News in 2010

  • Bristol scientists make The Times' Top 100 7 October 2010 Professor Anthony Hollander is one of two scientists from the University of Bristol named among the 100 most important people in British science and engineering in a list published today. The list was compiled for the first anniversary edition of The Times’ science magazine, Eureka.
  • Cancer grant award 7 September 2010 Professor Chris Paraskeva and Dr Ann Williams have been awarded a Cancer Research UK programme grant of £1,000,000.
  • Stem cell breakthrough enters permanent national exhibition 25 June 2010 Groundbreaking work by researchers at the University of Bristol that signalled a new age in surgical care by helping to save a woman’s life has been celebrated in the Science Museum’s new exhibition, ‘Who am I?’.
  • Children respond well to swine flu vaccine 28 May 2010 The first tests to be carried out on vaccines issued during the swine flu pandemic have revealed high immune response rates among young children, which could lead to an improved immunisation policy.
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