Autumn issue of Nonesuch now available
5 November 2013
The Autumn issue of Nonesuch, the University of Bristol’s magazine, is available now.
The cover feature introduces the SPHERE project, a pioneering mix of technology and medicine that could transform the lives of those with long-term health conditions. Pushing at very different frontiers, PhD student Ashley Dale describes his experiences at the Mars Desert Research Station; and we go underground with Dr Juliet Biggs, to examine the prospects for geothermal energy production in Ethiopia.
Other features include a blogger’s love letter to Bristol, a look back at the arrival of German refugee physicists in the 1930s, and an alumnus’ reflections on his journey from sound engineering on University stage productions to winning a BAFTA for his work on BBC Sport’s coverage of London 2012.
Copies of Nonesuch are available at the locations below, and you can find a PDF version of the magazine online.
- Senate House
- Royal Fort House
- The Hawthorns
- Computing Centre, Tyndall Avenue
- The Arts and Social Sciences Library
- The HH Wills Physics Laboratory
- The Queen’s Building
- The Merchant Venturers Building
- The Wills Memorial Building
- The Department of Drama: Theatre, Film, Television, Cantocks Close
- The Dorothy Hodgkin Building
- The School of Medicine
- The School of Chemistry
- The Priory Road complex
- Students’ Union, The Richmond Building
- The School of Mathematics
- The School of Biological Sciences
- The School of Geographical Sciences
- The School of Arts, 43 Woodland Road
- The Department of Music, Victoria Rooms
- The Faculty of Arts (main entrance), 3-5 Woodland Road
- Graduate School of Education, 35 Berkeley Square
- Education Support Unit / ILRT / Strategic Projects Office, 8-10 Berkeley Square
- Social and Community Medicine, Oakfield House
- Ethics in Medicine / Social and Community Medicine / Primary Health Care, Canynge Hall
- Veterinary Sciences, Langford
If you can’t get to one of these locations, but would prefer a printed copy, send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll put one in the post to you.