In the media: Our work all over the world

This week research by our academics has hit the headlines and been featured in the media all over the world.

Dr Kate Woodthorpe’s research into the politics of memorialisation in cemeteries is being featured on BBC Radio Four on The Sunday Programme between 7.10am and 8am.

The Sociology Lecturer and member of Centre for Death & Society (CDAS) has already been interviewed on BBC Suffolk, BBC Bristol, BBC Somerset, Heart FM and Total Star.

Her research has also been featured in the Daily Telegraph this week.

Meanwhile Dr Mark Brosnan's research revealing that the ability to use technology can be predicted by the hormones we are exposed to in the womb has been featured in 30 publications around the world including newspapers in India and New Zealand.  (See Related Links & Bath in the Media)

The Senior Lecturer in Psychology found that levels of pre-natal testosterone exposure were higher in Computer Science students who achieved higher scores in their computer programming assessments. 

Also research from the University of Bath which was showcased at the Changing Worlds event in Westminster on Wednesday 13 October has been featured in this week's Bath Chronicle and BBC Radio Bristol.

Did you know?

We have a webpage, which is updated daily, that gives a fuller list of coverage of Bath in the Papers.

Did you know that the Press Office send out a daily email containing links to the previous day's online coverage about the University, together with a round up of the latest Higher Education stories from the main UK newspapers. If you'd like to sign up for the email, please contact press@bath.ac.uk with the word 'Headlines' in the subject box.

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