Archive for May 2017

The Young Water Professionals movement comes to Bath

For someone at the start of their career in water, the University of Bath was the place to be in April as it hosted a total of 260 young water professionals across three events.

Sue Fairhurst retires after 37 years at the Uni

We thank Sue for all her hard work over the years and wish her a very, very happy retirement

Attack in Manchester

A candle has been lit & book of condolence has been opened in the Chaplaincy centre for staff & students

Message from the Vice-Chancellor

New Vice-President role for Dean of School of Management Professor Veronica Hope-Hailey

Physics undergrad has paper published in scientific journal

A paper co-authored by physics student, Joey Tindall, has been published in the scientific journal, Physics Letters B.

Skills & global value chains: a story of winners & losers

Professor Hugh Lauder writes for the IPR blog about the OECD's newest instalment of its Skills Outlook series.

Immigration advice sessions for EU and international staff

Discuss your concerns about the UK leaving the EU with a specialist immigration law firm and watch a presentation about residency and citizenship.

Presentation skills course: Mon 26 Jun

This course is suitable for all staff who have to present to others as part of their role: to a small audience within the context of a meeting, or in a larger, more formal setting.

Images of Research: Vote today

Last chance to vote for your favourite image - exhibition in The Edge closes Wed

Panopto Re:View drop-in sessions

Thu 25 May: Four sessions covering the key features of Panopto Lecture Recording Software

Next-gen solar cells could be improved by atomic-scale redesign

Researchers from the Department of Chemistry have uncovered the mechanism that causes new solar cells to break down in air, paving the way for a solution.

Help needed for our June Open Days

Are you able to volunteer to help at our summer Open Days on Thursday 15 & Friday 16 June?

Practical implications of basic income

The Institute for Policy Research analyses how basic income could affect people’s motivation to work

Meet TBR's chassis manager

Oli Cartlidge joined Team Bath Racing in his first year & is now leading the manufacture of the chassis

Rail changes - Chip'm, Swindon, Bristol: 27-29 May & 10-11 Jun

Network Rail will be undertaking work in the Swindon area to prepare for their new trains which enter service later this year.

Training - Managing the disciplinary process: Fri 23 Jun

A course for line managers and supervisors to equip you with the skills and knowledge to proactively manage the disciplinary process

The Know-Show: interactive exhibition in The Edge till 10 Jun

The Edge galleries play host to events and exhibits exploring the ways knowledge is distributed in society.

Times Red Box podcast featuring Charlie Lees

In search of the Lib Dem fight back

Developing the next generation of solar cells at Oxford PV

Oliver Weber (CSCT postgrad) is working with scientists and engineers at Oxford Photovoltaics, a start-up company spun out from Oxford University research that aims to scale up and commercialise perovskite solar cells (so named for the crystal structure of the absorber material).

New date - STV lay-by closure: from Mon 5 Jun

The works were due to begin on 8 May but, due to unforeseen circumstances, had to be postponed.