The University of Bristol has set out plans for its new campus due to open in 2021. The site will regenerate the old sorting office.Read the full story ›
Mark Wickham-Jones, Professor of Political Science at Bristol University, provides his insight into the 2017 General Election result.Read the full story ›
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University of Bristol research reveals that the life expectancy of those diagnosed with HIV has increased by a decade.Read the full story ›
Almost a third of dogs checked during visits to the vets were found to be carrying a tick, according to researchers at Bristol University.Read the full story ›
University staff across the West Country have returned to work today after a two day strike over pay.
Lecturers and teaching staff, including those at the University of Bristol, say they have been held to a 1.1% pay rise and are angry that vice-chancellors have been awarded a 6.4% hike.
The University and College Union is also campaigning on gender equality issues and there is also concern about increased use of short term teaching contracts.
Sir David Attenborough has been in Bristol to open the university's new sixty million pound research and teaching centre.
Researchers at the Life Sciences building will study plants, animal behaviour and evolution.
In a speech to over 200 guests, staff and students, Sir Attenborough said: “We in Britain have been leaders in understanding the Life Sciences and you will be the leaders of tomorrow.
“Nothing could be more important in the area of scholarship than this. Understanding the natural sciences and the processes that brought us here – these things bring joy and resonance and happiness to our lives.
“This great building will give you and its graduates pleasure for the rest of your lives. It will play an important role in tackling the great problems and difficulties that the world is going to face in your generation.”
A 28-year-old Bristol University student forced to abandon her attempt to row across the Pacific Ocean, says she hasn't made up her mind whether to try again.
Bad weather meant Elsa Hammond had to change her plans to make Hawaii, and is now heading for Mexico. She had planned to row the 2400 miles in less than the current record of 99 days.
A man who's campaigned for 30 years about meningitis and raised millions of pounds for research will be awarded an honorary degree at the University of Bristol today.
Steve Dayman lost his baby son Spencer to the illness. This afternoon, former nurse and equal rights campaigner Princess Campbell - who was the first black ward sister in Bristol - will also be honoured.