Bristol student scoops prize in national PhD competition30 October 2015A PhD student from the University of Bristol has been named as one of the winners of a prestigious national competition for his work on a new technology that could fundamentally change future wireless communications.
Seeing colour in a contemporary light21 October 2015Colours are not physical things but the result of a process that starts in the eye and continues in the brain. The limits of colour constancy, when the colours of objects appears the same under different lights - from daylight to LED light, will be explored by a leading visual neuroscientist at a free University of Bristol public lecture next week [Thursday 29 October].
Towards greener ICT20 October 2015The University of Bristol is leading the way to a greener computing future by bringing together academics and industry to share research and to develop a common vision on lowering energy consumption in Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs).
How leaky is your device?7 October 2015A new generation of digital devices that will protect consumers from cyber-attacks could be a step closer thanks to a grant of over £1 million from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) awarded to the University of Bristol for a research project to protect consumers’ sensitive data.
Make it digital at the Bristol Harbour Festival5 August 2015Make it Digital, the BBC’s flagship education focus for 2015, is a major UK‐wide initiative to inspire a new generation to get inspired with coding, programming and digital technology.
New network will boost UK robotics capability24 June 2015The UK’s ability to develop and exploit the vast potential of Robotics and Autonomous Systems was given a major boost today [Wednesday 24 June] with the formal launch of the EPSRC UK Robotics and Autonomous Systems Network (UK-RAS Network).
MBE for computer science graduate Jenny17 June 2015A Computer Science graduate, whose fashion app has changed the way people shop online for clothes, has been awarded an MBE for her achievements - at the age of just 27. Jenny Griffiths came up with the idea for Snap Fashion while at the University of Bristol and has successfully developed it into an app which helps fashion fans find clothes using photographs.