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Do your Netflix habits have a carbon footprint?

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in students streaming their favourite shows more than ever before. Do you know the environmental impact of what you watch?
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Fierce fish friendships: the dolphins who have one another’s back

Latest Bristol research reveals that dolphins can remember past acquaintances and are actually more likely to respond to their distress calls than unfamiliar dolphins.
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Jaws: Latest ancestors of the human smile no longer thought to be sharks

New evidence from the School of Earth Sciences at the University of Bristol has revealed that our teeth do not originate from sharks, contrary to previous findings.
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Ground-breaking discovery finds gene mutations promote obesity more than previously thought

Researchers from the University of Bristol made a ground-breaking discovery this month, revealing that mutations in the MC4R gene promotes obesity in the UK twice more than previously thought.
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Why space-based satellites are crucial to achieve climate change goals

A new report, led by researchers at the University of Bristol, outlines the importance of space-based Earth Observation satellites in monitoring the causes, effects and management of global warming.
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Pfizer launches Vaccine Centre of Excellence at the University of Bristol

The Centre of Excellence, based at Bristol University, is the first of its kind outside the US and is the second in Pfizer’s planned global network of sites.
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Out of the ashes: the story of a small Bristol nature reserve

The industrial past of east Bristol has left a unique ecosystem in its wake, allowing the flora and fauna to thrive in the now protected nature reserve.
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