Bristol

Bristol

City in south west England

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Ian Sample Science editor
January 11, 2021
the Guardian
Creatures that patrolled the oceans 3m years ago were about two metres long at birth, researchers find
Ian Sample Science editor
January 11, 2021
the Guardian
Formally known as Otodus megalodon, megalodons rank among the largest carnivores in the history of life on Earth. Photograph: Corey Ford/Alamy Stock Photo
Telegraph reporters
January 7, 2021
The Telegraph
The locations, including sports venues and London's ExCel convention centre, will be staffed with a combination of NHS staff and volunteers
Chris Jancelewicz
January 2, 2021
Global News
The spellbinding series provides a close, at times mesmerizing look at how the forces of nature drive, shape and support Earth's greatest diversity of wildlife.
Mike Butcher
December 24, 2020
TechCrunch
Brightpearl, which allows retailers to streamline their operations thus boosting sales, has raised $33 million in funding to scale its business. This Series C round was led by Sage, which has put $23 million into the UK company. Previous backers Cipio Partners, Notion Capital and Verdane also participated, puting in $10 million. The Bristol, UK-based startup [...]
Mike Butcher
December 24, 2020
TechCrunch
Brightpearl, which allows retailers to streamline their operations thus boosting sales, has raised $33 million in funding to scale its business. This Series C round was led by Sage, which has put $23 million into the UK company. Previous backers Cipio Partners, Notion Capital and Verdane also participated, puting in $10 million. The Bristol, UK-based startup [...]
Science X staff
December 21, 2020
phys.org
A study of more than 1,400 protein-coding genes of fleas has resolved one of the longest standing mysteries in the evolution of insects, reordering their placement in the tree of life and pinpointing who their closest relatives are.
Telegraph reporters
December 17, 2020
The Telegraph
Tiolah, known as Tille, is believed to be with a neighbour and family friend
Linda Geddes
December 14, 2020
the Guardian
A lifesize model of Thecodontosaurus antiquus, also known as the Bristol dinosaur. Photograph: David Hedges/SWNS.com
Linda Geddes
December 14, 2020
the Guardian
Thecodontosaurus antiquus a nimble omnivore that ran on two legs, CT scans and 3D modelling suggest
Science X staff
December 14, 2020
phys.org
A pioneering reconstruction of the brain belonging to one of the earliest dinosaurs to roam the Earth has shed new light on its possible diet and ability to move fast.
Lucia Binding
December 14, 2020
Sky News
Thecodontosaurus lived in the late Triassic age around 205 million years ago and was the size of a large dog.
Mike Butcher
December 8, 2020
TechCrunch
Harry Destecroix co-founded Ziylo while studying for his PhD at the University of Bristol. Ziylo, a university spin-out company, developed a synthetic molecule allowing glucose to bind with the bloodstream more effectively. Four years later, and by then a Phd, Destecroix sold the company to Danish firm Novo Nordisk, one of the biggest manufacturers of [...]
Mike Butcher
December 8, 2020
TechCrunch
Harry Destecroix co-founded Ziylo while studying for his PhD at the University of Bristol. Ziylo, a university spin-out company, developed a synthetic molecule allowing glucose to bind with the bloodstream more effectively. Four years later, and by then a Phd, Destecroix sold the company to Danish firm Novo Nordisk, one of the biggest manufacturers of [...]
BBC News
December 6, 2020
BBC News
The technology role-plays life-like medical scenarios so clinicians can still learn in the pandemic.
Tony Naylor
December 6, 2020
the Guardian
From Covid-19 to Black Lives Matter and the storm around food inequality, it's been a tumultuous year in hospitality. So what's next?
David Hambling
December 5, 2020
the Guardian
Research shows how arachnids' sense of atmospheric electricity allows it to spin a line and take off
Izzy Lyons
December 3, 2020
The Telegraph
Fire and rescue services are responding to "multiple casualties" after a large explosion in a warehouse in Avonmouth.
November 30, 2020
International Business Times UK
Those who already had pre-existing mental health conditions, living alone, and self-isolating also showed higher anxiety levels.
Science X staff
November 25, 2020
phys.org
Scientists have built tiny droplet-based microbial factories that produce hydrogen, instead of oxygen, when exposed to daylight in air.
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