Archive for November 2015

Read a preview of VC's report to Senate

The Vice-Chancellor will give her regular update report to members of Senate at Wednesday's meeting

Lowering lot size benefits stock exchanges and investors

Removing constraints on the minimum number of shares that can be traded in a single transaction on the stock exchange would benefit individual investors and exchanges around the world, according to new research from our School of Management. 

PG Maintenance payment Jan to Mar 2016

Update on postgraduate maintenance payments January-March 2016.

Don’t let VW scandal destroy your faith in car industry

Chris Brace, Professor of Automotive Propulsion, writes for The Conversation.

Sweet solution to marathon fatigue

Our health researchers have tested the effect of different energy drinks in staving off tiredness

How to solve a Rubik's cube in five seconds

Geoff Smith, Senior Lecturer in Mathematics, writes for the Conversation

Watch now: Facilitating virtual group work

A LITEbox session focusing on how teaching and learning activities, which traditionally take place on campus, can now be moved to an online environment, through the use of web-conferencing tools, offering significant benefits to both staff and students.

Rare fossil of beaked dinosaur found

Dr Nick Longrich has identified a rare fossil from eastern North America of a dog-sized beaked dinosaur

Paris climate summit: IPR spotlight

How we are responding to major challenges posed by climate change through our research & activities

Professor Aron Walsh receives Solar Simulation Award

A new collaboration between our Whorrod Research Fellow, Professor Aron Walsh and Dr David Scanlon from University College London has been awarded EPSRC Leadership project funding to harness the power of the national supercomputer ARCHER.

Rare fossil of a horned dinosaur found from ‘lost continent’

A rare fossil from eastern North America of a dog-sized beaked dinosaur has been identified by Dr Nick Longrich.

Scientists offer sweet solution to marathon fatigue

Our health researchers have tested the effect of different energy drinks in staving off tiredness.

Black Friday special offers from STV till 4pm

Invacuation testing – the results

Thanks for participating in the invacuation exercise today; there will be another short test in near future

How can we embed climate change across Uni of Bath curriculum?

In advance of the Paris Climate Summit our academics and students convened this week to discuss how climate change could be embedded across the curriculum.

Macri wins in Argentina but return to neoliberalism unlikely

Juan Pablo Ferrero (POLIS) writes on the recent Presidential election in Argentina.

Spending Review 2015: two of our experts respond

Professor Roger King (School of Management) and Dr Susan Harkness (SPS) have given their reaction to yesterday’s Spending Review – featured online by The Conversation

Hard science + stand-up = pure laughter

Fri 4 Dec: Come & see a lineup that will never be repeated, performing in ways you’ve never seen before

Host an international student this Christmas!

Students from around the UK would love to have a short homely break and discover the real life of this country.

It’s hard for Corbyn to find a friend in parliament

Professor Charlie Lees (POLIS) writes for the Conversation about the performance of Jeremy Corbyn in view of the Paris attacks.