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Guelph Mercury
Study: Men say they're less inclined to use condoms if a female partner is attractivescientific survey, than if they think their fling is less attractive. Research
Study: Men say they're less inclined to use condoms if a female partner is attractive
Guelph Mercury / Posted 7 hours ago
scientific survey, than if they think their fling is less attractive. Researchers at the University of Southampton and the University of Bristol asked heterosexual men to report their desire to have unprotected sex with 20 women, based on... Read more
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The Forward
Jew Vs. Jew, Brit Vs. Brit, No One Agrees on Brexitas its Jewish community — was sharply divided. “I’m honestly can’t stop crying
Jew Vs. Jew, Brit Vs. Brit, No One Agrees on Brexit
The Forward / Posted 7 hours ago
as its Jewish community — was sharply divided. “I’m honestly can’t stop crying,” Rebecca Filer, a Jewish student at the University of Bristol, said on Twitter Friday. The Board of Deputies of British Jews said in a statement Friday that... Read more
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EuroNews
What does Brexit mean for science?can’t see this as being anything other than bad news,” warned Paul Bates, Profe
What does Brexit mean for science?
EuroNews / Posted 11 hours ago
can’t see this as being anything other than bad news,” warned Paul Bates, Professor of Geographical Science at the University of Bristol, “because it will make the UK a less attractive place for European and overseas students”. Dr Andrew... Read more
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Daily Mail
Men more likely to have unprotected sex with attractive womenhealth status and intended condom use among heterosexual men. Researchers from
Men more likely to have unprotected sex with attractive women
Daily Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
health status and intended condom use among heterosexual men. Researchers from the University of Southampton and the University of Bristol quizzed 51 English-speaking heterosexual men aged between 18 and 69 years. RELATED ARTICLES How... Read more
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The Financial Express
New bio-ink for 3D printing with stem cellsare introduced. “Designing the new bio-ink was extremely challenging,” said le
New bio-ink for 3D printing with stem cells
The Financial Express / Posted 18 hours ago
are introduced. “Designing the new bio-ink was extremely challenging,” said lead researcher Dr Adam Perriman from the University of Bristol in the UK. “You need a material that is printable, strong enough to maintain its shape when immersed... Read more
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New Kerala
Scientists create new bio-ink for 3D printing - newkerala.com #81113London, June 24 : Scientists from University of Bristol have found a new bio-in
Scientists create new bio-ink for 3D printing - newkerala.com #81113
New Kerala / Posted 19 hours ago
London, June 24 : Scientists from University of Bristol have found a new bio-ink for 3D printing with stem cells that allows printing of living tissue known as bio-printing. The new bio-ink contains two different polymer components: a natural... Read more
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Reuters
How will Britain's EU referendum vote count work on the night?do not hold the lead or even if it is very close, it may bode badly for them. R
How will Britain's EU referendum vote count work on the night?
Reuters / Posted yesterday
do not hold the lead or even if it is very close, it may bode badly for them. Ron Johnston, a professor of geography at the University of Bristol who has researched the counting areas and modeled how the vote could unfold, said the big picture was... Read more
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PhysOrg
A new bio-ink for 3-D printing with stem cellsbioprinting in action. It’s a rapidly emerging technique for the building of li
A new bio-ink for 3-D printing with stem cells
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
bioprinting in action. It’s a rapidly emerging technique for the building of living 3D tissue constructs. Scientists at the University of Bristol have developed a new kind of bio-ink, which could eventually allow the production of complex tissues... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Novel stem cell-containing bio-ink allows 3D printing of complex tissues for surgical implantsScientists at the University of Bristol have developed a new kind of bio-ink, w
Novel stem cell-containing bio-ink allows 3D printing of complex tissues for surgical implants
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
Scientists at the University of Bristol have developed a new kind of bio-ink, which could eventually allow the production of complex tissues for surgical implants. The new stem cell-containing bio ink allows 3D printing of living tissue, known as... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Britain Votes: All You Need To Know About Today's Brexit Referendum And What To Look Fordo not hold the lead or even if it is very close, it may bode badly for them. R
Britain Votes: All You Need To Know About Today's Brexit Referendum And What To Look For
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
do not hold the lead or even if it is very close, it may bode badly for them. Ron Johnston, a professor of geography at the University of Bristol who has researched the counting areas and modelled how the vote could unfold, said the big picture was... Read more
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Reuters
How will Britain's EU referendum vote count work on the night?do not hold the lead or even if it is very close, it may bode badly for them. R
How will Britain's EU referendum vote count work on the night?
Reuters / Posted 2 days ago
do not hold the lead or even if it is very close, it may bode badly for them. Ron Johnston, a professor of geography at the University of Bristol who has researched the counting areas and modeled how the vote could unfold, said the big picture was... Read more
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dna
Decoded: How will Britain's EU referendum vote count work on the night?do not hold the lead or even if it is very close, it may bode badly for them. R
Decoded: How will Britain's EU referendum vote count work on the night?
dna / Posted 2 days ago
do not hold the lead or even if it is very close, it may bode badly for them. Ron Johnston, a professor of geography at the University of Bristol who has researched the counting areas and modelled how the vote could unfold, said the big picture was... Read more
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The Scientist
Illustrating #FieldworkFailsscientists on Twitter,” Jourdane said. The book will feature stories submitted
Illustrating #FieldworkFails
The Scientist / Posted 3 days ago
scientists on Twitter,” Jourdane said. The book will feature stories submitted by Agata Staniewicz, a biologist at the University of Bristol, U.K., who accidentally glued herself to a crocodile while attaching a radio transmitter; and by Jeff... Read more
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Daily Mail
Vaping healthier than smoking due to having less chemicalsinside Tobacco smokers may be able to prevent artery cell damage by vaping Ma
Vaping healthier than smoking due to having less chemicals
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
inside Tobacco smokers may be able to prevent artery cell damage by vaping Marcus Munafo is a professor of psychology at University of Bristol Tobacco still kills six million people around the world every year. Despite huge public health... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Why owning a cat is good for you, as per sciencea cat is for life, not just until you find a partner. Cat owners are smart A 2
Why owning a cat is good for you, as per science
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
a cat is for life, not just until you find a partner. Cat owners are smart A 2010 survey of British pet owners by the University of Bristol found that people who owned cats were more likely to have college degrees than their dog loving... Read more
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PhotonicsOnline
New Generation Of High-Efficiency Solar Thermal Absorbers Developedtrilayer metasurface within inset showing rounded features in the upper 2D gold
New Generation Of High-Efficiency Solar Thermal Absorbers Developed
PhotonicsOnline / Posted 4 days ago
trilayer metasurface within inset showing rounded features in the upper 2D gold square periodic surface. Image Credit: University of Bristol Researchers from the Universities of Bristol and Exeter are one step closer to developing a new... Read more
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PhysOrg
Breathing space for the Gulf Streamtoday in the international journal Nature Geoscience. Greenland's glaciers are
Breathing space for the Gulf Stream
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
today in the international journal Nature Geoscience. Greenland's glaciers are melting. Recent work by researchers at the University of Bristol found a 50 per cent increase in the freshwater flux since 1990. Due to both enhanced summer melt and... Read more
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PhysOrg
When Britain was fringed by tropical seasin the background in tropical seas Credit: Drawing by Valentina Rossi, one of t
When Britain was fringed by tropical seas
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
in the background in tropical seas Credit: Drawing by Valentina Rossi, one of the lead authors of the work A team from the University of Bristol has shed new light on the creatures that inhabited the tropical seas surrounding Britain at the start... Read more
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PhysOrg
New generation of high-efficiency solar thermal absorbers developedtrilayer metasurface within the inset shows rounded features in the upper 2-D g
New generation of high-efficiency solar thermal absorbers developed
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
trilayer metasurface within the inset shows rounded features in the upper 2-D gold square periodic surface. Credit: University of Bristol Researchers from the Universities of Bristol and Exeter are one step closer to developing a new... Read more
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Daily Mail
What would happen if Earth's 1,500 volcanoes erupted at once?erupted in historical time. However, not all eruptions are the same. Dr Matth
What would happen if Earth's 1,500 volcanoes erupted at once?
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
erupted in historical time. However, not all eruptions are the same. Dr Matthew Watson, a volcano specialist from the University of Bristol told MailOnline: 'You can broadly categorise eruptions into two different types. 'The first, effusive,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Interpreting racist internet memesCredit: University of Bristol Real-life experiences of racism have a significan
Interpreting racist internet memes
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
Credit: University of Bristol Real-life experiences of racism have a significant impact on the way black and minority ethnic people view the online world, a University of Bristol study has found. To better understand perceptions of racial... Read more
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Raw Story
Stegosaurus had bite like a sheepin the journal Nature Scientific Reports. Lead author Dr Stephan Lautenschlage
Stegosaurus had bite like a sheep
Raw Story / Posted 10 days ago
in the journal Nature Scientific Reports. Lead author Dr Stephan Lautenschlager, a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Bristol, used engineering software to give the digital skulls the material properties to match as closely as... Read more
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PhysOrg
Huge ancient river basin explains location of the world's fastest flowing glacierCredit: Jefferson Beck, NASA An ancient basin hidden beneath the Greenland ice
Huge ancient river basin explains location of the world's fastest flowing glacier
PhysOrg / Posted 10 days ago
Credit: Jefferson Beck, NASA An ancient basin hidden beneath the Greenland ice sheet, discovered by researchers at the University of Bristol, may help explain the location, size and velocity of Jakobshavn Isbræ, Greenland's fastest flowing... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Mugabe's Gukurahundi Threats Revealingto bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part... ." l Admore Tsh
Mugabe's Gukurahundi Threats Revealing
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part... ." l Admore Tshuma is an expert on transitional justice. He completed his Ph.D at the University of Bristol, UK, where he was externally examined by a University of Oxford... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
Is there a reproducibility “crisis” in biomedical research?do to address it? Failing to reproduce results is a rite of passage, says Marc
Is there a reproducibility “crisis” in biomedical research?
ScienceBlogs / Posted 11 days ago
do to address it? Failing to reproduce results is a rite of passage, says Marcus Munafo, a biological psychologist at the University of Bristol, UK, who has a long-standing interest in scientific reproducibility. When he was a student, he says, “I... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Teaching the teachersteachers in the OECD have never taught alongside another teacher, observed anot
Teaching the teachers
Namibia Economist / Posted 12 days ago
teachers in the OECD have never taught alongside another teacher, observed another or given feedback. Simon Burgess of the University of Bristol says teaching is still “a closed-door profession”, adding that teaching unions have made it hard for... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Queen's birthday honour for University of Roehampton vice chancellorour mission." Professor O’Prey studied at Oxford and gained his PhD from Brist
Queen's birthday honour for University of Roehampton vice chancellor
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
our mission." Professor O’Prey studied at Oxford and gained his PhD from Bristol in 1993. He spent sixteen years at the University of Bristol before joining the University of Roehampton in 2004. His publications include a number of books and... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Queen's birthday honours 2016: The full listto Global Humanitarian Emergency Response. (London) Professor Deborah Janette
Queen's birthday honours 2016: The full list
Daily Mirror / Posted 14 days ago
to Global Humanitarian Emergency Response. (London) Professor Deborah Janette Sharp. Professor of Primary Health Care, University of Bristol. For services to Primary Care. (Somerset) Miss Jennifer Elizabeth Shaw. Head of Battle of Jutland... Read more
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iol.co.za
Bigger wine glasses 'make us drink more'Researchers from the University of Cambridge and the University of Bristol exam
Bigger wine glasses 'make us drink more'
iol.co.za / Posted 16 days ago
Researchers from the University of Cambridge and the University of Bristol examined drinking habits of revellers at a restaurant with a bar in Cambridge over a 16-week period. Wine could be purchased by the glass and was served in different sized... Read more
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dna
Larger wine glasses may lead people to drink more, claims new studyeven when the amount of the drink remains the same, a new study suggests. Rese
Larger wine glasses may lead people to drink more, claims new study
dna / Posted 17 days ago
even when the amount of the drink remains the same, a new study suggests. Researchers from University of Cambridge and University of Bristol in the United Kingdom (UK) found that increasing the size of wine glasses led to an almost 10% increase... Read more
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The Financial Express
Larger wine glasses may lead people to drink moreResearchers from University of Cambridge and University of Bristol in the UK fo
Larger wine glasses may lead people to drink more
The Financial Express / Posted 17 days ago
Researchers from University of Cambridge and University of Bristol in the UK found that increasing the size of wine glasses led to an almost 10 per cent increase in sales. (Reuters) Serving wine in larger glasses may encourage people to drink more,... Read more
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New Kerala
Use smaller wine goblets to reduce drinking - newkerala.com #73646of glass in which alcohol is served affects consumption, the researchers togeth
Use smaller wine goblets to reduce drinking - newkerala.com #73646
New Kerala / Posted 17 days ago
of glass in which alcohol is served affects consumption, the researchers together with Professor Marcus Munafo from the University of Bristol carried out a study in The Pint Shop in Cambridge from mid-March to early July 2015. The establishment... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Larger wine glasses may lead people to drink moreeven when the amount of the drink remains the same, a new study suggests. Resea
Larger wine glasses may lead people to drink more
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
even when the amount of the drink remains the same, a new study suggests. Researchers from University of Cambridge and University of Bristol in the UK found that increasing the size of wine glasses led to an almost 10 per cent increase in... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Larger wine glasses 'leads to drinking more'consuming wine from a larger glass leads to people drinking more. Researchers
Larger wine glasses 'leads to drinking more'
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
consuming wine from a larger glass leads to people drinking more. Researchers from the University of Cambridge and the University of Bristol examined drinking habits of revellers at a restaurant with a bar in Cambridge over a 16-week... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Larger wine glasses 'leads to drinking more'consuming wine from a larger glass leads to people drinking more. Researchers
Larger wine glasses 'leads to drinking more'
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 17 days ago
consuming wine from a larger glass leads to people drinking more. Researchers from the University of Cambridge and the University of Bristol examined drinking habits of revellers at a restaurant with a bar in Cambridge over a 16-week... Read more
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express
Want to stop guests drinking all your wine? LARGE glasses leads to people consuming MOREconsuming wine from a larger glass leads to people drinking more. Researchers
Want to stop guests drinking all your wine? LARGE glasses leads to people consuming MORE
express / Posted 18 days ago
consuming wine from a larger glass leads to people drinking more. Researchers from the University of Cambridge and the University of Bristol examined drinking habits of revellers at a restaurant with a bar in Cambridge over a 16-week... Read more
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BC Local News
Where's the beef. You'd be surprisedscientific literature and writing, Temple began looking into it with fellow co-
Where's the beef. You'd be surprised
BC Local News / Posted 18 days ago
scientific literature and writing, Temple began looking into it with fellow co-writer Richard Evershed, an academic at the University of Bristol, who developed analytic methods in chemistry that determined how much cheaper oil had been added to... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Pure Coincidence? Massive McKinsey-Managed Hedge Fund Has Made Money In 24 Out Of 25 Yearsmanagement consultants, their clients and the elite groups they connect to regu
Pure Coincidence? Massive McKinsey-Managed Hedge Fund Has Made Money In 24 Out Of 25 Years
Zero Hedge / Posted 18 days ago
management consultants, their clients and the elite groups they connect to regulate themselves" said Andrew Sturdy, of the University of Bristol. Ah yes, the Chinese Wall theory - surely that is preventing any and all insider trading from taking... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Where's the beef. You'd be surprisedscientific literature and writing, Temple began looking into it with fellow co-
Where's the beef. You'd be surprised
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 19 days ago
scientific literature and writing, Temple began looking into it with fellow co-writer Richard Evershed, an academic at the University of Bristol, who developed analytic methods in chemistry that determined how much cheaper oil had been added to... Read more
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examiner.com
Harvard tops Times Higher Education's World Reputation Rankings for sixth yearCambridge, the top school. Last year the UK had 12 institutions in the top 100.
Harvard tops Times Higher Education's World Reputation Rankings for sixth year
examiner.com / Posted 21 days ago
Cambridge, the top school. Last year the UK had 12 institutions in the top 100. As THE notes, "two UK institutions - the University of Bristol and Durham University - have fallen out of the top 100. Seven of the 10 have slipped to lower... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Loch Ness Monster was nearly named after The Queena new book A Monstrous Commotion, The Mysteries of Loch Ness, by Prof Gareth Wi
Loch Ness Monster was nearly named after The Queen
Daily Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
a new book A Monstrous Commotion, The Mysteries of Loch Ness, by Prof Gareth Williams, the former Dean of Medicine at the University of Bristol. Speaking at the Hay Festival, Prof Williams said: “The thing the gripped me is the stories of the... Read more
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walesonline
What the polls tell us about the EU referendumreflects all of this but shows something else as well Many of the differences
What the polls tell us about the EU referendum
walesonline / Posted 21 days ago
reflects all of this but shows something else as well Many of the differences in the map above created by University of Bristol academics using YouGov data can be explained by the factors mentioned above. Fiercely pro-EU areas... Read more
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redOrbit
Is 'Eve the sea monster' a new plesiosaur species?and the teeth were positioned in the block of clay, and they hope that using mo
Is 'Eve the sea monster' a new plesiosaur species?
redOrbit / Posted 22 days ago
and the teeth were positioned in the block of clay, and they hope that using more powerful CT scanning equipment at the University of Bristol will help them determine if this creature is a new species. “It's really clear in these... Read more
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redOrbit
Ancient crops reveal mass migration from Asia to Madagascarsignature of Austronesians, we've also shown that it seems to extend beyond Mad
Ancient crops reveal mass migration from Asia to Madagascar
redOrbit / Posted 22 days ago
signature of Austronesians, we've also shown that it seems to extend beyond Madagascar. This is really exciting, and highlights how much we still have to learn about this fascinating migration.” Image credit: Mark Horton, University of... Read more
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Newsmax
Bees, Flowers' Electrical Fields Have Constant Hairy Encountersbuzz. And the use of what's called electroreception may be widespread among ot
Bees, Flowers' Electrical Fields Have Constant Hairy Encounters
Newsmax / Posted 23 days ago
buzz. And the use of what's called electroreception may be widespread among other insects, suggests research by England's University of Bristol and published on Monday in the international journal Proceedings of National Academy of... Read more
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Raw Story
Bumblebees can sense electric fields using hairsserve an important purpose. Besides allowing the bees to collect pollen and fer
Bumblebees can sense electric fields using hairs
Raw Story / Posted 24 days ago
serve an important purpose. Besides allowing the bees to collect pollen and fertilize flowers, the hairs also can sense electric fields. Gregory Sutton, a researcher at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom, showed in a 2013 paper that be... Read more
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The Scientist
Bumblebees' Electric SenseA bee approaches a flower's electric fieldUNIVERSITY OF BRISTOLBees use electri
Bumblebees' Electric Sense
The Scientist / Posted 24 days ago
A bee approaches a flower's electric fieldUNIVERSITY OF BRISTOLBees use electric fields to help home in on flowers, but the mechanism by which the insects do so was a mystery. To find out, scientists used lasers to determine whether the antennae or... Read more
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