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University appoints new Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research and Enterprise

Professor Taylor will be responsible for shaping Bristol’s research and enterprise activity, ensuring it meets the University’s strategic ambition to be a world-leading research-intensive university making a positive contribution to the key global challenges facing society.

Anxiety levels doubled in young people following COVID-19 lockdown, says study

Interesting preliminary research from @CO90s and @BristolUni :  Anxiety levels doubled in young people following COVID-19 lockdown Please note this is a preprint, so it is a preliminary piece of research that has not yet been through peer review and has not been published in a scientific journal – so this is early data.

University of Bristol ranked 14th in Complete University Guide 2021

Further information The 14 subjects which ranked in the top 10 for their discipline are:

University professor appointed as new independent chair for Bristol’s Race Equality Commission

#BlackLivesMatter - Professor Otele, Professor of the History of Slavery @BristolUni was appointed by @MarvinJRees Mayor of Bristol.

Impact of children’s loneliness today could manifest in depression for years to come

The research, which draws on over 60 pre-existing, peer-reviewed studies into topics spanning isolation, loneliness and mental health for young people aged four to 21, is published today [1 June] in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

Nine Bristol Engineering Students succeed in Prestigious Award Scheme

Nicola Graham, Rosie Hudson, Izzy Sambles, Angus Firth, Alex Sheard, Sam Tiller, Oscar Bond, Ari Biggart and Zara Burton have each earned one of only 35 prestigious RAEng Leaders Scholarship awards given out annually to students across the UK.

Student-led AI system wins top prize in the University of Bristol’s New Enterprise Competition

Kaedim was founded last year by Computer Science with Innovation Masters’ students, Konstantina Psoma and Roman Bromidge, two of the first students to graduate from the integrated degree in 2019.

Thousands of people take part in ground-breaking coronavirus research

@CO90s and @BristolUni with funding by @EBIBristol launch groundbreaking #Covid_19 research Over 6000 took part in this ground-breaking research within the first 3 weeks of it launching, which is being conducted by Children of the 90s, a study from the University of Bristol. However there are still many more local people out there who the study are trying to reach.

University of Bristol launches Coronavirus internship fund to help SMEs

@BristolUni’s COVID-19 SME Internship Fund will help local SMEs in Bristol, including charities, social enterprises and start-ups @SETsquared_Br dealing with the challenges brought about by the pandemic, while giving students valuable and meaningful work experience in a difficult economic climate. The fund, which totals over £100,000, will fund around 100 internships.

Research revealing huge number of vulnerable children failing at school spurs call to action

One in seven of all children in England have a social worker at some stage during their schooling and are behind educationally by at least 30 percent by the age of 16 compared to their peers, according to new research published today.

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