The month-long festival @BristolUni, which runs from Monday 19 April until Wednesday 19 May, will be hosted online and access to the diverse programme is free of charge. It presents a unique opportunity for prospective and current students as well as teachers, researchers, and non-academics to learn how world-leading experts across wide-ranging disciplines are joining forces to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing humanity and the planet today, and how to get involved with international research at the University of Bristol.
At 2.45 pm, six ringers from the @BristolUni Society of Change Ringers (UBSCR) will swing the mighty bell for ten minutes and at 3 pm, when the nation holds a minute of silence, the bell's chime will be silent.
Bristol’s Temple Quarter and St Philip’s Marsh areas will be transformed, as part of an ambitious vision outlined by Bristol City Council and partners earlier this month which includes 10,000 new homes, a refurbished Bristol Temple Meads station and the creation of 22,000 jobs.
Announced today (Friday 2 April 2021) by Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng, the £7.6m collaboration will harness world-leading expertise to develop key components for digital twins – virtual models of physical entities – that can be used to assess the condition of components of energy generators such as nuclear power plants, and their need for maintenance or remedial work.
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