Archive for July 2017

Widcombe Hill closed all week

Wessex Water will be carrying out essential sewerage works on Widcombe Hill (outside Walden Lodge) from 24 July 2017 for approximately five days.

Users need to upgrade Panopto client: Fri 21 Jul onwards

Panopto have confirmed that users will need to upgrade their Panopto client, you can read their instructions and upgrade your own lap tops and macs.

University of Bath licences detection kit for sugar-damaged proteins

The University of Bath today announced it had entered a licensing agreement with Abcam, an innovator in reagents and tools, to make a new fluorescent detection probe kit for researchers globally. The product developed by scientists at the University of Bath, will help researchers quickly and efficiently detect proteins damaged by sugar, which are associated with many degenerative diseases.

Individual investors are losing out

New research shows individual personal pensions fare worse than group personal pension plans

Severe antisocial behaviour

New study highlights that the causes of the condition conduct disorder may differ between boys & girls

Bryn Clift writes for Fortune Magazine on LA Olympics

Fantastic response to Andy Dunne's fundraising efforts

Andy with his family (Laura, Imre and Orla) pre-swim in Bournemouth.

Academic contributes to international HE publication on REF

Richard Watermeyer (Education) has written a report titled: Activism over acrimony: Not getting better but getting beyond the UK’s Research Excellence Framework

New role for Professor Barry Gilbertson

One of our lay Council members has been appointed Chairman for Bath World Heritage Group

New study reveals that causes of severe antisocial behaviour may differ for boys and girls

New research from the Department of Psychology has highlighted differences in the causes of the condition conduct disorder in boys and girls.

Individual personal pensions fare worse than group pensions, shows research

People who take out an individual personal pension can expect lower returns than those who invest in a group personal pension plan, suggests new research from the University of Bath's School of Management.

Unmasking Sri Lanka's tobacco industry actions

TobaccoUnmasked, a new website, has been launched in Sri Lanka by President Maithripala Sirisena

Over 200 gather for successful 8th CSCT Summer Showcase

Organised by PhD students, the annual CSCT Summer Showcase brought together academics, students and industrial representatives from around the world, to participate in talks, panel discussions, polls, ignite talks on this year's theme of circular economy.

Graduate visits new lab funded by his gift

Students & staff gathered for the official opening of the Tarr Bioinformatics lab, in Biology & Biochemistry

Sustainable development in the Arctic

Extractive industries in highly fragile ecosystems are controversial - partnership is vital

The Quads & Norwood House listed in THE Top 50 residences

Two of our residences feature in Times Higher Education's guide to the 'Top 50 student accommodation halls in the UK'

African citizens have reason to be fed up with politicians

Tahiru Azaaviele Liedong, Assistant Professor of Strategy in the School of Management, writes for The Conversation

New wiki site to unmask dealings of tobacco industry in Sri Lanka

A new website TobaccoUnmasked has been launched in Sri Lanka by the President Maithripala Sirisena, based on the success of TobaccoTactics from our Dept for Health.

Prof Sir Mark Walport opens 4 East South

As part of his visit to campus, Sir Mark also received a tour of campus, led by the Vice-Chancellor

Professor Sir Mark Walport opens University of Bath’s 4 East South

The Chief Executive Designate of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), Professor Sir Mark Walport has officially opened the University of Bath’s most recent academic building, 4 East South.