Be inspired by Bristol’s digital innovators and pioneers11 October 2017From a harp replica of the Clifton Suspension Bridge to a dress made from 4,400 lights, the University of Bristol is presenting a series of events during Digital Bristol Week which promises to entertain, inspire and enlighten.
Little growth observed in India's methane emissions10 October 2017Methane is the second most powerful greenhouse gas and concentrations are rising in the atmosphere. Because of its potency and quick decay in the atmosphere, countries have recognised that reduction of methane emissions are a means toward mitigating global warming.
Care after miscarriage needs ‘standardised approach’, report reveals10 October 2017The standard of care for mothers experiencing the end of a pregnancy varies widely, with more to be done to replicate good practice found in some NHS Trusts and hospitals, according to a new study led by researchers at the Universities of Bristol and Birmingham.
Recent visit strengthens Bristol’s bonds with China9 October 2017Professor Hugh Brady, Vice-Chancellor & President and Dr Erik Lithander, Pro Vice-Chancellor (International) were joined by senior University of Bristol academics on a recent visit to China to strengthen education partnerships and showcase the University to prospective students.
Strengthening UK-Italian research ties 9 October 2017A delegation representing UK research in quantum technologies headed out to Capri last week for a bilateral high level research meeting with Italian counterparts.
New Athena SWAN awards for Bristol6 October 2017Two of the University’s schools have successfully gained Athena SWAN Awards and the University as a whole has successfully renewed its Athena SWAN Bronze Award for the third time.
Bristol University of Witchcraft and Wizardry6 October 2017Bristolians still waiting in hope of a letter-bearing owl are in luck, as this Saturday [7 October] the University of Bristol will host an open day of magical proportions in the Wills Memorial Building.
Cooling treatment reduces epilepsy in children3 October 2017Cooling babies deprived of oxygen at birth (perinatal asphyxia) can reduce the number of children who develop epilepsy later in childhood, according to a new study published in the journal Epilepsia.
Bristol scientists pinpoint the singularity for quantum computers3 October 2017Researchers from the University of Bristol have discovered that super-powerful quantum computers, which scientists and engineers across the world are racing to build, need to be even more powerful than previously thought before they can beat today’s ordinary PCs.