Archive for March 2014

New CDT in Mathematics announced

A new £4 million Centre for Doctoral Training in Mathematics will help us to develop future leaders

A message from the Vice-Chancellor

Professor Dame Glynis Breakwell's monthly message with a round-up of the latest news

Managed Print Service (MPS) update

An update on the contingency plans against further interruptions to the reliability of the service

Sending your print requirement to IDPS electronically

Compose an email to print@bath.ac.uk

Bath PhD researcher puts on UK's ‘Best engineering event’

A PhD researcher who dedicates hours of personal time to encourage school children to consider a career in engineering has won a national award.

Huge boost as new Mathematics CDT announced

The University will benefit from a new £4 million Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Mathematics, helping to develop future leaders in the field.

Congenitally blind visualise numbers opposite way round

Psychologists from the University have uncovered that people blind from birth visualise numbers the opposite way around to sighted people.

Biology student Rosie features on TeamBath TV

Shooter Rosie Allison discusses playing netball for TeamBath and England, and combining training with studying for a Biology degree here at Bath in our latest movie on TeamBath TV.

220 staff & students attend Chemical Engineering Ball

220 staff and students attended the Department of Chemical Engineering's Ball on 14 March 2014 at the Assembly Rooms in Bath.

Discovery dome helps visitors go back in time

This Easter visitors to Chedworth Roman Villa will be transported back in time thanks to the latest digital technology developed by a EngD student from our Department of Computer Science.

Congenitally blind visualise numbers opposite way to sighted

Psychologists from the University have uncovered that people blind from birth visualise numbers the opposite way around to sighted people.

Celebrating Founders Day - Wed 2 Apr

Join us for a presentation about our research with Wessex Water and a lecture by Prof David Rhind titled 'Drowning in data'

Industrial Advisory Board become dragons for the day

Seven members of the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) became dragons for the day in our first ever Dragons' Den event in March.

ACE alumna wins prestigious engineering award

One of the University’s alumnae, Ria Martin, has won the 2014 Engineering Award as part of the Duke of Gloucester's Young Achievers Scheme.

I-SEE lecture - LCA & low carbon energy solutions: Tue 1 Apr

University photography competition - voting now open

You can now vote for your favourite images in this year's Photography Competition

Plans submitted for two new academic buildings

New developments to meet growing demand for research and teaching

Using social media to engage - Wed 2 Apr

How are researchers using a variety of social media tools to help raise their profile and maximise the impact of their research?

FAB Fashion Show - Thu 3 Apr

All proceeds go to RAG's big 4 charities: Teenage Cancer Trust, Sense, Bath Mind and Julian House.

Using behavioural economics to go green

Researchers from universities across the EU are working together on a major new project to help policy-makers meet ambitious green targets by encouraging people to adopt more sustainable lifestyles.