Archive for September 2013

More campus bus services

You should have noticed improvements to the bus service to campus this year.

Prof Anna Bull on World at One (from 22:26)

Watch our latest research films

Twelve short films showcasing the breadth of our Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) funded research are now available on the University’s updated research pages.

PoLIS student to contribute to One Young World Summit

Jenna Logeais, a 21 year-old Politics and International Relations student, will join young people from around the globe to tackle some of the world’s most pressing issues, at the One Young World Summit in Johannesburg, 2-5 October 2013.

IT maintenance, Tues 1 Oct, 7am - 9am

We will be carrying out maintenance, Tuesday 01 October 2013, 7am to 9am.

University student wins Best Biology Student at SET awards 2013

Waste seashells can solve waste water problem

The thousands of tonnes of waste seashells created by the edible seafood sector could be put to use by our Department of Chemical Engineering in a new waste water cleaning project.

Register now for academic communication skills classes

The In-sessional Programme is free for all current students, whether you are an undergraduate or postgraduate, native or non-native speaker.

Alumna appointed CEO of the Royal College of Physicians

The Chancellors' Building now open

Our newest building has opened on the first day of the new semester as planned.

Lecture considers our vulnerability to infrastructure failure

The University's Institue for Policy Research is hosting a public lecture that will examine the risks posed to the resilience and security of our national infrastructure by the drive for greater economic efficiency.

I-SEE Seminar - Implications of a circular economy - 1 Oct

Spam/Phishing emails

If you recieve Spam / Phishing Emails which appear to come from University accounts, please delete them.

Tribe October half term camps 2013

Tribe October half term camps run from Monday 28 October until Friday 1 November 2013.

X doesn’t always mark the spot

Research from our Department of Biology & Biochemistry has found a greater number of ‘escaping genes’ on the X chromosome than have been previously detected, with implications for the understanding of mental impairment in humans.

The Chancellor’s installation

Last chance for the staff ballot for tickets to attend The Chancellor’s installation ceremony.

Bath Institute for Medical Engineering: miRobot - 3 Oct

This lecture examines the technical and social challenges in creating robotics that can deliver healthcare, improve our wellbeing, and enhance medical treatment.

Children needed for stress study

Researchers in Psychology are investigating how children cope with stress and are looking for youngsters to help them with their study.

Could you be an academic Advocate for Public Engagement?

Do you have a passion for public engagement? Do you believe in involving people and sharing your research?

New careers app for young people and parents

A free careers app to help young people in the South West plan their futures has been launched by a consortium of universities managed by the University of Bath.