3 December 2013
Professor Dave Cliff from the University’s Department of Computer Science will present a programme on BBC Four about the world of logic. The programme airs tonight, Tuesday 3 December on BBC Four at 9 pm.
2 December 2013
Professor Mike Fraser from the University's Interaction and Graphics group was interviewed by BBC Click about how humans might interact with computers in the future.
29 November 2013
Research into building artificial proteins by Dr Ross Anderson, in the School of Biochemistry, has been reported in Chemistry World, published by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
26 November 2013
Dr Raf Theunissen from the University's Department of Aerospace Engineering will feature on BBC Points West as part of a programme to mark the 10th anniversary of Concorde's final flight over Bristol. The programme airs tonight, Tuesday 26 November, BBC1 at 6.30 pm.
31 October 2013
Members of the Student Bar Society and Dr Michael Naughton from the University of Bristol Law School have commented to the national media [Sky News and BBC] today [31 Oct] about cameras being allowed into the Court of Appeal for the first time.
30 October 2013
Prof Chris Paraskeva was interviewed by BBC Points West [29 Oct] about the harnessing of a naturally-occurring chemical found in the bark and leaves of Yew Trees that can be used in chemotherapy drugs to treat breast and lung cancer.
22 October 2013
Professor Jeremy O'Brien features in the Financial Times magazine's guide to the next big names in atomic, computational, quantum and astrophysics
21 October 2013
Professor Tariq Modood from the University’s School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies will feature on BBC Inside Out as part of a piece they are doing on discrimination against Muslims in Bristol. The programme airs on Monday 28 October, BBC 1 at 7.30pm.
15 October 2013
The US debt-ceiling worries and a possible default
15 October 2013
Dr Michael Naughton from the University of Bristol Law School was interviewed on Radio New Zealand's primetime breakfast programme about whether the country should set up an equivalent model of Britain's Criminal Cases Review Commission.