Archive for April 2016

Students encourage engineers to take up busking

A group of PhD students at the University of Bath is looking to recruit enthusiastic engineers to a new busking group to help change public perceptions of engineering.

Choose your software for academic year 2016-17

What software would benefit you and your students in the next academic year?

Professor Mike Tipping joins Bath IMI

Bath Institute for Mathematical Innovation welcomes world-renowned Data Science expert

University hosts first GW4 biosensor workshop

The GW4 Biosensor Network Workshop brought together academics, postdoctoral researchers and research students from Bristol, Bath, Cardiff and Exeter to disseminate their research, establish links and network.

Using oxygen to sterilise medical implants could save time and money

International researchers led by the University of Bath have demonstrated a cheap, effective and environmentally-friendly way to sterilise medical implants.

Recovering heat from sewage

Professor Jan Hofman writes for Water & Waste Water Treatment.

Sterilising medical implants

Our researchers have found a cheap, effective & environmentally-friendly way to sterilise medical implants

Watch weight lifting world record broken at STV

Strength & conditioning coach Luke Vella set a new world weightlifting record in front of a big crowd at the Sports Training Village on Wednesday.

VC presents prizes at Blues Awards

The annual Blues Awards celebrate sporting achievements of our students and graduates

UKES 2016: Survey now open

Please encourage non-final year undergraduates to give their feedback via the UK Engagement Survey

Paul Kennedy on Brexit: The view from Spain

Dr Paul Kennedy, Lecturer in Spanish & European Studies in PoLIS writes a blog post for the IPR series of articles related to the BREXIT debate and the EU Referendum.

Bath International Funding Schemes - an update

Two calls for international funding schemes are currently open

Science Showoff is back: Thu 5 May

Dr John Troyer from CDAS is amongst the line-up at our next evening of science cabaret at The Edge

I'm a Scientist, get me out of here: Climate change zone

CSCT student Helena Quilter blogs about her experiences: "It’s a bit like X Factor for scientists, where school pupils are the judges."

Exodus of dinosaurs from Europe

Scientists have used ‘network theory’ to track the movements of dinosaurs around the world

Rajani Naidoo warns of Higher Education's competition fetish

Professor Rajani Naidoo recently delivered the 2016 Worldviews Annual Lecture on Media and Higher Education, which has since been published on the University World News external website and The Conversation.

'Exchange' L&T Conference 2016: Thu 5 May

Simon Lancaster, Professor of Chemical Education at UEA, will present the keynote at our annual conference

Prestigious research award for Richard Guy

Professor Richard Guy has become the 14th scientist since 1986 to receive the Maurice-Marie Janot Award.

VC visits Student Services

"Thank you. You have given me a real insight into the valuable support that you provide for our students”

Call for papers for US foreign policy conference

The 10th Annual Conference of BISA United States Foreign Policy Working Group is jointly organised by the US Foreign Policy Working Group of BISA and the University of Bath.