Archive for May 2016

A boost to regenerative medicine

Scientists have discovered an effective way to produce three-dimensional networks of blood vessels

PGRs: Find out about Doctoral College plans

PGR students: Please come & share your views to help shape the future of PGR support at Bath - 2 Jun

World’s first motion picture of our Universe

International consortium builds new telescope capable of filming entire visible sky in just three nights

The greatest movie ever made: directed by astronomers, starring our Universe

Our scientists are part of an international consortium building a new telescope, dubbed the world's largest digital camera, that will be able to take pictures of the entire visible sky in just three nights.

Building resilience in Jordan through partnership

Part of our project to build resilience in people and systems through partnership in the region

Why a picture paints a thousand words

From the finals of the Three Minute Thesis back in March through to the latest exhibition currently on display in The Edge ‘Images of Research’, there’s a clear thread running through the kinds of engagement and dissemination activities our researchers are involved in.

Video: HSS graduate shares experience of studying with us

HSS graduate Gabriella Sherry shares her thoughts about the learning & teaching experience at the University

Ruth Massey responds to O’Neil superbugs report

Dr Ruth Massey, from the Milner Centre for Evolution, responds to the publication of The Review on Antimicrobial Resistance’s report on Tackling Drug-Resistant Infections Globally.

Migration & EU membership - IPR blog by Emma Carmel

Dr Emma Cartmel (Social & Policy Sciences) contributes a blog post to the IPR series of articles which all relate to the BREXIT debate and the EU Referendum.

Two Olympians inducted into Hall of Fame

The Vice-Chancellor has welcomed Dr Stephanie Cook & Kate Allenby into our Hall of Fame for Sport

University evidence used in High Court decision to allow plain tobacco packaging

A ruling last week by the High Court on standardised packaging for cigarettes relied partly on research from our Tobacco Control Research Group.

Impeachment or 'Soft Coup' in Brazil & Latin America?

Dr Ana Cecilia Dinerstein, Social & Policy Sciences, blogs about 'The Revenge of the Right and the state of democracy'.

Research Marketing Blog: from news to Netflix

Our research to develop a yeast-based alternative to palm oil has been referenced on a hit, prime-time US TV show.

New phishing scam: fake email about Webmail

The email is not genuine; please don't click on any of the links.

Hollywood tech could help your health

We've launched our Centre for Analysis of Motion, Entertainment Research & Applications (CAMERA)

Could Hollywood technology help your health?

The University's new Centre for the Analysis of Motion, Entertainment Research & Applications (CAMERA), based in our Department of Computer Science in collaboration with our Department for Health, was launched this week.

Plans for new campus accommodation

The University has applied for planning consent to provide accommodation on the west of campus

ICIA - World premiere dance performance by Grace Schwindt: Sat

ICIA and Bath Dance present free dance performances at The Circus & Royal Avenue

Can business learn from Leicester win?

Leadership & luck: Professor Yiannis Gabriel, School of Management, writes for The Conversation

New Staff Development course dates added

Sign up for new training course dates.