that they are especially dangerous when used with heroin or other opioids
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Brexit – its impact on Bristol

Publish date: 2017/5/11 00:41 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
How Bristol addresses the local challenges – and opportunities – brought on by Brexit is the focus of a free public event on Tuesday 23 May bringing experts in immigration, trade, politics and sociology from the Universities of Bristol and West of England together in constructive dialogue with local community leaders, city officials, business people, local charities, and community activists. Mayor Marvin Rees and Vice Chancellor Hugh Brady will be in attendance to welcome participants at the da
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Life expectancy for people with HIV has increased by 10 years in the US and Europe since introduction of antiretroviral

Publish date: 2017/5/10 16:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Life expectancy of 20-year-olds starting treatment for HIV has increased by around a decade in the EU and North America since the introduction of antiretroviral therapy in the mid-1990s, according to a study published in The Lancet HIV. These increases are among treated individuals, and are in addition to dramatic life expectancy improvements that occurred after the introduction of antiretroviral therapy compared with untreated individuals.
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Triple win for Bristol academics at the Royal Society of Chemistry

Publish date: 2017/5/9 07:37 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The Royal Society of Chemistry has honoured three Bristol Chemists for their research.
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Energy efficiency is important to wireless and broadcast networks

Publish date: 2017/5/9 03:58 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
When a digital TV system operates with excess transmit power there is no benefit for either the user or broadcaster. New research has found that by deploying a spatially adaptive broadcast system, broadcast powers can be reduced by up to 35 per cent, reducing carbon emissions and saving money.
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We can’t always believe our eyes

Publish date: 2017/5/9 03:35 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A blue plaque to commemorate the life and work of a great interdisciplinary thinker, whose interest was in visual illusion and what these revealed about human perception, will be unveiled tomorrow [Wednesday 10 May]. Bristol Vision Institute (BVI) at the University of Bristol will unveil the plaque to honour Professor Richard Gregory, a leading Bristol academic and psychologist.
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Witness speed and academic clout collide

Publish date: 2017/5/8 07:53 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
This Friday afternoon the Bristol public are invited to immerse themselves in a wealth of cutting-edge local research with a dynamic and interactive showcase followed by a fast and furious Three-Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition.
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Professor Peter Wells CBE, 1936-2017

Publish date: 2017/5/5 07:44 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Peter Wells CBE, Emeritus Professor of the School of Clinical Sciences has died. Emeritus Professor of the School of Clinical Sciences, Alan W Preece offers a tribute.
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New research shows growth of East Antarctic Ice Sheet was less than previously suggested

Publish date: 2017/5/5 05:51 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Scientists have known for over a decade that the West Antarctic Ice Sheet has been losing mass and contributing to sea level rise.
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University of Bristol appoints new Director of External Relations

Publish date: 2017/5/5 03:44 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol has appointed a new Director of External Relations to support the delivery of its new strategy.
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Four Bristol scientists elected as new Fellows of the Royal Society

Publish date: 2017/5/5 02:49 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Four University of Bristol academics have achieved the rare distinction of being elected Fellows of the world’s most eminent and oldest scientific academy in continuous existence, the Royal Society.
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Clinical trial discovers new way to prevent children with arthritis and eye disease losing their sight

Publish date: 2017/5/5 02:31 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A new drug combination that could help thousands of children with arthritis and prevent them from serious complications, including blindness, has been discovered by researchers and thanks to a trial funded by Arthritis Research UK and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).
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Creating the next generation of innovators and entrepreneurs

Publish date: 2017/5/5 01:08 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A cable car for Bristol, interactive entertainment at bus stops and creating designs for the interiors of driverless cars to encourage engagement and trust are just some of the ideas innovation students from the University of Bristol have come up with as part of their new course.
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Puppy-power: students take time-out with canine companions

Publish date: 2017/5/4 05:01 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
This week a pop-up puppy room was stationed at the University of Bristol, offering students some light relief from life and study.
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Research sheds new light on ‘world’s oldest animal fossils’

Publish date: 2017/5/3 16:01 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A team of researchers, led by the University of Bristol, has uncovered that ancient fossils, thought to be some of the world’s earliest examples of animal remains, could in fact belong to other groups such as algae.
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Fish step up to lead when predators are near

Publish date: 2017/5/3 11:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Researchers from the University of Bristol have discovered that some fish within a shoal take on the responsibilities of leader when they are under threat from predators.
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Undergraduate researcher finds new fossil sites around Bristol Parkway Station

Publish date: 2017/5/3 05:49 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Sites around Bristol Parkway Station have produced an unexpected fossil haul – the first sea lily and squid remains from the British Triassic period.
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UK health spending needs to grow faster than GDP

Publish date: 2017/5/3 04:59 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The NHS is frequently in the news about its ongoing funding crisis. New research suggests demand for health services is set to continue to grow faster than GDP per head in all developed countries around the world. Along with a paper about the J-value model for life-expectancy growth in industrialised countries, the research establishes a reason why people in the UK will want to spend an increasing fraction of their income on health services.
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Oxford-Bristol South West Nuclear Hub meet French Ambassador to the UK

Publish date: 2017/5/3 02:18 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The French Ambassador to the UK, Her Excellency Mme Sylvie-Agnes Bermann, visited the Hinkley Point C site in April, alongside a Franco-British delegation including Mr Vincent de Rivaz CBE, CEO of EDF Energy.
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Professor Edward Braun, 1936-2017

Publish date: 2017/5/3 02:11 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Edward Braun, Emeritus Professor of Drama, has died. Martin White, Emeritus Professor of Theatre, recalls the life and work of a close friend and colleague.
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Lab mice may not be effective models for immunology research

Publish date: 2017/5/3 02:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Laboratory mice may not be effective models for studying immune responses to disease. The research, published in Nature Communications, reveals limitations of laboratory mice as immunological models.
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Bristol Universities call on students to donate rather than ditch unwanted goods

Publish date: 2017/5/2 03:23 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The annual city-wide recycling scheme ‘Bristol Big Give’ has now begun. As end of term nears, students and city residents are urged to give any unwanted items to charity in order to reduce landfill waste and raise vital funds for charity work.
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Study finds primary school children get less active with age

Publish date: 2017/4/27 20:30 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
There is an age-related decline in children’s physical activity levels as they progress through primary school, according to a British Heart Foundation-funded study.
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Birdsong: An evening chorus

Publish date: 2017/4/27 17:00 Posted by University of Bristol events
24 May 2017, Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
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Emeritus Professor Peter Warren elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Publish date: 2017/4/27 06:54 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Peter Warren, Emeritus Professor and former Pro Vice-Chancellor at the University of Bristol, has been elected as a Foreign Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
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School students ‘graduate’ from unique university taster course

Publish date: 2017/4/27 05:37 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Over 700 students from schools and colleges across the Bristol area have ‘graduated’ from a unique scheme which gives them an insight into studying at university.
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Diagnosed autism linked to maternal grandmother’s smoking in pregnancy

Publish date: 2017/4/27 03:10 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Scientists from the University of Bristol have looked at all 14,500 participants in Children of the 90s and found that if a girl’s maternal grandmother smoked during pregnancy, the girl is 67 per cent more likely to display certain traits linked to autism, such as poor social communication skills and repetitive behaviours.
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University of Bristol climbs Complete University Guide 2018 league table

Publish date: 2017/4/26 01:37 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol has been ranked 17th in the Complete University Guide – a rise of seven places this year.
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New design tool to enable global roaming smart phones

Publish date: 2017/4/26 01:27 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Wireless communications is a technology that is used every day. Across society, there is a move away from using the internet on desktop computers and towards smartphones, tablets and laptops. Engineers at the University of Bristol have developed a novel radio frequency (RF) design tool that will speed up the design of tuneable wireless devices and will enable smartphones to roam internationally.
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The Richmond Lectures: Why disability rights should matter to everyone

Publish date: 2017/4/25 17:00 Posted by University of Bristol events
3 May 2017, Anson Rooms, Bristol SU, Queen's Road
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Students' shining success in Royal Academy of Engineering Awards

Publish date: 2017/4/25 07:01 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Ten engineering students from the University of Bristol have achieved outstanding success in two Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) schemes designed to promote innovation and leadership.
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Bristol Mayor imparts powers of political persuasion to local students

Publish date: 2017/4/25 03:51 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
This week, Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees visited the University of Bristol to give a guest lecture as part of a dynamic third-year course entitled ‘How to win a political argument’.
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University of Bristol welcomes secure funding for EU students

Publish date: 2017/4/25 02:35 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
University of Bristol Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Hugh Brady, has welcomed the announcement that EU students applying to start courses at English universities in the 2018-19 academic year will remain eligible for financial support.
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GPs needed to teach tomorrow’s doctors – new campaign launched

Publish date: 2017/4/25 02:19 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol is involved in teaching the next generation of doctors and has launched today [25 April] a new campaign to get practising GPs to ‘step up and teach’.
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Greenhouse gas removal in the land sector – addressing the gaps

Publish date: 2017/4/21 07:35 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A University of Bristol academic will lead one of seven topic-specific projects announced yesterday by NERC as part of a £8.6million research programme which will investigate ways to remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere to counteract global warming.
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£1.7million investment for Bristol cereal genomics group

Publish date: 2017/4/21 01:58 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol has been awarded £1.7 million by the UK Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) as part of a major investment in the UK’s bioeconomy totalling £77.9 million.
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Bristol marches for science

Publish date: 2017/4/20 02:27 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
On Saturday, April 22 thousands of Bristol supporters of science – from students, to famous names from science and television - will take to the streets to add their weight to a worldwide movement of marches taking place in celebration of the vital role scientific evidence plays in everyday life.
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Tim Pigott-Smith OBE, 1946-2017

Publish date: 2017/4/19 03:54 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Bristol alumnus Tim Pigott-Smith (BA Drama 1967), an acclaimed stage, film and television actor, has died at the age of 70.
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Banned industrial solvent sheds new light on methane mystery

Publish date: 2017/4/17 12:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Since 2007, scientists have been searching to find the cause of a sudden and unexpected global rise in atmospheric methane, a potent greenhouse gas, following almost a decade in which concentrations had stayed relatively constant.
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Beauty and the bee: one student’s mission to draw attention to the power of pollinators

Publish date: 2017/4/13 07:23 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A University of Bristol student has embarked on a mission to paint and draw some of the 270 species of bee in the UK, thanks to an award from the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew.
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Proof that magnesium could prevent fractures

Publish date: 2017/4/12 18:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Magnesium could hold the key to preventing one of the most preventable causes of disability in middle-aged to elderly people, according to new research led by academics at the Universities of Bristol and Eastern Finland.
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Professional award for Security Services

Publish date: 2017/4/12 07:58 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University’s Security Services team has won an award from the Association of University Chief Security Officers (AUCSO).
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Two in five GPs to “quit within five years”: large-scale survey exposes severity of impending GP shortfall

Publish date: 2017/4/12 06:29 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Around two in every five GPs in the South West have said they intend to quit within the next five years, exposing the magnitude of the region’s impending healthcare crisis suggesting that the picture for the UK may be particularly challenging, according to a new BMJ Open study co-authored by Professor Chris Salisbury at the University of Bristol.
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Bristol researchers mimic nature with creation of ‘molecular assembly line’

Publish date: 2017/4/12 02:56 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A team of researchers from the University of Bristol has developed a process to create molecules which resemble some of the most complex and important found in nature.
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Come and snap the Bristol crocodile this weekend

Publish date: 2017/4/11 09:07 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Quilts in jewelled colours, stained glass sailing boats, a bronze Rambeaux with attitude, calligraphy inspired ceramics, and quirky foliage sculptures, are just a few of the highlights of this year’s University of Bristol Botanic Garden Sculpture Festival and Quilting Exhibition.
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From the lab to your local: Bristol’s biggest science festival to return to city pubs

Publish date: 2017/4/11 05:44 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The world's largest festival of science is returning to Bristol’s watering holes next month. From 15 to 17 May, punters will be able to raise a glass (as well as their IQ) with a series of easy-going sessions, which bring ground-breaking research from the lab to your local.
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Fantastic eggs and where to find them

Publish date: 2017/4/11 02:51 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Archaeologists and scientists from the Universities of Bristol and Durham and the British Museum are using cutting edge technology to crack a conundrum surrounding the ancient trade in ostrich eggs.
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Drones collect measurements from a volcanic plume at Volcán de Fuego, Guatemala

Publish date: 2017/4/11 01:46 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A team of volcanologists and engineers from the Universities of Bristol and Cambridge have collected measurements from directly within volcanic clouds, together with visual and thermal images of inaccessible volcano peaks.
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Dame Julia Slingo announced as new Chair of Cabot Institute External Board

Publish date: 2017/4/11 01:31 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Yesterday (April 10), the University of Bristol said a fond farewell to the outgoing Chair of the Cabot Institute External Advisory Board (CIEAB), Sir John Beddington, and warmly welcomed Dame Julia Slingo to the role.
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Bristol partner with Google to deliver next generation video technology

Publish date: 2017/4/10 08:30 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
With increased demands for better quality and more immersive and interactive visual services, video has become the primary driver of the internet. A team of researchers from the Bristol Vision Institute (BVI) at the University of Bristol has received funding under Google's Research Awards program to deliver the next generation of video compression technology.
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Bristol scientists to help heart patients by transforming veins into arteries

Publish date: 2017/4/10 05:33 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Scientists at the University of Bristol are to investigate a new regenerative and tissue engineering technique to improve outcomes for people having heart bypass surgery.
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Bristol to partner in major new UK Housing Evidence Centre

Publish date: 2017/4/6 04:40 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A new national research centre that will advance knowledge of the housing market, provide robust evidence to inform housing policy and practice across the UK, is announced today [6 April] by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation
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The Kevin Elyot Award: A writer’s residency in the Theatre Collection

Publish date: 2017/4/6 03:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Applications are now open for the University of Bristol Theatre Collection’s Kevin Elyot Award 2017 – created in memory of the acclaimed actor and writer.
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University is taking Bristol to Beijing

Publish date: 2017/4/5 23:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol will host a traditional British graduation ceremony - with a Bristol edge - in Beijing this Saturday (8 April).
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University is taking Bristol to Beijing

Publish date: 2017/4/5 23:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol will host a traditional British graduation ceremony - with a Bristol edge - in Beijing this Saturday (8 April).
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Veterinary professionals need to change how they connect with their clients

Publish date: 2017/4/5 05:28 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
When advising on animal health and welfare, veterinarians often struggle to engage with the motivational needs of their clients. New research has shown a change is needed in how veterinarians communicate with and advise animal owners, to promote engagement with their advice and protect the animals in their care.
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Bristol graduates head to China’s Silicon Valley to revolutionise 3D printing

Publish date: 2017/4/5 05:26 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A team of four University of Bristol graduates will take 3D printing to a new level having gained backing from one of the world’s leading hardware accelerators, Hax, in Shenzhen, China.
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Vet School academic to feature on new programme for humans and their dogs

Publish date: 2017/4/5 02:08 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A dog behaviour expert from the University of Bristol’s Vet School is the scientist on a new television series that starts today [Wednesday 5 April], which pits dog owners and their four-legged friends against each other in a series of challenges.
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Aerospace Day to encourage women into engineering

Publish date: 2017/4/4 02:12 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Students from local schools will be at the University of Bristol tomorrow [Wednesday 5 April] for the second Airbus Aerospace Outreach Day to promote aerospace engineering as an exciting and achievable career for women.
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NIHR Bristol Biomedical Research Centre: £21 million research partnership launches

Publish date: 2017/4/3 09:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A £21 million National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) in Bristol will launch this week [3 April]. The research centre, awarded to University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust (UH Bristol) and the University of Bristol by the NIHR, will conduct cutting-edge research to develop new, ground-breaking treatments, diagnostics, prevention and care for patients in a wide range of diseases.
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Microbes on ice sheets produce bioreactive carbon that is exported to downstream ecosystems

Publish date: 2017/4/3 08:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Glaciers and ice sheets have recently been considered significant sources of organic carbon and provide nutrients to downstream marine ecosystems.
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Bristol University to play pivotal role in protecting the country from cyber attack

Publish date: 2017/4/3 06:02 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol has once again been recognised by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and the EPSRC as an Academic Centre for Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACE-CSR).
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Microbial colonisers of Arctic soils are sensitive to future climate change

Publish date: 2017/4/3 06:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A team of researchers from the University of Bristol have recently shown that ecosystems created by melting glaciers in the Arctic are sensitive to climate change and human activity.
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Image analysis addresses harmful algal blooms

Publish date: 2017/4/3 05:20 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Harmful algal blooms are the rapid and uncontrolled growth of algae in either freshwater or marine environments and can cause significant harm to human health, animals, the environment and economies. A team of researchers from the Bristol Vision Institute (BVI) at the University of Bristol has been awarded a major grant by the British Council to produce monitoring and early warning systems for harmful algal blooms (HABs), also known as red tides.
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International award for students building a healthier, more sustainable Bristol

Publish date: 2017/4/3 02:52 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The value of 8,000 Bristol students working with 250 city partners on sustainability engagement has been recognised by a prestigious International Green Gown award.
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University presents a history of China in words and pictures

Publish date: 2017/3/31 01:44 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Images of China from the University of Bristol’s extensive Historical Photographs of China archive have been on display in an exhibition in Chongqing, Sichuan province.
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New book tells how China ended the era of Western domination

Publish date: 2017/3/31 01:08 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Professor Robert Bickers’ new book on China provides a fresh, accessible and comprehensive account of how China overcame foreign domination in the 20th century to go on to become the world’s second largest economy.
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Bristol Psychology Professor appointed Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences

Publish date: 2017/3/30 21:54 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
An academic from the University of Bristol School of Experimental Psychology and the Cabot Institute is among 47 leading social scientists who have been conferred as Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences.
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Bristol enterprise leader named in UK’s top 100

Publish date: 2017/3/29 21:28 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Director of Bristol’s iconic Engine Shed, Nick Sturge, has been announced in the Sunday Times prestigious Maserati 100 index; a list of game-changing entrepreneurs who are disrupting the business world.
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Over €9M in European grants awarded to Bristol academics

Publish date: 2017/3/29 00:51 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The European Research Council (ERC) will award a total of €9M in grants to Bristol academics under its Advanced Grant scheme. These grants support exceptional, professorial-level research leaders in undertaking ground-breaking, high-impact research projects.
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Therapies that target dementia in early stages critical to success

Publish date: 2017/3/28 09:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Targeting dementia in the earlier stages of the condition could be critical for the success of future therapies, say researchers from the University of Bristol, who have found that the very earliest symptoms of dementia might be due to abnormal stability in brain cell connections rather than the death of brain tissue, which comes after.
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From synthetic biology to global health challenges

Publish date: 2017/3/27 22:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol is at the forefront of synthetic biology research, teaching and innovation.
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University of Bristol hosts sports day for 850 local children

Publish date: 2017/3/27 07:58 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
This week a record number of children from 11 local state primary schools are due to join more than 100 student volunteers from the University of Bristol.
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Bristol’s heritage and horticulture revealed

Publish date: 2017/3/27 05:52 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The rich horticultural history and biodiversity of some of Bristol’s most beautiful gardens will be revealed to the public through a series of guided tours and events, starting next month.
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From pigeonholes to the arrow of time: quantum physicist wins prestigious prize

Publish date: 2017/3/26 22:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A professor of physics from the University of Bristol's new Quantum Information Institute has been awarded the prestigious 2016 Cozzarelli Prize for a paper published in the journal, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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No 'weekend admission effect' for the elderly sustaining broken hips in the NHS

Publish date: 2017/3/26 21:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
New research has found NHS patients admitted to hospital at the weekend with a hip fracture are at no greater risk of death compared to weekdays. In fact, the risk of death during the hospital stay was lower at the weekend than in the week. Only a delay to surgery; undergoing surgery on a Sunday, when provision for operations in many hospitals is less, being discharged from hospital on a Sunday; or out of hours were associated with an increased risk of death at 30 days.
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Major breakthrough in the manufacture of red blood cells

Publish date: 2017/3/23 23:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Researchers have generated the first immortalised cell lines which allow more efficient manufacture of red blood cells. The team, from the University of Bristol and NHS Blood and Transplant, were able to manufacture red blood cells in a more efficient scale than was previously possible.
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Reaction to Supreme Court decision on minimum income immigration rule

Publish date: 2017/3/23 23:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Academics from the University of Bristol’s newly formed Institute for Migration and Mobility Studies have expressed disappointment at last month’s ruling by the Supreme Court which decided the minimum income immigration rule is lawful.
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Engineers ping pong in aid of Comic Relief

Publish date: 2017/3/23 22:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Engineers from the University of Bristol are getting ready to don their red noses and ping pong in aid of Comic Relief.
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Is there a link between telomere length and cancer?

Publish date: 2017/3/22 23:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Telomeres are regions of repetitive DNA at the end of human chromosomes, which protect the end of the chromosome from damage. Whilst shorter telomeres are hypothesized biological markers of older age and have been linked to many diseases, including cancer and cardiovascular diseases, whether these associations are causal is unknown.
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Ground-breaking fossilised tissue reveals the gradual evolution of crouched legs in birds

Publish date: 2017/3/22 03:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Living birds have a more crouched leg posture compared to their dinosaurian ancestors, which generally are thought to have moved with straighter limbs - similar to the postures of humans.
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Nobel Prize winner installed as Chancellor of the University of Bristol

Publish date: 2017/3/21 22:30 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Sir Paul Nurse, a Nobel Prize-winning scientist and former President of the Royal Society, will today [22 March] be installed as Chancellor of the University of Bristol.
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Scientists look to AI for help in peer review

Publish date: 2017/3/21 06:32 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Peer review is a cornerstone of the scientific publishing process but could artificial intelligence help with the process? Computer scientists from the University of Bristol have reviewed how state-of-the-art tools from machine learning and artificial intelligence are already helping to automate parts of the academic peer-review process.
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Researchers to create biomimetic forebrain for 3D-printed robot hands

Publish date: 2017/3/21 05:55 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A team of researchers is to develop a biomimetic forebrain for controlling 3D-printed robot hands with a sense of touch. They aim to create a biomimetic forebrain based on computer modelling of a mammal’s neural system that communicates touch in humans and animals, and use this to perform general manipulation tasks in robots.
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Bristol students to get a unique view on Monteverdi

Publish date: 2017/3/21 04:47 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Bristol Plays Music and the University of Bristol are joining forces to present a unique symposium on Renaissance music and the life and work of the composer Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643).
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Bristol celebrates ten years of the ERC

Publish date: 2017/3/15 09:38 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
It may not be immediately apparent what volcanoes, artificial intelligence and the Arctic all have in common. Yet they are all subjects of ground-breaking University of Bristol research which was celebrated this week at an event to commemorate 10 years of the European Research Council.
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Students’ 10 hour extreme sports day aims to raise £14,000

Publish date: 2017/3/15 05:10 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Hundreds of University of Bristol students will take part in an ‘extreme sports day’ tomorrow [16 March], undertaking some tough challenges over 10 hours for charity.
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Bristol scientist to put questions at government policy event

Publish date: 2017/3/15 02:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Dr Oliver Payton, Senior Research Associate in the Department of Engineering Mathematics, is taking part in Voice of the Future 2017, a science policy event, at the Houses of Parliament today [15 March].
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Natural measures to prevent floods valuable but not ‘a silver bullet’

Publish date: 2017/3/14 17:05 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Natural measures to manage flooding from rivers can play a valuable role in flood prevention, but a lack of monitoring means their true potential remains unclear, researchers say.
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How are we still alive?

Publish date: 2017/3/14 17:00 Posted by University of Bristol events
28 March 2017, Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building, Queen's Road, Bristol, BS8 1RJ
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Design - the world's first universal language

Publish date: 2017/3/14 17:00 Posted by University of Bristol events
23 March 2017, Wills Conference Centre, Wills Hall, Stoke Bishop
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Monsters, maniacs, or ordinary people?

Publish date: 2017/3/14 17:00 Posted by University of Bristol events
23 March 2017, Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building, Queen's Road, Bristol, BS8 1RJ
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Don't kiss and tell: The secrets of oral disease

Publish date: 2017/3/14 17:00 Posted by University of Bristol events
28 March 2017, The Orangery, Goldney Hall, Lower Clifton Hill, Clifton, Bristol BS8 1BH
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Antibiotics not effective for clinically infected eczema in children

Publish date: 2017/3/14 06:15 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Estimates suggest that 40 per cent of eczema flares are treated with topical antibiotics, but findings from a study involving academics from the University of Bristol’s Centre for Academic Primary Care, suggest there is no meaningful benefit from the use of either oral or topical antibiotics for milder clinically infected eczema in children.
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One of the biggest sporting events in the South West is coming to Bristol

Publish date: 2017/3/14 05:28 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
One of the biggest sporting events in the South West gets underway on Thursday [16 March] as Bristol’s two universities battle it out to be crowned Varsity champions 2017.
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Researchers to develop ‘wearable’ robotic tools for surgery

Publish date: 2017/3/14 04:32 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A collaborative team of researchers is to develop a wearable robotic system for minimally invasive surgery, also known as keyhole surgery, that will offer surgeons natural and dexterous movement as well as the ability to ‘sense’, ‘see’, control and safely navigate through the surgical environment.
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Bristol’s Brad Evans gets under the skin in Russell Brand’s new podcast

Publish date: 2017/3/14 02:39 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Dr Brad Evans, from the University of Bristol’s School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies and Founder and Director of the Histories of Violence project, has been discussing the politics of violence with Russell Brand as the first guest on his new podcast, Under the Skin.
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Young adults on the verge of a gambling habit

Publish date: 2017/3/14 00:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Young males and people who use drink or drugs are at greater risk of developing a gambling habit, according to new research from the University of Bristol. Experts say it is an indication of an area that needs more attention if primary care services are to help those in need.
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