21 September 2012
A team of scientists, led by the University of Bristol, have developed a new type of screen display that not only moves but also physically tilts.
20 September 2012
The University of Bristol’s regular giving programme raised more than £1 million for the first time in 2011/12, thanks to the generosity of alumni donors as well as students, parents, staff and other friends.
28 November 2011
Over 7,000 donors gave money to Bristol University as part of its Centenary Campaign to help raise £11million for a variety of initiatives, from providing bursaries to establishing life-saving clinical trials.
18 December 2009
Bristol University has rounded off its centenary celebrations by launching a unique video artwork that combines high technology with tradition and will help carry the university’s name around the world.
30 October 2009
Political competition has become 'increasingly vicious and increasingly unreal', Lord Waldegrave of North Hill said in a wide-ranging lecture at the University last night [29 October].
5 October 2009
A major new public sculpture by internationally acclaimed artist Jeppe Hein has been unveiled as part of the University’s centenary celebrations. Entitled ‘Follow Me’, the work is permanently sited in Royal Fort Gardens.
25 September 2009
Last night [24 September] Sir David Attenborough delivered a lecture on Alfred Russel Wallace and the Birds of Paradise to a capacity audience at the University. More than 850 people packed the Great Hall in the Wills Memorial Building to hear the legendary and much-loved broadcaster speak.
9 September 2009
The University of Bristol has announced the final six free public lectures in the highly successful series it has organised as part of this year’s centenary celebrations. The University was granted its Royal Charter in 1909.
15 July 2009
Bristol University is awarding honorary degrees to four local heroes, as part of its centenary celebrations, and the Very Reverend Robert Grimley, Dean of Bristol, at today’s [15 July] degree ceremonies in the Wills Memorial Building.
2 July 2009
Over 1,300 former students and their friends are due to arrive in Bristol this weekend [3–5 July] to take part in the University’s centenary alumni weekend celebrations.