How in times of trouble animals also stand together 20 June 2019 Faced with potential violence from rival factions, dwarf mongoose groupmates pull together and behave more co-operatively, according to a new study by University of Bristol researchers published today [Thursday 20 June].
- New research shows how melting ice is affecting supplies of nutrients to the sea 25 June 2019 The findings of a research expedition to coastal Greenland which examined, for the first time, how melting ice is affecting supplies of nutrients to the oceans has been published in the journal Progress in Oceanography.
- Clouds dominate uncertainties in predicting future Greenland melt 24 June 2019 New research led by climate scientists from the University of Bristol suggests that the representation of clouds in climate models is as, or more, important than the amount of greenhouse gas emissions when it comes to projecting future Greenland ice sheet melt.
- How in times of trouble animals also stand together 20 June 2019 Faced with potential violence from rival factions, dwarf mongoose groupmates pull together and behave more co-operatively, according to a new study by University of Bristol researchers published today [Thursday 20 June].
- Physics Programme offers International Mentoring in Pakistan 20 June 2019 Following the success of the University’s School of Physics’s International Mentoring scheme the programme has been continued to its second year of knowledge sharing with students in Pakistan.
- Bristol ranked in the world's top 50, new league table reveals 19 June 2019 The University of Bristol has risen two places to 49th in the QS World University Rankings 2020 released today [19 June].
- Storytelling through music 18 June 2019 There will be classical music floating through the University of Bristol Student’s Union (Bristol SU) today [Tuesday 18 June] when 220 students from 11 local primary schools come together for an orchestra workshop.
- Experience immersive VR documentaries 18 June 2019 A Virtual Realities project will be showcasing three non-fiction works and hosting a discussion panel next Tuesday [25 June] from 5 to 8 pm at the Watershed, Bristol.
- GPs should not use inflammatory marker tests to rule out serious conditions 18 June 2019 Blood tests that detect inflammation, known as inflammatory marker tests, are not sensitive enough to rule out serious underlying conditions and GPs should not use them for this purpose, according to researchers from the University of Bristol's Centre for Academic Primary Care, University of Exeter and the National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care West (NIHR CLAHRC West).
- Managing the risk of aggressive dog behaviour 17 June 2019 Aggressive behaviour in pet dogs is a serious problem for dog owners across the world, with bite injuries representing a serious risk to both people and other dogs. New research by the University of Bristol has explored the factors that inﬂuence how owners manage aggressive behaviour in their dogs. The study found that clinical animal behaviourists should focus on helping dog owners to feel confident in the effectiveness of the behaviour modification techniques that they recommend and, in their ability, to actually use them successfully.
- How tides can trigger earthquakes 14 June 2019 An international team of scientists – including a volcanologist from the University of Bristol – have uncovered why underwater earthquakes are linked with the tides.