How our research is improving lives and changing the world we live in.
By closing the child refugee scheme, the government has crushed the hopes of young people who were previously deemed legally entitled to seek refuge in the UK.
Our international relations expert outlines what the Brexit White Paper says about trade. And what details has been left out.
For many academics the point of public engagement isn’t always entirely clear. And it is still frequently thought of as more of a discrete and fringe activity.
Managers are prone to delegate more tasks to conscientious employees - the consequences, however, may be job-related stress and less time for family.
For the first time, a molecular link between the blood sugar glucose and Alzheimer’s disease has been established by scientists.
A stomach ulcer bug that normally passes from parent to child has spread rapidly across different ethnicities, a recent genomic study shows.
The compounds created by Bath scientists can reduce the spread of colon cancer cells and increase glucose uptake into fat cells.
Professor Semali Perera has won the prestigious FDM everywoman in Technology Award, which celebrates women who are changing the face of technology in the UK.
A new research project will draw on the experiences of people over 65 to find out why some people thrive in the face of adversity while others struggle.
This year's Research Rocket will showcase how our early career researchers are making a difference when it comes to creating healthy futures.
Take part in this year's Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) to develop valuable communication skills and showcase your research PhD and why it matters.
Learn more about yourself and your body by taking part in our latest health study, which looks at age-related diseases.
What are the opportunities and barriers for energy savings and where could the current trends in energy efficiency take us.
Networking lunch and launch of a new initiative designed to stimulate greater collaborations with industry in the automotive sector.
Our researchers explain how working together across disciplines makes the University a beacon of progress, knowledge and ambition.
The new, industry-led Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems will support the UK in delivering transformational research.
Dean of the Faculty of Science, Professor Nick Brook, talks about some of the latest results from an experiment that uses the Large Hadron Collider.
We're developing a unique adjuvant protein with the potential to provide easier delivery, increased safety and more accessible vaccination programmes.
You can access the University of Bath's research papers in Opus.
Our research spans a number of fields and we work together in cross-disciplinary groups.
Our research has made affordable, environmentally-friendly houses a reality. The first super-insulated, low-carbon straw houses are hitting the open market.
A late start to puberty can mean talented athletes are overlooked. Our researcher is working with the Premier League to harness young players' true potential.
Alongside Ashwoods Automotive, our researchers have developed a mass-market ready low-carbon diesel hybrid engine.
Our scientists have developed a medical dressing that 'lights up' when a burn is infected.
The story of Irene and Ian MacDonald, who lost their son, and how our research will improve how services treat those bereaved by alcohol or drugs-related death.
The results of REF 2014 confirmed our research excellence - 87% of our research was defined as world-leading or internationally excellent.
Statement of our commitment to upholding the highest standards of research integrity and ethics.
What you need to do as part of your research project to make sure your research complies with our ethical principles.
Find out who to contact if you have a question about our research integrity and ethics.