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Two new drug treatments could help to limit transmission of HIV, but are they the best way forward? With HIV still prevalent in many different groups in the UK, it is only right to ask if we can expect...

In October, Watershed, an independent cinema found along the harbour side in Bristol, will be screening four fantastic science fiction films at 11pm on Friday evenings, seeking to explore the discomfort...

Tom Richards found out a little more about Alastair Fothergill, the producer of Blue Planet, Frozen Planet, and Planet Earth, documentaries which allow all of us to explore our planet with him. Alastair...

A fantastic opportunity to engage with local science researchers in Bristol Harbourside while populations in 24 other countries do the same across 300 cities. Between 3pm and midnight on September 26th...

Ryan Davies takes a look at gaming whilst at university. University life can be cruel on a healthy gaming habit. The social focus and course workload make for horribly effective distractions for those...

You’ve seen the videos, you know the name of the disease, but how much has your awareness of motor neurone disease really been affected by the Ice Bucket Challenge? The latter half of August has had...

3.4 million people die every year from water-related diseases. But researchers from UWE Bristol are succeeding in creating new techniques of water filtration, which can be deployed in developing nations...