How our research is improving lives and changing the world we live in.
With only two candidates allowed to battle it out in the second round, the voice of the 60% who did not vote for either is no longer democratically relevant.
President Trump introduced a flurry of legislation in his first 100 days. Andrew Crane asks if this could transform how we think about corporate responsibility.
The Director of our Institute for Policy Research writes about the upcoming snap election and what we can expect from party manifesto launches.
Research from the Milner Centre for Evolution demonstrates a simple, cost-free way to improve understanding of evolution at secondary education level.
Researchers from the Department of Chemistry have uncovered the mechanism that causes new solar cells to break down in air, paving the way for a solution.
Young rugby players can reduce injuries by over 70%, according to new research from the University's Department for Health and the Rugby Football Union.
The Institute for Policy Research analyses how basic income could affect people’s motivation to work.
University leaders gathered at the University of Stellenbosch to discuss how business schools and higher education can contribute to wellbeing.
Kasia Smug and Emma Sackville from our Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies (CSCT) were crowned winner and runner-up at the 3MT 2017 Final.
Don't miss your chance to have a pint with the people responsible for the future of science from 15 to 17 May.
This year, our unique, multidisciplinary conference focuses on the theme of Sustainable Chemical Technologies for a Circular Economy.
Take part in our latest health study into the effects of intermittent fasting and receive a free health check.
Professor David Coley talks about a new research project that could improve the living conditions of refugees living in extreme climates.
The new, industry-led Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems will support the UK in delivering transformational research.
In his Inaugural Lecture as Professor of Evolutionary Palaeobiology, Matthew Wills considers some possible answers to this questions.
Astronomer Royal, Lord Rees, surveys the century ahead and the prospects it offers mankind - from AI and robotics to climate change and mass extinction.
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.
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.