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Physics - Apr 9
Liquid metals and alloys have exceptional properties that make them suitable for electrical energy storage and generation applications. Low-melting point gallium-based liquid metals are used as heat exchange fluids for cooling integrated electronics and in the manufacture of flexible and reconfigurable electronic devices and soft robotics.
Health - Apr 9

The research hopes to help understand the ‘hidden iceberg' - alongside the ill, the number of adults who may already have had COVID-19 without ever knowing they had it or with mild symptoms. There is highly likely a hidden iceberg of asymptomatic people who may have unknowingly had the virus before the pandemic started.

Environment - Apr 9

Working on the reefs around Moorea in French Polynesia, an international team of scientists exposed 40 pairs of clownfish to recordings of natural reef sounds or motorboat noise for up to two days.

Health - Apr 8

New research has found if healthcare inequalities in the most deprived areas of England were reduced, this could help save the NHS around £28.8 million each year in hip fracture treatment costs.

History - Apr 8

The exciting new method Europe and Africa. Archaeological pottery has been used to date archaeological sites for more than a century, and from the Roman period onwards can offer quite precise dating.

History - Apr 9

Long before Fabergé, ornate ostrich eggs were highly prized by the elites of Mediterranean civilisations during the Bronze and Iron Ages, but to date little has been known about the complex supply chain behind these luxury goods.

Health - Apr 8

The 25 research projects are the first to be announced from the recent Elizabeth Blackwell Institute Rapid Response Funding Call (COVID-19) . Additional projects, from the rolling funding call, will be announced by the Institute in the coming weeks, demonstrating the University's ability to expand its research to address this vital area.

Business - Apr 8

Traditional economic recovery estimates, such as surveys and interviews, are usually costly, time-consuming and do not scale-up well.

Linguistics - Apr 8

Andrew Marvell's poetry is best known for discouraging the crime of coyness in courtship, but new research led by the University of Bristol has uncovered compelling evidence that the famous poet, c

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