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Let’s Get Bristol Buzzing 6 March 2017 A new report has recently been published highlighting a range of pollinator-friendly actions undertaken across the Greater Bristol area to address the aims of the Greater Bristol Pollinator Strategy. The Strategy is part of the Get Bristol Buzzing campaign which aims to improve urban habitats for pollinators.
  • Let’s Get Bristol Buzzing 6 March 2017 A new report has recently been published highlighting a range of pollinator-friendly actions undertaken across the Greater Bristol area to address the aims of the Greater Bristol Pollinator Strategy. The Strategy is part of the Get Bristol Buzzing campaign which aims to improve urban habitats for pollinators.
  • Engage 2016 17 February 2017 A review of Engage 2016, the University of Bristol's annual event to celebrate and showcase best practice in engagement.
  • A forest of all the world’s trees 1 February 2017 To celebrate the recent opening of the new £56.5 million Life Sciences building, the university commissioned a public piece of art in Royal Fort Gardens.
  • Bringing death into conversation 19 December 2016 The winner of the University of Bristol Public Engagement Award 2015-2016 was Professor Richard Huxtable and the Centre for Ethics in Medicine, of which he is the Director. They were awarded the prize for their collaborative approach with local and national organisations to discuss dying and death.
  • What's up, Doc? 14 December 2016 As part of Feel It festival, which took place at Circomedia in November, the Elizabeth Blackwell Institute commissioned a performance exploring research into GP mental health and wellbeing.
  • Communicating the invisible 12 December 2016 At Green Man music festival in August, the MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit collaborated with designer Philippa Thomas to create DATA MINE, an interactive installation exploring the human genome.
  • Who gets all the pies? 1 June 2016 Throughout a week in April, The Best of Bristol Lecture Series showcased the University of Bristol’s best lecturers. Run by the Student's Union and the University of Bristol, nine nominees were selected through student vote.
  • Bristol Neuroscience Festival 2016 25 May 2016 Run by Dr Emma Robinson and Dr David Turk, the 2016 Bristol Neuroscience Festival coincided with Brain Awareness Week to celebrate the science of the brain.
  • Come Dine with SPHERE 11 May 2016 Almost 50 members of the public came together to discuss new sensor technology over a home-cooked meal. Ben Meller, SPHERE’s public engagement associate, organised the event.
  • Brain Art at the Bristol Neuroscience Festival 27 April 2016 Dr Kathryn Garner, Senior Research Associate in the School of Clinical Sciences, and artist, organised an exhibition of Brain Art by local school children and chaired a panel at as part of the Bristol Neuroscience Festival.
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