Pioneering prehistoric landscape reconstruction reveals early dinosaurs lived on tropical islands 26 February 2021
A new study using leading edge technology has shed surprising light on the ancient habitat where some of the first dinosaurs roamed in the UK around 200 million years ago.
Student who took exams while on active deployment 'beyond happy' to finish degree 26 February 2021
A student who juggled a full-time job, full-time study and work in the RAF reserves even taking exams while on active deployment says she is beyond happy to have finished her law degree.
Embed Germ Defence behaviours at home to reduce virus spread now and in the future 26 February 2021
As COVID-19 vaccines are rolled out, a roadmap for unlocking Britain is announced, new research which looked at data from over 28,000 users of the website 'Germ Defence' since May 2020 highlights the continued, critical importance of breaking chains of virus transmission within our homes.
Impact of Covid-19 pandemic on domestic abuse referrals in primary care to be explored 25 February 2021
A new study, led by researchers at the University of Bristol's Centre for Academic Primary Care in collaboration with colleagues in Queen Mary University of London, UCL, University of Oxford and IRISi will explore whether and how GP referrals to domestic abuse services have changed during the coronavirus pandemic.
Opioid agonist treatment could substantially reduce drug related deaths if used more widely 25 February 2021
New evidence that opioid agonists such as methadone and buprenorphine could substantially reduce drug related deaths if more widely used in the community and prison, and for longer, has been published in Lancet Psychiatry today [25 February].
University of Bristol works with hospital staff to improve COVID patient monitoring 25 February 2021
Recognising the enormity of the challenges faced by the NHS during the COVID-19 pandemic, experts from the University of Bristol have created a data monitoring system to help hospital staff as they care for patients.
Mum would be proud Student who cared for terminally ill mum fights odds to earn Masters 24 February 2021
A student who passed her neuroscience Masters despite a demanding job and providing round-the-clock care for her terminally ill mother has said: Mum would be proud.
Bristol researchers feature on captivating BBC Two wildlife series 22 February 2021
Fascinating research by two University of Bristol academics features in a new BBC Two wildlife series.
High fructose diets could cause immune system damage 22 February 2021
New research led by Swansea University in collaboration with researchers at the University of Bristol and the Francis Crick Institute in London has indicated that consuming a diet high in the sugar fructose might prevent the proper functioning of peoples' immune systems in ways that has, until now, largely been unknown.
Pioneering research reveals gardens are secret powerhouse for pollinators 22 February 2021
Home gardens are by far the biggest source of food for pollinating insects, including bees and wasps, in cities and towns, according to new research.