NBU go to Food Matters Live 21 November 2016
- NBU go to Food Matters Live 21 November 2016
- PhD Opportunity with GW4 in Bristol! 31 October 2016
- NBU researchers conduct a live immersive food experiment at At-Bristol's After Hours event 9 June 2016
- Gretel Finch attends International Society of Research in Human Milk and Lactation Conference in South Africa 11 April 2016 Congratulations to Gretel Finch who was awarded a grant from the Nutrition Society to contribute towards attending the International Society of Research in Human Milk and Lactation Conference in Stellenbosch, South Africa.
- New NBU publication - No difference in compensation for sugar in a drink versus sugar in semi-solid and solid foods 11 January 2016 Effects on appetite of ‘liquid’ versus ‘solid’ calories
- New NBU publication - Computerized measurement of anticipated anxiety from eating increasing portions of food in adolescents with and without anorexia nervosa: Pilot studies 11 January 2016
- New NBU publication - Visual exposure to large and small portion sizes and perceptions of portion size normality: Three experimental studies 5 January 2016
- New NBU publication - Low-calorie sweeteners: are they friend or foe? 10 November 2015 Confusion reigns about low-calorie sweeteners. A systematic review finds that the evidence clearly favours consumption of low-calorie sweeteners in place of sugar to help reduce calorie intake and body weight. This research, which was led by Professor Peter Rogers, is published in the International Journal of Obesity.
- Gretel Finch wins Best Poster Prize at the Daphne Jackson Trust Research Conference 5 November 2015 Congratulations to Gretel Finch who won the Poster Prize at the 2015 Daphne Jackson Trust Research Conference with her work on “Factors affecting maternal eating behaviour: indications for postpartum weight gain and obesity”.
- NBU research features in the London Science Museum 5 November 2015