Bristol's rich theatrical heritage revealed12 September 2007A remarkable collection of letters sent by some of history’s most famous actors to a Bristol family has been made available to the public for the first time by the University of Bristol’s Theatre Collection.
Nice but naughty – our addiction to chocolate11 September 2007The evidence as to whether chocolate can really become addictive is examined by Professor Peter Rogers from the Department of Experimental Psychology. His talk can be heard at 9.30 am on Tuesday 11 September at the BA Festival of Science in York.
Bristol University's Men's 4 win gold10 September 2007Bristol University's Men's 4 won gold for Britain in the European Universities Sports Association rowing championships in France over the weekend. They beat crews from Germany and Italy in the final.
Who nearly killed Sir Ranulph Fiennes?10 September 2007Next week a leading UK heart expert will speak about the causes of heart attacks and how to stop them at a free public lecture held by Bristol University.
New atlas of identity in Britain reveals stark social contrasts8 September 2007Identity in Britain: A cradle-to-grave atlas, published by The Policy Press today, provides clear proof that most of Britain is not as diverse country as many believe it to be, and reveals a startling lack of social integration and social mobility.
New Autumn season at the Wickham Theatre7 September 2007The autumn season at the Wickham Theatre, University of Bristol, brings a mix of provocative theatre to its intimate studio, featuring some of the best in touring theatre.
Income inequality and disease in India7 September 2007People living in Indian states with high levels of income inequality experience a greater risk of both under- and overnutrition, according to research from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and the University of Bristol.
Giant molecule tops new nanoscience building6 September 2007The city’s skyline will get an exciting addition today when a large-scale representation of a carbon molecule is installed on the new Centre for Nanoscience and Quantum Information in the heart of the University’s precinct.
Becoming a Bedell4 September 2007The University will soon be looking for Bedells to succeed retiring members of staff. Peter Holt, University Marshal, explains the role of Bedells and the rewards of becoming a Ceremonial Officer.
Damage by fishing - a problem for the Crown Estate?4 September 2007The Crown Estate, one of the UK’s largest property owners and the public body which owns the sea-bed is not looking after its biodiversity, according to new research carried out at the University of Bristol.
Is your dog the 'best in show'?3 September 2007The University of Bristol Veterinary School at Langford in North Somerset is to hold a Fun Dog Show on Sunday, September 16.
Bristol scores high in research stakes31 August 2007A recent article in the Times Higher Education Supplement reports that Bristol was awarded the most grants from the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) of all UK institutions in 2006-07.
University Internships: Find out more29 August 2007For an introduction to the new University of Bristol Internships scheme and how your department can benefit from taking part, book your place on a presentation session on Thursday 20 September.
A celebration of local flora and wildlife14 August 2007A celebration of local flora and wildlife will take place later this week [Friday 17 to Sunday, August 19] when Bristol University's Botanic Garden hold an open weekend.
The saviours of my fatherland10 August 2007Recording the remarkable stories of hundreds of British, Irish and other European volunteers in Latin America’s Wars of Independence.
Alzheimer's film 'powerful and poignant' says expert10 August 2007A review of the BBC documentary Malcolm and Barbara: Love’s Farewell by Dr Richard Huxtable, Deputy Director of Bristol University’s Centre for Ethics in Medicine, is published in the BMJ today.