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BBC debate programme to be broadcast live from Bristol 26 February 2015 Political heavyweights will be in Bristol this week as BBC Radio 4’s topical debate programme Any Questions? is broadcast live from the University of Bristol.
  • Bristol PhD students take science to Parliament 4 March 2015 PhD students from across the University are attending Parliament to present their science to a range of politicians and a panel of expert judges, as part of SET for Britain on Monday 9 March, including Kyriakos Georgiou and his work on computer programming for lower energy consumption.
  • Sustainable Organisation Library now available at Bristol 4 March 2015 The Sustainable Organization Library (SOL), an online library of around 10,000 items focused on sustainability and social responsibility, is now available for University of Bristol staff and students to use.
  • Major EU grant success for Bristol-led peacebuilding study 3 March 2015 The University of Bristol has led a successful Horizon 2020 bid for a project to evaluate the EU’s work in sustainable peacebuilding.
  • BBC debate programme to be broadcast live from Bristol 26 February 2015 Political heavyweights will be in Bristol this week as BBC Radio 4’s topical debate programme Any Questions? is broadcast live from the University of Bristol.
  • Cabot's Prof Richard Evershed talks soil, microbes and methane on BBC Radio 4 18 February 2015 Cabot Institute member Professor Richard Evershed has spoken on the Farming Today programme on BBC Radio 4 about research at the University of Bristol focussing on the chemical relationship between soil, microbes and methane.
  • The foggiest idea: bringing green issues to life 13 February 2015 Named as ‘Britain’s coolest art installation’ by The Telegraph, Bristol's Pero’s Bridge will be shrouded in fog to highlight how climate change will affect our day-to-day lives. We interviewed Dr Anna Rutherford (PhD 2007), Executive Director of the In Between Time festival (IBT), who brought the IBT art installation, Bristol’s Cabot institute and the Bristol 2015 European Green Capital together to make a dramatic and powerful impact.
  • Estimating flood behaviour on a global scale 12 February 2015 Characterising flood behaviour for any river in the world is now becoming a possibility, according to new research from the University of Bristol published this month in Water Resources Research.
  • Study shows urban habitats provide haven for UK bees 11 February 2015 Urban environments might not seem the best habitat for pollinators at first glance but a new study, led by the University of Bristol, suggests that bees and other pollinating bugs actually thrive as well in towns and cities as they do in farms and nature reserves.
  • Bristol Is Open to hit the ground running 9 February 2015 The city’s first joint venture between Bristol City Council and the University of Bristol can begin thanks to approval at the city council’s cabinet last week [Tuesday 3 February]. Bristol Is Open received unanimous support from cabinet members and enables University research and council owned infrastructure to come together for the first time.
  • Britain's biggest ever local bee summit aims to "get Bristol buzzing" 9 February 2015
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