University of Bristol articles over last 30 days

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2015/07/03 18:22
2015/07/03 18:22
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Members of the public and industry stakeholders at Dubbo and across the state are being asked to share their views on greyhound racing. Members of the public and industry stakeholders at Dubbo and...
2015/07/03 18:22
2015/07/03 18:22
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2015/07/03 14:39
2015/07/03 14:39
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Exciting new technologies, which allow users to change the shape of displays with their hands, promise to revolutionise the way we interact with smartphones, laptops and computers. Imagine pulling...
2015/07/03 12:55
2015/07/03 12:55
12h
Councillor’s concern over delay to final housing number verdict Campaign groups, such as Congresbury Residents' Action Group, have been set up while the final core strategy housing figure is...
2015/07/03 12:40
2015/07/03 12:40
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In a GW4 collaboration, Professor Nigel Wilding and Professor Robert Evans of the University of Bristol used Bath's High Performance Computer to simulate the properties of water at hydrophobic...
2015/07/02 21:46
2015/07/02 21:46
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Your morning news wrap - what's happening in Bathurst today This morning's local landscape if from Nicki Ford. If you have a photo you would like to share email acoomans@fairfaxmedia.com.au CHARLES...
2015/07/02 21:45
2015/07/02 21:45
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Your morning news wrap - what's happening in Bathurst today This morning's local landscape if from Nicki Ford. If you have a photo you would like to share email acoomans@fairfaxmedia.com.au Ahoy, me...
2015/07/02 16:46
2015/07/02 16:46
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The Earth's thick continental crust -- the rocky stuff that makes up the land masses on which we live -- may have risen from the oceans much earlier in our planet's history than scientists...
2015/07/01 16:31
2015/07/01 16:31
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IT may not quite be X-ray vision but it is the kind of ability that brings to mind superheroes or gifted mutants. HUMANS have eyes that can sense a third property of light besides colour and...
2015/07/01 09:28
2015/07/01 09:28
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Human eyeballs can see a feature of light believed to be the exclusive ability of certain creatures like bees, octopuses and cuttlefish. This is a property of light called polarisation where the...
2015/07/01 07:57
2015/07/01 07:57
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I have two questions about cats. First, why do their eyes shine green in the dark? And second, can they see colors? I wonder about the colors because my cat Abby (a gray striped tabby) has a yellow...
2015/06/30 12:08
2015/06/30 12:08
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An immersive, magical story den with 360° projection An intelligent toy to stimulate physical activity An app to help children with Down’s Syndrome get better at maths A balancing game of...
2015/06/30 11:28
2015/06/30 11:28
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A lot of work is currently going into creating Star Wars-esque 3D holograms that can be seen by the naked eye without wearing 3D glasses, and now researchers have found a way to make safe, touchable...
2015/06/30 07:48
2015/06/30 07:48
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Founded in 2011, Soapbox Science aims to bring science to the streets to make it accessible to everyone, and works with the UK’s top female academics giving talks and demonstrations to make women in...
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2015/06/29 19:17
2015/06/29 19:17
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They were originally presented to a couple called Mr and Mrs Crump who persuaded landowners to allow the theatre to be built. For the "great trouble and expense" the Crumps went to, Bristol Old Vic...
2015/06/28 18:30
2015/06/28 18:30
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The world’s first human trial of artificial blood grown in a lab from stem cells is set to take place in the UK by 2017. The UK’s NHS (National Health Service) blood and transplant service has...
2015/06/28 06:39
2015/06/28 06:39
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Continents rose above oceans earlier than thought Continents may have first risen above the oceans about three billion years ago -- about a billion years earlier than geoscientists thought -- reveals...
2015/06/27 22:37
2015/06/27 22:37
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The research, conducted at the University of Bristol, tracked the amount of salt in the diets of more than 6,000 children. The results showed that half of the sample group were “taking more than the...
2015/06/25 22:39
2015/06/25 22:39
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Medical marijuana shows some effectiveness in helping treat chronic pain but there is less evidence of its success in warding off nausea or helping ill patients gain weight, researchers said. The...
2015/06/25 14:22
2015/06/25 14:22
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C-sections DON'T cause autism: No link exists between delivery mode and the condition, landmark study declares Giving birth via Caesarean section does not make a child more likely to be autistic,...
2015/06/25 12:38
2015/06/25 12:38
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Are these the world's first teeth? The forgotten fossil of 410-million-years-old fish has provided a deeper insight into the origin of what may be called as "world's first known teeth." A tiny tooth...
2015/07/03 18:22
2015/07/03 18:22
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