Archive for July 2013

Year 11 pupils arrive for residential summer school

The University’s successful Year 11 Summer School commences again this week as forty-five pupils get the opportunity to experience a taste of university life and study.

Year 11 pupils arrive on campus this week for residential summer school

The University's successful Year 11 Summer School commences again this week as forty-five pupils get the opportunity to experience a taste of university life and study.

New Professor for School of Management

Christos Pitelis takes up his new position as Professor of Sustainable Global Business at the School of Management on 31 July.

Adam Jackson wins 2013 HPC Symposium poster competition

Adam Jackson won the 2013 High Performance Computing (HPC) Symposium poster competition.

Panopto Lecture Capture unavailable during August

Panopto Lecture Capture will be unavailable from Thursday 1 August 2013, due to an essential upgrade. The work will take up to 4 weeks.

Diabetics benefit from licensing of University technology

Nemaura Pharma Ltd, a specialty pharmaceutical drug delivery company that specialises in transdermal drug delivery and diagnostics, has licensed from the University of Bath technology developed by Dr. Begoña Delgado-Charro and Professor Richard Guy of the Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology.

Newly awarded research from Bath and Brazil Exchange Fund

The São Paulo Research Foundation, Brazil (FAPESP) and the University of Bath have jointly funded the first calls for proposals following the signed Memorandum of Understanding for the exchange of researchers earlier in the year.

BUCS staff unavailable this afternoon

Safeguarding children and young people – and DBS checks

The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) has now been in place for seven months, replacing the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) and Independent Safeguarding Authority.

Nano coating could preserve vaccines and save millions of lives

Chemists at the University are developing a new way to transport vaccines without refrigeration, in an effort to increase the availability of life-saving immunisation programmes around the world.

Top world ranking for our Executive MBAs

The School of Management’s Executive MBA programme has been ranked 11th in the world by The Economist.

'E-Slips' are coming

From next month (August 2013) you will receive an email with a secure image of your payslip as well as your normal printed payslip.

New nano coating could preserve vaccines and save millions of lives

Researchers from the Department of Chemistry are developing a new way to transport vaccines without refrigeration, in an effort to increase the availability of life-saving immunisation programmes around the world.

Bath ranks high in the world for Executive MBAs

The School of Management’s Executive MBA programme has been ranked 11th in the world by The Economist.

Pharmacy & Pharmacology celebrate ‘two generation success’

Mother and son, Linda Porter and Matthew Burnett, had the very rare opportunity to graduate together at this year’s Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology award ceremony.

Researcher studies Italian identity in New Zealand

Dr Adalgisa Giorgio, Senior Lecturer in Italian Studies, from our Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies recently returned from a four and half month research visit to New Zealand.

SETsquared incubator the best in Europe at fostering start-ups

The SETsquared incubator, which involves Bath along with the Universities of Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Surrey, has been named the best new business incubator in Europe.

Zambia IDEALS project four-week overview

International Development through Excellence and Leadership in Sport (IDEALS) is a UK Sport programme, delivered in partnership with the University.

University part of new BBC User Experience Research Partnership

The BBC today announced the BBC User Experience Research Partnership, a long-term collaboration project between BBC Research and Development (BBC R&D) and leading universities in the fields of User Experience and Human Computer Interaction research.

SETsquared incubator the best in Europe at fostering start-ups

The SETsquared incubator, which involves Bath along with the Universities of Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Surrey, has been named the best new business incubator in Europe.