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The Centenary Campaign: Sink or Swim

16 April 2014

Thanks to alumni donations, ocean acidification took centre stage in the climate change debate for the first time last month following Dr Daniela Schmidt’s contribution to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Working Group II report.

Why we're raising money for Bristol's Cancer Research Fund

16 April 2014

Six Bristol graduates share their reasons for raising money for the University of Bristol Cancer Research Fund by running the Virgin Money London Marathon 2014.

MIMO Power Line Communications: Narrow and Broadband Standards, EMC, and Advanced Processing by Lars Torsten Berger (MSc 2000) and Pascal Pagani (MSc 2003) et al

8 April 2014

One of the first publications of its kind in the exciting field of multiple input multiple output (MIMO) power line communications (PLC), MIMO Power Line Communications: Narrow and Broadband Standards, EMC, and Advanced Processing contains contributions from experts in industry and academia, making it practical enough to provide a solid understanding of how PLC technologies work, yet scientific enough to form a base for ongoing R&D activities.

Clinical Topics in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Edited by Sarah Huline-Dickens (MSc 2012)

14 March 2014

However much policy material is produced, the real function of most child psychiatrists is to assess and treat mental disorders in childhood and adolescence. This is a comprehensive update on the field that will inform the clinical practice of all child and adolescent mental health professionals.

Norman Nicholson: The Whispering Poet by Kathleen Jones (BA 1987)

13 March 2014

Norman Nicholson has been described as the greatest Lake District poet since Wordsworth.

The Mesolithic of the Kennet Valley by Roy Froom (BSc 1960)

13 March 2014

This book provides both a useful synthesis of the evidence for Mesolithic activity in the Kennet Valley and a considered analysis of the results of excavations in the area.

Clergy, Church and Society in England and Wales c.1200-1800 by Rosemary C. E. Hayes (BA 1978, PhD 1990) and William J. Sheils

28 February 2014

Clergy, Church and Society in England and Wales c.1200-1800 by Rosemary C. E. Hayes (BA 1978, PhD 1990) and William J. Sheils

The Centenary Campaign: Raising future engineers

20 February 2014

Thanks to alumni donations to our Centenary Campaign, the Merchant Venturers School of Engineering (MVSE) is helping tackle a national skills shortage in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects and careers.

What did you say about Nonesuch?

24 January 2014

What did you say about Nonesuch?

La Fugue du papillon by Elysa Day (pen name of Elodie Windels (MSc 2006))

10 January 2014

La Fugue du papillon (in English, The Runaway Butterfly) is an initiatory journey in which the narrator discovers that by following her heart she becomes the creator of her destiny and, by doing so, that the universe conspires to fulfil her dreams. La Fugue du papillon also evokes the power of love: the ultimate master of self-fulfilment.