Bristol presenting environmental solutions at EU conference 24 May 2018 Bristol will be building on its legacy as European Green Capital 2015 this week at the high-profile EU Green Week conference (22-24 May), as progress continues to ensure the city is carbon neutral by 2050.
- Creative reactions 2018 – Merging research and art 24 May 2018 'Creative Reactions' brings together scientific researchers and artists to bring to life the amazing diversity of University research through the medium of art.
- Bristol presenting environmental solutions at EU conference 24 May 2018 Bristol will be building on its legacy as European Green Capital 2015 this week at the high-profile EU Green Week conference (22-24 May), as progress continues to ensure the city is carbon neutral by 2050.
- Gene Editing Workshop 21 May 2018 Over the 26-27th March, researchers from around the globe gathered at the University of Bristol for the GARNet Plant Gene Editing workshop, sponsored by Bristol Centre for Agricultural Innovation and the New Phytologist Trust.
- Giraffes surprise biologists yet again 18 May 2018 New research from the University of Bristol has highlighted how little we know about giraffe behaviour and ecology.
- African conference confirms growing strength of plant disease research network 18 May 2018 A plant science conference in Uganda which drew together dozens of world-class researchers from across Sub-Saharan Africa and the UK this month has confirmed the growing strength of a network whose collaborations promise to deliver solutions to devastating crop diseases in the years ahead.
- Pass the toothpick! Feeding habits of ancient elephant relatives uncovered from grass fragments stuck in their teeth 18 May 2018 A new study, led by scientists at the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology (IVPP) in Beijing, China, including University of Bristol PhD student Zhang Hanwen, examined the feeding habits of ancient elephant relatives that inhabited Central Asia some 17 million years ago.
- How Nagana is carried by tsetse flies 18 May 2018 Researchers at the University of Bristol have revealed new details on how the animal disease Nagana is spread by tsetse flies in Africa.
- Hundreds of visitors get hands-on with pioneering postgraduate research at Research without Borders festival 18 May 2018 More than 750 visitors attended the series of festival events, including an interactive exhibition of postgraduate research in Colston Hall.
- Find out how flowers attract pollinators at the Botanic Garden NGS Open Day 17 May 2018 The University of Bristol Botanic Garden will hold its National Garden Scheme (NGS) Open Day this Sunday [20 May]. Visitors to the Garden will be able to hear how flowers use a variety of features to attract pollinators.
- Special issue of Royal Society magazine highlights scale of oceanic change 16 May 2018 The seas around the West Antarctic Peninsula have experienced some of the fastest global warming in recent decades, increasing the rate and richness of biological activity in the region. Innovative analytical techniques and collaborative research projects involving scientists from around the world are helping to improve our understanding of the causes and consequences of environmental change.