Research without Borders festival

A celebration of the pioneering work of the University of Bristol's postgraduate researchers.

Organised by the Bristol Doctoral College, Research without Borders is the University’s festival of postgraduate research — a celebration of the pioneering work being done by postgraduate researchers (PGRs) across all faculties and schools.

Research without Borders 2021 goes virtual

Book Your Ticket now for the online Showcase Exhibition, via eventbrite

Join 50 of our postgraduate researchers as they share their innovative research as part of our online showcase exhibition.

Each postgraduate researcher has created a digital asset to share with you that helps to explain their work in an accessible way, you don't need to be an expert, all you need to bring is your curiosity.

The showcase exhibition will take place live online via Remo, a simple to use online event platform, and you will have the opportunity to meet with each of our researchers in small friendly groups to discuss the impact their work is having on the wider world in an interactive way. Joining instructions will be sent to you once you have registered via eventbrite. 

You can select the exhibitors you want to speak to from our programme or enjoy a virtual wander through our researcher tables meeting a mix of interesting people each with their own research story to tell.

The event takes place on Wednesday 19 May, from 10 am until 4 pm but you can join us at a time that suits you and stay for as long as you like, this is not a conference or research seminar, this is your chance to be part of the conversation around postgraduate research at the University of Bristol.

If you have any questions about the festival, please contact the Bristol Doctoral College.

An announcement about this year's festival full programme will be made in the coming weeks. To make sure you get the latest information, follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Research without Borders 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our 2020 celebration took the form of a photo showcase. View the full gallery on the BDC blog.

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