Archive for August 2013

Unique mural for new student accommodation hoardings

Why not pop along and see artist Richard Woods and his team in action?

Campus computer shop closed - today

The Special Olympics are underway

Hundreds of athletes with intellectual disabilities were in action on the opening day.

Partial closure of the West Car Park - Today

This one day partial closure is to enable surveying work by structural engineers. Apologies for any inconvenience.

Architects appointed for our latest buildings

The University of Bath is delighted to announce that the architects have been appointed for our two recently announced new buildings – 10 West and 4 East South.

English Language Centre says goodbye to Angharad Ross

After over 16 years of working as Enrolments Officer, Angharad Ross retires at the end of this month.

Dr Rich on 'The men who made us thin' (listen from 29.50)

Interview as Jacques Peretti continues his BBC examination of the weight-loss industry.

Children's swimming lessons

Team Bath are pleased to announce that from the first week of September we will be running children’s swimming lessons in our hydrotherapy pool.

Help us make our Open Day a success

Message from Pro-Vice-Chancellor Professor Bernie Morley (Learning & Teaching)

Dr Bryson attends international AI conference

Dr Joanna Bryson from our Department of Computer Science was invited to attend the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) held in Beijing, China earlier this month.

Professor Walker and Douglas King nominated for Star of Building Science

Electronic & Electrical Engineering MEng students 100 per cent satisfied

Mark Greco on CAT scanning beehives

Dr Mark Greco from our Department of Biology and Biochemistry will speak to BBC Radio Four's 'Inside Science' programme today about CAT scanning beehives.

Royal Academy fellowship to further renewable energy storage work

A prestigious research fellowship from the Royal Academy of Engineering will allow Dr Weijia Yuan from our Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering to further his ground breaking work into the use of superconductors for electricity energy storage.

Chemical Engineering second for student satisfaction

The Department of Chemical Engineering moves up eight places to 2nd in the UK for overall student satisfaction in the latest National Student Survey (NSS).

Extra staff discounts

New retailers have been added to the list of those offering staff discounts.

Better detection for Alzheimer’s and cancers

A new chemical discovery will lead to better monitoring and treatment for cancers and degenerative diseases, according to latest research by our scientists.

International CASE collaboration delivers two major publications

An international collaboration facilitated by academics in our Department of Chemistry has delivered two significant publications in this month’s edition of Chemical Communications.

New light-activated suncream will cut skin cancer

A new suncream ingredient developed by researchers from our Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology could soon an important role in suncreams as a UVA filter that could help cut the cases of skin cancer.

School of Management number one for student satisfaction

The School of Management ranked number one for Business Studies in terms of student satisfaction in the UK; achieving an impressive rating of 98 per cent.