Robot helps reveal how ants pass on knowledge 11 August 2022 Scientists have developed a small robot to understand how ants teach one another.
- Robot helps reveal how ants pass on knowledge 11 August 2022 Scientists have developed a small robot to understand how ants teach one another.
- University garden declared as one of UK’s top green spaces 8 August 2022 The University of Bristol’s Royal Fort Gardens have been awarded the coveted Green Flag Award as it is officially recognised as one of the country’s best parks.
- Researchers reveal how an insect-eating plant uses rain energy to power its traps 3 August 2022 Scientists at the University of Bristol have uncovered the deadly workings of a carnivorous plant.
- New documentary unearths Bristol’s wildlife treasures 2 August 2022 A new documentary unearths the rich and often unexpected wildlife that calls Bristol home.
- Global plant health network receives £500K grant from UKRI-International 21 July 2022 The Community Network for Vector-Borne Plant Viruses (CONNECTED), based at the University of Bristol, has been awarded half a million pounds from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) International from the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF).
- Environmental stability on Earth allowed marine biodiversity to flourish 14 July 2022 Modern ocean biodiversity, which is at its highest level ever, was achieved through long-term stability of the location of so-called biodiversity hotspots, regions of especially high numbers of species, scientists have found.
- Habitat shifts affect brain structure in Amazonian butterflies, according to study 12 July 2022 Habitat differences help determine changes in the nervous system of tropical butterflies, scientists at the University of Bristol have found.
- Plankton will store more carbon as Earth’s climate warms – but storage beyond end of century uncertain 12 July 2022 The amount of carbon stored by microscopic plankton will increase in the coming century, predict researchers at the University of Bristol and the National Oceanography Centre (NOC).
- Shrimps and worms among first animals to recover after largest mass extinction 30 June 2022 Researchers studying ancient sea bed burrows and trails have discovered that bottom burrowing animals were among the first to bounce back after the end-Permian mass extinction.
- Student helps find world’s largest frog in Equatorial Guinea for first time in almost two decades 29 June 2022 Field researchers from the University of Bristol and Bristol Zoological Society have found the world’s largest frog in Equatorial Guinea for the first time in almost two decades.