Wednesday, May 23, 2018

World-leading experts visit Bristol for Quantum Technologies workshop

Around 200 quantum scientists, engineers, mathematicians and industrial experts from around the world descended upon Bristol this week for the fifth annual Bristol Quantum Information Technologies (BQIT) workshop hosted by the...

Jean Pickwell, 1939-2018

Jean Pickwell, Catering Assistant at Wills Hall, has passed away at the age of 79. Peter Grindon, former Catering Manager at Wills Hall, offers a remembrance.Powered by WPeMatico

New grant will further research into Anglo-Dutch connections through literature

Contacts between Dutch and English speakers in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and their impact on literature will be explored thanks to a new grant from The Leverhulme Trust.Powered by...

Bristol alum wins gold at Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games

University of Bristol alum and England netball player returns home victorious, having scored a thrilling win against Australia last weekend, securing a historic gold medal at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth... for the Cambridge reader

Cambridge University Library and the Marshall Library of Economics are delighted to announce that all University of Cambridge members now have access, both within the University and from anywhere in the world,...

A scientist in librarian’s clothing – combating the reproducibility crisis in science

The University of Cambridge is currently trialling JoVE, a “neuroscientist-turned-librarian” Letisha R. Wyatt, explains from her rare perspective on the JoVE blog, how librarians are bringing the issues of reproducibility in research...

Studies in Spanish & Latin American Cinemas

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Studies in Spanish & Latin American Cinemas. From the Intellect website for the journal: “Formerly published as Studies in Hispanic Cinemas, the journal is dedicated to the study of the...

Understanding the immunobiology of wild mammals

A team of British scientists, led by the University of Bristol, have made a significant step forward in understanding the immunobiology of wild mammals.Powered by WPeMatico

OA2020: Some short answers to big questions

A new blog post on OA2020 provides some short answers to big questions. The open access landscape is highly complex, and the academic community does well to reflect on the ambitions, progress...

Could stem cell therapy be an effective treatment for Friedreich’s ataxia?

Researchers at the University of Bristol are looking for people with an inherited neurological condition called Friedreich's ataxia (FA) to take part in a study into whether a stem cell therapy...


iDiscover Update / Inaccurate “My Account” Information

Following a system upgrade, we are pleased to let you know that a new version of iDiscover is available:  Powered by WPeMatico