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  • City life in Bristol is the best, major student survey reveals
    City life in Bristol has been voted the best in Britain in a major survey of 20,000 university students across the country. The University of Bristol won the ‘City Life’ category at last night’s 2015 Whatuni Student Choice Awards.
  • Soundscapes offer clues about coral reef communities
    Eavesdropping on coral reefs reveals patterns in soundscapes that are linked to the reef’s physical and biological characteristics, according to new research from the University of Bristol.
  • When is a child too sick for daycare? Study explores parents’ decision-making
    It’s a common dilemma faced by many working parents: your child has a cough or a cold, do you send them to nursery? Researchers from the University of Bristol have, for the first time, investigated the process of decision-making that parents go through when faced with this situation.
  • Big Tick Project to track rising threat of Lyme disease
    Vets across the UK are set to take part in the Big Tick Project, the largest nationwide collection of ticks from dogs in a bid to help scientists, led by Professor Richard Wall at the University of Bristol, track what is feared to be a growing threat to people and their dogs from tick-borne zoonotic diseases such as Lyme disease (Borrelia).
  • Setting out to shock at the Theatre Collection
    Setting Out to Shock, a new exhibition curated by History of Art masters students opens at the University of Bristol Theatre Collection this month.
  • Sexing Stegosaurus
    The first convincing evidence for sexual differences in a species of dinosaur has been described by University of Bristol MSc student, Evan Saitta, in a study of the iconic dinosaur Stegosaurus, published today in the scientific journal PLOS ONE.
  • Taking Bristol epidemiology to Brazil
    A dozen early-career researchers from the School of Social and Community Medicine recently travelled to Brazil to deliver an epidemiology course to South American academics.
  • New £500,000 lab to train tomorrow’s chemists
    A high-tech science hub dedicated to training world leaders in catalysis has opened its doors to students from the Universities of Bristol and Bath.
  • Dogs in a spin
    Does your dog enjoy training? Researchers at the University of Bristol are looking for keen dogs and their owners to take part in a study on dog behaviour.
  • Flying high after award of £2.4 million to cut aircraft carbon emissions
    The University of Bristol’s Department of Aerospace Engineering has been awarded £2.4 million as part of the £16 million Agile Wing Integration (AWI) collaborative research project that aims to cut aircraft carbon emissions.

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  • Bristol’s BIG Ballot Box is back

    There are just two weeks to go before polling day on Thursday 7 May.  To mark the occasion Bristol’s big ballot box has returned to the centre to remind people to have their say when the day comes.

    The box has been set up by the fountains in the same location as it has been for the last three years. This year is the first time it has seen a general election and its message is as important as ever.

    Release date:  Friday, 24 April, 2015
  • Bristol’s first cycling champions appointed

    Two Bristol schools have been appointed the city’s first cycling champions to help encourage future citizens to be more active and embrace sustainable travel.

    Release date:  Thursday, 23 April, 2015
  • Bristol anti-social behaviour team one of first to obtain an injunction with 'positive requirements'

    Bristol City Council’s anti-social behaviour team has become one of the first in the country to obtain an injunction with positive requirements under the new Anti-social behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014.
    Following a sustained period of harassment at a property owned by the council, officers obtained an order from the County Court in Bristol that included actions to help the offender with issues of homelessness and alcohol misuse as well as preventing him from entering a specific property and intimidating tenants.

    Release date:  Thursday, 23 April, 2015
  • Bristol’s strategy to provide primary places reaps results for 2015 admissions

    Today (April 16) families across Bristol are receiving offers of primary school places for September.

    This year there was a 1.6 per cent increase in those offered a place in one of their three preferred schools, which totalled 95.6 per cent.

    The number of families who received their first choice of school was also up by 2 per cent and rose to 84 per cent this year. This figure is likely to rise by September as offers are accepted or rejected.

    On-time applications dropped slightly this year to 5,404 down from 5,461 last year.

    Release date:  Thursday, 16 April, 2015
  • Council tenants wanted for housing panel

    Bristol City Council is looking for passionate and pro-active tenants to help improve housing services across the city.

    If you are a tenant or leaseholder with an inquisitive mind and ideas about how to improve housing services, the council would like to hear from you.

    The Housing Scrutiny Panel (HSP) is an independent, tenant-led group which works in partnership with Bristol City Council and tenant groups to drive up standards and customer satisfaction.

    Release date:  Wednesday, 22 April, 2015
  • Rifles to exercise freedom of the city

    Soldiers from British Army Regiment The Rifles will march through the streets of Bristol on Saturday 25 April and exercise their right to the ‘freedom of the city’.

    Links between Bristol and the Regiment have existed for well over two hundred years with The Rifles being granted the Freedom of Bristol in 2007.

    Release date:  Tuesday, 21 April, 2015