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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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University of Bristol researchers encourage doctors to “share uncertainty” regarding Lateral Flow Device tests

Last month, a paper by University of Bristol fellow Dr. Jessica Watson highlighted the inaccuracies of lateral flow testing, urging healthcare professionals to be more transparent with patients.
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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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