Archive for July 2017

C4 series sets up old people’s home for four-year-olds

Professor Malcolm Johnson from CDAS is part of tonight's C4's series 'Old People's Home for Four-Year-Olds'

Why Process Improvement matters

Professor Steve Egan talks about why Process Improvement is so important to the University

Cheap tobacco means fewer smokers quit

Price increases as a deterrent to cut smoking are being undermined by the availability of cheap tobacco

Carole Mundell talks to BBC World Service

An international team of scientists, including Professor Mundell, have captured Gamma Ray Bursts - the biggest explosions in the Universe - in unprecedented detail for the first time.

Leading lights on campus to discuss future healthcare advances

The University's Centre for Healthcare Innovation & Improvement (Chi2) is hosting this week's EURO Working Group on Operational Research Applied to Health Services.

Marketing award for PhD student

PhD student Marilena Gemtou received a Worshipful Company of Marketors external website award last week for her work on customer revenge behaviour.

Update: University Print Service (UPS)

Tranche 2 of the University Print Service (UPS) roll out to the Sharp system starts today, as planned

Wali Aslam on Afghan war after Pakistan prime minister ousted

Availability of cheap tobacco undermining efforts to cut smoking

The effectiveness of price increases as a deterrent to cut smoking is being undermined by the availability of cheap tobacco, says new Dept for Health TCRG research.

Applying ACE 'total design' principles

Award-winning alumnus William Arnold reflects on his career in civil engineering & his time studying at Bath

Cathryn Mitchell delivers Royal Institute of Navigation keynote

Cathryn Mitchell gave the President's Invitation Address at the Royal Institute of Navigation's 11th AGM

Over-50? Sign up for first-ever National Vintage Games

ON 2 September, the inaugural National Vintage Games, the UK’s first competitive and recreational sports event for the over-50s, is coming to the University of Bath.

Ten small-scale engagement projects

Across the 2016-2017 academic year, the Uni funded 10 small-scale public engagement projects

Training - Managing emotions: anger, worry, disappointment

If you are a manager or leader, your moods and emotions can encourage or inhibit performance in those around you.

Cathryn Mitchell delivers keynote speech at RIN Annual Meeting

Cathryn Mitchell recently gave the President's Invitation Address at the Royal Institute of Navigation 11th Annual General Meeting.

Death of Prof Darryl P Almond (formerly of Materials Science)

We regret to announce the death of Emeritus Professor Darryl P Almond, who joined the University of Bath in 1976.

Is Hollywood influenced by Washington?

The US government's role behind the scenes in Hollywood goes deeper than you think

Universe's most powerful type of explosion

Scientists capture Gamma Ray Bursts - unravelling the long-standing mystery of what powers them

Alumna Fran on top of world as England win Cricket World Cup

Sports Performance graduate Fran Wilson, who scored 159 runs in five matches, helped England win the Women’s Cricket World Cup on an unforgettable Sunday afternoon of high drama at Lord’s.

Civic data gets sexy

A blog post by Jon Poole, Research & Intelligence Manager at Bath & North East Somerset Council, who works with the IPR on the project 'Connecting data across public services in Bath & North East Somerset'.