• University celebrates industrial partnerships 8 January 2007 Key players from industry gathered to take part in a reception for collaborative training hosted by the University of Bristol last month.
  • Healthy eating is at a supermarket near you 8 January 2007 Supermarket “grocery store tours” could be the key to healthier lifestyles and prevent chronic diseases such as coronary heart disease (CHD) concludes a study published in the Health & Fitness Journal.
  • Stem cell research tops the bill at BHI meeting 5 January 2007 Leading heart expert Professor John Martin is to give the keynote lecture on stem cells in the treatment of heart disease at the annual meeting of the Bristol Heart Institute (BHI) on 10 January.
  • Dr Horton defends Mayans on Radio Four 5 January 2007 Dr Mark Horton in the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology spoke on BBC Radio Four about the representation of Mayan Civilisation in Mel Gibson’s new movie 'Apocalypto'.
  • Bristol ChemLabS spark pupils’ uptake of Chemistry 4 January 2007 UK schools report a rise in the uptake of Chemistry at A level, and several cite their partnerships with the University’s ChemLabS as a direct influence.
  • New fertility centre for Bristol gets go-ahead 19 December 2006 A NEW £3.5 million fertility centre, one of the first of its kind in the UK, has been given the go-ahead to be built at Southmead Hospital by North Bristol NHS Trust. It will combine expertise from North Bristol NHS Trust (NBT) and the University of Bristol – which currently has its own private and NHS fertility clinic at Priory Road in Clifton.
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