Media coverage of Bristol's coronavirus research

Bristol's research and our academics have been quoted in hundreds of articles and broadcasts since the Coronavirus pandemic began. This page represents just a selection of that coverage.

Times Radio. Evidence of a second wave is emerging in Europe. Professor Gabriel Scally.
29 July 2020

Bristol 24/7. Building a better world post-pandemic. Professor Martin Parker.
27 July 2020

Fortune. The sacred European vacation is at risk as second wave fears grip tourist hot spots. Professor Adam Finn.
27 July 2020

Daily Telegraph. Face masks can boost hand washing because they increase perception of risk. Dr Nilufar Ahmed.
27 July 2020

Daily Telegraph, News-24.fr. Do face masks work? Here's what the science says. Professor Adam Finn.
26 July 2020

i Analysis, The Conversation. Hypocrisy of face masks: Boris Johnson switches from vilifying burqas as 'sinister' to mandating face coverings. Dr Nilufar Ahmed.
25 July 2020

Independent, Yahoo! News, BBC News online, The Guardian. School closures will hit UK productivity for years, experts warn. Professor Simon Burgess.
24 July 2020

BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast. What is the risk of live performances? Professor Jonathan Reid.
24 July 2020

Daily Telegraph. Could social distancing and face coverings help Britain escape a winter flu surge? Dr Anu Goenka.
24 July 2020

The Guardian Opinion. The Guardian view on singing and Covid-19: science needed for art to survive. Professor Jonathan Reid.
24 July 2020

MailOnline. People living in England's poorest areas are TWICE as likely to die of coronavirus than those in the wealthiest neighbourhoods, statistics show. Professor Richard Harris.
24 July 2020

BBC Breakfast, BBC News at One, BBC News 24. Do's and don'ts of wearing a face mask. Dr Nilufar Ahmed.
24 July 2020

MailOnline. Homemade masks should have at least TWO layers of fabric to successfully stop droplets carrying the coronavirus, video shows. Dr Bryan Bzdek.
23 July 2020

The Times. Hundreds more coronavirus walk-in test centres planned. Dr Daniel Lawson.
23 July 2020

ITV Westcountry. The prospect of wearing face masks in public. Dr Nilufar Ahmed.
23 July 2020

BristolLive. Call for Bristol people to sign up to coronavirus vaccine trials. Professor Adam Finn.
22 July 2020

CBS News. The safety of singing during a pandemic. Professor Jonathan Reid.
22 July 2020

The Guardian, MSN News. Sing into the funnel please: inside the Covid-19 lab hoping to declare singing safe. Professor Jonathan Reid.
22 July 2020

The Guardian. Covid-19 deaths in England and Wales fall to lowest since lockdown. Dr Daniel Lawson.
21 July 2020

BBC News online. Is it safe to sing yet? Professor Jonathan Reid.
18 July 2020

BBC Breakfast, BBC Radio 2. How safe is it to sing and perform in public? Professor Jonathan Reid.
18 July 2020

MailOnline. Social distancing will 'continue for a long period of time.' Dr Daniel Lawson.
17 July 2020                                                            

Huffington Post UK. Are Patrick Vallance and the Government on the same page on COVID? Professor Oliver Johnson.
16 July 2020

Daily Telegraph. Is TikTok spying on me and should I be worried? Dr Awais Rashid.
16 July 2020                                                                                                           

MailOnline, Independent, Daily Telegraph, Daily Times Pakistan, TVN24 Poland. Death rates in intensive care from Covid-19 have fallen by a third, study finds. Professor Tim Cook.
16 July 2020  

The Irish Times, BBC News. Tourists could cause second Covid surge across Ireland, top doctor warns. Professor Gabriel Scally.
15 July 2020

BBC Africa. Counterfeit medicine industry thrives in West Africa. Dr Gernot Klantschnig.
15 July 2020

Independent. ‘We do not want to end up like Leicester’: Blackburn holds its breath after spike in Covid-19 cases. Professor Gabriel Scally.
14 July 2020

BBC News and BBC Radio 5 Live Drive. How quickly will mask wearing become the norm? Dr Nilufar Ahmed.
14 July 2020

ITV News’ coronavirus podcast. The threat of anti-vaxxers and how to spot conspiracy theories. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
14 July 2020

i News. Debunked: the conspiracy claiming there has ‘been no Covid pandemic’. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
14 July 2020

Belfast Telegraph. Coronavirus: New all-island quarantining strategy badly needed, says leading medic. Professor Gabriel Scally.
13 July 2020

Big Picture Science [listen at 26:40 in]. COVID curiosities. Dr Bryan Bzdek.
13 July 2020

BBC Points West [watch at 10:02 in]. Research project that could help singers and musicians play again. Professor Jonathan Reid.
13 July 2020

Yahoo! news. Do face masks work? Here's what the science says. Professor Adam Finn.
13 July 2020

The Observer, Evening Standard, Kent Online, Telegraph, Diário de Notícias, Kurir. With 120 countries making masks compulsory in public, shouldn’t England? Professor Adam Finn.
12 July 2020

Epigram. University of Bristol study aims to help bring gigs back. Professor Jonathan Reid.
12 July 2020

The Mirror. Keir Starmer slams bungler Boris Johnson over 'lifetime' of dodging responsibility. Professor Gabriel Scally.
11 July 2020

Huffington Post. How Losing Weight Could Help In The Fight Against Covid-19. Dr Karen Coulman.
10 July 2020

Breakfast on BBC Radio Bristol [listen at 2:35:30 in]. COVID-19 airborne aerosols and the PERFORM study. Professor Jonathan Reid.
10 July 2020

The Washington Times, Asia News Monitor, Daily Mail, Daily Express, Sky News, Sun, Mirror and Telegraph. UK coronavirus death toll rises by 48 to 44,650 in lowest Friday since lockdown. Professor Oliver Johnson.
10 July 2020

The Conversation. Arts rescue package: by all means protect Britain’s ‘jewels’ – but don’t forget the rest of the crown. Dr Kirsty Sedgman.
10 July 2020

The Conversation. Care homes have long been neglected – the pandemic has shown us how bad things are. Dr Lucy Pocock.
8 July 2020

LBC, The Telegraphthe Express, The Scotsman. Government's strategy doesn't go far enough towards eradicating the virus. Professor Gabriel Scally.
7 July 2020

MailOnline. Coronavirus UK: South West will be hardest hit by second wave. Professor Philip Thomas.
7 July 2020

Friday Magazine. To beat lockdown weight gain, no need to stop comfort eating. Professor Jeff Brunstrom.
7 July 2020

Diabetes Times. Charities pledge £315K for diabetes and COVID-19 research. Professor Kathleen Gillespie.
7 July 2020

BBC News online. Coronavirus: Am I eligible for a test? Dr Jessica Watson.
7 July 2020

El Exprés. Can pets transmit coronavirus? Dr Natalie Finch.
5 July 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today [listen at 1:16 in]. Assessing personal risk for COVID. Professor Lucy Yardley.
4 July 2020

Independent, Daily Mail, PoliticoIrish Examiner, The Telegraph, LBC, MSN UK, Yahoo! News. Mediterranean holiday destinations risk becoming 'melting pots' for coronavirus, expert warns. Professor Gabriel Scally.
3 July 2020

Dentistry Online. Is there a link between COVID-19 and oral hygiene? Professor Martin Addy.
3 July 2020

The New European. Experts warn government attempting to blame Public Health England for coronavirus failures. Professor Gabriel Scally.
2 July 2020

The Sun. The issues facing the UK's track and trace system. Dr Daniel Lawson.
2 July 2020

MailOnline. The 34 areas of England where COVID-19 cases have risen in the past week. Professor Philip Thomas.
2 July 2020

The Conversation, BBC Worklife. How pandemics fuel the rise of mega-corporations. Professor Martin Parker.
2 July 2020

June

The Spectator. How worried should we be about a second wave? Professor Oliver Johnson.
30 June 2020

The Guardian. Can I go clubbing? Yes – in New Zealand! Your guide to easing and the arts. Professor Gabriel Scally and Dr Anders Johansson.
29 June 2020

Independent, Daily Mail, . Coronavirus: UK on course for further 30,000 deaths unless Boris Johnson changes approach, Independent Sage warns. Professor Gabriel Scally.
27 June 2020

USA Today. Fact check: Doctors studying whether COVID-19 could trigger diabetes. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield.
27 June 2020

La Repubblica. New conspiracy theory claiming children can be killed by wearing masks. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
27 June 2020

The Times. UK coronavirus cases no longer falling, ONS figures show. Professor Oliver Johnson.
25 June 2020

BBC news online, MailOnline. Coronavirus: Young people 'more anxious during lockdown'. Dr Alex Kwong.
25 June 2020

Yahoo! News. Gold-standard review does 'not support the roll out of coronavirus antibody tests'. Dr Hayley Jones.
25 June 2020

Independent. Coronavirus: England in danger of following same route as US, leading epidemiologist warns. Professor Gabriel Scally.
25 June 2020

BBC News Health. Coronavirus: Does the UK have the pandemic under control? Professor Lucy Yardley.
24 June 2020

Daily Times. One metre or two? How social distancing affects COVID-19 risk. Professor Jonathan Reid.
24 June 2020

Metro, Daily Mail, Evening Standard. Boris scraps two-metre rule as he announces new easing of lockdown. Professor Lucy Yardley.
23 June 2020

Boris scraps two-metre rule as he announces new easing of lockdown
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Boris scraps two-metre rule as he announces new easing of lockdown
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Boris scraps two-metre rule as he announces new easing of lockdown
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Sky News Tonight. Easing social distancing measures.  Professor Gabriel Scally.
23 June 2020

Wired. How coronavirus reshaped the NHS.  Professor Albert Sanchez-Graells.
23  June 2020

New York Times, Reuters, Hindustan Times, The Jakata Post, MailOnline, Yahoo! News, Calgary Herald, La Nacion, . One Meter or Two? How Social Distancing Affects COVID-19 Risk. Professor Jonathan Reid.
23 June 2020

The Washington Times. Physicians warn coronavirus can cause diabetes. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield.
22 June 2020

BBC Two NewsnightIs England easing the lockdown safely? Professor Lucy Yardley.
22 June 2020

BBC Points West. How dangerous are large gatherings? Professor Jonathan Reid.
22 June 2020

Daily Telegraph, Good Food. Drinks in the park and takeaway pizzas are back – so here's how to beat the lockdown bloat. Professor Jeff Brunstrom.
22 June 2020

The Conversation, Australian Times, Yahoo! UK. Coronavirus could trigger diabetes in previously healthy people. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield.
19 June 2020

Daily Mail. Anxiety rates have DOUBLED in young people during Britain's Covid-19 crisis, study claims. Dr Alex Kwong.
19 June 2020

Schools Week. £1bn schools coronavirus ‘catch-up’ package revealed. Professor Simon Burgess.
19 June 2020

BBC Radio 4 PM [listen at 05:36 in]. Discussion on the latest ONS figures. Professor Oliver Johnson.
18 June 2020

Mail Online. NHS staff must be tested 'twice a week' for Covid. Dr Jessica Watson.
17 June 2020
 
The Spectator. Is it really necessary for schools to be closed?. Professor Oliver Johnson.
16 June 2020
 
Mail Online. Compulsory face coverings and widespread testing and tracing in the UK could save 50,000 LIVES from the coronavirus over a two-year period, study claims. Dr Daniel Lawson.

16 June 2020

BBC News onlineCNN News. Flushing 'can propel viral infection 3ft into air'. Dr Bryan Bzdek.
16 June 2020

Washington Post. Widespread mask-wearing could prevent covid-19 second waves, study says. Dr Ellen Brooks Pollock.
16 June 2020

BBC Points West. Easing of lockdown. Professor Adam Finn.
15 June 2020

i News. 2m social distancing rule: Why changing the UK’s coronavirus measures could be risky, amid conflicting evidence. Professor Jonathan Reid.
15 June 2020

Huffington Post Canada. Deconfination: how to adapt your daily life to COVID-19? Dr Anders Johansson.
15 June 2020

Express Informer. Compulsory face coverings and widespread coronavirus testing and tracing could save 50,000 lives. Dr Daniel Lawson.
15 June 2020

Sunday Express. Under 45? Chance of dying from coronavirus is one in 67,000, study suggests. Professor George Davey Smith.
14 June 2020

Bristol Live. The inside story to the 100 days since coronavirus hit Bristol. Professor Adam Finn.
14 June 2020

The Guardian. Oversupply of kits to care homes raises concern over Covid-19 test figures. Professor Gabriel Scally.
14 June 2020

Bristol Live. Keeping R number below one will cause 'public health catastrophe. Professor Philip Thomas.
12 June 2020

Yahoo! NewsBristol Live. Coronavirus: Is it safe to be closer than two metres? Professor Jonathan Reid.
12 June 2020

Time24 News. COVID-19. Discoveries that change everything we knew about . . .  Professor Adam Finn.
11 June 2020

Independent. What will it mean for the economy if schools don't re-open until September? Professor Simon Burgess.
11 June 2020

MSN NewsITV NewsBBC Science Focus. Researchers look at link between Covid-19 and cardiovascular diseases. Professor Debbie Lawlor.
11 June 2020

The Guardian [scroll to 17:47], Bristol Live. Most people want social distancing measures to remain at two metres, new data suggests.  Professor Jonathan Reid.
11 June 2020

The SpectatorThe Telegraph, BBC Radio 4's The Today Programme. Lockdown and the R-number: is Neil Ferguson right? Professor Simon Wood.
11 June 2020

Daily Mail, New York TimesThe StarThe CourierReuters UKLa TribuneRadio CanadaYahoo! FranceThe AustralianHindustan TimesNewsweek9NewsEl Pais BrazilWidespread face mask use could shrink 'R' and stop second wave. Dr Ellen Brooks Pollock.
10 June 2020

Research Professional News. Under pressure. Dr Emma Anderson.
10 June 2020

New Scientist. Is it safe for coronavirus 'shielders' in the UK to go outside now? Professor George Davey Smith.
9 June 2020

New Scientist. Lack of UK testing data is impeding our understanding of the outbreak. Dr Jessica Watson.
8 June 2020

Yahoo Style UK. BAME women make up over half of expectant mothers in hospital with COVID-19. Professor Andrew Whitelaw.
 
The Telegraph. Why lockdown could cost more lives than it saves. Professor Philip Thomas.
8 June 2020
 
60 Minutes Australia. From 5G towers to Bill Gates: Conspiracy theories in the time of coronavirus. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
7 June 2020
 
TES. Covid-19: What's the most infectious place in school? Professor Jonathan Reid.
7 June 2020
 
South West Independent. The challenge of finding a vaccine for coronavirus. Professor Adam Finn.
7 June 2020
 
The SpectatorDaily MailThe SunBrinkwireDaily MirrorBristol LiveThe Telegraph. New study suggests Covid infections were falling before lockdown. Professor Simon Wood.
5 to 7 June 2020
 
 

BBC News online. Coronavirus: One in five with Covid could test negative. Dr Jessica Watson.
3 June 2020

The Conversation. How pandemics past and present fuel the rise of mega-corporations. Professor Martin Parker.
3 June 2020

New Scientist. Why have there been so many coronavirus deaths in the UK? Professor Gabriel Scally.
3 June 2020

BBC Radio 4's More or Less. False negatives and testing capacity. Dr Jessica Watson.
3 June 2020

The Times, Daily Mirror, Yahoo News and regional newspapers. PHE's review of BAME virus deaths. Dr Saffron Karlsen.
3 June 2020

The Economist. Downturns tend to reduce gender inequality. Not under covid-19. Professor Sarah Smith.
2 June 2020

May 2020

The Observer, Daily Mail, Sputnik News. Did a coronavirus cause the pandemic that killed Queen Victoria's heir? Dr David Matthews.
31 May 2020

Las Provincias. Distance Educational Impairment. Professor Simon Burgess. 
31 May 2020

The Guardian, New Statesman. How ten years of privatisation may have exposed England to coronavirus. Professor Gabriel Scally.
31 May 2020

Sunday Express. Coronavirus: Personal risk scores 'could help majority get back to normal life'. Professor George Davey Smith.
31 May 2020

Radio Canada. Yes, there have been real conspiracy theories. Professor Stephen Lewandowsky. 
30 May 2020

NTV. Corona vaccine race: London sees itself as "leader". Professor Adam Finn. 
30 May 2020

The Guardian. Letters: Dominic Cummings’ actions damage public trust. Professor George Davey Smith.
30 May 2020

The Guardian. Coronavirus: the week explained - Who should shield from Covid-19?  Professor George Davey Smith.
29 May 2020

TES. Remote learning success shows value of time and space. Lucie Weaver.
29 May 2020

Capital News, Bulgaria. What did we (not) learn about the peculiarities of public behavior during a pandemic?. Dr Emma Anderson.
28 May 2020 

Research Professional News. Internal Covid-19 funding: Short deadlines all round. Dr Emma Anderson and Professor Rachael Gooberman-Hill.
28 May 2020

British Medical Journal. Shielding from covid-19 should be stratified by risk. Professor George Davey Smith.
28 May 2020 

Daily Mail. Britons should get an individual Covid-19 risk score on a scale from one to five to allow healthy youngsters out of the 'damaging' lockdown, scientists say. Professor George Davey Smith.
28 May 2020

G1. Inequality increases Covid-19 lethality in the slum, says study. Dr Patricia Camargo Magalhães. 
28 May 2020

Die Zeit. Wrong, Mr President! Professor Stephen Lewandowsky. 
27 May 2020

Times Higher Education. What next for pandemic research? Professor Philip Thomas. 
27 May 2020

Dentistry. Coming out of lockdown: informing the public and patients. Emetrius Professor Martin Addy. 
27 May 2020

New Scientist. At work, school and seeing friends: How to lower your coronavirus risk. Dr Anders Johansson.     
27 May 2020 

BBC Radio 4 Today programme [listen at 1:50:23 in]. Ethics of infecting volunteers with Covid-19 to find a vaccine for the disease. Dr Jonathan Ives.
27 May 2020

BBC Radio 4 The World Tonight [listen at 16:00 in]. Impact of Dominic Cummings' actions on voters. Paula Surridge.
26 May 2020 

El Confidencial. The English paradox: scientists plan to inoculate the coronavirus to save their vaccine. Dr Jonathan Ives. 
26 May 2020 

BBC One Points West [watch at 11:50 in]. How are we able to monitor how the pandemic is affecting the nation's mental health? Professor Bruce Hood.
26 May 2020

The Times. School closures have put an entire generation at a huge disadvantage. Professor Simon Burgess.    
25 May 2020 

The Guardian and The Sun. Doctors condemn secrecy over false negative Covid-19 tests. Dr Jessica Watson.
25 May 2020

Vice. Cell towers across the world are being targeted because of an anti-5G conspiracy. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
25 May 2020

The Observer. UK scientists want to infect volunteers with Covid-19 in race to find vaccine. Professor Jonathan Ives.
24 May 2020

Newstalk. Alive and Kicking with Clare McKenna - The race for a vaccine. Professor Adam Finn.           
24 May 2020

Daily Mail. Coronavirus is vanishing so quickly in Britain that Oxford University's vaccine trial only has a 50% chance of success. Professor Jonathan Ives.
23 May 2020

Xinhua. China's COVID-19 vaccine trial shows promising results. Professor Adam Finn.
23 May 2020

Der Welt. The impact coronavirus will have on university learning.  Professor Bruce McFarlane.
23 May 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today. The impact of not closing the UK's border. Professor Gabriel Scally.
23 May 2020

RTL Today, Yahoo! news and France 24. Virus-stung UK banks on vaccine drive. Professor Adam Finn.
22 May 2020

Bristol Live. People wanted for coronavirus vaccine trials in these postcodes.  Professor Adam Finn.
22 May 2020

Wired. The UK's contact tracing plan has two fatal flaws. Professor Gabriel Scally.
22 May 2020

Evening Standard and MSN UK. When will schools reopen? Dr Lucy Wenham.
22 May 2020

The Telegraph. Do not rely on coronavirus antibody test.  Professor Adam Finn.
22 May 2020

ITV news. Coronavirus and reopening schools: What do the experts say? Dr Lucy Wenham.
21 May 2020

BBC News 24. Best practice in keeping coronavirus at bay in the home. Professor Lucy Yardley.
20 May 2020

The Guardian. Healthcare staff to get coronavirus antibody tests from next week. Professor Adam Finn.
20 May 2020

New Statesman. Too little, too late, too flawed: the BMJ on the UK response to Covid-19.  Professor Gabriel Scally.
20 May 2020

Tech Explorist. New study aimed to identify markets that could predict COVID-19 outcome. Drs David Arnold and Fergus Hamilton.
19 May 2020

Chemical & Engineering News. The city of Bristol needed hand sanitizer. How one university stepped up. Professors Tim Gallagher and Adam Perriman.
19 May 2020

Politico and News 24 France. Vaccine skeptics threaten Europe's bid to beat coronavirus. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
18 May 2020

Rolling Stone. 'Immune to Evidence': How Dangerous Coronavirus Conspiracies Spread. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
18 May 2020

Sky News Today.  The search for a coronavirus vaccine. Professor Adam Finn.
18 May 2020

BBC Bitesize. How to deal with puzzling child behaviour. Professor Paul Howard-Jones.
17 May 2020

The Observer. Did singing together spread coronavirus to four choirs? Professor Adam Finn.
17 May 2020

The Guardian. ‘I can just glide through traffic’: how e-bikes could answer our commuting problems.  Professor Ashley Cooper.
17 May 2020

BBC Two Newsnight [watch at 09.22 in]. How is 'R' calculated and is it reliable?  Dr Ellen Brooks Pollock.
15 May 2020

The Conversation. 'Coronavirus, ‘Plandemic’ and the seven traits of conspiratorial thinking'. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
15 May 2020

BBC News online. Coronavirus: Genetic link study participants sought.  Professor Julian Gough.
15 May 2020

The Conversation. 'Coronavirus murders': media narrative about domestic abuse during lockdown is wrong and harmful. Dr Emma Williamson.
15 May 2020

The Conversation. 70% of people surveyed said they’d download a coronavirus app. Only 44% did. Why the gap? Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
15 May 2020

The Sun and The i. Coronavirus could be passed on through speech, study finds. Dr Michael Cotterell.
14 May 2020

BBC Radio Bristol Breakfast. Bereavement during COVID-19. Dr Lucy Selman.
14 May 2020

Times Higher Education. Will Covid-19 change universities forever? Don’t jump to conclusions. Professor Bruce Macfarlane.
14 May 2020

The Telegraph. When can my child see their friends again? Dr Dan O'Hare.
14 May 2020. 

CGTN. UK government urges public to wear homemade masks. Professor Adam Finn.
14 May 2020

Good Morning Britain. Discussion around the Government's response to the pandemic. Dr Gabriel Scally.
13 May 2020

India Today. Experts divided over men's blood enzyme that causes higher Covid-19 mortality. Professor Paolo Madeddu.
12 May 2020

Sky News, Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph [behind a paywall] and Gizmodo. Leave deliveries for 72 hours to limit risk of virus exposure, experts say. Professor Lucy Yardley.
11 May 2020

BBC Radio 5 Live [listen at 2:15:22 in]. Interview about minimising risk and maintaining infection control as lockdown eases. Professor Lucy Yardley.
11 May 2020

The Guardian. Confusion dilutes lockdown message. Professor Adam Finn.
10 May 2020

BBC Radio Bristol Saturday Breakfast with Ali Vowles. SleepQuest study to understand sleep quality, mental health and circadian rhythms in older people during COVID-19. Alfie Wearn.
9 May 2020

The Sun and Metro. Italian scientists claim to have ‘first vaccine that kills coronavirus’. Professor Adam Finn.
7 May 2020

Italian researchers claim to have the first vaccine to kill coronavirus


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Italian researchers claim to have the first vaccine to kill coronavirus


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Bristol Live. 6,000 people take part in 'groundbreaking' Bristol coronavirus study. Professor Nic Timpson.
7 May 2020

Bristol Live. Bristol's Government advisor explains next stage of coronavirus lockdown. Professor Lucy Yardley.
7 May 2020

The Telegraph. Household isolation could lessen severity of virus symptoms, study suggests. Professor Lucy Yardley.
7 May 2020

BBC Two: Our Finest Hours [watch at 10.47]. Medical students graduating early.
6 May 2020

BBC Points West, BBC online news. New app helps protect people looking after loved ones with coronavirus. Professor Lucy Yardley.
6 May 2020

BBC Points West. Vital coronavirus research to track frontline NHS staff in Bristol. Dr Anu Goenka.
6 May 2020

BBC Radio 4 More or Less [listen at 17.03 in]. Obesity risk and coronavirus. Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield.
6 May 2020

Yahoo! news, Daily Mail, The Sun and BBC Radio 4 Today programme [listen at 00:51:20] Exposure to higher 'viral load' when infected could make victims more severely ill. Professor Lucy Yardley.
6 May 2020

The Telegraph. Coronavirus Q&A: When will schools reopen & is it safe to send my child? Dr Dan O'Hare.
5 May 2020

The Conversation. What you need to know about how coronavirus is changing science. Professor Marcus Munafo.
5 May 2020

ITV.com. Partial list of SAGE membership list released by government following pressure. Professor Lucy Yardley                                 
4 May 2020

The Telegraph. Do breathing techniques work to help fight against coronavirus? Dr James Dodd.                                                       
4 May 202

BBC Radio Bristol [listen at 55:40 in]. Interview about testing and contact tracing. Professor Adam Finn.
4 May 2020

BBC Points West. Interview about Bristol's role in testing, transmission and vaccine development. Professor Adam Finn.
4 May 2020

Daily Mirror. How rival coronavirus science advisors compare to the government's position. Professor Gabriel Scally.
4 May 2020.

The Conversation. Coronavirus: what risks do people with kidney disease face? Professor Richard Coward.
4 May 2020

The Observer. UK lockdown must not be lifted until Covid-19 transmission is understood, say scientists. Professor Adam Finn and Professor Jonathan Reid.
3 May 2020

The Guardian, Yahoo! News and Sky News Arabia. UK lockdown must not be lifted until Covid-19 transmission is understood, say scientists. Professor Adam Finn.
3 May 2020 

BBC Radio 4, Today programme. A cure at what cost? Professor George Davey Smith and Professor Philip Thomas.
3 May 2020

Sky News. Interview about the grieving process when someone dies from coronavirus. Dr Lucy Selman.
2 May 2020

BBC Radio 4 The World Tonight [listen at 13.10 in]. The role of poverty in the pandemic. Professor David Gordon.
1 May 2020

Business Insider. 15 beliefs about fitness and exercise which aren't true. Dr Ahmend Elhakeem.
1 May 2020

Le Monde, Russia Today, Daily Mail, Der Welt and Huffington Post. Coronavirus death rate among BAME Britains is more than 2.5 times higher than that of the white population. Professor Tim Cook.
1 May 2020

April 2020

iNews. Coronavirus vaccine: UK to get early access to Oxford University vaccination if trials are successful. Professor Adam Finn.
30 April 2020 

BBC Two Newsnight [watch at 13.42 mins in]. Interview about the importance of contact tracing and testing. Dr Gabriel Scally.
30 April 2020

BBC One Question Time. Debate around the Government's response to the coronavirus pandemic. Sir Paul Nurse, Chancellor.
30 April 2020

iNews. Coronavirus vaccine: UK to get early access to Oxford University vaccination if trials are successful.  Professor Adam Finn.
30 April 2020

Daily Mirror. Coronavirus vaccine: Scientists pledge to produce 100 million doses in 2020. Professor Adam Finn.
30 April 2020

New Statesman. Why the UK’s cultural divide is forcing Labour to be cautious over the Tories and coronavirus. Paula Surridge.
30 April 2020

Bloomberg. Children With coronavirus may be just as infectious as adults. Professor Adam Finn.
30 April 2020

BBC News online. Coronavirus: What is the hidden health cost? Professor Philip Thomas.
29 April 2020

Daily Mail. Medical experts still learning about Covid-19 and premature birth. Professor Andrew Whitelaw.
29 April 2020

Daily Mirror, Metro, Wales Online and USA Today. Why you need to brush your teeth just before leaving the house. Professor Martin Addy.
29 April 2020

Yahoo News. Anger after Panorama claims government 'failed to stockpile crucial PPE'. Dr Gabriel Scally.
28 April 2020

International Business Times. Scientists find coronavirus in air pollution particles, says report. Professor Jonathan Reid.
28 April 2020

BBC News at Ten [watch at 14.35 mins in]. Main options for the gradual easing of the lockdown.  Professor Lucy Yardley.
27 April 2020

The Telegraph. When will schools reopen in the UK, and is it safe to send my child back? Dr Dan O'Hare.
27 April 2020

TES. Lockdown: Call to stop GCSE gap for vulnerable widening. Professor David Berridge.
27 April 2020

The Sun. Coronavirus found on air pollution particles prompting fears bug can travel over long distances. Professor Jonathan Reid.
25 April 2020

The Telegraph. The way out of lockdown: the strategies evaluated. Professor Adam Finn.
24 April 2020

Research Professional. Inside Bristol's 'Uncover' Covid-19 vaccine team [log-in required]. Imorphoron and UNCOVER Group.
24 April 2020

The Guardian. Coronavirus detected on particles of air pollution. Professor Jonathan Reid.
24 April 2020

The Guardian. What have scientists learned about Covid-19 so far? Professor Adam Finn.
24 April 2020

BBC Radio 4 Today programme [listen at 01.32.10 mins in]. Overview of Bristol's research into COVID-19. Professor Adam Finn and UNCOVER Group.
24 April 2020

The Telegraph. When will schools reopen in the UK, and is it safe to send my child back? Dr Dan O'Hare.
24 April 2020

Sky News: All Out Politics programme, Bristol Live. Human coronavirus vaccine trials taking place in Bristol. Professor Adam Finn.
23 April 2020

Bristol Live. Pregnant women needed for Bristol coronavirus study. Dr Emma Anderson.
23 April 2020

BBC News. Calls for enquiry on Cheltenham Festival go-ahead. Professor Gabriel Scally.
23 April 2020

The Guardian. Psychiatrists fear surge of Covid-19 cases. Professor David Gunnell.
22 April 2020

The Conversation. Coronavirus: flying in fruit pickers from countries in lockdown is dangerous for everyone. Dr Denny Pencheva.
21 April 2020

BBC Radio Bristol. Interview about Children of the 90s' COVID-19 questionnaire. Professor Nic Timpson.
21 April 2020 

Metro, Sputnik News, World Economic Forum, Western Daily Press. How coronavirus has transformed the grieving process. Dr Lucy Selman.
20 April 2020

Yahoo News. Scientists dismiss claim more men are dying from coronavirus because it 'is expressed in testicles'. Professor Paolo Madeddu.
20 April 2020

The Conversation. Coronavirus conspiracy theories are dangerous – here's how to stop them spreading. Professor Stephan Lewandowsky.
20 April 2020

Medical News Today. COVID-19 and pets: What is there to know? Professor Mick Bailey.
19 April 2020

MSN Australia. Coronavirus: five months on, what scientists know about Covid-19.  Professor Adam Finn.
19 April 2020

BBC Points West. Report on Children of the 90s' COVID-19 questionnaire. Professor Nic Timpson.
17 April 2020

The Conversation. How coronavirus has transformed the grieving process. Dr Lucy Selman.
17 April 2020

Daily Express. Expert on 'new ways' retailers can attract buyers. Dr Eleanora Pantano.
17 April 2020

BBC Points West [watch at 07.17 mins in]. Latest update about the current lockdown and the relaxing of restrictions. Professor Adam Finn.
16 April 2020

The Conversation, World Economic Forum. Coronavirus: how accurate are coronavirus tests? Dr Jessica Watson and Dr Penny Whiting.
16 April 2020

The Telegraph. Could 'proning' help you fight coronavirus? Dr James Dodd.
16 April 2020

Bristol Live. Inside the lab leading Bristol's coronavirus vaccine effort. Professor Adam Finn, Professor Imre Berger and Frederic Garzoni.
16 April 2020

Bristol 24/7, BBC Points West and Heart FM. Bristol Uni produces hand sanitiser for city's key workers. School of Chemistry.
15 April 2020

The Naked Scientists. Coronavirus mutation disrupts vaccine trials. Dr David Matthews.
15 April 2020

BBC Points West [watch at 06.33 mins in]. Latest update from Bristol scientists studying COVID-19 to understand the virus. Dr Andrew Davidson and Dr David Matthews.
14 April 2020

BBC Radio Bristol: Vital work could help pave the way for coronavirus vaccines.  Dr David Matthews.
14 April 2020

The Conversation. How a virus brought New York to a standstill in the summer of 1916. Professor Gareth Williams.
14 April 2020

Newsweek. Obesity one of the biggest risk factors in COVID-19 hospitalisations, study suggests. Dr Joshua Bell.
14 April 2020

The Observer. Five months on, what scientists now know about the coronavirus. Professor Adam Finn.
12 April 2020

Sunday Guardian Live. Clinical trials, diagnostic tests for COVID-19 take place in UK. Professor Adam Finn and Professor Imre Berger.
11 April 2020

Bristol Cable. Whose life to save? Investigating the 'do not resuscitate' form coronavirus controversy. Dr Jonathan Ives.
10 April 2020.

Yahoo Finance UK. Coronavirus: How susceptible are pets to the infection? Professor Mick Bailey.
9 April 2020

The Telegraph. Can breathing techniques help in the fight against coronavirus? Dr James Dodds.
8 April 2020

Medical Xpress. New vaccine platform used to develop COVID-19 candidates. Professor Imre Berger and Professor Adam Finn.
8 April 2020

BBC Points West [watch at 1.20 mins in], Bristol Live. Vaccine tests to begin in Bristol after team make coronavirus breakthrough. Professor Imre Berger and Professor Adam Finn.
7 and 8 April 2020

The Spectator. How to read coronavirus graphs. Dr Oliver Johnson.
7 April 2020

Bristol Live. Bristol University scientists have made discovery which could help find COVID-19 vaccine. Dr David Matthews and Dr Andrew Davidson.
6 April 2020

New York Times. A new COVID-19 crisis: Domestic abuse rises worldwide. Professor Marianne Hester.
6 April 2020

BBC News  online, The Independent, Mirror, Metro. Scientists brand 5G claims 'complete rubbish'. Professor Adam Finn.
5 April 2020

CNN health, 7news Australia, CTV news. Some may joke about a coronavirus baby boom. Here's why you shouldn't try to conceive in quarantine. Emeritus Professor Andrew Whitelaw.
5 April 2020

BBC Six O’clock News, BBC Points West, ITV News, ITV Westcountry News, BBC Radio 4 Six O’clock News [listen at 22 mins in]. Online graduation for final year medical students.
3 April 2020

Daily Telegraph. Matt Hancock's five-point coronavirus testing plan explained. Professor Adam Finn.
3 April 2020

The Times. Death toll in UK nears 3,000 amid record daily rise. Professor Oliver Johnson.
3 April 2020

Channel News Asia. Increasing cases of domestic violence as cities go into lockdown. Professor Gene Feder.
2 April 2020

Channel 4 News. BMA guidance around prioritising care for patients. Dr Jonathan Ives.
2 April 2020

Bristol Cable. Bristol University experts rally to fight COVID-19 and search for a vaccine. Professor Adam Finn, Dr David Matthews and Professor Colin Dayan.
2 April 2020

The Spectator. UK lockdown sends nearly a million applicants to Universal Credit. Professor Oliver Johnson.
2 April 2020

BBC News online, Metro, DailyMail, The Times, Bristol Post and others. Bristol medical students qualify early to help NHS. 
1 April 2020 

UnHerd: How likely are you to die of coronavirus? Professor George Davey Smith.
1 April 2020

March 2020

Stage, BBC Radio 4's Front Row. Embracing the power of digital theatre. Dr Kirsty Sedgman.
31 March 2020.

Sydney Morning Herald, TelegraphBristol Post, Info Security Magazine and Verdict. Who else is listening to your ZOOM video conference call? Dr Andrew Dwyer.
30 March 2020

talkRADIO: Tips for staying calm and happy during the lockdown. Professor Bruce Hood.
29 March 2020

The Guardian, BBC Radio 4 & local BBC Radio: The development of a coronavirus vaccine and the effectiveness of testing. Professor Adam Finn.
29 March 2020

The Guardian. Letters: Science and psychology of the coronavirus crisis. Professor Simon Wood.
27 March 2020

Nature: Science-ing from home. Chair in Biomedical Sciences Rafael Carazo Salas.
26 March 2020

The Sun, TelegraphYahoo! News, Daily Mail and Irish Examiner: Newborn babies test positive for coronavirus. Emetrius Professor Dr Andrew Whitelaw.
26 March 2020

Financial Times:  Simple ways to reduce anxiety during lockdown. Dr James Dodd.
26 March 2020

The Conversation: What we know about ACE inhibitors, high blood pressure and COVID-19. Dr Rupert Payne.
25 March 2020

The Week: Why economic crash could cost more lives than coronavirus. Professor Philip Thomas.
25 March 2020

BBC News & local BBC Radio: The importance of social distancing while staying fit and healthy. Dr Charlie Foster.
24 March 2020

Esquire: What Am I Actually Allowed To Do Now? An Expert Decodes The Coronavirus Lockdown Rules. Professor Lucy Yardley.
24 March 2020

The Guardian, Daily Mail and This is Money UK:  Higher step counts could lower risk of early death, study finds. Dr Charlie Foster.
24 March 2020

The Times: Teachers urge families not to ignore coronavirus classroom ban. Dr Dan O'Hara.
23 March 2020

UK Labour Law: Legislating in Times of Crisis: The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. Professor Alan Bogg and Professor Michael Ford QC.
23 March 2020

BBC 5 Live: The importance of social distancing while staying fit and healthy. Dr Charlie Foster.
23 March 2020

The Conversation: Coronavirus: five books to keep young people happy during lockdown. Dr Mimi Thebo.
20 March 2020

Wired: The behavioural science behind the UK's social distancing policy. Health Psychologist Dr Emma Anderson.
19 March 2020

BBC News Online: Coronavirus: How to exercise while staying at home. Dr Charlie Foster.
19 March 2020

National Geographic: What's the safest gathering size to slow the coronavirus? There isn't one. Dr Anders Johansson.
19 March 2020

British Medical Journal: How can we involve communities in managing the covid-19 pandemic? Professor Lucy Yardley.
17 March 2020

The Guardian: Coronavirus may force UK doctors to decide who they’ll save. Dr Jonathan Ives.
14 March 2020

LBC: The psychology behind self-isolation. Professor Lucy Yardley.
13 March 2020

BBC Radio 4 PM Programme: Keeping schools open: how does Coronavirus affect young people? Professor Adam Finn.
13 March 2020

BBC Online: Coronavirus: How can AI help fight the pandemic? Professor Sabine Hauert.
12 March 2020

ITV News and online: Bristol scientists studying coronavirus to understand the virus. Dr David Matthews and Dr Andrew Davidson.
11 March 2020

The Daily Telegraph: Coronavirus: Is it time to stop using public transport? Professor Lucy Yardley.
10 March 2020

British Medical Journal: Should we wave goodbye to the handshake? Professor Lucy Yardley.
10 March 2020

Good Morning Britain: Virologists looking into ways of killing the live virus and preventing its growth Dr David Matthews and Dr Andrew Davidson.
9 March 2020

BBC Two Newsnight: Research into the behaviour of the COVID-19 virus. Dr David Matthews and Dr Andrew Davidson.
5 March 2020

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