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University of Bristol

Leading UK university researching infection, human rights, climate change, and information security.

The University has had a reputation for innovation since its founding in 1876. Our research tackles some of the world’s most pressing issues in areas as diverse as infection and immunity, human rights, climate change, and cryptography and information security.

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University of Bristol Blog Posts

Empire State of Mind (and Body)
24-May-2018

Inequality and Threat
19-Apr-2018

People at University of Bristol

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Associate Professor at the University of Bristol

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Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Bristol.

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Research Fellow at University of Bristol.

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Chair of UK CMO Expert Committee for Physical Activity, Department of Health

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Consultant Senior Lecturer in Movement Disorder at University of Bristol.

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Atmospheric scientist at the University of Bristol.

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Professor of Developmental Psychology in Society at the University of Bristol.

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Consultant Senior Lecturer and Specialist in Neuro-ophthalmology.

University of Bristol News

Technology to create virtual tumours and treat them with AI-designed nanoparticles

Nano Magazine - 22-Sep-2021

Virtual cancer tumours can be grown and we can design personalised nanoparticles to treat them

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Employment type in your 20s determines risk of heart disease later in life

CNBC - 11-Aug-2021

It's no real surprise that education (and with it, wealth) had a positive impact on health

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Greater step count significantly linked with lower all-cause mortality

Guardian - 24-Mar-2020

Doubling from 4,000 to 8,0000 steps halves the risk of death within 10 years

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Being active reduces the risk of prostate cancer at old age

Independent - 05-Dec-2019

Doesn't have to be vigorous exercises, just moving about is enough

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Running even just once a week is better than no running

Guardian - 04-Nov-2019

Sedentary life style is a major issue and people need to break out of it

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CRISPR technology edited plant cells after being sprayed on their leaves

New Scientist - 01-Nov-2019

Can get into animal cells, so I wonder if this could be used with humans in future?

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Pop up vaccine factories could curb pandemics

The Ecologist - 10-May-2018

Big pharma is unwilling to invest in pandemic prevention. New model could identify and test vacc...

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Algorithm Predict How To Grow Any Cell Type

Longevity Reporter - 30-Jan-2016

Direct reprogramming signals a cell to morph straight into another cell type. Alternative to emb...

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Tissue scaffold technology could help rebuild large organs

Kurzweil Network - 19-Jun-2015

Large pieces of cartilage created. Aim is to repair damaged human joint tissue. The study was pu...

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