Archive for October 2017

Adding Chrome to your computer

In order to view the live stream, or watch recordings, of Let's Talk you will need to use Chrome as your browser.

Uni shortlisted for HEA teaching award

The University has been shortlisted for a top Higher Education Academy award for the LITEBOX project

Helping you to communicate your research

A free course from the MOOC provider FutureLearn is now available to help academics

The Creative City: All ages welcome, Sat 21 Oct

Festival of the Future City 2017 blog

Bath and Bristol share more than a cycle path writes Director of Arts at The Edge, Jamie Eastman

Attend course on business travel booking

We're switching to our new travel provider on 1 December 2017. If you're a member of staff, find out how to make new travel bookings and check existing ones.

Showcasing nuclear research at Bath

Dr cole Awarded Kroto Medal

Top marks for graduating Lloyds Scholars

The University’s first 15 Lloyds Scholars graduated at a special ceremony in London

University of Bath scientists on BBC Radio 'Happy Hour'

Engaging with the Bigger Picture by Prof. David Galbreath

University top ten in Table of Tables

The University of Bath has entered the top 10 UK universities in this year’s Times Higher Education (THE) “Table of Tables”.

Keith Brown on Unidoodle classroom app

Tier 4 visa student information

Any staff hiring Tier 4 visa students must follow guidelines to ensure the safety of everyone involved

Dr Cole named one of MIT Tech Reviews Pioneers under 35

Uni scientists involved in world first

This is the first ever combined detection of light and gravitational waves from two merging neutron stars

Light captured alongside a gravitational wave for the first time ever

University of Bath astrophysicists have been closely involved in the first ever combined detection of both light and gravitational waves from the merging of two neutron stars, a cataclysmic cosmic event.

The Intimate Universe by Dr Marek Kukula: 23 Nov

The Intimate Universe: William Herschel Society Public Lecture with Dr Kukula

Testing wastewater could give early warning system for preventing epidemics

New ‘water fingerprinting’ technology developed by researchers at the University of Bath to test a city’s water could soon be mitigating infectious disease, limiting the spread of antibiotic resistant “superbugs” such as E. coli, and enabling authorities to monitor the overall health of the public.

Steve Egan: What did you do last weekend?

Steve talks about what is was like at Wembley as a member of the chain crew on the NFL game between the New Orleans Saints and the Miami Dolphins.