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Making Bristol a Living Wage City

Publish date: 2020/1/14 06:12 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A coalition of employers in Bristol, including the University of Bristol, has been formally recognised by the Living Wage Foundation for their work to make Bristol a Living Wage City, the largest city in the UK to achieve this new status.
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Accelerated speed of discovery could lead to more effective smoking cessation aids

Publish date: 2020/1/13 02:31 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
As smokers know all too well, nicotine is highly addictive. It’s hard to quit smoking, a habit that claims the lives of more than seven million people each year.
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Pioneering tool to manage media industry’s digital carbon footprint

Publish date: 2020/1/12 17:01 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A collaboration between computer scientists at the University of Bristol and nine major media companies, including ITV and BBC, will help the media industry understand and manage the significant carbon impacts of digital content.
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Sustainable student start-up raises £2.35 million in seed funding

Publish date: 2020/1/10 08:18 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A group of University of Bristol alumni have secured £2.35 million in seed funding to grow and develop their award-winning, climate-crisis-combatting farming company LettUs Grow, in an investment round led by Longwall Venture Partners LLP.
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Bristol City Fellows to challenge inequalities in city decision making

Publish date: 2020/1/10 06:03 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Four ‘Bristol City Fellows’ have been appointed to lead a series of innovative projects to empower diverse communities to shape the city’s future.
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UK-led team paves the way for a cyber-secure future

Publish date: 2020/1/9 08:25 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
With more of the world’s businesses, governments and general population turning to online services, there has never been a more pressing need to understand and tackle the risk of cyber threats. That need is heightened by the historic lack of an authoritative, universally-agreed body of rigorously tested knowledge, prompting a global team of leading researchers to pool their expertise in a new, open source resource.
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First patient for Parkinson’s disease trial recruited

Publish date: 2020/1/9 06:44 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The first patient has been recruited for a UK-wide trial into tackling one of the most disabling complications of Parkinson's disease, led by the Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Bristol.
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Advisory and academic panels working on Climate Assembly UK includes two Bristol researchers

Publish date: 2020/1/9 02:48 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
As the UK’s first citizens’ assembly on climate change prepares to meet for the first time at the end of January, the two panels of stakeholders and researchers helping to ensure the balance and accuracy of the assembly have been announced.
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Catalytic protocells get zingy

Publish date: 2020/1/8 07:31 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Artificial cells capable of oxygen gas production and chemical signalling have been prepared using a combination of synthetic and biological catalysts through an international collaboration between the University of Bristol and the University of Padua in Italy.
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Research Fellow wins Hind Rattan Award 2020

Publish date: 2020/1/7 06:27 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Dr Bramha Dutt Vishwakarma, Marie Curie Research Fellow in the School of Geographical Sciences, is to receive the Hind Rattan Award 2020 “for outstanding Services, Contributions and Achievements in the field of Environmental Science”.
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Brain tumour research could help future precision medicine

Publish date: 2020/1/7 05:59 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
New research on brain tumours could improve patient diagnosis and treatment options as part of a precision medicine approach. Brain tumours are the leading cause of cancer deaths in children and adults under the age of 40, with 16,000* people in the UK diagnosed with a brain tumour each year.
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Protecting two key regions in Belize could save threatened jaguar, say scientists

Publish date: 2020/1/6 08:15 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Scientists studying one of the largest populations of jaguars in Central Belize have identified several wildlife corridors that should be protected to help the species survival. The study, led by the University of Bristol and the American Museum of Natural History and published in BMC Genetics, provide a new insight into where conservation efforts should be concentrated.
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Researcher and activist receives CBE for 50-year career combatting violence against women

Publish date: 2019/12/27 15:30 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Emerita Professor Gill Hague, from the University of Bristol, has been awarded a CBE in the Queen’s New Year Honours list in recognition of 50 years’ work to combat violence against women.
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First chip-to-chip quantum teleportation harnessing silicon photonic chip fabrication

Publish date: 2019/12/23 09:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The development of technologies which can process information based on the laws of quantum physics are predicted to have profound impacts on modern society.
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Educational video could improve the welfare of millions of broilers

Publish date: 2019/12/23 05:06 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The welfare of millions of broiler chickens could be improved thanks to an educational video to help farmers identify and encourage positive welfare in broilers. The video has been created following collaborative work by The Co-op, their chicken supplier, Two Sisters Food Group, and research partners the University of Bristol and FAI Farms.
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Five Bristol researchers awarded Leverhulme Major Research Fellowships

Publish date: 2019/12/19 07:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Five University of Bristol academics have been awarded Major Research Fellowships from the Leverhulme Trust.
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New archaeological discoveries reveal birch bark tar was used in medieval England

Publish date: 2019/12/19 02:23 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Scientists from the University of Bristol and the British Museum, in collaboration with Oxford Archaeology East and Canterbury Archaeological Trust, have, for the first time, identified the use of birch bark tar in medieval England – the use of which was previously thought to be limited to prehistory.
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University of Bristol wins top award for supporting student social mobility

Publish date: 2019/12/17 22:12 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol’s Sanctuary Scholarship scheme, which offer scholarships to refugee and asylum seekers, won top honours at the recent Student Social Mobility Awards.
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Focus on teenage anxiety may help early identification of those at risk of eating disorders

Publish date: 2019/12/17 17:05 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Teenage girls who experience clinical levels of anxiety could be at greater risk of eating disorders, according to associations identified in a study completed by researchers at the University of Bristol with UCL.
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Bristol discovery reveals tractionless motion is possible

Publish date: 2019/12/16 06:49 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
In an article published in Physical Review Letters, Bristol scientists have answered the fundamental question: “Is it possible to move without exerting force on the environment?”, by describing the tractionless self-propulsion of active matter.
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Catalonia chooses the University of Bristol as new smart city partner

Publish date: 2019/12/16 02:33 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Catalonia’s Minister for Digital Policies and president of the i2CAT Foundation has signed a new partnership with the University of Bristol to advance smart city and 5G research and innovation in their city regions.
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Five key takeaways from the 2019 General Election

Publish date: 2019/12/13 07:58 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The Conservative Party won a historic election victory last night, winning a majority at the expense of Labour. Simon Tormey, Professor of Politics and Dean of Social Sciences and Law at the University of Bristol, reflects on the key things we've learnt from the 2019 General Election.
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Up to two fifths of antibiotic prescriptions in the US could be inappropriate

Publish date: 2019/12/11 16:30 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
As much as two fifths (43 per cent) of antibiotic prescriptions in the United States could be inappropriate, warn researchers highlighted in an editorial by Professor Hay from Bristol Medical School published by The BMJ today [11 December].
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Students embrace the Bristol Big Give Christmas campaign

Publish date: 2019/12/11 02:05 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Students from the University of Bristol FoodBank Society have partnered with the city-wide recycling scheme ‘Bristol Big Give’ for a winter campaign to raise vital money for charity, reduce waste, and combat hunger in the city this winter.
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UK universities will work together to improve research quality and reproducibility

Publish date: 2019/12/10 10:02 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
UK universities will collaborate to improve the quality of UK academic research output. Whilst the UK is at the leading edge of research globally, there is a need to constantly strive to improve in order to retain that positions. Crucially, institutions must produce research that is rigorous, robust and of high-quality, to ensure that the UK retains its reputation for producing world-leading research.
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New paper explains technologies and scientific advances needed to track progress of methane levels in the atmosphere

Publish date: 2019/12/10 08:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Understanding what influences the amount of methane in the atmosphere has been identified by the American Geophysical Union to be one of the foremost challenges in the earth sciences in the coming decades because of methane’s hugely important role in meeting climate warming targets.
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University of Bristol partners with Ben-Gurion University

Publish date: 2019/12/10 03:50 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol has formalised an agreement to collaborate with the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Israel on research and education in Telecommunications Networks, Cyber Security and Artificial Intelligence.
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Conserve now or pay later? New study compares floodplain protection today to predicted future flood losses

Publish date: 2019/12/9 09:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A new study by scientists from The Nature Conservancy (TNC), the University of Bristol and flood analytics company Fathom, seeks to answer an important question related to flooding in the United States – pay now to protect undeveloped areas that are likely to flood in the future or allow developments to go ahead and pay for damage when it occurs.
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£3.5 million donation to create innovative new lecture theatres

Publish date: 2019/12/9 02:22 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A £3.5 million donation will create state-of-the art lecture theatres, able to hold up to 360 people, at the heart of the University of Bristol’s new Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus.
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New festival exploring grief launches in 2020

Publish date: 2019/12/9 00:27 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A new festival to help people talk, think and learn about grief will launch in Bristol next May 2020. Good Grief, Bristol is a week-long festival (11-17 May 2020) that brings together speakers, film screenings, exhibitions, workshops, music, spoken word, a pop-up shop and a Memory Kitchen.
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Probiotics and prebiotics work differently in girls and boys according to piglet study

Publish date: 2019/12/8 23:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Baby boy's and girl's immune systems respond differently to prebiotics and probiotics, according to new research. The paper published in Frontiers in Immunology today [9 December] suggests that differences in male and female immunity begin much earlier than previously thought.
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Celebrating sustainability: growing our campus tree cover

Publish date: 2019/12/6 04:29 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol has pledged to plant 1,600 trees in 2020 as part of its continued effort to take action on climate change.
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Study reveals what factors influence young people's gambling habits

Publish date: 2019/12/4 17:05 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A study has shown that regular weekly gamblers were more likely to be male and had developed habits and patterns of play by age 20. Factors such as the gambling habits of parents and social media use were also found to influence a young person's gambling activity. The in-depth longitudinal study by the University of Bristol's Children of the 90s was commissioned by GambleAware.
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Being active reduces risk of prostate cancer

Publish date: 2019/12/4 17:05 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in the UK*, yet we still don't know all of its causes. The largest ever study to use genetics as a measurement for physical activity to look at its effect on prostate cancer, reveals that being more active reduces the risk of prostate cancer. Over 140,000 men were included in the study, of which, 80,000 had prostate cancer.
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Sleep helps memory, right? Not for eyewitnesses

Publish date: 2019/12/3 17:05 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
New research investigating the effect of sleep on eyewitness memory has found that having a period of sleep, compared to a period of wake, does not improve eyewitness identification accuracy.
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World first as artificial neurons developed to cure chronic diseases

Publish date: 2019/12/3 09:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Artificial neurons on silicon chips that behave just like the real thing have been invented by scientists – a first-of-its-kind achievement with enormous scope for medical devices to cure chronic diseases, such as heart failure, Alzheimer's, and other diseases of neuronal degeneration.
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Opinion poll lessons reveal deficit in Government safety spending

Publish date: 2019/12/3 05:58 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
An updated PolicyBristol briefing has revealed that people's health and safety have been greatly undervalued in the UK for the past 20 years.
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Living Room ‘sanctuary’ space for students celebrates first birthday

Publish date: 2019/12/2 08:46 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
An innovative social space at the University of Bristol, designed to combat isolation and improve work-life balance for students, celebrated its first birthday today [2 December].
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Sounds of the past give new hope for coral reef restoration

Publish date: 2019/11/29 02:55 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Young fish can be drawn to degraded coral reefs by loudspeakers playing the sounds of healthy reefs, according to new research published today [29 November] in Nature Communications.
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Bristol academics elevated to Fellows of the IEEE

Publish date: 2019/11/27 09:08 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Two University of Bristol academics have been elevated to Fellows of the world’s largest and most prestigious professional association for the advancement of technology.
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Animal embryos evolved before animals

Publish date: 2019/11/27 09:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A new study by an international team of researchers, led by scientists from the University of Bristol and Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, has discovered that animal-like embryos evolved long before the first animals appear in the fossil record.
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UK scientists bring innovative vaccine technology to Vietnam

Publish date: 2019/11/27 03:25 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
World-leading vaccine scientists from the University of Bristol are working with one of Vietnam's major vaccine manufacturers, Vabiotech, to share cutting-edge knowledge that could help prevent future global outbreaks of avian flu and rabies.
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Physiotherapy 'postcode lottery' uncovered

Publish date: 2019/11/27 02:55 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The amount of physiotherapy available following hip and knee replacements comes down to a 'postcode lottery' according to new research led by the University of East Anglia in collaboration with the universities of Bristol and Oxford.
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Doctors should avoid co-prescribing benzodiazepines to opioid dependent patients due to increase in overdose death

Publish date: 2019/11/26 12:30 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Doctors should avoid co-prescribing benzodiazepines to opioid dependent patients who are being treated with methadone or buprenorphine, also known as opioid agonist treatment (OAT), due to a three-fold increase in risk of overdose death, according to a study led by researchers at the University of Bristol.
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Schools, parents and grandparents hold key to unlocking China’s obesity problem

Publish date: 2019/11/26 11:05 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Educating parents and grandparents – as well as improving physical activity and the food provided at school – could hold the key to solving China’s obesity pandemic, according to one of the largest trials of childhood obesity prevention in the world.
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Children of abused mothers 50 per cent more likely to have low IQ

Publish date: 2019/11/26 04:01 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Children of women who reported domestic violence in pregnancy or during the first six years of the child's life are almost 50 per cent more likely to have a low IQ at age eight, research has found.
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Changes in oxygen concentrations in our ocean can disrupt fundamental biological cycles

Publish date: 2019/11/25 13:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
New research led by scientists at the University of Bristol has shown that the feedback mechanisms that were thought to keep the marine nitrogen cycle relatively stable over geological time can break down when oxygen levels in the ocean decline significantly.
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Spin-out secures £1.1 million for ground-breaking 'supercharged' cell therapies to treat solid tumours

Publish date: 2019/11/25 03:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A University of Bristol spin-out company has raised £1.1 million in funding to develop next generation cell therapies that could open new ways to treat solid tumours and improve the lives of 18 million people worldwide who are diagnosed with cancer each year.
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Rare medieval manuscript telling the legend of Charlemagne discovered in Dundee

Publish date: 2019/11/22 02:55 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
An academic from the University of Bristol has identified a rare medieval manuscript in Dundee City Archives.
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Million-pound grant for Bristol physicists to investigate matter and anti-matter

Publish date: 2019/11/21 04:41 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol will receive up to £1.1M to research matter and anti-matter as part of a global science experiment that will inform the debate about why the universe survived the Big Bang.
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Women who spend their childhoods in deprived neighbourhoods face an increased risk of intimate partner violence

Publish date: 2019/11/21 00:17 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Women who spend longer periods of their early lives in less affluent neighbourhoods are at greater risk of experiencing violence during their early adulthoods at the hands of their intimate partners, finds a new study published in Epidemiology.
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Would people be willing to give their personal data for research?

Publish date: 2019/11/20 12:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
New research led by the University of Bristol has found that over half of people would be willing to donate their personal data for research to benefit the wider general public.
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New survey reveals 20.3 million people in the UK have a scar

Publish date: 2019/11/20 09:12 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Scarring affects over 20 million people in the UK*, according to a new survey released today by The Scar Free Foundation. Yet the findings reveal that scarring is not talked about enough in our society and there is still a lack of public awareness of the physical – as well as emotional – impact that scarring can have on people. One of the most common causes of scarring is burn injury, with 64,000** children seeking medical treatment in the UK alone last year, and yet it is an area of medical re
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Soft skin-like robots you can put in your pocket

Publish date: 2019/11/20 08:42 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Stretchable skin-like robots that can be rolled up and put in your pocket have been developed by a University of Bristol team using a new way of embedding artificial muscles and electrical adhesion into soft materials.
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Lower income to blame for poorer attainment of children brought up by single mothers

Publish date: 2019/11/19 22:35 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
New research examining the effect of being raised by a single mother reveals lower income and resources has the greatest impact on a child’s development, not poor parenting skills.
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New era for enterprise hub Engine Shed as it appoints new head

Publish date: 2019/11/19 22:19 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Marty Reid has been appointed the new Head of Engine Shed, Bristol’s leading enterprise hub. He will take over the role from Nick Sturge in January 2020.
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Bristol welcomes third cohort of Vice-Chancellor’s Fellows

Publish date: 2019/11/19 01:51 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University’s third cohort of recipients of the Vice-Chancellor’s Fellowships gathered for a welcome lunch yesterday (18 November) with Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Provost Professor Judith Squires and other members of the Executive Team.
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Wales to lead the way in responsible antibiotics use in veterinary surgeries

Publish date: 2019/11/18 06:57 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Wales will soon be leading the way in promoting best practice prescribing of antimicrobials, thanks to a nationwide project launched today [Monday 18 November] on European Antibiotic Awareness Day and the start of World Antibiotic Awareness Week [18–24 November].
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New Chair and Fellowships in Academic Research Quality and Improvement created

Publish date: 2019/11/18 01:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol is delighted to announce the creation of a new Chair of Academic Research Quality and Improvement and six associated Fellowships. The new team will lead work to improve the rigour of scientific research in the UK and beyond, developing and disseminating strategies to improve research quality and training throughout the sector.
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Scientists discover body's protection shield

Publish date: 2019/11/17 23:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Scientists have discovered a way to manipulate the body’s own immune response to help boost tissue repair. The findings, published in Current Biology today [Monday 18 November], reveal a new network of protective factors to shield cells against damage. This discovery, made by University of Bristol researchers, could significantly benefit patients undergoing surgery by speeding recovery times and lowering the risk of complication.
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Man who ‘built’ Minority Report to deliver thought-provoking lecture in Bristol

Publish date: 2019/11/14 08:30 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
This year’s Bristol Vision Institute Richard Gregory Memorial Lecture will be given by multi-award-winning visionary designer and storyteller, Alex McDowell, on Thursday 28 November at the University of Bristol’s Wills Memorial Building.
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Could synthetic molecules provide a general treatment for cystic fibrosis?

Publish date: 2019/11/14 03:20 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A new treatment for lung disease in cystic fibrosis (CF) for which there remains no cure could potentially benefit all patients, according to a University of Bristol study published in Chemical Science. The findings are an important step towards a new therapy addressing the fundamental cause of cystic fibrosis.
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University commits significant funding to research global challenges

Publish date: 2019/11/13 02:56 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol has committed £800,000 from its Quality Related (QR) Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) allocation to support research activities with partners in low and middle income countries.
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Bionic pacemaker slows progression of heart failure

Publish date: 2019/11/12 17:05 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Using brain circuits made in silicon, scientists have alleviated symptoms of heart failure by reinstating the body's natural heart rhythm. This study published in The Journal of Physiology today [Wednesday 13 November] holds great potential for designing more effective pacemakers in the future.
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Some complementary and alternative therapies to treat colic show promise

Publish date: 2019/11/12 08:23 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A review of the evidence on the use of complementary and alternative (CAM) therapies to treat babies with colic has shown some that some treatments - including probiotics, fennel extract and spinal manipulation - do appear to help, but that overall the evidence on the use of these therapies is limited so should be treated with caution.
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New study finds children become less active each year of primary school

Publish date: 2019/11/11 21:45 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A new study from the University of Bristol has revealed a dramatic drop in children’s physical activity levels by the time they finish primary school. Between the ages of six and 11, children lost on average more than an hour of exercise in the week, with an even greater fall on weekends.
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New study finds children become less active each year of primary school

Publish date: 2019/11/11 21:45 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A new study from the University of Bristol has revealed a dramatic drop in children’s physical activity levels by the time they finish primary school. Between the ages of six and 11, children lost on average more than an hour of exercise in the week, with an even greater fall on weekends.
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Donate, don’t ditch: election archive needs your political publicity

Publish date: 2019/11/11 20:11 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
With a historic Christmas general election on the horizon, the campaign trail is hotting up and election literature is flooding through people’s letterboxes in a desperate bid to win votes.
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Professor Elmer Rees, 1941-2019

Publish date: 2019/11/11 11:01 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Professor Elmer Rees CBE, Honorary Visiting Professor and founder of the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research, passed away peacefully on 4 October 2019 after a long period of ill health. His colleague Professor Jon Keating offers this fond remembrance.
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Pioneering new ‘smart needle’ could revolutionise cancer diagnosis

Publish date: 2019/11/11 03:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Scientists have developed a pioneering new technique that can detect and diagnose one of the most common types of cancer within seconds - using light.
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Study looked for links between teenage anxiety and later harmful drinking

Publish date: 2019/11/9 02:43 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Researchers at the University of Bristol have found evidence of an association between generalised anxiety disorder at age 18 and harmful drinking three years later, thanks to the long-term health study Children of the 90s.
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University tower tours raises £38,000 for Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity

Publish date: 2019/11/8 07:51 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Tours of one of Bristol’s tallest and most iconic buildings have raised a fantastic £38,000 towards caring for sick babies and children in the city.
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University of Bristol pledges its support for ex-service veterans

Publish date: 2019/11/7 17:12 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Armed forces veterans will be offered free legal support thanks to an innovative new scheme from the University of Bristol as part of its commitment to those in the military and their families.
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SETsquared ranked top global university business incubator for third time

Publish date: 2019/11/7 06:40 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A national university business incubator, with offices in Bristol’s Engine Shed, has been named as the best in the world for the third time for its outstanding contribution to developing the next generation of UK tech entrepreneurs.
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Technology to offer visitors ‘immersive’ National Trust experience

Publish date: 2019/11/7 04:04 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
How can the sights and sounds of history be brought alive for modern visitors to National Trust properties? Cutting edge technology could provide an answer, so the conservation charity will work with University experts to create new multi-sensory experiences at some of its places in the South West and Wales.
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Banks and other financial services urged to help reduce gambling-related harm

Publish date: 2019/11/6 21:57 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
During Responsible Gambling Week [7 to 13 November], financial services organisations are being called upon to take part in a new programme which looks at how best to help people who are struggling with gambling problems.
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Evidence that tobacco smoking increases risk of depression and schizophrenia

Publish date: 2019/11/5 17:05 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A new study published today [Wednesday 6 November] in Psychological Medicine and led by University of Bristol researchers has found that tobacco smoking may increase your risk of developing depression and schizophrenia.
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University of Bristol wins significant funding for three new National Nuclear User Facilities

Publish date: 2019/11/5 08:10 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol has been awarded around £10 million funding for three National Nuclear User Facility bids covering robotics, microscopy and materials research.
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Free vaccines for dog and cat owners in Lawrence Weston

Publish date: 2019/11/5 04:05 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A free vaccination programme for dogs and cats has been organised by a student-led organisation from the Bristol Veterinary School. The Bristol Paws Project, which aims to help owners and pets that may not otherwise be able to afford veterinary treatments, organised a free vaccination drive last month, and the second set of vaccines will be administered tomorrow [Wednesday 6 November].
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New cyber security guide is the first to gather global expertise

Publish date: 2019/11/5 02:53 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Some of the world’s leading experts in cyber security have pooled their academic and industry insights to produce an authoritative guide that could help organisations to future proof their resources. The guide, the first of its kind, will also help expand the capabilities of those who will be at the forefront of tackling the challenges of an increasingly connected world.
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Animations in Amazonia

Publish date: 2019/11/4 02:43 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A Social Anthropologist from the University of Bristol has been working with the Matses, an indigenous people who live in a very remote area of the Amazon rainforest, to create a series of animated films that aim to raise awareness of their culture and the challenges they face in the 21st century.
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Researchers identify certain gut bacteria that may be involved in causing bowel cancer

Publish date: 2019/11/3 23:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
People who have a certain type of bacteria in their guts may be at greater risk of developing bowel cancer. The findings will be presented by University of Bristol researcher, Dr Kaitlin Wade, at the 2019 NCRI Cancer Conference in Glasgow today [Monday 4 November].
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Discriminating diets of meat-eating dinosaurs

Publish date: 2019/11/3 17:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A big problem with dinosaurs is that there seem to be too many meat-eaters. From studies of modern animals, there is a feeding pyramid, with plants at the bottom, then plant-eaters, and then meat-eaters at the top.
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Theatre Collection acquires oil painting of one of the 20th century’s greatest actresses

Publish date: 2019/11/1 07:31 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol’s Theatre Collection has acquired an oil painting of the renowned actress Dame Peggy Ashcroft by the acclaimed artist Walter Sickert.
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Study shows heavy smoking can have a damaging effect on facial ageing

Publish date: 2019/11/1 07:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Heavy smoking may have a causal effect on facial ageing, according to new research led by the University of Bristol. The study searched across 18,000 traits from the UK Biobank cohort to identify those that may be affected by how heavily someone smokes. As well as recognising several known adverse effects such as on lung health, the research also found heavy smoking could influence appearance.
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Apprenticeship opportunities at the University of Bristol

Publish date: 2019/10/31 09:33 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Over the past two years, the University of Bristol has been reviewing how it can attract and encourage people from a broader range of backgrounds to apply for an apprenticeship opportunity.
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University of Bristol to become hedgehog haven

Publish date: 2019/10/31 08:40 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Spiky visitors to the University of Bristol will receive a warm welcome thanks to a new Hedgehog Friendly Campus campaign.
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Health pioneers celebrated at awards for life-changing chemistry innovations

Publish date: 2019/10/31 08:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
University of Bristol spin-out, Rosa Biotech, was named as one of the most exciting health chemistry innovators in Europe after winning a Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) Emerging Technologies 2019 award for its biosensing platform that mimics the mammalian olfactory (smelling) system. Rosa was one of two innovations to win the award and a share of £80,000 prize.
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Bristol Technology Showcase to shine a light on the fourth industrial revolution

Publish date: 2019/10/24 08:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol is proud to be sponsoring and taking part in this year’s Bristol Technology Showcase, which will take place at Aerospace Bristol on Friday 8 November. The event will shine a spotlight on emerging technologies and themes encompassed in the fourth industrial revolution, with a focus on how they will affect businesses and wider society as a whole.
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£18.5 million boost for South West biosciences

Publish date: 2019/10/24 04:09 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
PhD training across the biosciences has received a massive boost thanks to a £18.5 million funding award from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC, part of UK Research and Innovation) to the University of Bristol-led South West Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership (SWBio DTP).
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Maths puzzle inspires Bristol bridges book

Publish date: 2019/10/24 02:54 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol is delighted to have supported the publication of a book that represents a unique fusion of Bristol’s history, a mathematical puzzle and a walking challenge around the city.
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20th century views and responses to drug use are no longer fit for purpose

Publish date: 2019/10/23 12:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A report from The Lancet calls for a new international approach to drug use – using evidence-based policies, which adapt faster, and respond more humanely and effectively to new drugs and their changing availability and patterns of use.
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Rebel robot helps researchers understand human-machine cooperation

Publish date: 2019/10/22 08:09 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
In a new twist on human-robot research, computer scientists at the University of Bristol have developed a handheld robot that first predicts then frustrates users by rebelling against their plans, thereby demonstrating an understanding of human intention.
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Vet School awarded prestigious American Veterinary Medical Association accreditation

Publish date: 2019/10/22 02:02 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol Veterinary School has been awarded full accreditation of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). Bristol's Veterinary School is now one of only seven veterinary schools with AVMA accreditation in Europe.
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Women ‘less likely to progress at work’ than their male counterparts following childbirth

Publish date: 2019/10/21 21:20 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Women and men experience a ‘large divergence’ in their career paths in the years following childbirth, according to a study following more than 3,500 new parents.
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Scientists reveal how the fossil fuel industry misled the public about climate change

Publish date: 2019/10/21 06:54 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
An international group of scientists has shown that fossil fuel corporations have, for decades, denied the public's right to be accurately informed about climate change by funding efforts to deceive people about the dangers of their product. A report illustrating how the industry "polluted the information landscape" and how the damage could be undone is published today [Monday 21 October].
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New haptic arm places robotics within easy reach

Publish date: 2019/10/19 21:01 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Imagine being able to build and use a robotic device without the need for expensive, specialist kit or skills. That is the vision that researchers from the University of Bristol have turned into reality, creating a lightweight, affordable and simple solution for everyday users.
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Artificial skin creates first ticklish devices

Publish date: 2019/10/19 21:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A new interface developed by researchers in Bristol and Paris takes touch technology to the next level by providing an artificial skin-like membrane for augmenting interactive devices such as phones, wearables or computers.
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Smart Internet Lab and Brigstow Institute collaborate to enable holographic persona at the Simple Things Festival

Publish date: 2019/10/18 07:32 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A unique collaboration by the University of Bristol’s Smart Internet Lab and Brigstow Institute and the Simple Things Festival 2019 will allow festival ticket holders to experience a world premiere artistic performance in a multi-user Virtual Reality (VR) experience.
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Bristol's Children of the 90s backed to continue its 'study of life'

Publish date: 2019/10/18 02:31 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Bristol's Children of the 90s study will be supported for the next five years through an established collaboration between the University of Bristol, the Medical Research Council and The Wellcome Trust.
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