Archive for April 2014

Exchange 2014! for teaching & research staff

Friday 9 May: Network and share your ideas about excellent teaching in a research-intensive university

Bathwick Hill update

Further to our announcement yesterday about the closure of the top end of Bathwick Hill near Oakley, we have been informed by BANES that this short section has just reopened.

Preventing biochemical weapons in UK

An international conference on campus will discuss the role of science in combatting the threats posed by biochemical weapons

Order copies of our new About Bath 2014 booklet

The 2014 version of About Bath, our pocket-sized guide to the University, is now available.

More robust approach needed to science, innovation and the threats of biochemical weapons

An event on campus will bring together international experts to discuss new ways to combat the threats posed by biological and chemical weapons - and the role of science as a source and response to such threats.

Bath chemists scoop top crystallography prizes

Four of our chemists picked up top prizes at this year’s British Crystallographic Association (BCA) Spring Meeting.

STEM Busking - street performance of science & engineering

Workshop on Thu 8 May for all staff and postgraduate researchers: Science busking takes live demonstrations and interpretations to people who may never have thought of stepping foot in a science centre or museum.

Vegmead: Green chemists' guerilla gardening project

Students from our Centre in Sustainable Chemical Technologies are now running a community garden in Hedgemead Park & are looking for volunteers.

SU shortlisted for Internationalised Students' Union award

Our Students' Union has been shortlisted in the NUS/UKCISA Internationalisation Awards, which recognise universities and students' unions who are exceptionally effective in supporting the interests of international students.

Bathwick Hill closure extended beyond North Rd junction

Please be advised that the resurfacing works on Bathwick Hill have necessitated the closure of the road further up the hill near Oakley today (Tuesday 29 April).

Mannheim delegation visits Bath to explore further links

A delegation from the University of Mannheim, Germany visited the University earlier this month to discuss staff and student mobility.

Email unavailable: Wed 30 Apr, 7.30-8am

New About Bath 2014 booklet

The 2014 version of About Bath, our pocket-sized guide to the University, is now available.

Researcher wins top neutron scattering prize

Dr Anita Zeidler from our Department of Physics has been awarded the prestigious B.T.M. Willis Prize for neutron scattering.

Prof Stephen Emmitt joins Architecture & Civil Engineering

We are looking forward to welcoming Stephen Emmitt, who joins us as Professor of Architectural Practice in May.

Pint of Science comes to Bath: 19-21 May

Organised by postgraduate students and early career researchers our scientists will be talking about their research at pubs in the city

Disruption to Managed Print Service: Tue 29 Apr, 6-9am

Lighting up the solar energy market

New research from our Department of Chemistry will help to develop revolutionary perovskite solar cells

2014/15 Academic diaries now available to order

Purchasing Services suggests that you orderas soon as possible as Lyreco do not always restock once the initial stock has gone.

ACE student wins The One Show's Garden Design Challenge

A garden design by Alex Noble, a sixth-year Architecture student, which is inspired by the City of Bath, will be created for the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show in July.