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Researchers have created artificial skin that can be transformed at the flick of a switch to mimic one of nature's masters of camouflage, the squid.
A project to develop ‘biomimetic’ devices that re-orientate in response to light has been granted funding by the Leverhulme Trust.
New techniques for visualizing fossils are transforming our understanding of evolutionary history according to University of Bristol palaeontologists.
Multi-sensory technology creates soap bubbles, which can have images projected onto them or when the bubbles are burst, release a scent.
A breakthrough in the design of signal amplifiers for mobile phone masts could deliver a significant 200MW cut in the load on UK power stations.
Scientists develop a display with screens made from a curtain of mist that allow users to move images and push through the fog-screens and onto the display.
A three-dimensional colloidal crystal that is reconfigurable in real time has the ability to rapidly alter its acoustic filtering characteristics.
An important advance towards a quantum computer has been achieved by shrinking down key components and integrating them onto a silicon microchip.
A new modelling technique has been developed that could avoid the necessity of building costly prototypes used to test engineering structures.
A new system allows users to experience multi-point haptic feedback above an interactive surface without having to touch or hold any device.
A new web tool, created by NERC-funded researchers at the University of Bristol, could pave the way for better management of airspace during volcanic crises.
A network of integrated greenhouse gas measurements in the UK and Ireland – the first of its kind in Europe – has been established by researchers at the University of Bristol.
A team of scientists, led by the University of Bristol, have developed a new type of screen display that not only moves but also physically tilts.
Just as differences in song can be used to distinguish one bird species from another, the pips and squeaks bats use to find prey can be used to identify different species of bat.