New PhD Physics projects for study starting September 2019 30 January 2019
- Bristol rugby student ‘tries’ and graduates on a high 18 July 2019 This academic year has been one of ‘tries’ and highs for University of Bristol student and professional rugby player, Joshua Ibuanokpe, who will graduate this week with a degree in Physics.
- Aspiring Deep-Tech Entrepreneurs come to Bristol to learn how to launch their new businesses 16 July 2019 Sixteen researchers from across the UK came to the University of Bristol from the 25th – 28th June 2019, and were thrown into the world of science commercialisation through the Start Something: Launchpad programme.
- Prestigious Institute of Physics award for Bristol scientist 5 July 2019 Professor Stephen Hayden from the University of Bristol’s School of Physics has been awarded the prestigious Mott Medal from the Institute of Physics (IOP) for his distinguished contributions to condensed matter physics.
- New research identifies Fukushima reactor unit 1 material in environment 26 June 2019 Through the analysis of sub-mm particulate sourced from the environment, new research published today in Nature Communications by scientists from the University of Bristol, Diamond Light Source and the Japan Atomic Energy Agency has identified specific fallout particles from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in the environment that give insights into the events that occurred in reactor Unit 1.
- Materials science research celebrated at student conference 24 June 2019 Interface Analysis Centre PhD student Jolene Cook wins award at a recent conference held in Bristol.
- MScR in Global Environmental Challenges 20 June 2019
- Fukushima PhD Thesis published by Springer 17 May 2019 Dr Peter Martin of the Interface Analysis Centre has had his PhD thesis published by Springer in their series recognising outstanding PhD research.
- BCFN Director finalist for Launch Great West Innovation Champion Award 14 May 2019
- New Radiation Hot Spots Identified in Chernobyl by Bristol Researchers 8 May 2019 A team of researchers from the School of Physics and the Faculty of Engineering has completed the most comprehensive survey yet of Chernobyl’s Red Forest – one of the most radioactive sites on Earth.
- Dr Annela Seddon awarded University Research Fellowship 29 April 2019