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Public invited to get involved in dementia research

People over the age of 50 and without a diagnosis of dementia are being asked to consider taking part in dementia prevention research. Members of the public can find out...

NHS management consultants proven to worsen a service already under pressure

Millions of pounds are being wasted each year on NHS management consultants who are causing a service already under pressure to be less efficient rather than making things better, according to...

Calls for language discrimination to be tackled

On International Mother Language Day , linguistic experts are calling for language learning to be expanded to create a ‘new kind of global literacy’.Powered by WPeMatico

From shelf to screen; behind-the-scenes of the Digital Content Unit

Cambridge University Library’s Digital Content Unit (DCU) have produced a film to provide a glimpse at the journey from our shelves to your screens via Cambridge Digital Library . This behind...

What are libraries for?

With plans recently announced for a new library at the University of Bristol, library users, researchers, librarians and creative writers from the University and across the city will discuss the role...

Plants colonised the earth 100 million years earlier than previously thought

A new study on the timescale of plant evolution, led by the University of Bristol, has concluded that the first plants to colonise the Earth originated around 500 million years ago...

Bristol spin-out acquired by global contract research organisation

KWS BioTest, a spinout company from the University of Bristol, has been acquired by US-based Charles River Laboratories, for an initial purchase price of approximately £15 million.Powered by WPeMatico

University welcomes in year of the dog with festivities at Museum

The University of Bristol was once again proud to sponsor the Lunar New Year celebrations at the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery (17-18 February), welcoming in the Year of the Dog...

Majority of looked after children and young people feel being in care has improved...

The largest study of its kind, published today , has revealed 83 per cent of looked after children and young people feel being in care has improved their lives.Powered by WPeMatico

BAFTA accolade for Bristol graduate

A graduate of the University of Bristol played a leading role at the BAFTAs, accepting a special award on behalf of the National Film and Television School (NFTS).Powered by WPeMatico