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Blue plaque to commemorate Professor Richard Gregory. 11 May 2017
  • Bristol partner with Google to deliver next generation video technology 24 May 2017 With increased demands for better quality and more immersive and interactive visual services, video has become the primary driver of the internet. A team of researchers from the Bristol Vision Institute (BVI) at the University of Bristol has received funding under Google's Research Awards program to deliver the next generation of video compression technology.
  • Blue plaque to commemorate Professor Richard Gregory. 11 May 2017
  • Image analysis addresses harmful algal blooms 3 April 2017 Harmful algal blooms are the rapid and uncontrolled growth of algae in either freshwater or marine environments and can cause significant harm to human health, animals, the environment and economies. A team of researchers from the Bristol Vision Institute (BVI) at the University of Bristol has been awarded a major grant by the British Council to produce monitoring and early warning systems for harmful algal blooms (HABs), also known as red tides.
  • Luke Jerram Artist in Residence: BVI 17 January 2017 This year sees the beginning of what promises to be a visually and intellectually enlightening year for world-renowned installation artist Luke Jerram and researchers in BVI.
  • What dinosaurs' colour patterns say about their habitat 30 December 2016 After reconstructing the colour patterns of a well-preserved dinosaur from China, researchers from the University of Bristol have found that the long-lost species Psittacosaurus (meaning "parrot lizard", a reference to its parrot-like beak) was light on its underside and darker on top.
  • Best poster award for SEMBED 8 November 2016 The SEMBED paper, Semantic Embedding of Egocentric Actions Videos
  • Azul Optics - a BVI Spin-out 8 November 2016 Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of incurable blindness in the western world.
  • Young Vision Researchers’ Colloquium 2016 8 November 2016 This year’s colloquium was held on the same day as the EU Referendum. Those of us attending were treated to a day of discovery, with interesting and diverse current research, effectively communicated in a supportive environment.
  • Richard Gregory Memorial Lecture 2016 8 November 2016 Professor Hugh Brady, Vice Chancellor of the University of Bristol introduced this year’s Richard Gregory Lecturer, Dr. Keith Scholey, Director of Silverback Films.
  • The effectiveness of 3D camouflage 1 November 2016 Over 100 years ago, the American artist Abbot Thayer proposed that the reason so many animals are darker on their backs than their bellies is to disguise their 3D shape and so improve camouflage.
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