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Public trust in science has “room to improve”, COVID-19 study finds

By Sophie Holman-Jones, University of Bristol Biomedical Sciences Graduate A cross-sectional survey by the University of Bristol has revealed that
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How to pour the scientifically perfect pint

The perfect pint requires a scientific method in order to create a well carbonated, sufficiently foamy and good tasting beer. This freshers' week, Epigram’s SciTech team have got you covered.
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The 'living laboratory' moving in to Royal Fort Gardens

The University of Bristol’s brand-new project ‘deBordering’, based in Royal Fort Gardens, hosted its launch event last night. Epigram went to find out what it’s all about.
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In Conversation with Six Degrees Bristol- the sustainably focused consultancy organisation

Lucy Hurford and Tegan Kemp, from the Bristol branch of the organisation ‘Six Degrees’, recently provided insight into the exciting opportunities for University of Bristol students with a passion for sustainability.
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Pioneering research shows long COVID in children poorly understood by doctors

Pioneering research by the University of Bristol is stepping up to investigate the experiences of children who suffer with long COVID.
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Bristol researchers find dinosaurs were already in trouble before the asteroid hit

Ground-breaking Bristol research has found that the dinosaurs were in decline for 10 million years before an asteroid collided with earth leading to their eventual demise. This could help explain why some animal groups survived the asteroid strike while dinosaurs and other groups perished.
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Bristol first in the world to achieve 100% Green Lab certification

In a world first, the University of Bristol has achieved Green Lab certification in all 990 of its laboratories through the Laboratory Efficiency Assessment Framework (LEAF).
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