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Patients needed for Parkinson’s disease trials
Leading cancer scientist to open new charity superstore in Bristol
Old honeypot: oldest direct evidence for honey collecting in Africa
Reluctance to be vaccinated against COVID-19 among social media users is explained by conspiracy suspicions and general attitudes
Ancient pottery reveals first evidence for honey hunting in prehistoric West Africa
No evidence of a significant increase in risk of suicide in first months of pandemic, but continued monitoring needed
Sex cells in parasites are doing their own thing
Newly launched British biotech company pioneers ground-breaking potential treatments for COVID-19
Scientists Uncover Last Meal of a Cretaceous Pollinator
Unusual fossil reveals last meal of prehistoric pollinator
Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy linked to reliance on social media and voting for Trump
Covid vaccines: passports, blood clots and changing trust in government
800-year-old medieval pottery fragments reveal Jewish dietary practices
Leading UK businesses and researchers in £75 million collaboration to create technologies of future
New research shows risk of COVID-19 from aerosols to healthcare workers
Autism in Somali community – myth-busting short films offer advice and top tips for parents
Homelessness and unstable housing are associated with increased HIV and HCV risk among people who inject drugs
Volunteers needed for study looking into whether COVID-19 and flu vaccines can be administered at same time
Bristol primary school pupils become scientists for a day
Risk-takers predisposed to smoking and e-cigarette use, new study suggests
Queen Mary joins NIHR School to strengthen primary care research
Wind energy and bat fatalities: How improving acoustic monitoring could help protecting biodiversity
Bristol COVID-19 antibody testing study launched
Snappy evolution was behind success of ancient crocodiles
Exeter excellence in primary care research recognised through NIHR research school membership
One year on: South West researchers and businesses in battle against COVID-19
How Bristol’s research has played a key role in world’s response to COVID-19
Research shows families with children have been hit hardest financially by COVID-19 pandemic
Domestic abuse increased globally during pandemic, say researchers
A new method makes it easier to research risk factors during pregnancy
New study investigates how life on land recovered after “The Great Dying”
Accurate Aging of Wild Animals Thanks to First Epigenetic Clock for Bats
From monitoring climate change to avoiding space debris – pioneering space technology gets government cash boost
After cracking “sum of cubes” puzzle for 42, mathematicians discover a new solution for 3
Variant B.1.1.7 of COVID-19 associated with a significantly higher mortality rate, research shows
Dog’s body size and shape could indicate a greater bone tumour risk
Children still needed for study on how immune systems respond to COVID-19
Younger Tyrannosaurus Rex bites were less ferocious than their adult counterparts
Tocilizumab cuts mortality risk in severely ill COVID-19 patients finds new trial conducted in India
Health and Social Care Secretary’s statement on coronavirus 5 March 2021
New research reveals story of Penguin’s work to bring Russian classics to English readers in 20th century
Rapid point-of-care test for respiratory infections liked by GPs and may reduce antibiotic prescribing
One dose of COVID-19 vaccines effective against hospitalisations in over 80s
Cutting-edge analysis of prehistoric teeth sheds new light on diets of lizards and snakes
Pioneering prehistoric landscape reconstruction reveals early dinosaurs lived on tropical islands
Guatemalan students return from studying in UK with Chevening
Opioid agonist treatment could substantially reduce drug related deaths if used more widely
Researchers to explore impact of coronavirus pandemic on domestic abuse referrals in primary care