- Things we are celebrating this week... 22 June 2018
- State of the art imaging challenges our understanding of how platelets are made 19 June 2018 Correlative light-electron microscopy is being used to increase our knowledge of how platelets are made in the body and the results are challenging previously held understandings.
- Things we are celebrating this week... 15 June 2018
- Excellent Teaching Award results for the Faculty of Biomedical Sciences 8 June 2018 Each year the Bristol Teaching Awards recognise members of staff who have made an outstanding contribution to teaching, the provision of support for students and education more generally.
- How we learn new motor skills: a role for cerebellar acetylcholine? 6 June 2018 A new project, funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), aims to provide a mechanistic understanding of how neural circuits within the brain give rise to our ability to learn new movements.
- Things we are celebrating this week... 25 May 2018
- Zebrafish hearts can regenerate: what are the cells talking about? 25 May 2018 Dr Beck Richardson has won a studentship from the British Heart Foundation to fund Aaron Scott to do his PhD exploring how zebrafish are able to regenerate their heart tissue.
- Fruit flies descend on the Eden Project 24 May 2018 Over the weekend (24-27 May) Dr James Hodge joined a team of actors who dressed up in fly costumes to roam the Eden Project to engage and promote science to the public as part of the Mutant circus event.
- Things we are celebrating this week... 18 May 2018
- Things we are celebrating this week... 11 May 2018
Bristol Neuroscience Festival
22-24 March 2018
Bristol Neuroscience Festival is a celebration of all things related to neuroscience and comprises interactive exhibitions, talks, experiments and hands-on activities for all ages. Learn about the evolution of the brain, play brain games and explore our ‘brain art’ exhibition. You can also meet neuroscience students, clinicians and local organisations to learn more about the brain.