Engineering Doctorate student helps local company win Queen's Award for Enterprise 24 April 2018
A University of Bristol Engineering Doctorate student has helped a Somerset business win its second Queen's Award in five years.
Pint of Science Bristol 2018 brings scientists out of the lab and in to your local pub 24 April 2018
The world’s largest public festival of science is returning to Bristol next month. From the 11 to the 14 May Bristolians will be able to quench their thirst for knowledge along with a pint, all in the comfort of their local watering hole.
New DNA screening pinpoints whose blood the vampire bat is drinking 23 April 2018
A new method of screening vampire bat DNA could help tackle rabies thanks to a joint Danish and British study.
Green and Black project helps Bristol's environmental sustainability movement become more diverse 23 April 2018
A new report shares successes and learning from the pioneering project that aims to achieve a more diverse environmental sustainability community, and in particular address the perceived exclusion of Black and Minority Ethnic communities.
Artist-in-residence opportunities for the new Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus 23 April 2018
Poets, writers, artists and film makers are invited to apply for three artist-in-residence opportunities for the University of Bristol’s new Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus.
Two Bristol teams win prizes at BrisSynBio 4-Day MBA 23 April 2018
Vitamica, Imophoron and Exom Biotechnologies were all awarded a share of £10,000 in prizes during the BrisSynBio Connect event, which was the finale of the 4-Day MBA to develop new synthetic biology business ideas.
New discipline accelerates shape-changing abilities for everyday objects 21 April 2018
The creation of a new discipline will bring shape-changing abilities much more quickly to objects such as our mobile phones according to research published by the University of Bristol today [Saturday 21 April].
World-leading experts visit Bristol for Quantum Technologies workshop 20 April 2018
Around 200 quantum scientists, engineers, mathematicians and industrial experts from around the world descended upon Bristol this week for the fifth annual Bristol Quantum Information Technologies (BQIT) workshop hosted by the University of Bristol.
Buprenorphine may be a safer opioid substitute than methadone but only if treatment duration is longer, study suggests 20 April 2018
The less commonly prescribed opioid substitute buprenorphine may be safer than methadone for problem opioid users, especially if used during the first month of treatment, according to a study by researchers from the University of Bristol, King’s College London, University of Manchester and Bristol Drugs Project, with implications for guidance on GP prescribing.
Bristol researcher wins large MRC grant 20 April 2018
Professor John Macleod, Joint Head of Centre for Academic Primary Care at Bristol Medical School, has received £1.5 million as part of a large grant from the Medical Research Council (MRC).