Finding love at Bristol 9 February 2017 With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we asked if you found love while studying at Bristol. From literally tying the knot to stolen handbags, here's what you told us...
  • Cabot Tower: your memories 17 July 2017 If you have lived in Bristol as a student, you will be familiar with Cabot Tower, a popular landmark in the city’s oldest park. With the end of June marking the anniversary of Cabot Tower being built some 120 years ago, we asked for your memories of the pretty sandstone tower over on Facebook. Here are some of the memories you shared with us…
  • The godfather of British drama: Timothy West 14 July 2017 Timothy West, often referred to as the godfather of British drama, has played more than 250 characters on stage and screen, from our previous Chancellor Winston Churchill to Stan in EastEnders, and today [21 July] he will be presented with an honorary degree. We spoke to him about the pivotal moments of his life and how Bristol came to shape the person he is today.
  • Landmark £10 million gift for new Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus 10 July 2017 The University of Bristol has received its largest ever philanthropic gift to support the creation of its new campus in the heart of the city.
  • The Stars Move Still 30 June 2017 What happens when a cold calculating individual chooses to punish the most vulnerable in the community for misplaced revenge? In May 1927 a quiet town in Michigan suffers the most traumatic of days as its school becomes the target.
  • Little Wins: The Huge Power of Thinking Like a Toddler 30 June 2017 There are some 400 million people worldwide whose creativity, imagination and determination put the rest of us to shame. They are experts in their field, despite having no experience to speak of. Once, you were one of them too. They are toddlers - and they hold the key to unlocking our creative potential as adults.
  • Order of the Rising Sun 29 June 2017 Dr Eric Albone MBE, Co-Founder and Director of the Clifton Scientific Trust, has been awarded the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Rays by the government of Japan.
  • The Enlightened Mr Parkinson 29 June 2017 In 1817 – exactly 200 years ago – James Parkinson (1755–1824) defined the disease so precisely that we still diagnose it today by recognising the symptoms he identified. The story of this remarkable man’s contributions to the Age of the Enlightenment is told through his three passions – medicine, politics and fossils.
  • £1 million gift to launch the next generation of researchers 28 June 2017 The next generation of researchers and innovators at the University are set to benefit from a £1 million gift from University of Bristol alumnus Dr Jonathan de Pass and Georgina, his wife.
  • Alumni in Queen's birthday honours 2017 23 June 2017 Following the announcement of the Queen’s birthday honours list, we're delighted to congratulate Bristol alumni who have been recognised for their outstanding achievements and service.
  • Chemistry graduate nominated for European Inventor Award 26 May 2017 Steve Lindsey (BSc 1994), CEO of Lontra UK, is the only nominee from Great Britain for the European Inventor Award.
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