From pomegranate seeds to soaring swans 15 April 2014Ceramic pomegranate seeds, a Rust-o-saurus, soaring swans and botanical art including Indonesian floral batik and water colour and ink hellebores are just a few of the designs that will be on display this Easter at the University of Bristol’s Botanic Garden Art and Sculpture Exhibition.
Bristol scientist contributes to latest IPCC report13 April 2014Members of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will approve the Summary for Policymakers of the Working Group III (WGIII) contribution to the Fifth Assessment Report and accept the underlying scientific and technical assessment at a meeting in Berlin, Germany today.
Platform 14 - open for departure11 April 2014Engine Shed proudly presents Platform 14, a new public exhibition and creative space which opens today [11 April] at their site at Bristol Temple Meads.
Food glorious food11 April 2014The first ever Bristol Food Connections festival runs from 1 – 11 May this year and the University of Bristol will host a series of events.
Global poverty could be up to a third higher than reported11 April 2014With over one billion people in the world living on less than $1.25 per day, the World Bank aims to end ‘extreme poverty’ by 2030. But new research suggests that global poverty figures could be underestimated by up to a third, and calls for more robust measurement in the future.
Sneak a peek through the mist to technology of the future11 April 2014A tabletop display with personal screens made from a curtain of mist that allow users to move images around and push through the fog-screens and onto the display, will be unveiled at an international conference later this month.
New research on gigabit wireless communications10 April 2014Research on gigabit wireless communications has been presented by researchers from the University of Bristol at the world’s leading wireless communications and networking conference, IEEE WCNC 2014, in Turkey earlier this week [Monday 6 to Wednesday 9 April].
Security barriers affect movement of animals9 April 2014Security barriers in national parks on the US/Mexican border which aim to deter illegal migrants are affecting the movements of some native animal species while not necessarily restricting the movement of humans, according to new research from the University of Bristol, published today in PLoS ONE.
The afterlives of Joseph of Arimathea9 April 2014In his new book, Dr William John Lyons, Senior Lecturer in Biblical Interpretation at the University of Bristol, explores the reception history of Joseph of Arimathea from the Bible to the present day.
Refurbishment breathes new life into fluids labs9 April 2014The University’s science and engineering fluids labs have been comprehensively refurbished and reconfigured in a joint project that will provide improved, collaborative space for staff and students in both faculties.
Now you see him: return of the visual effects master 7 April 2014Bristol engineering graduate and Star Wars fan Ben Morris delivered a talk on visual effects and digital film-making to a rapt audience of students and staff at the Faculty of Engineering’s latest Inside Track lecture.