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Minister for Universities and Science opens the Bristol Robotics Laboratory

News | SETsquared | Thu, 10/05/2012 | 00:00

The Rt Hon David Willetts MP, Minister for Universities and Science, comes to Bristol today to open the Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL), a partnership between the University of Bristol and UWE Bristol, and to visit the EPSRC Bristol Chemical Synthesis Centre for Doctoral Training in the University’s School of Chemistry.The BRL,...

New book puts Olympics in the picture

News | SETsquared | Thu, 10/05/2012 | 00:00

The first-ever book to offer an in-depth analysis of images and objects relating to the greatest sports show on earth is published this month by an art historian at the University of Bristol.Olympic Visions by Dr Mike O’Mahony examines a fascinating array of visual materials that have been made to advertise,...

Motion tracker wins SETsquared student scholarship

News | SETsquared | Wed, 09/05/2012 | 00:00

Aspiring entrepreneur will attend Kauffman Global Scholars ProgramThe SETsquared Partnership, one of the UK’s most successful university collaborations, has announced the results of its competition to find a student to take part in the Kauffman Global Scholars Program, an entrepreneurship learning opportunity.The winner is 21 year-old Shaun Miller, who is...

Exhibition of fascinating images at one of the SETsquared Universities will explain research and its impact on the world

News | SETsquared | Thu, 03/05/2012 | 00:00

Academics from the University of Bath will explain their research through a series of images which will be exhibited in the city later this month.The Images of Research public exhibition is being held at The Octagon in Milsom Place in central Bath on Saturday 12 May & Sunday 13 May from 10.30am to 16.30pm.The...

An environmentally friendly robot

News | SETsquared | Thu, 03/05/2012 | 00:00

Robots that decompose once they have reached the end of their mission could soon be deployed in the environment, thanks to a Research Project Grant of over £200,000 from the Leverhulme Trust. Dr Jonathan Rossiter, Senior Lecturer in the University of Bristol's Department of Engineering Mathematics and a member of the Bristol...

Nano-factory promises great things for graphene science

News | SETsquared | Wed, 02/05/2012 | 00:00

Forty times stronger than steel and conducting electricity ten times better than silicon, graphene is the wonder material that could one day replace silicon in microchips. Now the University is opening a new Graphene Centre Laboratory that will study its amazing properties and develop its potential applications.Graphene could be used...

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