Trio of Bristol scientists win prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry prizes 8 June 2021 Professor Jonathan Reid, Professor Carmen Galan, and Professor Michael Ashfold, who are all based in the School of Chemistry, have been named the winners of three prizes from the Royal Society of Chemistry, celebrating the most exciting chemical science taking place today.
- Protocells spring into action 25 June 2021 A University of Bristol-led team of international scientists with an interest in protoliving technologies, has today published research which paves the way to building new semi-autonomous devices with potential applications in miniaturized soft robotics, microscale sensing and bioengineering.
- Trio of Bristol scientists win prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry prizes 8 June 2021 Professor Jonathan Reid, Professor Carmen Galan, and Professor Michael Ashfold, who are all based in the School of Chemistry, have been named the winners of three prizes from the Royal Society of Chemistry, celebrating the most exciting chemical science taking place today.
- EPSRC Programme Grant 8 June 2021 Professor Andrew Orr-Ewing and Dr Tom Oliver, both from the School of Chemistry, have been awarded a 6-year, £7.9M Programme Grant by EPSRC entitled 'Ultrafast Photochemical Dynamics in Complex Environments', together with co-investigators from UCL, Imperial College, Oxford, and Durham.
- Scientists pioneer creation of programmable artificial tissues from synthetic cells 13 May 2021 Scientists have created new artificial tissues that mimic some of the complex characteristics and abilities of living tissues, paving the way towards unprecedented advances in medicine, soft-robotics, and micro-engineering.
- Bristol awarded record number of European grants for ‘excellent’ science, third highest in Europe 23 April 2021 The University will receive €13M for globally significant research into anti-microbial resistance, artificial reproduction, futuristic materials, quantum mechanics, the philosophy of evolution and a truth taskforce to combat misinformation.
- Ancient pottery reveals the first evidence for honey hunting in prehistoric West Africa 14 April 2021 A team of scientists, led by the University of Bristol, with colleagues from Goethe University, Frankfurt, has found the first evidence for ancient honey hunting, locked inside pottery fragments from prehistoric West Africa, dating back some 3,500 years ago.
- New research will disrupt solar and expedite efforts toward Net-Zero target 23 February 2021 A team of researchers, led by chemists from the University of Bristol's School of Chemistry, has received significant funding from the UKRI to revolutionise the fabrication and application of photovoltaic devices, used to produce solar energy.
- Research shows emissions of banned ozone-depleting substance are back on the decline 11 February 2021 Global emissions of a potent substance notorious for depleting the Earth’s ozone layer – the protective barrier which absorbs the Sun’s harmful UV rays – have fallen rapidly and are now back on the decline, according to new research.
- Aerosol generating procedures in respiratory care found to be less risky than previously thought 8 February 2021 In August 2020, the AERATOR group was awarded an NIHR-UKRI grant to study a range of potentially aerosol generating procedures (AGP’s) that are commonly performed across the NHS.
- School of Chemistry welcome Phil Bates as Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence 4 February 2021 Phil Bates has been awarded an Entrepreneur in Residence Award from The Royal Society.