• Evidence from warm past confirms recent IPCC estimates of climate sensitivity 5 February 2015 New evidence shows that the levels of atmospheric CO2 millions of years ago support recent climate change predictions from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
  • How happy and healthy is your rabbit? 3 February 2015 Rabbits are the UK’s third most popular pet, after cats and dogs, with around 1.7 million kept as pets but very little is known about their quality of life. A new University of Bristol study has found although many pet rabbits are happy and healthy several issues, including living alone or with unsuitable animals, affect many rabbits.
  • Bristol students awarded Diamond Jubilee Scholarships 3 February 2015 Three Bristol engineering students are celebrating their success after receiving Diamond Jubilee Scholarships from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
  • Bristol offers research ‘tasters’ for practising vets 2 February 2015 The School of Veterinary Science, in association with the University’s Elizabeth Blackwell Institute, is offering veterinary clinicians an opportunity to spend six months doing research in Bristol’s medical labs.
  • Teocah’s top accolade from the Queen 2 February 2015 A recent University of Bristol student has a date with the Queen after being awarded a top honour in recognition of her outstanding voluntary work.
  • New book explores ‘this thing called literature’ 2 February 2015 What is this thing called literature? Why should we study it? And how? A new book by Professor Andrew Bennett of the University of Bristol and Professor Nicholas Royle of the University of Sussex exploring these questions will be launched on Friday 6 February at Foyles Bookshop in Bristol.
  • Alfred Jewel comes under the spotlight 2 February 2015 The Alfred Jewel, one of the most precious objects from the Anglo Saxon era, will be the subject of a TV documentary by Professor Mark Horton of the University of Bristol’s Department of Archaeology and Anthropology.
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