Archive for June 2017

Students' recycling gives heart charity £100k boost

Students from both of the universities in Bath took part in a recycling initiative with on-campus collection banks in a campaign run alongside BANES Council.

Charlie Lees on UK’s ‘nervous breakdown’: ABC radio

Professor Charlie Lees discusses whether the national resolve is trembling after spate of political shocks

IT maintenance affects Wessex House 7pm-5am: from Mon

IT maintenance to upgrade the network will affect the night time availability of IT services on levels 1 to 5 of Wessex House for two weeks.

Watching funerals streamed online helps to deal with death

Andréia de Sousa Martins, PhD student in our Centre for Death & Society (CDAS), writes for the Conversation.

Physicist wins IoP early-career award

Dr Marcin Mucha-Kruczyński has won a prestigious Institute of Physics award for his work on graphene

Physicist wins prestigious early-career award

Theoretical physicist Dr Marcin Mucha-Kruczyński has won a prestigious early-career award from the Institute of Physics for his work on graphene.

Is the type of cladding used on Grenfell Tower banned in UK?

Dr Stephen Ledbetter from our Centre for Window and Cladding Technology writes for The Conversation.

Students to make history at 2017 Henley Royal Regatta

Four crews will represent the University of Bath at the 2017 Henley Royal Regatta this week, including its first-ever women’s crew to qualify for the world-famous event.

Pets can help children accept challenges of foster care

Sam Carr, Lecturer in Education, writes for The Conversation.

Students build lunar rover: Aqua Lunae

A team of eight engineering students has been working on a small lunar rover model for a national competition.

Celebrating success at graduations

Nearly 3,000 students will graduate next week during three days of celebratory ceremonies at Bath Abbey

Bath hosts international hydrogen workshop

The University of Bath recently hosted hydrogen systems experts from across the world for a two-day workshop

Professors of Practice appointed

Two appointees take up new role of Professor of Practice in Higher Education Management

Athena SWAN submission: thank you

Many thanks to everyone who assisted with our University Athena SWAN Bronze renewal submission

Bath students win drone competition

A team of our engineering students are the winners of IMechE's Unmanned Aircraft Systems Challenge 2017

US government influence on films and television

New book and film investigate national security manipulation of screen entertainment industry.

US government influence on films and television

New book and film investigate national security manipulation of screen entertainment industry.

Why you should be wary of going to work with a hangover

Sally Adams, Lecturer in Health Psychology, has written an article for The Conversation.

University of Bath to celebrate students’ success at summer graduations

Nearly 3,000 students will graduate from the University of Bath next week during three days of celebratory ceremonies at Bath Abbey.

Online Engaged Teaching hub

The LITEbox team has launched an online hub to facilitate public engagement within teaching