The University of Bristol is consistently ranked among the leaders in UK higher education. Research-intensive and with an international reputation for quality and innovation, it has over 21,000 students from over 100 countries, together with more than 4,500 staff.
Much of the University’s environmental research is channeled through the Cabot Institute, which drives new research in the interconnected areas of climate change, natural hazards, water and food security, low carbon energy, and future cities. The Cabot Institute seeks to engage wider society by engaging with stakeholders to develop a shared response to 21st Century challenges.
The University of Bristol brings to PRIMaRE its experience in research areas such as:
It also hosts a range of word-class facilities, enabling the integration of engineering ‘theory’ and ‘experiment’: