Commuters are being urged to help influence future decisions on how to improve congestion and the region's air quality.Read the full story ›
West Country researchers have been looking into the origins of more than 45,000 surnames during a four-year study.Read the full story ›
Seagulls have developed a knowledge of when bars and pubs close, gathering in wait for food to be dropped, research has shownRead the full story ›
The actor and comedian Eddie Izzard is taking his 'Stand up for Europe' campaign to students in Bristol ahead of the EU ReferendumRead the full story ›
Trials of a potentially ‘world-changing’ technology aimed at prolonging the life of fresh produce have proved successful.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of paramedic students have attended the UK Student Paramedic Conference held by South Western Ambulance Service.Read the full story ›
Vice-Chancellor and President of the University of the West of England Professor Steve West has announced that it is important that the University remains focused on its ambitions for the future as the indications point to a Conservative second term this morning.
Professor West wants the sector to be represented in Westminster although universities are usually politically neutral.
The University has a clear and ambitious strategic direction. Our responsibility is to work with our staff, students and partners to deliver the best opportunities and outcomes for our graduates through high quality, sustainable teaching and research.
Working with Westminster as well as our region will continue to be a priority for us to ensure we maximise our influence and commitment to creating an exciting and sustainable future for all.
Bristol's leading the way in human waste recycling. Scientists at the University of the West of England have invented a pee-powered light-up toilet.
Caron Bell reports.
Researchers at the University of the West of England have developed a urinal that generates electricity as you pee.
It's a joint project with Oxfam which it's hoped will provide light for cubicles in refugee camps which can be dark and dangerous places.
The technology is being described as a huge step forward in green power generation.
Oxfam is an expert at providing sanitation in disaster zones, and it is always a challenge to light inaccessible areas far from a power supply. This technology is a huge step forward.
Living in a refugee camp is hard enough without the added threat of being assaulted in dark places at night. The potential of this invention is huge.
After smashing the competition in the final of the U.S Open this weekend, squash player Mohamed Elshorbagy has been made the world #1.Read the full story ›