CES lecturers receive teaching prizes 11 September 2017 This year's undergraduate teaching prizes have been awarded to lectures from the Correlated Electron Systems group.
- The School achieves a Green Impact Silver Award 8 July 2020 The School of Physics is proud to have achieved a Green Impact Silver Award for its work towards creating a greener and more sustainable working environment.
- Nuclear research consortium wins Royal Society of Chemistry award 25 June 2020 The DISTINCTIVE consortium, focused on nuclear decommissioning and waste management, has won a Royal Society for Chemistry award for industry-academia collaboration.
- Bristol Engineer supports collaborative European ventilator production project 2 June 2020 A researcher from the School of Physics contributed to a Belgian-led effort to develop open-source Covid-19 ventilators made from automotive components, to support hospitals during the peak of the coronavirus outbreak.
- Nikon X-ray and CT Scanner Donated by Fasetto to CDTR 6 April 2020 A Nikon X-ray and CT Scanner has been donated by Fasetto to the Semiconductor Centre for Device Thermography and Reliability in the School of Physics
- Bristol students win Waste Management Symposium prizes 17 March 2020 There was success for University of Bristol PhD students at the recent Waste Management Symposium in Phoenix, Arizona.
- Alloys and Bristol 14 February 2020
- Come and meet the students and team behind the MSc Nanoscience and Functional Nanomaterials - 11 March 2020 21 January 2020
- BCFN student, Dr Laura Fox publishes in Acta Biomaterialia 21 January 2020 Congratulations to Dr Laura Fox (BCFN 2015 PhD cohort) and co-authors including Lauren Matthews and Supakit Pichai (both BCFN 2016 PhD cohort) on the recent publication of their paper
- XMM-Newton uses light echoes to map dynamic black hole 21 January 2020 Material falling into a black hole throws X-rays out into space – and now, for the first time, the European Space Agency’s (ESA) XMM-Newton X-ray observatory has used the reverberating echoes of this light to map the dynamic behaviour and surroundings of a black hole itself.
- Nuclear waste could be recycled for diamond battery power 14 January 2020 Work has begun at Berkeley power station in Gloucestershire to remove radioactive waste products from the site as part of its decommissioning programme. To try and reduce the time and cost of this operation, a team of physicists and chemists from the University of Bristol hope to recycle material from the irradiated graphite to generate ultra long-lasting power sources.