Articles from University of Bristol

£5 million boost to Bristol research projects from European Research Council

The two Bristol scientists are among 185 academics from across Europe to be awarded an annual ERC Advanced Grant.

Five ways to create household harmony during lockdown

Fortunately, there are ways to manage the stresses and strains of being cooped up together for so long. Dr Angela Rowe, a social psychologist at the University of Bristol, has dedicated her research to understanding how we behave towards our nearest and dearest, especially in tough times. Her tips and advice can help keep your relationships happy and harmonious despite the trying circumstances.

How to stay physically active during coronavirus restrictions

"It's really important to use movement and activity as a way of breaking up your routine, if you feel well enough. Cook, play active games, dance, go into the garden if you've got one.

University of Bristol’s response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak - Term to end early

Coronavirus (COVID-19) represents a very real threat to the health of our students and staff, families and friends, and the citizens of our city. It also represents a threat to our academic activities, campus operations and institutional reputation.

Bristol BME school pupils introduced to STEM

Aiming to encourage black pupils from City Academy to come to University, and to consider wider careers in STEM subjects, the event showcased the roles of black engineers and scientists and was inspired by discussions with the Assistant Principal for Inclusion at City Academy in Bristol – Aisha Thomas. In a 2018 study, Aisha found that there are 26 black working teachers in Bristol's secondary schools, out of more than 1,300 across the city and found that this lack of representation is one of the factors that leads to low inclusion of black students in Higher Education.