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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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Bristol launches collaboration with Institute of Statistical Mathematics in Japan

Publish date: 2019/2/28 09:06 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol’s Jean Golding Institute (JGI) for data science and data-intensive research has announced a new academic and research collaboration with the Institute of Statistical Mathematics (ISM) in Japan.
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Antibiotic prescribing in primary care

Publish date: 2019/2/27 16:45 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
New research on when and how GPs should prescribe antibiotics for common infections is published in The BMJ today [Wednesday 27 February] and is accompanied by an editorial response from the University of Bristol's Centre for Academic Primary Care (CAPC).
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Pioneering trial offers hope for restoring brain cells damaged in Parkinson's

Publish date: 2019/2/26 19:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Results from a pioneering clinical trials programme that delivered an experimental treatment directly to the brain offer hope that it may be possible to restore the cells damaged in Parkinson's.
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History postgraduates enjoy the flexibility of studying part-time

Publish date: 2019/2/26 07:45 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The flexibility of studying part-time was very much in evidence last week when three post-graduates, including one who studied from home in Hong Kong and took part in seminars and supervisions via Skype, received their degrees
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Molecular heaters to boost crop growth thanks to €4.9 million project

Publish date: 2019/2/26 07:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A €4.9 million EU H2020 grant will enable a consortium of researchers from across Europe, to embark on a project called 'Boostcrop'. They will use state-of-the-art experimental and theoretical methodologies to design molecular heaters which will enhance crop growth under cold and freezing stress.
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Experts move one step closer to demystifying the quantum world

Publish date: 2019/2/26 01:56 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The quantum world is notoriously complex, its multiple layers and miniscule components eluding standard analytical approaches.
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Bristol undergraduate reconstructs the skulls of two species of ancient reptile

Publish date: 2019/2/25 06:22 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Using two partially fragmented fossil skulls, a student at the University of Bristol has digitally reconstructed, in three-dimensions, the skulls of two species of ancient reptile that lived in the Late Triassic, one of which had been previously known only from its jaws.
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Diving into Earth’s interior helps scientists unravel secrets of diamond formation

Publish date: 2019/2/22 02:32 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Understanding the global carbon cycle provides scientists with vital clues about the planet’s habitability.
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Half-a-billion-year-old weird wonder worm finally gets its place in the tree of life

Publish date: 2019/2/21 09:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Palaeobiologists from the University of Bristol have shed new light on a jaw-snapping species of prehistoric worm using half-a-billion-year-old fossils kept at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC.
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Honorary degrees awarded at the University of Bristol – Thursday 21 February 2019

Publish date: 2019/2/20 23:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol is awarding honorary degrees to Andy Sheppard, Simon Pugh-Jones MBE and Stephen J. Toope OC, LLD at degree ceremonies taking place today [21 February] in the Wills Memorial Building.
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New degree will train next generation of plant biologists

Publish date: 2019/2/20 18:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A new Plant Sciences degree that will train the next generation of plant researchers to tackle major issues such as global food security for a growing population has been launched by the University of Bristol.
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More older people with depression could benefit from non-drug treatments

Publish date: 2019/2/13 10:01 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Depression is common in older age and with an ageing population how late-life depression is managed will become increasingly important. Researchers from the University of Bristol and University College London (UCL) suggest mental health in later life should be given greater priority by healthcare professionals.
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Artificial Intelligence could help to foil online dating scams

Publish date: 2019/2/12 03:03 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Dating apps and websites could soon use computing algorithms that ‘think’ like humans to pinpoint fake profiles designed to con victims out of thousands of pounds.
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Academy Award-winning actor Jeff Bridges partners with Bristol on environmental education programme

Publish date: 2019/2/12 03:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Academy Award-winning actor and producer Jeff Bridges has partnered with the University of Bristol’s Cabot Institute for the Environment to produce a short film as part of his new educational programme around climate change.
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Mass in Troubled Times – world premiere

Publish date: 2019/2/12 02:06 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The world premiere of a new piece of choral music composed by two academics from the University of Bristol has been broadcast on BBC Radio 3.
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GPs and pharmacists don't have time to involve patients in medication reviews

Publish date: 2019/2/11 22:30 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
GPs and pharmacists struggle to find the time to involve patients in medication reviews, despite National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidance advising them to do so, according to a study by researchers at the University of Bristol's Centre for Academic Primary Care.
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Judith Tyler, 1943-2019

Publish date: 2019/2/11 08:38 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Judith Tyler, one of the first staff members to join the School for Advanced Urban Studies and the former Head of Student Finance, died on 25 January. Randall Smith offers a remembrance.
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Thinking positively during pregnancy? You could be helping your child's ability in maths and science

Publish date: 2019/2/8 02:38 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Your attitude during pregnancy could have an effect on your child's ability in maths and science, according to a new study published by Frontiers in Psychology today.
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Getting to the heart of the matter this Valentine’s Day

Publish date: 2019/2/7 23:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
What are the heart strings? Where is the hole in your heart? How does the blood circulate? See it all before your eyes when a team of anatomists from the University of Bristol’s Centre for Applied Anatomy discuss one of the most important organs in the body - the heart - next week on Valentine’s Day [Thursday 14 February].
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Bristol universities get active at city’s biggest 10k run

Publish date: 2019/2/7 08:42 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
University challenge will take on a whole new meaning this year after the Universities of Bristol and the West of England signed up to encourage staff, students and alumni to get active at the Simplyhealth Great Bristol 10K.
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New climate models suggest that future sea level rise could be much lower than previously feared

Publish date: 2019/2/7 02:44 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Two papers published in Nature this week call into doubt recent predictions of imminent Antarctic ice sheet collapse. They are led by King’s College London and Victoria University of Wellington, and involve colleagues from across the US, Canada, UK and Europe, including the University of Bristol.
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Professor Rosamund Sutherland, 1947-2019

Publish date: 2019/2/7 02:41 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Rosamund Sutherland, Emeritus Professor and former Head of the School of Education, died on 26 January. Andrew Pollard leads this remembrance of an international mathematics educator who promoted social justice in the digital age.
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Deaf moth evolves sound-production as a warning to outwit its predator

Publish date: 2019/2/5 06:23 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A genus of deaf moth has evolved to develop an extraordinary sound-producing structure in its wings to evade its primary predator the bat. The finding, made by researchers from the University of Bristol and Natural History Museum, is described in Scientific Reports today [Tuesday 5 February].
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Bristol break University Challenge record with longest-ever consecutive series run

Publish date: 2019/2/5 02:22 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Last night’s [4 February] quarter-final match saw the University of Bristol team score a breathtaking win against Darwin College Cambridge, the first time since University Challenge began in 1962 that Bristol have won three consecutive matches.
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Giant impacts caused by interplanetary collisions

Publish date: 2019/2/4 09:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Astronomers have found fresh evidence for significant planetary diversity within a single exoplanet system, suggesting that giant high-speed collisions are partly responsible for planetary evolution.
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Scientists from around the world come together for Diamond D-Day

Publish date: 2019/2/4 08:26 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Scientists from around the world visited the University of Bristol last week to hear progress on the important Gallium Nitride (GaN)-on-Diamond microwave technology.
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The University celebrates the Chinese Year of the Pig!

Publish date: 2019/1/31 22:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
There are a variety of performances, workshops and craft activities planned this weekend to celebrate the start of the Lunar New Year!
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£1.3 million funding boost to bridge gap between research and society

Publish date: 2019/1/30 21:37 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Organisations and companies will be able to benefit from a £1.3 million grant awarded to the University of Bristol, to ensure university research can bring maximum benefits to society.
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Centuries lost ‘Bristol Merlin’ uncovered at city’s Central Library

Publish date: 2019/1/30 05:26 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A chance discovery, hidden away in a series of 16th-century books deep in the archive of Bristol Central Library, has revealed original manuscript fragments from the Middle Ages which tell part of the story of Merlin the magician, one of the most famous characters from Arthurian legend.
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Historic milestone as eyesore gets knocked down to make way for new campus

Publish date: 2019/1/30 02:48 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Demolition of Bristol’s most prominent derelict building got underway today – a key and historic milestone in the creation of the University of Bristol’s new campus.
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Bristol researchers share expertise to tackle global challenges

Publish date: 2019/1/29 09:14 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Scientists from the University of Bristol will be sharing their expertise as part of two new £20 million UK Research and Innovation Global Research Hubs funded through the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF).
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Professor Rodney Lowe, 1946-2018

Publish date: 2019/1/29 07:30 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Rodney Lowe, Professor Emeritus of Contemporary British History and Official Historian of the Civil Service, died on 1 December 2018 at the age of 72. Professor Hugh Pemberton offers a remembrance.
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University offers free February bus rides

Publish date: 2019/1/28 06:05 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Commuters and local residents are invited to try out a new Bristol bus service for free, as the University of Bristol offers a free trial on the Unibus U2 service, from Monday 18 February to Friday 22 February.
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A cappella alumni reunite for explosive 5-year anniversary show

Publish date: 2019/1/28 05:35 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Much-loved student a cappella group, The Bristol Suspensions, are set to reunite with five years of alumni for a first of its kind, show-stopping charity concert at Bristol SU’s Anson Rooms [Richmond Building, Saturday 2 February at 7.30pm].
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New kidney research sheds light on harms of certain drugs

Publish date: 2019/1/24 03:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Scientists have identified an enzyme that is a “master regulator” of kidney function that if excessively suppressed, can trigger renal failure. Their findings have implications for the use of existing drugs and the development of new pharmaceuticals.
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League tables ‘punish and reward wrong schools’, new analysis shows

Publish date: 2019/1/23 21:28 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Secondary school league tables, published today [24 January], ‘punish and reward the wrong schools’ by failing to take pupil background into account, according to new research from the University of Bristol.
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Needle and syringe programmes are highly cost-effective at preventing hepatitis C transmission

Publish date: 2019/1/23 18:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Providing clean injecting equipment through needle and syringe programmes is a highly cost-effective way of preventing hepatitis C (HCV) transmission among people who inject drugs and could save millions of pounds in infection treatment costs in the UK, according to research led by the University of Bristol and London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
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Advanced modelling techniques could improve how cities deal with floods

Publish date: 2019/1/23 03:30 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A city’s ability to safeguard the public in the event of a flood could be greatly improved by using scientific practices for emergency plans and involving decision-makers in the process.
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Assessing the airborne survival of bacteria in aerosol droplets from coughs and sneezes

Publish date: 2019/1/22 17:01 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The airborne transmission of diseases including the common cold, influenza and tuberculosis is something that affects everyone with an average sneeze or cough sending around 100,000 contagious germs into the air at speeds of up to 100 miles per hour.
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Researchers warn online GP consultations need careful implementation

Publish date: 2019/1/22 08:12 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The new NHS 10-year plan launched earlier this month [7 January] states all patients in England will have access to a "digital first primary care offer", such as GP online consultations, by 2022/23. Online consultations have the potential to improve patient access and reduce face-to-face contacts, freeing up GP time. But research led by NIHR CLAHRC West and the Centre for Academic Primary Care at the University of Bristol found that unless these systems are carefully implemented, they won’t yiel
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Bird beaks did not adapt to food types as previously thought

Publish date: 2019/1/22 07:26 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A study, led by the University of Bristol, has shed some new light on how the beaks of birds have adapted over time.
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University of Bristol spin-out Ultrahaptics raises £35 million

Publish date: 2018/12/5 05:55 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The world leader in mid-air touch technology, Ultrahaptics today announced fundraising £35 million in an oversubscribed Series C round of investment.
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Enhancing our vision of the past

Publish date: 2018/12/5 05:44 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
An international group of scientists led by researchers from the University of Bristol have advanced our understanding of how ancient animals saw the world by combining the study of fossils and genetics.
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Bristol mathematician awarded €1.8 million to research quantum algorithms

Publish date: 2018/12/5 03:41 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Dr Ashley Montanaro, Reader in Quantum Computation in the University of Bristol's School of Mathematics, has been awarded a European Research Council (ERC) grant for his project ‘Quantum Algorithms from Foundations to Applications’.
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Volcanoes fed by ‘mush’ reservoirs rather than molten magma chambers

Publish date: 2018/12/5 03:17 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Volcanoes are not fed by molten magma formed in large chambers finds a new study, overturning classic ideas about volcanic eruptions.
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University of Bristol graduate blasts off to the International Space Station

Publish date: 2018/12/4 08:45 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Bristol alumnus and NASA astronaut Anne McClain has donned astronaut boots and launched in the Soyuz MS-11 spacecraft yesterday [3 December], on her first mission to the International Space Station (ISS).
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£1 million donation to establish a 'living laboratory' for livestock

Publish date: 2018/12/4 05:57 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A groundbreaking 'living laboratory' for livestock will be established at the Bristol Veterinary School thanks to a £1 million donation from the John Oldacre Foundation. The John Oldacre Centre for Sustainability and Welfare in Dairy Production will tackle the global challenge of ethical food security and train the next generation of vets and agriculturalists to help address the major issues facing agriculture.
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What are the cost-effective implants in hip replacement surgery?

Publish date: 2018/12/4 04:01 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
New research led by the Hip Implant Prosthesis Study (HIPS) team at the University of Bristol Medical School has shown that small-head (less than 36 mm in diameter) cemented metal-on-plastic hip replacements are the most cost-effective in men and women older than 65 years. For adults younger than 65, small-head cemented ceramic-on-plastic hip replacements are more likely to be cost-effective. The study found no evidence that uncemented or hybrid hip replacements are cost-effective options, whi
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Winners of the prizes for the Best Doctoral Research Theses 2017/18

Publish date: 2018/12/4 03:16 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Six Bristol postgraduates have been awarded £500 prizes for the exceptional quality of their research degree theses.
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University of Bristol appoints new Registrar

Publish date: 2018/12/3 22:12 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol has announced the appointment of Lucinda Parr as its new Registrar, responsible for leading its professional, educational, research, student and governance services.
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Requests for emergency contraception could be an important sign of abuse

Publish date: 2018/12/3 18:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Women who experience domestic violence and abuse (DVA) are more than twice as likely to seek emergency contraception as other women, according to a study by National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)-funded researchers at the University of Bristol and Queen Mary University of London, suggesting that requests for emergency contraception could be an important sign of abuse.
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Experts call for changes to the law to tackle food poverty in the UK

Publish date: 2018/11/30 04:57 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Changes to the law could ensure everyone in the UK has the ‘right to food and nutrition’ and help tackle growing levels of poverty and environmental degradation, according to legal experts.
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First UK estimates of children who could have conditions caused by drinking in pregnancy revealed

Publish date: 2018/11/29 17:03 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Up to 17 per cent of children could have symptoms consistent with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) according to new research published today [Friday 30 November] in Preventative Medicine.
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Could 'Iron Man' style suit be the answer to the world's biggest nuclear challenge?

Publish date: 2018/11/29 08:51 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
If wearable technologies are the future, a radioactive-busting robotic suit could represent yet one more dramatic step into the beyond.
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‘Bristol Big Give’ scheme saves record haul in unwanted items

Publish date: 2018/11/29 04:05 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Students involved in this year’s city-wide recycling scheme ‘Bristol Big Give’ have helped to save a record-breaking 205 tonnes of unwanted items from landfill waste, going instead towards raising vital funds for charity.
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University of Bristol supports building a sustainable peace in Colombia

Publish date: 2018/11/29 03:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A team at the University of Bristol is investigating the gendered nature of armed conflict in Colombia in support of the Colombian Truth Commission, which formally launches today, 29 November and aims to address injustices from the war.
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Quantum optics: new tricks needed

Publish date: 2018/11/28 05:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Since the discovery of quantum mechanics, in the early 20th century, physicists have relied on optics to test its fundamentals.
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Scientists inch closer to revealing mysteries of Red Planet

Publish date: 2018/11/28 04:45 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The 300-million-mile journey that culminated in NASA’s InSight landing on Mars this week represents a major scientific coup for all involved, including mission participants from the University of Bristol.
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What goes around comes around: the brain networks of learning, sleeping and struggling

Publish date: 2018/11/28 04:35 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The brain is built from billions of interconnected cells that change their activity patterns thousands of times per second, but somehow manage to stay in synch – most of the time. At a public lecture next week [Wednesday 5 December] the University of Bristol's new Director of Bristol Neuroscience will discuss how brain cells – neurons, co-ordinate information processing to achieve coherent thoughts and memories.
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New psychological intervention proves 'life-changing' for women experiencing domestic abuse

Publish date: 2018/11/27 12:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Training domestic violence and abuse (DVA) advocates to deliver psychological support to women experiencing DVA could significantly improve the health of those affected. In a randomised controlled trial led by researchers from the University of Bristol, women who received the intervention showed reduced symptoms of psychological distress, depression and post-traumatic stress compared to those who received just advocacy.
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Pioneering Bristol study wins national award for enabling scientific discoveries

Publish date: 2018/11/27 09:29 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Bristol's Children of the 90s study has been named 'Biobank of the Year' at a ceremony in London.
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Professor Ian Bond appointed as new Dean for the Faculty of Engineering

Publish date: 2018/11/27 08:16 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University has appointed a new Dean for the Faculty of Engineering. Professor Ian Bond, currently Head of the University’s School of Civil, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, will step up to the new role in August 2019.
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Complex systems help explain how democracy is destabilised

Publish date: 2018/11/27 03:41 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Complex systems theory is usually used to study things like the immune system, global climate, ecosystems, transportation or communications systems.
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Bristol academics named among the most highly cited in global list

Publish date: 2018/11/27 02:53 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Eighteen researchers at the University of Bristol have been named in the annual Highly Cited Researchers 2018 List, which recognises influential researchers around the world.
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Creating rings in natural antibiotic synthesis

Publish date: 2018/11/26 07:30 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Scientists at the University of Bristol have revealed the secrets of the key ring forming cascade in the biosynthesis of a globally used antibiotic. They hope their findings could lead to the development of antibiotics with improved properties and new biocatalysts for the clean and efficient synthesis of medicinally important molecules.
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Research collaboration with mobile tech industry leads to national award

Publish date: 2018/11/23 05:47 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A University of Bristol research collaboration has been awarded one of the highest accolades in the UK deep tech industry, for a new wireless technology that will transform 4G and 5G global roaming capabilities.
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Just like us, giraffes prefer to dine with friends, study finds

Publish date: 2018/11/23 05:13 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
When it comes to meal times in the animal kingdom, giraffes have been found to be just like us and prefer the company of their friends, according to new research by the University of Bristol.
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University honours its pioneering women in suffrage centenary portraits

Publish date: 2018/11/23 02:24 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
From the first British woman to win a Nobel Prize to one of the country’s early suffragettes, portraits dedicated to inspirational women now grace the walls of the University of Bristol’s most famous building.
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Psychotic experiences could be caused by trauma in childhood

Publish date: 2018/11/21 10:20 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Researchers at the University of Bristol have established greater evidence for a causal link between trauma in childhood and psychotic experiences at 18 years old.
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The Missing Numbers: Remembering Totterdown before the road that never was

Publish date: 2018/11/21 07:06 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Back in the 1970s, hundreds of homes and businesses in the Totterdown area of Bristol were cleared to make way for a new ring road which was never built.
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How do touchscreens affect toddlers’ play, learning and social skills?

Publish date: 2018/11/20 09:29 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Toddlers are being sought for a new research project looking into how touchscreens affect young children’s play, learning, and social skills.
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Vet School postgrad selected for the first ever national PhD Training Programme in antimicrobial resistance

Publish date: 2018/11/16 01:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A postgraduate student from the University of Bristol’s Veterinary School has been selected for the first ever national PhD Training Programme in antimicrobial resistance (AMR) - launched by the Medical Research Foundation.
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New study aims to reduce the use of oral antibiotics for ear infections in children

Publish date: 2018/11/15 22:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Middle ear infections, known medically as acute otitis media (AOM), are common painful infections in children, for which there are up to three million treatment episodes in England and Wales each year. They are often treated with antibiotics by mouth. However, these can cause side effects like rashes, diarrhoea and vomiting, and their over-use contributes to the growing global health threat of antibiotic resistance. Researchers from the Universities of Bristol, Southampton, King’s College London
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Pupils ‘Discover Economics’ with Apprentice-style challenges

Publish date: 2018/11/15 06:53 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Over 250 pupils from local Bristol, Bath and Somerset schools discovered the world of economics at a special interactive event.
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Scouting out bacterial defences to find new ways to counter-attack antibiotic resistance

Publish date: 2018/11/14 22:30 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Research led by the University of Bristol has begun to unpick an important mechanism of antibiotic resistance and suggest approaches to block this resistance.
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Almost half of the youngest children don’t know why they are in care, and a quarter of 11-18 year olds have three or mor

Publish date: 2018/11/14 09:42 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
New findings from the largest annual survey measuring the wellbeing of children and young people in care reveal that nearly half (49 per cent) of four to seven-year-olds and a third (33 per cent) of eight to 11-year-olds do not fully understand why they are in care.
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Exhibitions explore the life and times of ‘bright young thing’ Oliver Messel

Publish date: 2018/11/14 06:54 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Two new exhibitions open in Bristol next week celebrating the romance and imagination of one of the 20th century’s brightest theatrical stars, Oliver Messel.
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University to launch new interdisciplinary antimicrobial resistance research network

Publish date: 2018/11/14 01:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is an escalating global health emergency with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) estimating that 'superbugs' will kill 1.3 million people in Europe by 2050, including more than 90,000 in the UK, unless we can halt the rise in antibiotic-resistant infections. The University of Bristol is committed to tackling this global challenge and today [Wednesday 14 November] a new cross-faculty and interdisciplinary AMR research network will be l
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More adults are using complementary and alternative medicine in England but access is unequal, finds survey

Publish date: 2018/11/13 17:30 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Use of practitioner-led complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), such as acupuncture, massage, osteopathy and chiropractic treatment, rose from 12 per cent of the population in 2005 to 16 per cent of the population in 2015, according to a survey led by researchers at the University of Bristol's Centre for Academic Primary Care. However, access to these treatments was unequal, with women, those who are better off and those in the south of England more likely to use CAM.
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Resonant mechanism discovery could inspire ultra-thin acoustic absorbers

Publish date: 2018/11/13 03:54 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
New research led by academics at the University of Bristol has discovered that the scales on moth wings vibrate and can absorb the sound frequencies used by bats for echolocation (biological sonar). The finding could help researchers develop bioinspired thin and lightweight resonant sound absorbers.
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‘Ground-breaking’ great ape activity device revealed at Bristol Zoo Gardens

Publish date: 2018/11/13 03:15 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A team of scientists from the University of Bristol and Bristol Zoological Society have collaborated to develop a ‘ground-breaking’ new animal enrichment activity for the gorillas at Bristol Zoo Gardens.
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Recommendations to make universities accessible to everyone

Publish date: 2018/11/13 02:16 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Three academics from the University of Bristol have come up with a series of recommendations which, they say, would make UK universities more accessible and responsive to a changing economy.
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Bristol welcomes second cohort of Vice-Chancellor’s Fellows

Publish date: 2018/11/12 07:48 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University’s second cohort of 15 recipients of the Vice-Chancellor’s Fellowships gathered for a welcome lunch today with the Pro Vice-Chancellor Professor Nishan Canagarajah and other members of the Executive Team.
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New study sheds light on medicines storage practices on UK dairy farms

Publish date: 2018/11/12 06:13 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Researchers at the University of Bristol, supported by the British Veterinary Association, the British Cattle Veterinary Association and the Responsible Use of Medicines in Agriculture (RUMA) Alliance, are calling for veterinary surgeons in the UK to work together with their farmer clients to remove expired and inappropriate veterinary medicines from farms and dispose of them appropriately.
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Misunderstood flying fox could prove bat species demise, warn scientists

Publish date: 2018/11/12 04:47 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A large fruit-eating bat native to Mauritius is the subject of controversy over the announcement of a major cull to protect the Indian island's fruit crops, despite a lack of evidence as to the extent of damage directly attributed to the endangered species.
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UK and Colombian researchers working together for sustainable peace

Publish date: 2018/11/9 05:10 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Ten new research projects announced by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) will address issues facing Colombia’s transition from conflict to peace.
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National Student Survey results 2018

Publish date: 2018/7/27 06:47 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
In the latest National Student Survey (NSS) released today, the University of Bristol has achieved 82 percent overall satisfaction.
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Bristol researchers awarded €3M from European Research Council ERC grants

Publish date: 2018/7/27 04:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Two researchers from the University of Bristol have been awarded almost €3M in European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grants in recognition of their ‘excellent science’ and potentially ground-breaking research.
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Deglacial changes in western Atlantic Ocean circulation

Publish date: 2018/7/27 02:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A new study carried out by an international team of researchers, using the chemistry of ocean sediments has highlighted a widespread picture of Atlantic circulation changes associated with rapid climate change in the past.
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Classic fossil site re-explored in undergraduate project

Publish date: 2018/7/26 05:28 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Aust Cliff near Bristol has been known as a rich fossil site since the 1820s. Since then, thousands of people have visited this spectacular location on the banks of the Severn, and collected fossils of ancient sharks and sea dragons.
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Come and experience the high-tech healthcare house of the future

Publish date: 2018/7/26 05:19 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
With an ageing population, the UK’s healthcare system faces unprecedented challenges. SPHERE (Sensor Platform for HEalthcare in a Residential Environment) and We The Curious have partnered together to create a 21st century house that will reveal the technology behind the healthcare of the future and explain the role of pioneering local people who have shaped the research and tested the technology in their own homes.
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Bristol professor joins international experts to discuss crop diseases that threaten global food security

Publish date: 2018/7/26 02:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A Bristol scientist has been invited to present at a prestigious international event discussing global food security in Boston.
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Subjects at the University of Bristol are world-class, new league table confirms

Publish date: 2018/7/26 01:47 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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Patients undergoing hip replacement may be at lower risk of infection with better optimisation before surgery and certai

Publish date: 2018/7/25 15:30 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
Researchers from the Musculoskeletal Research Unit at the University of Bristol have identified the most important risk factors for developing severe infection after hip replacement. Patients who are under 60 years of age, males, those with chronic pulmonary disease, diabetes and a higher body mass index are at increased risk of having the joint replacement redone (known as revision) due to infection. The research also showed that some patients are at risk of early infection whilst others are mo
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Smart Internet Lab welcomes the UK Government’s targets for the Future Telecoms Infrastructure

Publish date: 2018/7/25 06:48 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
The University of Bristol's Smart Internet Lab welcomes the Future Telecoms Infrastructure Review, published this week, and particularly the new spectrum policy that will focus on securing a diverse set of innovative 5G services.
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Creating ‘synthetic’ fossils in the lab sheds light on fossilisation processes

Publish date: 2018/7/25 03:00 Posted by news-team@bristol.ac.uk
A newly published experimental protocol, involving University of Bristol scientists, could change the way fossilisation is studied.
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