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Bath in the Media

December 2011

22 December
One quango to rule them all?, Times Higher Education
Another victory for Olympic hopeful Cooke, Gloucestershire Echo
Hundreds see Team Bath's Superleague squad in charity game, This is Somerset

21 December
Mystery of Car Battery's Current Solved, Science Daily
What Professors Are Saying, Business Because
MBA alum launches new financial solution initiative to benefit charities, Business Because
Heart Monitor Device Wins Bath MBA Entrepreneurship In Action Competition, Business Because
Acoustic Consultant Uses Bath MBA To Move Into Management Consulting, Business Because
University of the Year awarded to Bath, Business Because
Bath MBA Lands An Internship At Porsche, Business Because
Bath Entrepreneur In Residence, Business Because
Fifteen Great Business School Locations, Business Because
Cutting edge chemistry in 2011, Chemistry World
Miller appointed Head Sports Doctor for London 2012, Inside the games
Taylor's University School of Engineering, Asian Correspondent

20 December
Michael Jamieson positive about home advantage for London 2012, Metro
Dominic Lawson: Bashing the banks won't do us, or the economy, any good, Independent
SETsquared company Blu Wireless wins Cambridge start-up prize; Innovative Bristol business bucks the trend for fabless semiconductor start-ups, ElectroIQ
Mystery of car battery's current solved, Physic.org

19 December
Another award for student, Henley Standard
LimesNet Awards £50k to Support International Research Missions, ATD
Can Just A Few Minute of Exercise a Day Prevent Diabetes?, ECN (See also The Hindu, Diabetes Control)
Matters pertaining to Youths' development and progress, RTB News
Student defies illness for a masters, Bath Chronicle
History comes and goes, but some things will never change, South China Morning Post
Bath MBA Helps Media Consultant Gain Credibility, Business because
What Do MBAs Want For Christmas?!, Business because
Britain's great bustards population set to take off thanks to EU funding boost, Earth Times
A licence to print anything, PC Pro
Dragon's boost for students, Bath Chronicle
Smoke free legislation linked to drop in second-hand smoke exposure among adults, Tobacco.org
Bankers? bonuses did not cause crisis, claims Bath University study, Fundweb
Athletics coach Malcolm Arnold insists he still loves buzz of training gold ..., Scottish Daily Record
London school with Indian pupils is UK's best, Chandigarh Tribune
PhD candidate Malek wins Marshall Sherfield Fellowship, MIT News
Parts of PCF Technology of NKT Photonics Licensed to GLphotonics, AZoOptics.com
Breaking the silence, Naturemedicine.com

16 December
City Spy: Bankers deserve their big bonuses, Evening Standard
Dragon's boost for students, Bath Chronicle
Senior win is fine fillip for Philip, Bath Chronicle
Rowers' winter warmer, Bath Chronicle
Research into benefits of exercise for people with diabetes, Bath Chronicle
Event aims to energise your firm, Bath Chronicle
Bath University rising stars get Games call, Bath Chronicle
University of Bath PhD student wins Powder Flow 2011 poster prize sponsored by Freeman Technology, Lab Bulletin
SETsquared: Power Oasis raises £4.5M for push into Smart Grid, Science Business
New-look Mission ready for the spring, Bath Chronicle
Nicholls is in a class of her own, This is Kent

15 December
University Of Bath PhD Student Wins Powder Flow 2011 Poster Prize Sponsored By Freeman Technology, Bio portfolio (See also AZom)
NKT Photonics licenses photonic-crystal fiber technology portions, Laser focus world (See also OptoIQ)
Bankers' Bonuses 'Were Not To Blame' For Global Financial Crisis, Huffington Post (See also London Loves Business, Fundweb, Bath Chronicle, expressandstar.com, University of Bristol, Physorg, Talk Talk)
Exercise for just 1 minute a day could help keep diabetes away, Sifi.com
Smoke free legislation linked to drop in second-hand smoke exposure among adults, e! Science News

14 December
Dr. Eiman Al Ansari Named Manager of ictQATAR Consumer Affairs Department, Zawya
Smoke free legislation linked to drop in second-hand smoke exposure among adults, Health News
Death - the Final Taboo: As the Cost of Dying Increases to Over £7,000 Why Aren’t People Making End of Life Plans?, Biz wire express
The Cyclist and the Damage Done, Philadelphia Magazine
Susan Pointer, director, public policy and government affairs, EMEA, Google, Guardian
Professor Chris Martin discusses the Eurozone, BBC Radio Somerset (1.11.45-1.14.07)
Schlumberger Welcomes New Leadership, Oil Voice
Future costs of youth unemployment, BBC News
Smoke free legislation linked to drop in second-hand smoke exposure among adults, Tobacco.org
Anna Gilmore discusses her research on second hand smoking trends, BBC Radio Bristol (2.02.35-2.05.00)

13 December
Is this the world's smallest hand? The Daily Mail (See also Nanonews.tv)
PowerOasis powers up with £4.5m investment, South West Business Insider
One minute of exercise helps to prevent diabetes, NewsFood [Also in Gandul, Hartgenoten, DireDonna, IsraNews, Times Wellness, Big5 News and China Times]
What do MBAs want for Christmas? Business Because

12 December
Is NLP a science or a craft?, Zimbio
Simple way to fight diabetes, The Hindu (See also Zee News, Times of Oman, Bath Chronicle, Nursing Times, Diabetes.co.uk, Marie Claire, Scottish Daily Express, Cambodian Times)   
A Christmas miracle: That's what doctors call Serita Shone, Daily Mail
It all comes together for class act Freyja, Bath Chronicle
Debut draw for under-21s, Bath Chronicle
Indias Next Generation Business Leaders, SiliconIndia.com
Partnerships Aim To Improve Oil Refining, Chemical Processing
Power Oasis raises £4.5m for push into Smart Grid, UK Embedded

9 December
A LITTLE EXERCISE BEATS DIABETES, Daily Express (See also Daily Mail, Daily Mirror, Daily India, Scottish Daily Record, Bath Chronicle & Mature Times)
Dr Niels Vollaard discusses his research that can reduce the likelihood of people developing Type 2 Diabetes, BBC Radio Bristol (1.50.15-1.54.08) & BBC Points West Television
Innovation in Construction Lecture available online, Cambridge Network
Geoff Whitty collects CBE award for services to education, Institute of Education
Mintz Levin Elevates Three IP Attorneys to Member in London Office, EON
Fans win 'passion' contest, Northampton Chronicle and Echo
Council pledge to keep weekly bin collections, Bath Chronicle

8 December
Bath University doctor chosen for Olympic role, Bath Chronicle
Rotork plc : Rotork sponsors Team GB Judo athlete, 4 Traders
Dr Stuart Miller speaks of his appointment as Head Doctor for London 2012, BBC Radio Bristol (1.17.10-1.19.49) and BBC Radio Somerset (2.37.50-2.42)
What Professors Are Saying, Business because
Torvill & Dean helping British rhythmic gymnasts reach London 2012, BBC Sport
Spain conquers Women's 4x200m freestyle relay title: 2011 Dutch Open Long ..., Bettor.com
Minute a day 'keeps diabetes away', PA

7 December
Vice-Chancellor’s ‘Shadowing Day’ broadcast on BBC Points West
Dr Bruce Morley discusses the current Eurozone situation, BBC Radio Bristol (1.36.44-1.40.51)
Hanna Wade speaks about her ‘Shadowing Day’ with the Vice-Chancellor, BBC Radio Bristol (1.21.34-1.24.33)
American Airlines Announces Leadership Related To Restructuring Plan, Citybizlist
Bath MBA About Making Links In Your Head, Business because
'Digital medicine' the key to making universal healthcare a reality, www.raeng.org.uk
Dur-A-Flex Names R&D, Marketing VP, Paintsquare
Capturing the experience of a time that might otherwise be forgotten, Guardian
Great bustard sightings…Have you seen one?, Wildlife Extra
The perfect present - a 3D printer, Daily Telegraph

6 December
The perfect present - a 3D printer, Daily Telegraph
UK Education and Studying in the UK - University of Bath, UK education and studying in the UK
FT Names HEC Paris Best in Europe, PoetsandQuants.com
The Neuromarketers, Medgadget Blog
Financial Times European Business Schools 2011, Financial Times
Chance to do songs from 1950s to 1970s, Wiltshire Times
Interview: Freyja Prentice is a young woman on a mission, Herald Scotland
Land for learning, Times Record
YFM leads £4.5m financing of Poweroasis, Newnet
Son Rise, Outlook Business
PowerOasis secures £4.5m funding, Growth Business

5 December
Sing along in Wiltshire and beat loneliness, This is Wiltshire
Students' Letter to Nick Clegg, Huffington Post
Social : Skin Life - Can we really make a difference to our skin?, Ecademy
New Lord Lieutenant for Wiltshire in 2012, Wiltshire and Gloucester Standard
A high margin of error, The National
Extinction: Poachers Test The Right To Life, Forbes
It's about the money... isn't it?, Independent

2 December
Youth get their chance, Bath Chronicle
Looking at Bath from a completely different angle, Bath Chronicle
'Bath can be England's tech capital', Bath Chronicle
Free-jazz pioneer set to perform at city museum, Bath Chronicle
Squad get first run-out, Bath Chronicle
Pozzi drive gets outstanding reward, Bath Chronicle
Greene in SPOTY hunt, Bath Chronicle
Arnold is honoured, Bath Chronicle
Williams set for World Cup opener, Bath Chronicle
You can't manage emissions until you can measure them, and it's harder than you think, The conversation
It's about the money... isn't it?, Independent
Saints' fans look to outroar Tigers, Northampton Chronicle and Echo
Williams set for skeleton return, BBC News
Released bustards are roaming far and wide, Salisbury Journal
New centre turbocharges Bath’s carbon research, Science Business

1 December
ATHLETICS: Award for Broughton's Malcolm, This is Wiltshire
Referee Bias: Quantifying the Homer Effect and Officiating Home-Field Advantage, Bleacher Report
DDL22 Poster Reports On The Power Of Imaging In OINDP Development, Bio Compare
Algae fuel firms face moment of truth, BBC News
Sun Life Direct Calls on the Industry to Address the End of Life Time Bomb, PR-Canada.net
ModCell, Director
New centre turbocharges Bath's carbon research, Science Business
Peter Cressey talks about the University’s work with the Citizens Advice Bureau, BBC Radio Bristol (1.41.49-1.45.48)
Professor Chris Martin discusses George Osborne’s economics plans, BBC Radio Bristol (1.39.54-1.42.20)
John Troyer talks about his feature in an up and coming film, BBC Radio Bristol (1.22.14-1.26.37)

November 2011

30 November
Jaguar Land Rover teams up with university to develop low carbon engines, Birmingham Post
Jess Garland hails young squad as Team Bath name 2012 line-up, This is Somerset
MBA alum launches new financial solution initiative to benefit charities, Business Because
University of the Year awarded to Bath, Business Because
Bath MBA Lands An Internship At Porsche, Business Because
Bath Entrepreneur In Residence, Business Because
Acoustic Consultant Uses Bath MBA To Move Into Management Consulting, Business Because
What Professors Are Saying, Business Because
Malvern - DDL22 poster reports on the power of imaging in OINDP development, Bio portfolio
Heart Monitor Device Wins Bath MBA Entrepreneurship In Action Competition, Business Because
Fifteen Great Business School Locations, Business Because
Referee Bias: Quantifying the Homer Effect and Officiating Home Field Advantage, Bleacher Report
Ashton in the Running for Caretaker England Post, Sportsvibe
Goldies should be on prescription, Mature Times
Regenerative medicine : UK reinforces its position as a world leader, UKTI
Bristol gets £2.2m for low-carbon projects, Bristol 24 7

29 November
Brian has Six appeal! Former England coach Ashton in frame to be caretaker, Daily Mail
Let's get physical: how 3D printing works, Australian Personal Computer Magazine
Mast from classic racing yacht holds one of the keys to sustainable biofuels, Science Codex
Research and Markets: Beyond Performance: How Great Organizations ..., Benzinga
People encouraged to think about what they drink, This is Somerset
Bailey Caravans claim 2mpg fuel saving for drivers towing an Orion, Caravan Times
'Left-handed iron corkscrews' point the way to new weapon in battle against superbugs like MRSA, Eurek Alert

28 November
How corpses could power a television to save on energy, Brisbane Times (See also Sydney Morning Herald)
Ingenious Britain: Dyson invests £1.4m in academic research at Cambridge, Cambridge Network
Sun Life Direct Calls on the Industry to Address the End of Life Time Bomb, Benzinga
Politics no longer for people since '90s, Daily Star
Fathers come home to the warmest of welcomes, Bath Chronicle
Building expertise, Timber Trades Journal
Lights go on in Moorland Road as students help with festive fun, Bath Chronicle
A dead heat - crematorium to sell power for National Grid, Daily Telegraph
Mast from classic racing yacht holds one of the keys to sustainable biofuels, PhysOrg.com
Difference Engine: Making it, The Economist
Queen appoints new lord lieutenant for Wiltshire, Wiltshire Times

25 November
Star Wars style: This is the bicycle helmet you are looking for, Environmental Transport Association
LimesNet awards £50k to support international research missions, Materials Handling World Magazine
Find out about postgraduate research funding within Humanities & Social Sciences, Webnewswire.com
The ICT Professional: Ed Zedlewski, Eduserv, PublicTechnology.net
Career help for teenagers in the West, Heart 103 FM
Architecture awards build on excellence of designers, Nailsea People
Difference Engine: Making it, The Economist
Sainsbury's boss forced to defend salary on Question Time, Bath Chronicle
Beach Volley Ball pair feature on Inside Out, BBC Point West Inside Out

24 November
Your Job in 2030, Readers Digest
Visit of Wolf-Eckhard Wormser, Chancellor, Technische Universität Dresden, Press zoom
Charter Day Ceremony recognises the gift of scholarships, Press zoom
Final line-up for Question Time in Bath revealed, Bath Chronicle
Bath star Cooke wins gold in Argentina, Bath Chronicle
New Chief Executive announced for the Natural Environment Research Council, PR-USA.net
The bandage that tells you when you have an infection, University of Leicester
Public Sector carbon targets double in face of economic gloom, Environmental Expert

23 November
Richard lives in Edinburgh, ArticleMotron
New faces move Greens away from political cliché, News Wire
Dr Mydin Wants Better Physical Fitness For Malaysians, Bernama
I only want gold! Team GB's hurdle hope displays a hunger to Dai for..., Daily Mail Online
IDEALS Zambia - continuing to display strength and depth. Sport UK
Bath partnership have designs on commercial success of creative hub, Bath Chronicle
Career help for teenagers in the West, Heart Radio
Prof Mark C. Enright talks about antibiotic resistance and alternative therapies for infectious disease, BBC Radio 4 (1.52.30-1.57.24)
Modern Pentathlon: Great Britain wins third Gold at World Junior Championships, Sportsister
New Chief Executive announced for the Natural Environment Research Council, TMCnet.com (See also 7thSpace)
The bandage that tells you when you have an infection, Alpha Galileo

22 November
Book Review: Inigo Jones: The Architect of Kings, West Australian
Dr Felia Allum discusses Italian politics and its ex- Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, Beijing News (PDF Chinese only)
Professor Chris Martin talks about the result of a Eurozone collapse, Marketplace.org
Kirstie Moore appointed as British Cycling Board Advisor, British Cycling
Three University students feature in a new, official book for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd

21 November
Cooke underlines Olympic ambition with world junior title, More than the games (see also Thisisgloucestershire)
Olympics: Coventry teenager working hard to reach London 2012, Coventry Telegraph
Homeless to get Christmas banquet thanks to students, Bath Chronicle
Bath University Student Enters Film in National Animation Competition, Bath Chronicle
Henley and Berkshire batsman picks up Best of the Week award, Henley Standard
Sainsbury's boss, Wiki founder and Energy Secretary to be on Question Time in Bath, Bath Chronicle
Students protest against a proposal to limit shared housing, Bath Chronicle
Ben bags brilliant bronze at Worlds, Bath Chronicle
BUCS story of success, Bath Chronicle
Cracknell's national pride, Bath Chronicle
Students set up shop for a day, Bath Chronicle
Cooke and Prentice lead squad, Bath Chronicle
Rob second on return to race action, Bath Chronicle
Greene day for pupils as champ pays a visit, Bath Chronicle
Additive value/ Addictive manufacture, Bloodhound SSC
Professor Mark Enright looks at alternatives to antibiotics and explains the dangers in overuse, BBC Radio 4
Ledgers to Leadership: Key Finance Functions, CFO Innovation Asia

18 November
Webb and flow, Money and Marketing
Another gold for Malcolm Arnold at Sport Wales Coach of the Year awards, Insidethegames.biz
Solar power funding boost for uni academic, Bath Chronicle
Students protest against a proposal to limit shared housing, Bath Chronicle
Investigators at University of Bath Have Published New Data on Molecular Genetics, News RX
Could 3D printing end our throwaway culture?, Guardian

17 November

Could 3D printing end our throwaway culture?, Guardian
Paralympics: Liz Johnson aims to defend Olympics crown, Wales Online
Are You too Good to be True Online?, Daily Deal Media
Acoustic Consultant Uses Bath MBA To Move Into Management Consulting, Business because
MBA To Leverage Switch From Acoustic Consultancy To Management Consultancy, Business because
Dr. David Woodland Appointed New Chief Scientific Officer of Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology, Biospace
Pink boots prove football is more gay-friendly, say Bath University researchers, Bath Chronicle
Badminton star Hadia stops off in Bath on the road to London Olympics, Bath Chronicle
Bath sprinters in the running for national accolade, Bath Chronicle
Sigma chief returns to Bath University to collect honour, Pharmacy business

16 November
Dr. David Woodland Appointed New Chief Scientific Officer of Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology, Dallas South News - Mediawebsite.net
Pink boots prove football is more gay-friendly, say Bath University researchers, This is Somerset
Bryony Kimmings interviewed on BBC Radio Bristol about her show "7 Day Drunk", BBC Radio Bristol
Clearer guidance needed for pharmacists offering schizophrenia services, says study, Pharmacy Business

15 November
Smoke-free, Heart attack-free?, International Business Times
Adi Adams speaks about coloured football boots and homophobic attitudes in sport, BBC Radio Bristol (1.22.20)  
COME ON YOU PINKS!, Daily Star (see also Bath Chronicle)
A Primer, The Hedge Fund Journal
The secret of business success? Get the culture right and have fun!, Bristol 24-7
Professor Anna Bull discusses the announcement of Italy’s new Prime Minister, BBC Radio Wiltshire (1.46.50) .Listen also BBC Radio Bristol (2.03.10)
Unsettled, and out of the mainstream, News and Observer

14 November
Scholarship opportunities, Times of India
A 'new ' class, The News International
Mirrors can alleviate arthritis, Science news
Student runs to lectures in year-long fundraiser, Bath Chronicle
???University of the Year? awarded to Bath, Business because
Rugby: Donald denied in Bath debut, The New Zealand Herald
World Junior Championships bronze for Team Bath's judio star Ben, Bath Chronicle
With age, men think sex, women beauty, The Times of India
Too hot to handle?, Channel 4 news
Colaton Raleigh artist gives inaugural lecture at Bath, Sidmouth Herald
Tom Andrews goes far in competition to win professional contract at Swindon, Gazette Series

11 November
Analysis: Euro zone failure could be vast geopolitical shock, The Star Online: Business section (See also International Business Times UK; Business World; Reuters World News; TVTV - Tanana Valley Portal; GMANews.TV; Yahoo! News UK & Ireland; Alert Net - Trust.org )      
Harvard profs: Social-protest movement needs clear demands, The Jerusalem Post
Partnerships Aim To Improve Oil Refining, Chemical Processing
OVER 100 PRE GAMES TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES FOR INTERNATIONAL ATHLETES IN EVERY NATION AND REGION OF THE UK, Sports Features Communication
CIMB Group Holdings Bhd : CIMB Group Rewards Regional Talents with Full Scholarships at World Class Universities, 4 traders

10 November
Postgraduate Education for Healthcare Professionals at the University of Bath, Health Service Journal
Patricia Lewis to Lead International Security Research, Wired-Gov
Jamie Urquhart, director, picoChip, New Electronics
Over 100 Pre-Games Training opportunities for international ..., London 2012

9 November
Paired Ends: Albert Luderer, Tim Hall, Genome Web
Getting fit at Andrews, Herald Palladium
Heart Monitor Device Wins Bath MBA Entrepreneurship In Action Competition, Business because
Fifteen Great Business School Locations, Business because
TRADA University liaison project starts to bear fruit, Trada

8 November
Bath Entrepreneur In Residence, Business Because
'Shock' at police body mix-up, BBC Today
Guy Standing: ‘Precariat’ of insecure workers is stirring, Madison.com

7 November
Amazing Grace, Jamaica Observer
Tough times at the top as high-flying senior executives take time off for stress, The Observer
New emerging class: the precariats, Dawn.com (See also The Cap Times)
Developing higher education management: live chat best bits, Guardian Blogs
Growth Differentiator, Sunday Leader
Israeli Military Law Violates the Rights of Palestinian Children, Jurist
Men ditch their razors to raise cash for charity, Bath Chronicle
Student Alasdair Woods runs to and from university to raise funds for Stop the Traffik charity, The Optimist

4 November
Bobsleigh pair hurt in crash  ThisisBath 
Men ditch their razors to raise cash for charity  ThisisBath
City wins development funding but may lose out on digital cash ThisisBath
Applications by women and poorer groups down ahead of fees increase Guardian

3 November
Smart Grids - The Wider Picture, The Institution of Engineering and Technology
BUCS is the first University sports federation in Europe to sign the Brighton Declaration, British Universities & Colleges Sport
Op-ed: Demonstrations worldwide incite the rise of the precariat ..., The Maine Campus
Bath expert calls for international co-operation over cyber attacks, This is Bath
Industry experts reveal their cyberspace fears, BBC Technology Online News
Professor Chris Martin provides an expert opinion on the EU debate, BBC Radio Somerset (2.12.24-2.14.03)
Dr Theo Popadopoulos provides an expert opinion on Greece’s proposed EU referendum, BBC Radio Bristol (1.09.08-1.14.05)
New R&D Funding Support Announced by UK's IeMRC, PCB007
Keith gets Team GB nod, Northumberland Gazette

2 November
Golden girl Amy takes bronze in icy TV challenge, Bath Chronicle
LSE applications rise amid national decrease The Beaver
OGT Appoints New Finance Director, Bio Equip
Bath expert calls for international co-operation over cyber attacks, This

1 November
Directing Cell-Signaling Research, Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Somerset fireworks displays: Ten top choices for Bonfire Night celebrations, This is Somerset
WHEELCHAIR TENNIS: Hunt up to No 18 in world rankings, Swindon Advertiser
PPRT publishes study that evaluates pharmacist provision of clozapine, The Medical News

October 2011

31 October
'The Precariat' on rise in America, Mass Live
Dating Asian American women, Piazee Lusanii
Bobsleigh star Serita Shone improving after horror crash, This is Somerset
Clozapine services could benefit from integration of pharmacy, PJ Online
Bus protesters claim campaign victory, This is Bath
Extensive surgery for British bobsleigh pair injured in training crash, Telegraph.co.uk
Technology trends to watch, Infotoday.eu
Bonfire Celebrations around Bath – Where to See Fireworks on ..., Bath Chronicle

28 October
PTMC Research Showcase (Oct 2011), Hydraulics & Pneumatics Magazine
Magnificent seven gives Flyers spring in their step, This is Somerset
Four hours surgery after British bobsleigh pair injured in training crash, Daily Telegraph
A muddy magnificent effort, This is Bath
Grey day for fundraisers, This is Bath
Two female athletes injured in bobsleigh crash, This is Bath
Bobsleigh star stable after crash, Weymouth People
Father tracks down the man who saved his daughter, Watford Observer
'Development team will make us envy of big league clubs', This is Bath

27 October
Research paper on cancer drug accorded ‘VIP’ status, HealthCanal.com
Putting student engagement at the heart of HE - live chat best bits, Guardian Blogs
Bath City to launch new U21 squad, BBC Sport
TRADA University liaison project working well, Building Talk
Job insecurity for millions is fuelling social unrest, expert warns, Wales Online
Decline in applications to University, xmediaonline
University youth link gives Bath City FC high hopes, Bath Chronicle

26 October
Job insecurity for millions is fuelling social unrest, expert warns, Wales Online
Duke of York visits healthcare communication specialist DocCom, Tech Expo World
Blades of glory: UK fencing's big chance, G2-Guardian.co.uk
New guidance on low impact building materials, Building for change
Taking charge, Gulf weekly
Young female role model recognised in her engineering job with ..., Women in Technology

25 October
Chairs of school governing boards are 97% white and 92% over-40, new research shows, Education Executive
Realities of leaving. Why people are moving out of Zambia's troubled South, Eldis
Algae could power your home, Humans Invent
Ex government advisor switches universities, thisisbristol.co.uk
Advertising is a poison that demeans even love – and we're hooked on it, The Guardian
UK: University entries in record fall, The Australian
Is engagement working?, People Management Magazine
Kalima translates "The Dervish Lodge: Architecture, Art, and ..., WAM-Emirates News Agency

24 October
Tuition fee rises deterring A-level students from university – poll, Guardian
Green bra made in green factory shoots Lankan to fame, Sunday Times
UW Takes 3rd Place at Formula SAE California, Design Engineering
What economics counts as work, Financial Times
Water's quantum weirdness makes life possible, New Scientist (Also in Physics World, Chemistry World and Institut Laue-Langevin)
Baby-Boomer Funeral Crisis, Eulogy Magazine
Expert says: “Recycle Heat from Crematoriums” Eulogy Magazine
Bobby Baker Mad Gyms and Kitchens, Bath Life (Also in Total Theatre Review, Dance & Theatre Wiltshire, This is Bath, Arts & Health South West)   
Professor John Troyer discusses the death of Muammar Gaddafi on BBC Radio Wiltshire. Listen again at http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p00ktb46/Mark_ODonnell_22_10_2011/ (9.40-19.32)

21 October
Tweet puts athletics career on ice, Bath Chronicle
LONDON CALLING: Talbot boosted by grant, Thisiswiltshire.co.uk
Police investigate possible incident involving student, Bath Chronicle
We must defend the countryside we live in,This is Somerset
Residents oppose bid for third Tesco, This is Oxfordshire
Golden girl back on the ice,This is Bath
Bath continues to buck national gloomy trend, Bath Chronicle
Trip to US aims to broaden market for Bath's tech firms, Bath Chronicle
We must invest in mental health, Bath Chronicle
Architect develops app to benefit building industry, Bath Chronicle
Swimmers full of belief, Bath Chronicle

20 October
Appliance of science (and arts) the key to recruitment, Times Higher Education
Wales Student tournament to kick-off international day on Saturday, World of Rugby League
Fifteen Great Business School Locations, Business Because
GB bobsleigh crews gear-up for Sochi 2014, Sportfocus
Why are school governors so old and white?, Guardian Blog

19 October
Hackers are vital to the university culture of openness and innovation, Joss Winn and Mike Neary (Guardian Blog)
Klinger calls for long-term plan, BBC Sport
Cameron's government: A guide to who's who, BBC
Leeds Met set to begin their Super 8 defence, Love Rugby League
MP paves the way for more social enterprises to deliver public services, Patrick Butler (The Guardian)

18 October
SMEs to transform role of finance to fuel growth: Report, Pakistan Observer
Paving The Way With Hempcrete, Salem-News.com
British Bobsleigh turn to F1 and NFL for advice to challenge world's best, More than the games
Palmer Park Velo Raise £3000 for Zoe Trust Orphanage Charity, British Cycling

17 October
Thousands enter fireworks contest, Bath Chronicle
UKs largest early-stage Investment Showcase, Tech Expo World
Patients Participate! Bridging the gap between information access and ..., Re:locate Magazine
MBA alum launches new financial solution initiative to benefit charities, Business Because

14 October
Bath University's 'unsafe' pool faces bulldozer, Bath Chronicle
Film production company creates campaign for betting firm, Bath Chronicle
Warning over stress survey, Bath Chronicle
Dai looking to improve again during Olympic year, Bath Chronicle
Graduate Luke targets final place, Bath Chronicle
Fair for uni hopefuls, Harborough Mail
Student guide 2011 now out, Bath Chronicle
Time to reflect on your goals and experiences, The Independent

13 October
Bath student eyes £10000 Dyson prize, Bath Chronicle
Managing ethnic diversity at work, The Psychologist
Youth Unemployment Reaches Record Levels Raising Fears Of 'Scarred Generation', Huffington Post UK
Hartlepool's lost generation caught in the youth unemployment trap, Guardian

12 October
Bath Science Cafe: LEDs th applications beyond simple lighting, Web-Newswire.com
New appointment helps burn treatment team, Web-Newswire.com
Scientists develop new technique for understanding quantum effects in water, Web-Newswire.com
Bath MBA Lands An Internship At Porsche, Business because
Bob skeleton: Top award for Amy Williams, Sportsister
Cycling for African Orphans, British Cycling

11 October
Oxygen isotopes boost neutron scattering, Physicsworld.com

10 October
Phones bring power home, Poten & Partners
Rhythmic Gymnasts: Pressure’s on for Fox, This Is Wiltshire
University to scrap first class degrees to combat award inflation, Daily Telegraph

5 October

Severe asthma drug could spare patients from heart disease, diabetes and blindness, study finds, Mirror
A New Technique for Understanding Quantum Effects in Water Science Daily
Bath Entrepreneur In Residence Business Because
Are nanotextiles making fabric laws wear thin? Guardian
Shaping the Greater Western Rail Professional 
Men really are from Mars says new research Mature Times

3 October

Pay as you go solar power makes energy cheaper, New Scientist
Traidcraft's Paul Chandler talks about his ambitions, netbusiness.co.uk
Funding award for professor, Bath Chronicle
Teenager Heathcote helps Bath Rugby to win over Leicester Tigers, Bath Chronicle
Surgery-free artificial arm hailed as one of world's best inventions, Metro

September 2011

30 September

Talk on improving life for the disabled, Bath Chronicle
Prentice ends super-season on high note, Bath Chronicle
Dom gives Specsavers staff a close-up look at Bob-Skeleton, Bath Chronicle
New, but not improved: managing the risks of innovation, Prevention Action
University of Bath 'University of the Year' 2011/12, China.com [from Chinese]

29 September

Bath Rugby fans lose the "passion test", Bath Chronicle
Facial analysis method heralds era of ultra-realistic animations, The Engineer

28 September

Equity release can be a good solution, Key Retirement Solutions
Of Dolls & Murder - the world's first true crime puppet show
, Star Tribune
Mangion to continue studies in the UK, Times of Malta

27 September

Rugby Passion research  ITV Westcountry Tonight
Higher education white paper is provoking a winter of discontent The Guardian 
Long-awaited science park is opened in South Gloucestershire Gazette
Ed Miliband's £6,000 tuition fee pledge is a stopgap The Guardian
What Professors Are Saying Business Because
Heart Monitor Device Wins Bath MBA Entrepreneurship In Action Competition Business Because
Bristol and Bath Science Park opens  BBC online
Bath swimmer Siobhan on fast track to Olympic success Bath Chronicle

26 September

Business diary, one science park, two brains, The Independent [Also in South West Business Insider and Bristol 24/7]
Mike Collier (alumnus) speaks about advising F1 driver Jenson Button, New York Times
Fingers a clue to exam success, BBC News
University of Bath England: one of the highest employment rate universities, Edu China
Crematoria energy could power homes, This is Somerset
Women yearn to stay beautiful, men want lifelong sex, Daily Express  [Also in Times of India and AOL News]
Size matters - length of birdsong linked to brain size
, Media Newswire
University seeks companies for global research project
, Process and Control
The hidden power of moss, Environmental Protection
Posters warn of River Avon dangers in Bath, BBC Bristol News

23 September

The power of moss, R & D Magazine
Students praised on graduation day, This is Somerset
Cobham Technical Services appoints Nigel Atkinson, Cad Cam  News
Katrina hoping for improvement, Redditch Advertiser
Crematoria energy plan, Bath Chronicle
British quartet safely through to final, Sport Focus

22 September
You can't have it, it's private, THE
Take with a pinch of salt, THE
Gold at $2,200 by Xmas? Hedge fund hotshot says yes, Investment News

21 September

Bird Brains linked to complex tunes, Press Assocation
'Bird brains' could actually be brain boxes, The Scotsman
Bird brains linked to complex tunes, Belfast Telegraph
UK piloting water-polishing using algae, Desalination.biz
Young Researchers Celebrated at Advanced Composites in Construction 2011, Net Composites
Funding reforms pose a threat to quality regulation, The Australian

20 September

University orientation series: University of Bath, BBC China
When town meets gown, communities can flourish
, The Guardian
Birdsong related to brain size, Cornell Chronicle [Also on Science Daily, Innovations report and Brightsurf]
New University of Bath Professor given Royal Society award, UNI News & Insight
Octochamp knocks 'em dead on top TV quiz show, Burton Mail
New technology safe home for people with dementia opens in England, Senior Journal
Hunt wins back-to-back doubles titles, Sport Focus
Europe: The young, full time casual, Aporrea (from Spanish)
Equity release to pay for funerals, Key Retirement Solutions

19 September

Octochamp knocks 'em dead on top TV quiz show, Burton Mail
Size Matters: Length of Songbirds' Playlists Linked to Brain Region Proportions, News Blaze
The cost of dying on the rise as well, Yorkshire Post
Malaysia prime minister promises to scrap tough security laws, The Guardian
Kate Burley storms to bronze in Beijing, Thisisbath
Pair brave bad weather and injury for Help for Heroes, Cambridge News

15 September

Dai Green homecoming, ITV The West Country Tonight
Tweet remembrance, THE
Cost of dying rises above £7,000, The Guardian
Staff, Students and Athletes Pay Tribute,
SportFocus

13 September

Lube Expert Named Young Engineer of the Year in U.K., Machinery Lubrication
Cancer hope as new way of looking at cells is modelled in zebrafish BioNews
Pharmacy and Pharmacology, The Independent
Sunday Times University Guide: Bristol re-enters top 10 in UK, Bristol 24-7
Unifying the market, Mobile News

12 September

Bath Uni wins award, ITV The West Country Tonight
University of Bath honoured in Sunday Times awards, BBC News
University of Bath named University of the Year, Bath Chronicle
Start-up business of the year, South West Business
The shocking facts about young people and alcohol abuse, The Guardian
Getting ahead of the game, Times Higher Education
Top business schools in the UK, China Big 5 (from Chinese)
Heart monitor device wins Bath MBA Entrepreneurship in Action competition, Business Because
Spence eighth at world championships
, Sport Focus
Studying an MBA, Times of India (Education)
Better understanding of cells developed at Uni of Bath, Medical News Today

8 September

Uni experts: 'Don't buy pain relief phone apps', Jack FM radio
Researchers warn against using smartphone apps, Health Canal
The theory of the ring finger, La Republica (from Italian)
QS world university rankings, Edu163 (from Chinese)
'Seriously strange' to take place at Bath University, This is Gloucestershire

7 September

Sandwich-board student lands RBS role, Financial News
Protein drinks are of no use to athletes, The Sunday Indian

6 September

Dr Susan Milner speaks on BBC Radio Somerset about debating the EU, BBC News [Listen again at 2:05:02]
London 2012 gold on Rushgrove agenda, BBC News
Bath University student lands RBS role after job-hunt stunt, Financial News

5 September

Top 200 universities in the world, Guardian
Top 100 universities in the world for mathematics, Guardian
Top 100 universities in the world for civil and structural engineering, Guardian
Top 100 Universities in the world for medicine, Guardian
Quiet man Greene enjoying his elevation to British golden boy, The Independent
How Greene turned gold, BBC
Greene's always been gold, This is South Wales (Also in Gulf News and SportFocus)
Modelling melanocyte differentiation in Zebrafish, LabSpaces (Also in eBioNews)
Scottish rugby documentary features research from the University of Bath, STV
Avoidance of anthropogenic habitat by migratory cranes, Science 2.0
Man is the friendliest species, Zita (from German)
The motorcycle helmet sources of hearing loss, Journee Nationale de l'Audition (from French)
Paralympics GB simulation camp hailed a major success, Inside World Parasport (Also in Paralympics GB)
The psychology behind dissing, Gulf News

2 September

Modeling melanocyte differentiation in Zebrafish, Science Daily
The psychology behind dissing, Gulfnews.com
New understanding of cells could help in search for cancer cure, Health Canal (Also featured Medical News Today)
Seeking local innovators to sign up to showcase at Venturefest, This is Bath
Levolux launches new Triniti® RF Bracket
, Britishbuilder.co.uk
ParalympicsGB 2012 Simulation Camp hailed a major success, UK Sport
Bath hurdler Dai Greene strikes world gold in Daegu, This is Bath
Sports minister calls for city to back paralympians
, This is Bath

1 September

University of Bath shortlisted for three THE Awards 2011, Times Higher Education
South African NGO Helps HIV-Affected Families
, soschildrensvillages.ca

August 2011

27 - 31 August
Tobacco Companies Use Corporate Social Responsibility Programmes To Gain Access To Politicians, Medilexicon (Also featured Medindia)
USB continues Africa-wide info sessions, Finchannel.com
It's game on for the powerlifting Paralympians, The Independent
Little plant has big stories to tell, Physorg.com (Also featured Checkbiotech.org, Red Orbit and Science Daily)
Culture Secretary at University of Bath, This is Bath
Savings Groups Help Rural Households Affected by HIV/Aids, allAfrica.com (Also featured Africanseer.com)
On-the-job smooch could be the kiss of death, The Vancouver Sun (Also featured WAtoday.com)
Special bus service laid on for Paralympics team, This is Bath

26 August
Obese people needed in diet study at University of Bath, BBC News Bristol
The rise of the air kiss, Ottawa Citizen
Quick facts: 3D printing, Building 4 Change
Tobacco Companies Use Corporate Social Responsibility For Political Purposes, Advice 4 You
Inspiring Paralympic athletes train on campus: Martine Wright, Independent
Olympics 2012 profile: Michael Jamieson, 100m and 200m breaststroke - video, Guardian
Why Bath is 'the place to be' for Team GB, Bath Chronicle

25 August
Levolux launches new Triniti® RF Bracket, cpbsonline

24 August
Dr James Betts being interviewed by Ben Prater on the breakfast study [listen again 01:37:00], BBC Bristol
Tobacco companies use corporate social responsibility for political purposes, Eurekalert.org (also featured Medicalxpress)
Amateur balloonists hit record 40,575m above East Anglia, The Register

23 August
Future funerals: what a way to go, New Scientist
Researchers looking for overweight people for breakfast study, Health Canal
England stint whets Wei Feng’s appetite for big stage, Malaysian Star 

20 - 22 August
University of Bath graduate wins £50,000 to set up ice-cream parlour, guide2bath.com
Understanding doping asymmetry, IOP Science
Gold for Jess Dickons in 200m butterfly, Student Times
Stories about students gaining A Level results and being accepted to study at Bath: Oldham Chronicle, EADT24, Lancashire Telegraph, This is Derbyshire, Bridgewater Mercury, This is  Plymouth

19 August
A student's guide to living in halls, The Guardian
The Apprentice winner: a win for the geeks, New Scientist
Why going green now makes sound economic sense for all businesses, South West Business
Uni hosting paralympic preparations, This is Bath (Also in UK Sport, and Alberquerque Express)
Freya relieved to have foot in door, This is Bath
Olver not giving up on 2012 dream, This is Bath
Dickons flies to world university games gold, Swimming.org
Stories about students gaining A Level results and being accepted to study at Bath: This is Plymouth, This is Cornwall, This is Derbyshire, This is Staffordshire, Melton Times, Luton Today, Saltash People, Kensington Chronicle, Chelsea Chronicle, Leigh Journal, Bridgwater Mercury, West Sussex Gazette, St Albans People

18 August
Dr Hanna Diamond (Politics, Languages and International Studies) speaking to Ben Prater [listen again at 01:24:21], BBC Radio Bristol
Chronos Signs GPS/GSM Jamming Protection Contract, InsideGNSS
EDF and ParalympicsGB team up to create sustainability sporting standard, edie.net
New performance gym launches in Bath, Leisure Management

17 August
Bath University involved in £16 million Knowledge Exchange Hub, Creative Boom (Also featured Alpha Galileo and  Insider Media)
Line management matters - good HR improves profit, hrmagazine.co.uk
ParalympicsGB and EDF Energy go for green to mark One-Year-To-Go, Paralympics.org

16 August
Tried & tested: protein supplements, Independent.ie
F5 networks announces appointment of new director, The Street (Also featured technologynewsreports.com)
Rwexu out to tackle hurdles, Buffalo City Metro
The pros and cons of May-December marriages, Japan Today

13 - 15 August
Bath TOPCAT Project, Southgatearc.org
£50k for graduate behind unlimited ice cream flavours
, Bath Chronicle
Bath Uni's technology to help dementia sufferers, Bath Chronicle
Poor Make Money by Saving in Groups, allAfrica.com (Also featured TMCnet)
Scientists tout algae as biofuel energy solution, Agra Europe
Behind the scenes at Bailey Motorhomes, Practical Motorhome
Bath gym for aspiring Olympians and Paralympians opens, BBC
Microsoft Chile appoints its new Advertisement & Online director
Microsoft Chile nombra a su nuevo director de Online & Advertisement, BizHoy
Lee slays Chen to book first world final, Daily Express of East Malaysia (Also featured in other Malaysian publications)

12 August
Lucy Boulton GB Volleyball interviewed on Freddie Flintoff's World of Sport [listen again at 56:35], BBC Radio 5Live
Live chat: beyond the press release - innovative PR in higher education, Guardian Higher Education Network (Takes place at 1pm today and includes a member of our press team)
Unsafe Victoria Bridge in Bath reassessed, BBC Somerset (Story also featured on local BBC Radio news bulletins)
Leading Business Support Guru from SETsquared Bristol Boards the StartUp Britain Bus, Your Story (Also featured by PR Newswire, PR Zoom)
Great Western Minerals Group appoints Monazite Processing Expert to Steenkampskraal Rare Earth Project Team , Stock Watch
This Week in Nature, Genome Web
Academic in Rowling research, Bath Chronicle
Green funeral director earns top qualification, Herald Express
Summer placements courtesy of Romar, White Haven News
Golden girl Amy hails uni's new state-of-the-art gym, Bath Chronicle (Also featured by UK Sport & Sport Focus)
Rising stars get GB call to take on world , Bath Chronicle
Flora floats away with world silver, Bath Chronicle

11 August
Dr Ingolflur Bluhdorn discusses the UK riots on the Mark O'Donnell show [listen again at 00:05:40], BBC Radio Wiltshire
The sustainability of democracy, Eurozine (Editor's choice on friendsofeurope.org)
New study asks: ‘Have music festivals sold out?’, Alpha Galileo
Six Bath athletes named in GB World Championships team, Sport Focus

10 August
Great Western Minerals Group Appoints Monazite Processing Expert, Marketwatch (Also featured ProactiveInvestors.com)

9 August
University of Bath team face Christ Church Oxford on University Challenge, BBC 2
Acne medicines containing Isotretinoin may be linked to suicides
Gefährliches Aknemittel: Nebenwirkung Selbstmord (from Germany), Stern.de

6 - 8 August
Noise research could lead to better-designed motorcycles, The Engineer
El alto costo de la exhuberancia sexual
The high cost of the sexual exhuberancia
, El Nacional
Exemplas appoints Head of Environmental Consultancy to spearhead expansion of environmental services
, Wateractive.co.uk

5 August
Bath student joins team tackling Kenya drought effort, Bath Chronicle
Helmets are good for skulls, bad for hearing , All About Bikes
Make future entrepreneurs feel at home, Bath Chronicle
Xerox names Paul Smith to lead Canadian Research Centre , World of Print
Sexually showy birds age faster
El alto costo de la exhuberancia sexual, BBC Mundo
Get a spike after training with a swig of energy
Bli pigg efter träningen med en slurk varje kvart
(from Sweeden), iForm
Duo set Olympic standard, Bath Chronicle
Flora wins World Junior Silver, Sport Focus

4 August
Safeguarding quality could soon become a very risky business , The Times Higher Education
Sexually showy birds age faster, BBC
NSI’s Ah Jit: training stint value for money , The Star Online - Malaysia

3 August
Prof Paul Salkovskis was featured on 'Secret obsession' discussing obsessive compulsive disorder (Tuesday 26 July), ITV Wales This Week
Lowering the volume for motorcyclists, Knoxville News Sentinel (Also featured on insidescience and in Russia and Italy)
Something for everyone, The Star Online - Malaysia (Also featured in the Oriental Daily)

2 August
Prof Michael Danson (Biology and Biochemistry) appears on 'Wonderstuff' [watch it again at 14:30], BBC 2
Follow up interview with Dr Brian Neve on the US economy [listen again coming soon], BBC Radio Bristol
World’s First Printed 3D Plane Takes Off, The Wall Street Journal
When student engagement meets consumerism: a confused debate, The Guardian
SBC Grows Leadership Team, Expands Globally, Oil Online (Also featured Consultant-news)
Helmets could make you hard hearing, Manorama Online ( Also featured in Belgium by Zita.be and elsewhere by News24Online)
The first 3D printer to make plastic objects
Lanzan la primera impresora 3D para fabricar objetos de plástico, MDZ Online (Spain)
Prentice achieves 2012 qualifying standard, Sport Focus (Also featured sportsister.com)

July 2011

30 July - 1 August
Dr Brian Neve (Politics, Languages & International Studies) speaking about the US economy to Steve Le Ferve [listen again at 02:09:24], BBC Radio Bristol
World's first 'printed' aerial vehicle takes off, Business Standard
Construction Without Carbon Footprint? British Look To Hemp, Inventor Spot
Local people uncover the history of Bath at archaeology events, Bath Chronicle
Roman baths could float biofuel idea, The Press Journal Aberdeen
Get the balance right, Bataviase
The other side of safety: bike helmets may make you deaf, Times of India (Also featured Examiner.com, Deccan Herald; GreaterKashmir.com and other online publications)
Wears the safety helmet to ride a bicycle the wound hearing
戴安全帽騎車傷聽力
(from Taiwan), Yahoo News Taiwan (Also featured MSN Taiwan)
Prentice clinches Olympic place after last-grasp effort, Inside the Games

29 July
New brand analysis method could help in cases such as Apple v Samsung, PhysOrg
"Offshore” emissions mean UK green policies are inadequate, report claims, Greenwise
Can Aqueous Cream Make Eczema Worse?
, Suite 101
Materion Corporation Elects Two New Directors to Its Board of Directors, Seeking Alpha
The King’s Fund attracts key figures to new roles in policy, leadership, and clinical engagement, Wired Gov
SBC Grows Leadership Team, Expands Globally, E&P Mag (Also featured in Scandinavian Oil-Gas magazine & World Oil)
Physio chasing sore patients, Colac Herald
Maralyn Okoro is praying on her knees
, Daily Express

28 July
London Calling: One year to go special hosted at University of Bath's STV, BBC Radio 5Live
Water pump and manoeuverable shopping trolley up for Dyson award, Design Week
Straw bale council houses catching on, Green Building Press
Este domingo será el homenaje “Oaxaca en Phil Kelly”
This Sunday there will be a tribute in Oaxaca to Phil Kelly
(from Mexico), Ciudadania Express
Stage set for Sam Weale to play defining role, Scottish Daily Express
One year to go to London 2012, UK Sport
London outing will not be the last world tournament for Chong Wei, Malaysian Star Online

27 July
Dr Jos Darling (Mechanical Engineering) talks to Mark O'Donnell about technological advances in the car industry [listen at 01:06:43], BBC Radio Wiltshire
Professor Andrew Graves' (School of Management) oppinion used in a report on Honda's Swindon plant [listen at 01:21:00], BBC Radio Wiltshire
Straw houses are baling out council building plans, Guardian
Crowd-simulating software could improve building design, The Engineer
Bath's role talked up as one-year countdown to Olympics begins, Bath Chronicle
Golden Oldies song charity launches in South Wales, BBC News South East Wales
Olympic training camp hopes for University of Bath, BBC News Somerset
Peaceful environment in Bath good for shuttlers, says Seu Bock, Malaysian Star Online

26 July
PhD student Olivia Smith speaks to Woman's Hour about victims experience in rape trials [listen again at 21:10], BBC Radio 4
Cambridge no-confidence motion in David Willetts not approved, Guardian
Disaster recovery: chain reaction, CPO Agenda
St Cyres trio awarded prestigious engineering scholarships, Penarth Times
Doctorate for Sigma’s Bharat Shah, GG2.net
Moonpig founder hits the jackpot, City AM

23- 25 July
Higher Education Agresso Finance making things better at the Universities of Bath and Surrey, You Tube
The Apprentice Tom Pellereau's staff search, Daily Star
Biofuel research takes a bath in algae search, TG Daily (Also featured by Earth Teaching)
‘Khasland distribution among poor can arrest poverty’, New Today (Also featured by BSS News & The New Nation)
New young district councillor follows in 'inspirational' father's footsteps, Windsor Express
Butterfly hive unveiled, This is Bristol
Chippenham school wins prized role, Wiltshire Gazzette & Herald
Garden survival depends on volunteers, Horticulture Week
To stop smoking: the age and the sex count
Arrêter de fumer : l'âge et le sexe comptent
(from France), Sceinces Humanies
Los conflictos de consumir en el exterior
The conflicts to consume in the outside
(from Spanish), IPS
5 Live to mark London 2012 one year to go milestone at University of Bath, Bath Chronicle (Also featured by Sport Focus)

22 July
Dr Chris Budd will be speaking on 'Maths in and out of the zoo' on ICIAM TV tonight - watch here
Man is the friendliest species, Zita (from Dutch)
Formula student results, The Telegraph
Saint Edwards helped Apprentice winner, The Oxford Times
B&V staff applaud Apprentice star Tom Pellereau, That's Business (Also in EdieWater and IE Today)

21 July
PhD student Olivia Smith speaking about research into victim's court experiences, BBC Radio Bristol [Listen again at 1:51:18]
Secrets of Bath's Roman Baths, Lab News
Bath University researchers say courts rob victims of their dignity, Bath Chronicle
Bath professor backs Apprentice Tom, BBC Points West

20 July
Four excel in Stonewall’s gay guide to universities, Zimbio
Cribsheet, The Guardian
Cash boost for Bath uni project to help children recover from burns, Bath Chronicle (Also featured in Pune Mirror)
Bath swimmer Mark Foster's torso in Olympic sculpture, BBC News

19 July
Bath professor backs Apprentice Tom, BBC News Bristol (piece was originally run as part of BBC Points West [listen again at 22:13])
Professor Tony Miles (Mechanical Engineering) interviewed along with graduate Tom Pellereau about Tom's victory in The Apprentice [listen again 31:02], BBC Radio Bristol (Tom was also interviewed on BBC Breakfast, BBC Radio Bristol and by several other major outlets. His victory in The Apprentice final is also available to watch again)
Tom Pellereau strikes a blow for great British inventors, The Daily Telegraph (also featured in many other significant publications and locals including The Bath Chronicle)
Dr Toby Jenkins (Chemistry) explains his pioneering new dressing for burn victims
[Now available on Play], ITV West Country Tonight (15/07/2011)
Dr Susan Johnson (Social & Policy Sciences) speaks to Mark O'Donnell about the refugee situation in Africa [listen again at 01:09:10], BBC Radio Wiltshire
Graduate Ben Rushgrove featured on Olympic Dreams [listen again at 18:43], BBC Points West
Music festivals: the sound of escapism, The Guardian
Four excel in Stonewall's gay guide to universities, The Guardian
UK chemistry threatened by funding squeeze, Royal Society of Chemistry
Software 'agents' could help unmask reality of disease clusters, Bio-Medicine
Bath University bestows highest honour to alumni donors, Philanthropy UK
Viruses to take on stubborn bacteria, Mumbai Mirror (Also featured in the Ahmedabad Mirror)

18 July
Talking shop: engineering entrepreneurs explain their success, The Engineer
Stephen Kelly - the man at the coal face of the Big Society, Daily Telegraph
Scientists explore alternative to antibiotics, Medical Express (Also featured on Medi Lexicon)
Is there hope for business graduates?, Huffington Post
Chinese buying, China losing, Al Jazeera English (Also featured in Spain on Diario Digital RD and Rebelion)
Friends of Earth rains on Lufthansa biofuel parade, Smart Planet
University of Bath leading bid for city digital hub, The Drum

15 July
Dr Toby Jenkins (Chemistry) talks to Ben Prater about the award of funding to research burns dressing [Listen again 2:40:15], BBC Radio Bristol
Sports science: join the elite giving British athletes a cutting edge, Independent
Psychology degree course guide, Daily Telegraph
I told my dying dad I'd compete in 2012, it'll be emotional, London Evening Standard
Chinese Buying, China Losing, American Chronicle (Also featured in Asia Times Online)
Noticias científicas: Las algas podían ser utilizadas para producir biocombustible
The seaweed to be used to produce biocombustible fuel (from Spain), Ecologismo
Butcher in at double for Doran, McKay, The Press & Journal

14 July
Bath graduate develops his career with Bath Rugby, Hereford Times
Cash boost for Bath uni project to help children recover from burns, Bath Chronicle
Algae growing in Roman Baths could be a great source of biofuel, Green Optimist
Algae Romeo the car of the future? SciTech
Woodbridge up to 10th in world rankings for first time, Sports Focus

13 July
Pilot plant turns wastewater into protein for feed and fuels, The Engineer
Now, algae from Bath's Roman Baths to fuel cars, Daily News & Analysis (Also featured in Daily India, Connecting Industry, Domestic fuel.com & Physics Today)
Chinese Buying, China Losing, IPS
Injuries hit Inverness's pre-season plans, Football.co.uk

12 July
Dr Rod Scott and Holly Smith-Baedorf (Biology & Biochemistry) speaking about production of renewable biofuels from algae [Watch again at 12:29], BBC Points West
Dr Rod Scott (Biology & Biochemsitry) speaks to Ben Prater about producing renewable fuels from algae [Listen again at 00:05:58 & 01:22:12], BBC Radio Bristol
Dr Rod Scott (Biology & Biochemsitry) speaks to Lee Stone about producing renewable fuels from algae [Listen again at 00:50:12], BBC Radio Wiltshire
Holly Smith-Baedorf (Biology & Biochemsitry) featured on bulletins talking about producing renewable fuels from algae [No link], Total Star FM (Dr Rod Scott also featured on bulletins broadcast on Jack FM & the Breeze FM)
Baths' algae fuels biodiesel hopes, Irish Independent (Also featured by MSN, Belfast Telegraph, Daily Mail, Sunday Mecury, Talktalk, Smart Planet & Climate Spectator among others)
UK's enterprising engineering students make it to the final of the Innovation Hothouse, Royal Academy of Engineering
A blueprint for a greener way of life, Independent (Also in the London Evening Standard & quEdit)
Somerset engineering students hope to get more luck than Jenson Button, This is Somerset

11 July
Bath's Roman Baths algae could fuel cars, BBC News
Roman Baths could hold key to new biofuel, Bath Chronicle
SETsquared and SWAIN link up to boost angel investment, Insider Media
Benefit of protein-based sports drinks questioned, Pharmacy News (Also in Nursing Times)
Пересчет денег повышает самооценку человека
The conversion of money increases the self-appraisal of the man
(from Russia), E-News
British women prepare for World Cup Final, (Other Modern Pentathalon stories featured on This is Gloucestershire and Inside the Games)
Age proves no hurdle to legendary coach Malcolm Arnold, BBC Sport

8 July
Richard Elliot Interviewed on Drive about the contemporary relevance of the Yellow Pages [Listen again at 02:28:16], BBC Radio 5 Live
Richard Elliot interviewed by Mark O'Donnell about the role of advertisers in the News of the World scandal [listen again at 00:24:43], BBC Radio Wiltshire (also interviewed on BBC Radio Merseyside & BBC Radio Wales on the same subject)
Debate over protein drinks for exercise, Scotsman
Climate change summit, Bath Chronicle
Curator remains close to his roots, Bath Chronicle
Schoolchildren raise £5,000 with annual Bath Skyline walk, Bath Chronicle
Sully beauty to fly to America for Miss Beauteen World contest, Penarth Times
Chemistry festival wows Kingshill students, Wiltshire & Gloucestershire Guardian
Debate over protein drinks for exercise, Harwhich & Manningtree Standard

4 July
Economic Growth Versus Human Development, Kashmir Times
Spin doctors, The Engineer
Business school director leads by example, Gulf News
Funeral taboo-busting, Herts & Essex Observer
Mitcham singer has le X Factor, This is London (Still receiving coverage in many local publications)
Nokia Siemens Networks appoints Hazim Al-Rawi as the new Head of Sub-region East, AME info
Juegos De Barbies
Games of Barbies
(from Spain), Pysnnoticias
留学宝典:2012年英国大学最新排行榜
Studying abroad: Times 2012 newest ranking of British Universities
(from China), ifeng.com
Пересчет денег повышает самооценку человека
The conversion of money increases the self-appraisal of the man
(from Russia), vsekommentarii.com

1 July
Dr Theodoros Papadopoulos (Social & Policy Sciences) speaks to Mark O'Donnell about the Greek credit crisis [Listen again 02:09:00] , BBC Radio Wiltshire
La victoire! British singer Matthew Raymond-Barker crowned winner of X Factor France, Mail Online (Story still being featured globally by a large number of sources)
Fujitsu transfers University of Bath business network to cloud, Computer Business Review (Also featured by Sourcing Network)
Bath will soon close funding call in Technology Commercialisation Campaign, Science Business
Things to do and events in the Bristol area, BBC Bristol
Market town across the West in fight for survival, Bath Chronicle
Kate all set for Sandhurst, Cotswold Journal
Students' Euro test, Bath Chronicle

June 2011

30 June
Bath re-enters top ten in 'table of tables', Times Higher Education
Photographer, businesswoman and scientists to be honoured by the University of Bath, Bath Chronicle
Bath University moves business network into the cloud, Computer World
Kate all set for Sandhurst, Cotswold Journal
Britons want to soar like superman, Belfast Telegraph
UK universities open day event in Hong Kong, am370 (from Chinese)
X Factor reject wins French show, Sky News (Story also in BBC Radio 1, Yahoo News, MSN News, Evening Standard, The Independent, The Telegraph, Yahoo News, Daily Mirror, The Metro, Bath Chronicle and over 65 regional press titles)

29 June
Photographer, businesswoman and scientists to be honoured by University of Bath, thisisbath
Local people champion energy savings, thisisbath
Brit in final clash on French X Factor, The Mirror

28 June
University study links AWC to high recycling rates, letsrecycle.com

27 June
Seizing the opportunity, CPO Agenda
Matthew Raymond Barker makes it to the final of French X-Factor, Mirror
Death, dying, Facebook and the internet, American Public Media

24 June
Research into popularity of Glastonbury, Jack FM
Dr Andrew Bengry-Howell (Psychology) speaking on the Emma Britton show about Glastonbury, BBC Radio Somerset [Listen again at 1:04:00]
Why Sir James is still backing Bath, This is Devon
Breaking the carbon-fluorine bond, RSC
Architecture, building and planning degree course guide, The Telegraph
School of Management - why choose Bath? Prospects website

23 June
Festivals - not for the music, Jack FM
New book argues social workers unfairly criticised, Wales Online
Centre for Orthopaedic Biomechanics to benefit, Science Business
Young British entrepreneurs starting their own business, Economica (from Spanish)
Bath University recommended for electronic engineering, Big 5 (from Chinese)
The benefits of hugging, Care2
Rubbish or recycle, LabNews
Intrepid charity cyclists set for epic trip through India, This is Cornwall
Topping out is major milestone for science park, South West Business

22 June
Students launch human powered submarine [17/06/2011 available soon via our play site], BBC Points West
Ross Pollard visits students launching their pedal powered submarine for the Steve LeFerve show [Listen again at 01:18:50 17/06/2011], BBC Bristol
University of Bath guide, Daily Telegraph
Bristol and Bath Science Park gets new solar roof panels, BBC News Bristol
High hopes for Bath uni submarine, Bath Chronicle
El amor no tiene edad ¿o sí?
Love not explained by age?
(from Spain), Estilo
從“年齡差”解讀愛情
Is age a bad explanation of love
(from China), Exmoo
Jack McKeon inspires list of venerable, ESPN

21 June
Nick Clegg to face down Brazil over support for Argentina in Falklands row, Daily Telegraph
Business mentor of the year award for Gavin, South West Business
Students help to build supersonic car, PhysOrg
Bath Branding agency The House Wins Training Award, Creative Boom
Warwickshire using Big Society to boost recycling, Conveying News
New helmet study group receives European funding, Road.cc
Los científicos forman un grupo de investigación para estudiar los cascos de bicicleta
Scientists form an investigation group to study the bicycle helmets
(from Spain), Amigosdelciclismo
Los jóvenes emprendedores británicos que se saltan el mercado laboral
British enterprenuer's skip the labor market
(from Spain), Educacion & Postgrados

20 June
Behind the numbers: Insights into opportunities for would-be financiers, Financial Times
Blueprint for fresh ideas, Times Live
Young entrepreneurs shun jobs market, BBC Business
The Big Picture competition, Universities Week
New electronic display to be used on clothes and beer cans, All Voices
Jon follows Sir David’s footsteps, Worcester News
Danny Talbot set for Great Britain bow, BBC Sport
England World Cup captain  Moody gets sprint tips from golden guru Campbell, Mail on Sunday

17 June
Bath named best fundraising team at Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards, Times Higher Education
University chief on tuition fees, housing and her student ambassadors, Bath Chronicle
Scientists in talk on dementia, Bath Chronicle
Marketing's Helen Edwards wins PPA Columnist of the Year, Marketing Magazine
Academy Awards 2011 on film, Royal Academy of Engineering
Scientists form group to pool research on bicycle helmets, Bike Biz
Two Wheels Good, Lynn News
From London to D.C., Bike-Sharing Is Safer Than Riding Your Own Bike, Streets Blog

16 June
Campus roundup: University of Bath, Times Higher Education
Weekly binmen are gone for good, Bath Chronicle
Fitronics Ltd acquired by large Canadian software conglomerate, Science Business (Also in SETSquared Partnership, CRM XChange, AltAssets, NeonDrum, AngelNews and PRZoom)
Brian Kelly: Openness should go deep, Research Information
Design solutions to violence towards staff in A&E departments, Mad.co.uk (Also in Dexinger)
Pandora Summerfield: Care failings shamefully exposed, Scotsman

15 June
Weekly Bin Collection Pledge Is Scrapped, Sky News
Dr John Troyer (Social & Policy Sciences, CDAS) talks about the assisted suicide law [Listen again 13/06/2011 at 00:38:37], BBC Radio Bristol
Visions of dead relatives at deathbed ‘normal’, Irish Medical Times
How the funeral sector copes in tough times, Belfast Telegraph
Revolutionary bullet-print technique pioneer honoured with OBE, 24 dash
Bath's new economic status welcomed by Western Riverside boss, Bath Chronicle
SETsquared-supported company Fitronics Ltd completes a succesful sale, Angel Times
Bath Race For Life Expects To Raise £300,000 This Year, TopNews US
酒业公司赞助产婆对孕妇进行有关酒精的危害的培训
Wine companies support training midwives to raise alcohol awareness in pregnant woman
(from China), Yee Yan
Asha to play for Singapore at World Champs, Sport Focus

14 June
Bath research shows that cutting waste collections boosts recycling, Bath Chronicle
Tobacco companies using 'misleading' data to distort impact of health regulations, Cancer Research UK (Also MediLexicon, and Medical News Today)
Smart bandages nurse your wounds, Discover Magazine
Student entrepreneurs awarded, Engineering on Campus
University distance learning courses will add value to your career, Article Cat

13 June
Anil Markyanda (Economics) tells Business daily about research which shows the health risks of nuclear power are lower than those of fossil fuels [Listen again 06:43], BBC World Service
Dr John Troyer (Social & Policy Science, CDAS) speaks to Mark O'Donnell about assisted suicide ahead of Terry Pratchet's documentary on BBC 2 tonight [09:53am, available soon on our play site], BBC Radio Wiltshire
High tech hopefuls at the Founders Forum, BBC News Technology
The 3D Printer That Prints Itself, Wall Street Journal
Steam Punks, Mechanical Engineering Magazine
Drinks firm sponsors midwife training on dangers of alcohol in pregnancy, Guardian
University profile: Centre for Digital Entertainment, EDGE Magazine
The Bath Soup Company, UUK
Dr Geoffrey Smith among those to receive an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours, Bath Chronicle
Walking (and jogging and running) in the rain at Bath Race for Life, Bath Chronicle
War on obesity: Does policing snacks have any effect on children’s weight?, National Post Canada
Stacey named national Superleague Player of the Year, Sport Focus (Also featured by Sport Sister)

10 June
Dr. Tim Mays (Chemical Engineering) talks to Matt Faulkner about Hydro power [Listen Again 02:05:59], BBC Radio Somerset
Can microfinance be a friend to the poor?, Guardian
Microfinance failing to democractise financial services, says report, Social Enterprise
Uni student returns to bath in Bath for Apprentice show treat, Bath Chronicle
Soup school offers help for homeless, Bath Chronicle
IP Group to raise £55M for university spin-offs, Science Business
SETsquared announces winning student entrepreneurs for 2011, CNN I-Report (Also featured by PR Log, IT-Director & NeonDrum)
Danny misses Bolt date, Wiltshire Times

9 June
Liver cell creation from stem cells simplified, BBC Bristol (also featured by BBSRC, InSciences, Media News Wire)
The next generation of rising star fund managers, Financial Times
Interview: Two false starts led to the right career path, Financial Times
How not to provide IT support, Daily Telegraph
Dyson provides £1 million, Times Higher Education
NUS Awards finalists announced, NUS Connect

8 June
Randomised trials, Guardian - Letters
Graduates struggle to find jobs at University, The York Press
Plan of Action with Mike Novels CEO of Preactor International, European Supply Chain Management
Question period in the Commons: 'It's weird' now, Montreal Gazzette
Preventing Domestic Abuse: Working with Children and Young People, Alpha Galelio

7 June
Christine Griffin talks to Mark O'Donnell about children's relationship with consumption, BBC Radio Wiltshire [Listen again 06/06/2011 at 00:10:47]
The practical uses of antimatter, Smart Planet
University death expert warns of funeral crisis as baby-boomers reach old age, Health News
NDP newbies attend first question period in a very different Parliament, Ottawa Citizen (Also featured by Canada.com)
Great Britain Team Doctors To Undertake Pioneering Study At European Maccabi Games, MediLexicon
Shelsley offers host of thrills and spills, Worcester News

6 June
Coalition's spending plans simply don't add up, Guardian
Creating an eye-capturing business, Business Standard
The customer is always right for ice cool businessman, Wales Online
Dyson foundation gives helping hand to Bath engineering students, Bath Chronicle
BBC broadcaster entertains chamber meeting, South West Business
Decade-year old structure incorrect, Lab News
South West research fund launches, Insider Media
Newbies in the House, Edmonton Journal
男女最佳情侶模式 妻子比丈夫小5歲?
The best martial model is when the wife is 5 years younger than the husband?
, 中國網 - 資訊中心
Chong Wei plans five-week solid training system to prepare for world meet, Malaysia Star
Dressingroomistas v Structuralists: football's perennial problem, Guardian

3 June
Dyson Foundation to assist promising students, The Manufacturer
Reports from BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium, Computer Weekly
Making the most of research, South West Business
Painkillers may offer cancer clue, Bath Chronicle
Uni team's sights set on race trophy, Bath Chronicle
Talbot tops 200m table after setting Swiss time, Bath Chronicle
Famous five secure GB squad place for Crystal Palace, Bath Chronicle

2 June
James Dyson makes £1m donation to engineering students, BBC News
All the lonely people: die and are buried along with their names, Irish Times
The unstoppable march of the tobacco giants, MercoPress
Can Ibuprofen stop cancer? EmPowHER
University of Bath: prizes for companies, Science Business

1 June
Professor Andrew Graves (School of Management) speaks to Matthew Smith about Honda and the future of the car industry [Available on our Play site], BBC Radio Wiltshire
War on smoking moves to new battlegrounds, NZ Herald
Top five rising stars of the investing world, This is Money
Students bid for motor sport glory, Bath Chronicle
Cycle trip for a noble cause
, Gulf Daily News
Awards scheme will encourage SMEs to work with universities, The Engineer
Joustra: Canada's coming enigma -religion and politics, Calgary Herald
A rookie in name only, Ottawa Citizen
Painkillers in cancer protein link, Nursing in Practice
Популярное болеутоляющее средство способно замедлять рост раковых клеток
The popular pain reliever is capable of slowing down an increase in the cancerous cells
(from Russia), Big Bord.net
Finding love (or lust) online, Queensland Times (Also featured by Northern Star)
Studie: Internet-Dating führt fast immer zu erneuten Treffen
Study: Internet Dating almost always leads to renewed meeting
s (from Germany), All-in.de

May 2011

31 May
The unstoppable march of the tobacco giants, The Independent
Smokers ignore health warnings, Guardian
Age, gender and social advantage affect success in quitting smoking, ESRC
Anti-Cancer Painkillers, Daily Express (also featured by South West Businesses, NewsRU, Top News Unites States & Top News Arab Emirates amongst others)
Finding love (or lust) online, Whit Sunday Times
From party volunteer to New Democratic MP, Montreal Gazette
Parliament gears up for the real show after the initial fireworks of the budget, Throne Speech, Yahoo News Canada Blog
HEC scholar wins Best Poster Award in UK, The Nation
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson backs overhaul of academy system in bid to close gap with Barça, Daily Telegraph (Also featured in Independent Ireland)

27 May
Gregory Schwartz speaks to Mark O'Donnell about the arrest of Ratko Mladic, BBC Radio Wiltshire [Listen again coming soon]
Ibuprofen may slow growth of cancer cells, Daily Telegraph (link not yet available)
Ibuprofen 'could be used to treat prostate cancer', Daily Mail
Bath team looks at painkillers' role in tackling cancer
, Bath Chronicle (Also featured by Royal Society of Chemistry Cancer Research UK & across online medical publications)
Painkillers in cancer protein link, MSN
UNISON Sounds Alarm Bells Over Cuts To Child Asylum Support, UK, Medical News Today (also featured by Medi-Lexicon)
University of Bath’s pioneering GPS device to be launched into space, Engineering & Technology Magazine
Image of the Day: Giant Natural Particle Accelerators 40 Kilometers Above Earth, Daily Galaxy
MP backs internships, Bath Chronicle
Talent search final, Bath Chronicle
Shadow cabinet named, Montreal Gazette
Air Malta board of directors appointed, Malta Independent
Experto dice que España está "lejos" del objetivo de sostenibilidad de CE y el cambio de mix es "posible"
Expert says that Spain is “far” of the objective of EC sustainability and the change of mix is “possible”
(from Spain), Gente Digital
The University of Bath is conducting a study and looking for runners who could take part, German Road Races
Danny sprints up UK rankings after 100m success, Bath Chronicle
It's now or never for GB modern pentathletes as Olympics draw near, Bath Chronicle

26 May
New Air Malta board announced, Times of Malta
Tottenham netball ace is eyeing an England spot, Tottenham & Wood Green Journal
Returning Jack Meredith vows to be on the gold standard, Liverpool Daily Post

25 May
Brian Neve talks to Steve LeFerve about the visit of President Obama, BBC Radio Bristol [Listen Again 01:09:59]
Brian Neve talks to Emma Bitton about the visit of President Obama, BBC Radio Somerset [Listen Again 00:08:23]
Bryn Jones discusses with Matthew Smith facism is in Italy following Paolo DiCanio's appointment as Swindon Town manager, BBC Radio Wiltshire [Listen Again 01:24:01 24/05/2011]
Education without borders, Hindhustan Times
New life for crematories’ waste heat, MillerMcCune.com
Vectura just the tonic, Cambridge News

24 May
Delcam presents orthotic prescription and order tracking to e-Custom project, 1888 Press Release
Abengoa y la UIMP analizan desde este lunes el modelo energético dentro de la Escuela Cambio Climático
Abengoa and the UIMP analyzes the power model within the School of Climatic Change
(from Spain), Europa Press

23 May
The death whisperers, The Australian
Number of employees in finance function to increase globally, CFO Innocation Asia
Flare path: protecting infrastructure from space weather, The Engineer
Universities discuss fee charges in East of England, BBC Norfolk
New Turtle Traders team announced, 30 years after the Turtles, Press Newswire
Bath receives EPSRC CASE award from NanoKTN, Labarotry Talk (also featured by PR Log & IT Backbone)
Bath aims to be tech capital, South West Business

20 May
Six new plays ready in just 24 hours, Bath Chronicle
1994 Group Universities dominate top places on university league table, 1994 Group
NANOKTN announces winners of its 2011 EPSRC collaborative studentships, IT Director.com
Bath receives EPSRC case award from NANOKTN, Laboratory Talk
Opportunities are beter than ever, Peterlee Mail

14 May
Tracking startup spins out of Bath University students, UK Embedded
IT - Kids' stuff, Lexis Nexis

13 May
Jane Millar explains to Steve LeFerve why University is worth it [listen again at 09:31], BBC Radio Bristol
School leavers splash £400 on US-style prom nights, Scotsman
University's major role in initiative, South West Business
What, no rammed earth?, Construction Manager
Tracking startup spins out of Bath University students, Electronics Weekly
Academy teams dominate at Super 8 event, This Somerset
Picture project shows value of uni's research, Bath Chronicle
Lanyrd: Twitter meets LinkedIn meets IMDB for the conference circuit, Xconomy
High flyer Richard Knight checks in as airport manager at Cambridge, Cambridge Network
Career of former football coach Ivor Powell, 94, honoured with miniature statue, Wales Online
Bath netball star Jo gets boots ready for the ultimate hike, Bath Chronicle (Also on Sport Focus)
Super start for students in university athletics event, Bath Chronicle

12 May
The Great Bustard has landed, Daily Mail
Nepal's straw houses to resist earthquakes, OneWorld South Asia
Mobile apps developers gather in Dundee for 'Gamification' barcamp
, Creative Mac (Also in SymbianOne, PRLog, PR Zoom, Bizzibuzz and Press Booth)
Public lecture on the 'horrible history' of the House of Windsor, Galway Advertiser
Veteran football coach immortalised in new trophy, This is Bath (Also in Sport Focus)
Quartet named in England squad for World Championships, Sport Focus

11 May
Word of Mouth featuring Lizzie Richmond, the University Archivist talking about Sir Isaac Pitman [listen again 20:23], BBC Radio 4
I feel there's a job out there, Sunday Times (8 May, Section 7, page 5 No link available)
University of Bath graduate hoping to become The Apprentice, Bath Chronicle
Electric versus disposable toothbrushes, G Magazine
University event looks at combined benefits of LED and PV solar, Efficent Energy
Once a globe-trotting diplomat, now a locally focused Dipper, The Canadian Globe & Mail
Architect bids to protect Bristol's Kings Weston House, BD Online
5 Signs Your Company Is On the Wrong Track, BNET Australia
It toots, the watchmaker of Barcelona that sells clocks from 4,000 Euros
Pita, el relojero de Barcelona que vende relojes a partir de 4.000 euros
(from Spain), La Vangaurdia
Ivor Powell, veteran soccer coach, unveils Bath award, BBC News Wales (Also featured by the Australian Herald)
Thunder thumping sets up TeamBath's netballers for crucial home game, Bath Chronicle

10 May
Photography exhibition to showcase university research, Bath Chronicle
Here's the skinny on the new dippers, The Canadian Globe & Mail
Reaching out to new markets, Financial Times (Subscription may be required)
Angels top in tributes to Goody, Church Times (Also featured in Optimist News)
ICIA University of Bath: Victoria Melody - Northern Soul, Guide2Bath
Teenagers help student side to stunning sevens win, Lancashire Evening Post
Drivers defy Shelsley conditions, Worcester News

9 May
Wales sees a rise in paupers’ funerals, Wales Online
Universal signaling pathway found to regulate sleep, Medi-Lexicon (also featured by 7th space)
Zinc complexes as antimicrobial wound dressings, RSC Chemistry World
Breaking the glass ceiling, Bataviase.co.id
Get to know your MPs, NDP edition, Ottawa Citizen (also featured by Yahoo News Canada and the Vancouver Sun)
A Pom in paradise, Wales Online
Earby cyclist’s Premier League cycle marathon for Cancer Research, Pendle Today

6 May
Bath University Vice Chancellor Professor Glynis Breakwell one of four ESRC council appointments, Politics.co.uk
Scanning devices predict the location of underground pipes, The Engineer
British Foreign Secretary: Arab Democracy Movement Needs International Support, Voa News.com
Ignoring corruption in climate adaptation could cost lives - report, Reuters Alert Net
Good attitude critical when coping with layoff trauma, Science Magazine
Universal signaling pathway found to regulate sleep, Health Canal
International relations fosters a national award for student, South West Business
Expert expands MS knowledge, Bath Chronicle
Engineering duo the best in their field, Bath Chronicle
Freyja Prentice hoping to build on her maiden championship medal , Guardian
Hot Coles wins European badminton title, Bath Chronicle

5 May
Ignoring corruption in climate adaptation could cost lives, AlertNet
New structure of an important immune system complex resolves a 10-year controversy, Phys.org (Also in BuzzTracker, Zmarter, BioPortfolio, HealthNews and Dintz)
International relations fosters a national award for student, South West Business
Nepal has strong hopes for straw houses to resist earthquakes, All Headline News
This common-sense change makes good business strategy, The Motley Fool
University of Bath celebrates student successes, Guide 2 Bath

4 May
Mystery MPs: NDP’s Quebec team unveiled, Montreal Gazette
Mulcair to coach new NDP MPs, Montreal Gazette
Nepal: Strong hopes for straw houses, IRIN (Also featured by Alert Net)
New structure of an important immune system complex resolves a 10-year controversy, HealthCanal.com (Also featured by Bio Portfolio)
Scientists unveil ‘switch’ that could help design new vaccines and treatments for auto-immune diseases, HealthCanal.com
The University of Bath beats 40 other universities to win the 8 Task Challenge, OnRec.com
The impact of a clear vision and the reality of soccer (column written by graduate Scott Juniper), Soccer Nation
Wiltshire student too much for the Dutch, Swindon Advertiser

3 May
Deaf to car alarms: Why four in five just walk on by, Daily Mail
Cycle Helmet with In-Built Blonde Hair Wig Is the Safest, Study Says, Auto-Evolution
Long blonde hair
Långt blont hår – säkrast i studie
(from Sweeden), BytBil.com
Questioning the survival of the fittest, Lab News
Eight named Mayor of Bath's Citizen of the Year, Bath Chronicle
Summit on environment, Bath Chronicle
Recycle the energy of death
Reciclar la energía de la muerte
, BBC Mundo (Spanish language website also featured across other Spanish websites including Sipse.com, Elunuevodia.com and Publimetr.com)
Willis focused on Worlds as a stepping stone to London, More than the Games
Danny Bolts into GB contention - and has Usain in his sights, Bath Chronicle

April 2011

28 April
Chris Budd made a Fellow of the British Science Association, Times Higher Education
Can universities ever really produce good businesses?, Real Business
Fringe arts Bath visual arts festival, Creative Boom

27 April
Should the excess heat from cremation be recycled?, The Guardian (Also featured by Humanitarian News)
The bro code: How much affection is too much?, MSNBC
Research reveals link between religion, consumerism, New Zealand Herald (Also featured in other publications across New Zealand including the National Business Review and the Otago Daily Times as well as by online sources including Yahoo Xtra and Health Canal)
Crushing old concrete as a means to reduce highway construction costs, Eco Seed
Mind your slanguage, (Time Out Delhi)
What a week for brilliant Bath footballers, Bath Chronicle

21 April
This is no place for slogans, Times Higher Education
Research points to reversal of city's student population boom, Bath Chronicle
Business whiz is true to his roots, This is South Wales
Q&A with Christian Sullivan, head of school at Annie Wright School, News Tribune
Workshop for Xbox games designers, This is Bristol
Historic Tewkesbury buildings used in national project, This is Gloucestershire
A Sustainable Supply Chain Conundrum: Companies Care About Appearance, Not Outcomes, Spend Matters
Awake before dawn, scanning world news for his boss, The InterDependant
Bailey Unicorn receives EC caravan approval, Caravan Times

20 April
Olympic volleyball athletes could leave Bath [video], BBC Online
University of Bath: in the top ten universities in the country, Guide2Bath
Partnering for advancement, Lambate Online
Science determines beer is best..., Oregon Live
Jade tributes reveal a renewed belief in angels, Press Trust
University of Bath research students are better connected, Web Newswire
Fired at fifty: research shows the best way forward, Web Newswire

19 April
University of Bath ranked among the top ten in the UK, Bath Chronicle (Also featured by Times of India)
Ashdown to visit Bath in campaign for electoral reform, Bath Chronicle
Coaching 'vital' to laid off managers, HRZone (Also featured by Training Zone)

18 April
University league tables: Bath makes top 10, Daily Telegraph
Jade’s an angel, Sun
Good attitude critical when coping with layoff trauma, US News & World Reports
Lyson Zulu: mystery player from Zambia's 'London fiasco', Post Zambia

15 April
AV debate broadcast live from the University of Bath, BBC Points West [Watch again at 08:48, 14/04/2011]
Dr. Horst Feldmann discusses Are there jobs for life?, BBC Radio Somerset
Competition high in modern pentathlon, ITV Westcountry [6 April 2011]
Nature Studies by Michael McCarthy: man is a destroyer but can fix things, too, Independent
Maths wizard Josh Williams starts his second degree at age of nineteen, This is Cornwall
Good attitude critical when coping with layoff trauma, MedBroadcast
Cigarette packaging study at uni, Bath Chronicle
University team want Rec crowd to cheer them to varsity victory, Bath Chronicle

14 April
Debt and decline in the UK, Europeanvoice.com
A starring role beckons, THE
THE Leadership and Management Awards 2011: Shortlist, THE
Civils students face fee hike, New Civil Engineer
Plain cigarette packs may deter new smokers, DrBiscuspid
Fired at fifty: research shows the best way forward, zmarter.com
Fired At Fifty: Research Shows The Best Way Forward, eurasiareview.com

13 April
Teaching assistants find ways to balance work, school, Daily Targum
Fired at fifty: research shows the best way forward, Health Canal (Also featured by Alpha Galileo & Science Daily)
Marathon man arrives at Bath, Sport Focus
Rec set to host big varsity clash, Sport Focus
Local Rowers Reach final GB Rowing Team Senior Trials, Sport Focus
Paralympic pair selected for European Champs, Sport Focus

12 April
Bath's sports scientists demonstrate the science behind British sport, That Paralympic Show Channel 4
Fossil data enter the web period, Nature
New project to help children cope with anxiety and depression, Health Canal (also featured by Health News)
Hedge fund investment: what is promised Vs. what is provided, FIN Alternatives
Top award for business student, West Sussex County Times
Businessman sticks with 'home' talent, This is South Wales
An evolution in heavy oil production, Oil & Gas Product News
Beer for post-workout replenishment, Prepared Foods Network

11 April
Dr Philippe Blondel speaks about the causes of Tsunamis ahead of the Bath Science Cafe, BBC Radio Bristol [Listen Again 01:19:05]
UK centre set to explore continuous manufacturing, The Engineer (also featured by the Press Trust and Science Daily)
UK cycling minister hits safety row, Financial Times (subscription may be required)
Minister for cycling angers road safety campaigners by spurning bike helmet, The Guardian
The many delusions of risks and returns, Financial Times (subscription may be required)
Dulux dog returns to TV screens for first time in a decade, Daily Telegraph
Best beverage after a workout is—beer?, Examiner
Nuclear power evokes nightmares, but coal poses greater risks to your health, Edmonton Journal (also featured by Power-Gen Worldwide)
Poverty fight needs blended effort, Daily Star
Fifty Years Of Human Spaceflight – BBC World Service examines The Yuri Gagarin Legacy, BBC Press Office (also featured by Modern Ghana and Web Newswire)
Biologists call for better choice of model organisms in 'evo-devo', Bio Medicine
University of Bath to host three-day feast of student sport, Bath Chronicle

8 April
Bristol SPark road names honour for scientists, BBC Bristol
Researchers find 'survival of fittest' is wrong, Epoch Times (from Chinese)
Delcam to host Orthotic Technology Forum at University of Bath, CAD CAM News
Tuition fees set at £9000, Bath Chronicle
Dulux dog returns to TV screens for first time in a decade, The Telegraph

7 April
Plain cigarette packets could help smokers, Jack FM (website) Also in Health Canal, and interviewed on Total Star, Heart FM and Jack FM.
University of Bath: helping students gain wider experience, CBI

6 April
Sainsbury boss shops for one..., Mail Online
David scoops award for research work, Henley Standard
New climate change advice to help businesses boost growth, Press Trust
Leatherback turtle nests return to Florida, Office of News & Communications (also featured by Bright Surf)
People Willing to Pay Painful Price for Friendship, Science Daily
University of Bath campus takes a starring role, Guide2Bath
They measured the difference between the friend and the friend in the money
Разницу между другом и приятелем измерили в деньгах
from Russia, Best4Women (also featured in Russia by Samara Today; Rofkeller and Новотека)
Nigel Hampson is named sales and marketing manager of Cooper Tire Europe
Nigel Hampson est nommé directeur des ventes et du marketing de Cooper Tire Europe from France, Auto Infos (also featured in France by News-eco.com & Paris-Communiques)

5 April
Study says nuclear power is safest, Times of Oman
Leatherback sea turtle nests increasing in Florida, Eurek Alert (also featured by Science Daily)
Projects trains next generation of scientists and engineers to counter solar threats to satellite navigation, GPS World
What Smart Companies Should Learn from Apple’s Supply Chain Woes, Globe-Net (also featured by Log Link and Green Economy)
People willing to pay painful price for friendship, Health Canal
Ученые попытались установить цену дружбы (also featured in Russia), Podrobnosti
Измерена в деньгах разница между «другом», «товарищем» и «знакомым» (also featured in Russia), Compulenta.ru
Scientist says People willing to pay painful price for friendship, India Education Diary
Boyden United Kingdom announces Betty Thayer to join firm’s UK Board, Yahoo Finance (also featured by Quoteline amongst others)
Why it is hard to generate same type cells in lab?, Media India
Child genius dubbed the young Picasso exhibits his work in Cardiff, Wales Online

4 April
Bernie Morley (Pro-Vice-Chancellor - Learning & Teaching) explains Bath's tuition fees decision [Listen again at 01:42:33 31/03/2011], BBC Radio Bristol
Bernie Morley (Pro-Vice-Chancellor - Learning & Teaching) explains Bath's tuition fees decision [Listen again at 00:33:51 31/03/2011], BBC Radio Somerset
Nuclear power is safest way to make electricity, according to study, Washington Post
Nuclear power is safest way to make electricity, according to 2007 study, Power Supply Industry News
Disrupting Centralized Linear University Model, Blogging Innovation
Bath joins rush to raise tuition fees, Morning Star
Bath University seeking to charge maximum tuition fees, Randstad Education
Paying the painful price for friendship, Physorg
Firms fix eyes on wrong shade of green, Procurement Asia
Why stem cells don't just want to make neurons, Medical News Today
Why stem cells don't just want to make neurons, Science Daily
Why stem cells don't just want to make neurons, MediLexicon
Why stem cells don’t just want to make neurons, Insciences
Why stem cells don't just want to make neurons, Physorg
Why stem cells don't just want to make neurons, Life Sciences World
Why stem cells don’t just want to make neurons, Science Centric
Why stem cells don’t just want to make neurons, Science News
Why it is difficult to produce large numbers of same type cells in lab, Daily News Analysis
Why it is difficult to produce large numbers of same type cells in lab, Andhra News
Why it is difficult to produce large numbers of same type cells in lab, India Vision
IT projects win share of Technology Strategy Board funding, Computer Weekly
NAPF investment conference: winds of change, Pensions World
Campus in TV comedy, Bath Chronicle
A New Research in the Field of Regenerative Therapies Gain Attention (from New Zealand), Top News
Newest research denial theory of evolution survival of the fittest judgment
最新研究否定進化論適者生存的論斷 (from China), 正見
Beach volleyball pleads for 2012 host-nation positions, BBC
Kidd shows promise before rain moves in, Bath Chronicle

1 April
Cable gets his facts wrong on tuition fees, New Statesman
Top-charging universities admit too few state school pupils, The Guardian
Fees plan set to fail as weakest universities charge top rates, Independent
Why stem cells don't just want to make neurons, Science Codex
Why stem cells don’t just want to make neurons, European Pharmaceutical Review
Why we’ll go an extra mile for our friends..., Daily Trust
Cliff Richard Named As Golden-Oldies Charity Patron, Look to the Stars
Fundraisers for Japan delighted with support, Bath Chronicle
The science of tsunamis, Bath Chronicle
Families wanted to help with health research, Bath Chronicle
Lottery boost to get more Bath students playing sport, Sport England
King Coles doubles up at badmintion championships, Bath Chronicle
TeamBath trio heading to European Judo Championships, Bath Chronicle

March 2011
31 March
Bath to charge £9,000 tuition fees, Press Association
Bath University wants to charge maximum £9,000 fees, BBC Bristol
University of Bath to charge £9,000 tuition fees, Bath Chronicle
Sir Cliff Richard becomes patron of Bath-based charity, BBC Bristol
What business leaders can learn from the Renaissance, Fortune
Evolution: not only the fittest survive, E-bio news
The fittest and the unfit can actually survive side-by-side, I09
Cubit Long/Short Com - Appointment of Director, Yahoo Finance
Universities in England get £10m lottery cash for sport, BBC
Universities Get £10m Sport Boost, Breaking News
Tobacco industry decides concerning health policy in Europe
Tabaksindustrie beslist mee over gezondheidsbeleid in Europa
(from Netherlands), Nieuwsbank
Tobacco industry decides concerning health policy
'Tabaksindustrie beslist mee over gezondheidsbeleid'
(from Netherlands), Pharmasite
Darwin y la selección natural de los más fuertes, en cuestión
Darwin and natural selection of strongest in question
(from Spanish), Republica
Darwin y la selección natural, en cuestión
Darwin and natural selection in question (from Spanish), Canarios 2.0
Una investigación sobre bacterias cuestiona la selección natural de Darwin
An investigation of bacteria challenges Darwin's natural selection (from Spanish), La Opinion Coruna
Una investigación sobre bacterias cuestiona la selección natural de Darwin
An investigation of bacteria questioned the theory of natural selection
(from Spanish), Andalucia Vestiga
University of Bath erstellt Studie über Visionen sterbender Menschen
University of Bath creates study over visions of dying humans
(from Germany), Short News

30 March
Lessons from Libya: NATO and the EU, Public Service Europe
David honours his dad's memory with charity ride, Gulf Daily News
New climate change advice to help businesses boost growth, EIN Presswire
EVs a long way off for luxury manufacturers, Motortorque
Luxury cars, petrolheads and emerging voltheads..., Just-Auto
Waking up to the electric dream, Fleet Directory
Fashion festival sets new trend for success, Bath Chronicle
PWC awards internships to some of the UK's aspiring entrepreneurs, HR Magazine
Optimum Nutrition and Bath Uni sign deal, Sport Industry Group
World experts join forces to counter solar threats to satellite navigation, Media Newswire
What smart companies can learn from Apple's supply chain woes, Phys.org
University of Bath erstellt Studie über Visionen sterbender Menschen
University of Bath creates study over visions of dying humans
(from Germany), Klamm.de
Бактерии показали Дарвину альтернативy
'Bacteria showed Darwin to the alternative'
(from Russia), Valsti.net
Tabaksindustrie beslist mee over gezondheidsbeleid in Europa
Tobacco industry decides concerning health policy in Europe
(from Netherlands), Liwwadders
‘Tabaksindustrie beslist mee over gezondheidsbeleid in Europa’
'Tabaksindustrie decide concerning health policy in Europe'
(from Netherlands), Communicate Online

29 March
What smart companies can learn from Apple's supply chain woes, Western News
Charting a new course, Zawya
Trade-Offs Between Growth Rate And Efficiency Can Lead To Stable Diversity, Medical News Today
Research shows not only the fittest survive, Health Canal
Бактерии показали Дарвину альтернативу
Bacteria showed Darwin to the alternative
(from Russia), Компьютерра
Tursonov wins inaugural Bath professional tennis event, BBC
Russian winner produces a fitting climax to top-class tennis tournament, Bath Chronicle

28 March
Joe Devine discusses microcredit as a mechanism to alleviate poverty [Listen again link to follow shortly], BBC Radio Scotland
Research shows not only the fittest survive, Eurek.org
Research shows not only the fittest survive, Science codex
Mayor not standing at May election, Bath Chronicle
Japanese thanks for city's support over quake appeal, Bath Chronicle
Wood Awards 2011 – launched to a full house last night, Trada
International delegation gives approval to Bristol SPark development, Bristol 24-7
TeamBath judo quartet prepare for major championships, Sport Focus

25 March
Fiona Gillison speaks to Heart radio about recruiting families for a study into local services, Heart FM
System protects historic buildings from earthquakes, the Engineer
Top award for web firm, South West Business
'We just don't get to use gloop enough in class', Bath Chronicle
Campaigners take to the streets in protest against cuts, Bath Chronicle
It's a red letter day for Comic Relief fundraisers, Bath Chronicle
Devizes go under the microscope, This is Wiltshire
Top seed is tested as university stages tennis tournament, Bath Chronicle
Инженеры предложили стратегию изучения Марса роем роботов (from Russia), Samara Today

24 March
Tweaks to duty hit smokers of cheaper brands, Financial Times
How can models be used to explore disease movement in pollinators?, Welcome Trust
Shine! awards spot 12 stars, Times Higher Education - News in Brief
DC computer network reduces library's energy usage, The Engineer
Почему бы не поручить исследование Марса роботам-попрыгунчикам? (from Russia), Компьютерра

23 March
Samuel Heath - tapping into creativity - since 1820, Birmingham Post
UK Space Agency... UKube-1 Passengers Announced (Satellite), Sat News
University of Bath invention to be sent into space, Press Trust
Going, going groin - with star Imogen Cairns, Daily Express & Scottish Express
Wimbledon history maker takes to the courts after Tursunov battles through, Bath Chronicle

22 March
Professor Michael Beverland on why corporate companies get involved with charities [listen again at 00:44:48 18/03/2011], BBC Radio Wiltshire
Merkel Pays Political Price for Shift on Nuclear Power, New York Times
Going into the light, Irish Times
Letter on basic income handed to President Obama in Brazil, Daily Kos
Twenty Questions: With Simon Griffiths, Coventry Telegraph
New age of volunteering pushes the frontiers of conservation science, Earth Watch Institute
Acne drugs & suicide risks: To treat or not to treat?, Hays
Bath switches from AC to a DC computer network, ZD Net
Team Explores Effect of Space Weather on Communications, CR4
University of Bath invention to be sent into space, Journal of Industry & Technology
Transport advice group membership revealed, Bath Chronicle
Uni lecturers on strike over pensions, Bath Chronicle
Top players set to serve up a treat as tennis tournament gets under way, Bath Chronicle

21 March
University Chaplain Angela Berners Wilson on her ordination as one of the UK's first women priests, BBC World Service
Team explores effect of space weather on communications, The Engineer
UK details first CubeSat mission, Electronics Weekly
Another UK Space Mission Takes Shape, Spaceosaur
Can the government's 'responsibility deal' work?, BBC
The business case for increasing female leadership, Business Mirror
Chronic Wound Care: Advances in a Dynamic Field, MD News
Woodley Music and Arts Festival's best ever start, Workingham Times & The Reading Post
David Willetts appoints new Student Loans Company non-executive director, Web Newswire
UK graduate jobs, Euro Graduate
Wood Awards grand launch at the Building Centre, Timber Trade Journal
Students stage Fashion at Bath, Media Newswire
Student organises hip hop festival for Bath, Media Newswire
University tsunami expert describes events in Japan, Media Newswire
University of Bath invention to be sent into space, Media Newswire
En Inglaterra, “el hombre macho, malo y homofóbico de los ochenta está muerto", Vanguardia
Malaysian PM: Sports a nation-builder, Asia One
PM: Sports a nation-builder, Malaysian Star
Talented quartet collected Athlete of Month awards, Sport Focus
Hunt back in world top 20, Swindon Advertiser

18 March
Julian Rose speaking about winning a place to send TOPCAT into space, Heart Radio
Talini Pinto Jayawardena speaking about winning a place to send TOPCAT into space, BBC Radio Bristol [listen again at 1:50:00]
Slow evolvers win in the end, Nature News
Comic relief in Bath, South West Business
Comic relief in Bath, Bath Chronicle
Rob returns to lead team to British crown, Bath Chronicle
The Russians are coming... possibly, Bath Chronicle
Somerset's Stacey Tadd plays down Olympic chances, This Is Somerset
Golden girl Stacey sets sights on Olympic finals, Bath Chronicle
England netball call for TeamBath team mates, South West Sports News

17 March
John Troyer from CDAS speaks about organ donation, BBC Radio Bristol [listen again at 01:09:25]
Extra risk seen in alarmism on health, Financial Times
Removing compulsion will not affect annuity sales say experts, Financial Times
Japan's nuclear crisis is not Chernobyl, say experts, News.com.au (Australian)
TeamBath take on Mavericks in repeat of Superleague final, Sport Focus
TeamBath quartet to feature for England against Jamaica, Sport Focus
Burnley FC star uses science and maths on the pitch, Burnley Express
Study in the UKs top Universities, Ifeng (Chinese)
EDM study centre - prestigious British University officials invited, Acrofan (Korean)
Symposium - Algae for renewable energy, University of Bath, Bulletins Electronique (French)

16 March
Matt Parker explains why Maths is fun ahead of today's public lecture [Listen again 02:24:54], BBC Radio Bristol
David Willetts appoints new Student Loans Company non-executive director, Press Trust
Mendon-Upton schools narrow superintendent field to three, Milford Daily News
Wissenswert: Raucherbann/Pestizide/Börsenkurse (from Germany), Springer Medizin
Swimming: James Goddard believes intensive training is key for British team, Fan House UK
Russia eyeing Bath for London 2012 training camp, Inside the Games
University of Bath close in on Russia 2012 Olympic link
, World News

15 March
Dr Philippe Blondel discusses the tsunami in Japan [listen again at 00:42:30], BBC Radio Somerset
Dr Philippe Blondel discusses the tsunami in Japan [listen again at 02:05:30], BBC Radio Bristol
Dr Ken Bray talks about footballers' scientific intelligence [listen again at 01:08:05 - 11/03/2011]
Peter Wyman says IFRS may not be fit for purpose, Accountancy Age
Jasmine In China?, Eurasia Review
Bath man tells of Japanese earthquake drama, Bath Chronicle
New life for town uni bid, Swindon Adveritiser
Other UK news in brief, 4IE.ie
Other news in brief, Build Scotland
University of Bath Selects SciQuest for Procurement Technology, Business Wire
University of Bath to deploy SciQuest for eProcurement technology, News Medical
Bristol Cleantech Cluster Event, Low Carbon Economy.com
The student voice, Eg.Emagazine
Comprendre Facebook (1/3) : Le rôle social du bavardage (from France), InternetACTU
University of Bath close in on Russia 2012 Olympic link, BBC
The Russians are coming......to train in Bath, Bath Chronicle

14 March
Dr Philippe Blondel speaking about the Japanese tsunami [listen again at 1:17:00], BBC Radio Bristol,
Dr Philippe Blondel speaking about the Japanese tsunami [listen again at 1:41:30], BBC Radio Somerset
Dr Philippe Blondel speaking about the Japanese tsunami [listen again at 1:36:20], BBC Radio Scotland Newsdrive programme
Dr Philippe Blondel speaking about the Japanese tsunami [listen again at 0:11:40], BBC Radio Wiltshire
Dr Philippe Blondel speaking about the Japanese tsunami, ITV West Country Tonight
Dr Philippe Blondel speaking about the Japanese tsunami, BBC News 24
Dr Philippe Blondel speaking about the Japanese tsunami, BBC Points West TV
Dr Philippe Blondel speaking about the Japanese tsunami, Jack FM radio
Dr Philippe Blondel speaking about the Japanese tsunami, Breeze FM radio
Dr Philippe Blondel speaking about the Japanese tsunami, Heart radio
Dr John Troyer discussing obituaries [listen again at 0:44:00], BBC Radio Wiltshire
Willetts appoints Breakwell at Student Loans Company, Build.co.uk
David Willetts appointsnew Student Loans Company non-executive director, Newswire
Lecturers in Bath to strike over pensions, ThisIsBath
David Willetts appointsnew Student Loans Company non-executive director, 7th Space
Footballers are geniuses, Soccernet
It's superior to a video game player, Tiempo Argentino (from Spain)
Quantum computers are learning to communicate, Science&Life (from Russia)
Yunus is a political victim, The Daily Star
New sunscreen heals burns, Bioscience World
Advanced software could reveal disease cluster data, Bioscience World
Chemistry at play, The Star online

11 March
Uni death expert warns of crisis as baby-boomers reach old age, Health Canal
Uni death expert warns of crisis as baby-boomers reach old age, Bio-Portfolio
Meet the media: Kathy Clugston, Agenda NI magazine
Bath's Sean has more to say about history's Ironclad siege, Bath Chronicle
At last – I have discovered a vision for Bath, Bath Chronicle
Bath gets behind bunting record attempt to help Fairtrade, Bath Chronicle
Student Entrepreneurs pitch their business plans to experts, SETsquared
出色足球員數學一定好 (from China), The Sun
Messi accumulates admiration after action before Arsenal (from Spain), Ansalatina.com
Wimbledon history-maker heads to Bath for top tennis tournament, Bath Chronicle
Golden trio are the best of British at swimming competition, Bath Chronicle
Courtenay loving life after fine PB double, Bath Chronicle
Clarke glad to get Euro experience under belt in Paris, Bath Chronicle

10 March
Dr Ken Bray talks about footballers' scientific intelligence [Listen again 09/03/2011 at 0.56.29], BBC 5 Live Drive
Dr Ken Bray talks about footballers' scientific intelligence [Listen again 09/03/2011 at 19.20], Talk Sport
Dr Ken Bray talks about footballers' scientific intelligence [Listen again 09/03/2011 at 1.26.08], BBC Newcastle
Dr Ken Bray talks about footballers' scientific intelligence [Listen again 09/03/2011 at 1.23.40], BBC Radio Birmingham
Dr Ken Bray talks about footballers' scientific intelligence, BBC Radio Bristol
They think Pythagoras is a Greek goalie, or so we all thought, Daily Mirror
Helping people make better retirement choices
, Professional Pensions
Smoking ban has had 'no clear adverse impact' on industry, study claims, The Publican

9 March
A game of two halves, played with maths and science skills: Top footballers have high intelligence, study suggests, Daily Mail
Sum player: why the best footballers are good at maths, Bath Chronicle
UK 'over-reliant' on GPS signals, engineers warn, BBC
Development plans to go before committee, Swindon Business News
What is RepRap?, Associated Content
UK university guide 2011: 25 Top UK Universities, Asian Correspondent
Brooks saddles - keep springing up as firm favourites, Business Blog

8 March
Could the UK Government shut down the web?, The Independent
Welfare reform bill will punish disabled people and the poor, The Guardian
Cuts in the number of international students spell disaster, The Guardian
University leader backs concern over student visa crackdown, Bath Chronicle
UK Vice-Chancellors oppose planned visa cuts, I-Student Advisor
5 ways to keep your company alive, Fortune
New figures show more receive NHS dental care, International Business Times
Four seasons in one minute: Instant virtual 3D trees from video, TIME
Protecting cultural heritage sites from earthquake damage, Past Horizons

7 March
A look at the latest skincare technology, The National
Investec economist to provide overview of UK coaltion, Isle News
Dancing on ice: Sam Attwater and Brianne Delcourt get gymnastic lessons, Unreality TV
'DOI' Attwater gets gymnastic lessons, Digital Spy
Intake of regular carbohydrates probably helps athletes to recover faster, Health Jockey
When I grow up I want to be..., 7 Days
Kindle gives thriller writer a plot for success – at 71p a shot, The Guardian
Professor James Copestake on government changes to overseas aid [Listen again 02/03/2011 at 00:04:28], BBC Radio Somerset


4 March
King's clothes come to Bath in exhibition of costumes worn by the stars, Bath Chronicle
Upbeat launch for new Skeptics group, Bath Chronicle
Talk to highlight politics of greed, Bath Chronicle
Red Cross in 'emergency', Bath Chronicle
How idea developed into ambitious street art project, Bath Chronicle
Self-Harm Very Common In Teenage Girls, Bio-Medicine
Trying life after rugby, Saracens captain Steve Borthwick tackles work experience, London Evening Standard
University set to host Challenger Tour event, Bath Chronicle
Bath’s first ATP Challenger tournament, Sport focus
Super Spence starts with silver, Bath Chronicle
University swimmers set for British Championships, Bath Chronicle
Moins de pollution éviterait 19.000 décès en Europe, Le Figaro (from France)

3 March
England Schools Under-18 keeper Ed Baldy eyes contract, BBC Sport
Air quality: lives at stake, Le Journal ( from France)
Does exercise help patients with Type 1 diabetes? Media Newswire
Antiques are officially green, Blog da Agencia de Leiloes ( from Portugal)
Air pollution in cities has a direct impact on life expectancy, Voila (from France)
Air pollution in cities has a direct impact on life expectancy, Les Gazette des Communes (from France)
The same gene can have difference functions determined by each parent, 中国网 - 新闻中心 (from China)

2 March
Joanna Bryson talks about emotional robots [listen again 2:19:24], BBC Radio Bristol
Joanna Bryson talks about emotional robots, BBC Radio Somerset
Companies keen to hit the road for events, City AM
Why women really are better at almost everything: a Q&A with author Dan Abrams, Yahoo Shine
Seeking advice: what university careers offices can do, Physics World
Drivers vs cyclists: the answer to road peace in our time is "don't take it personally", Toronto Life
同一基因可有不同的功能 父方母方基因表達不同 (from China), 中国经济网 (繁体)
Светодиод на основе полимерной органики позволит одежде менять цвет (from Russia), RCC
Murray stars in Modern Pentathlon World Cup, Lancashire Telegraph
World Cup silver for Spence in Palm Springs, Sport Focus

1 March
Gym fixes it for Dancing on Ice couple, Bath Chronicle
John Troyer features as an invited guest on Graham Torrington's show about end of life planning, BBC Radio Bristol

February 2011

28 February
Joe back from the foot of the world, South West Business
Experts reveal the science behind free kick, Jack FM
Business graduate opens beauty salon (for men too), Henley Standard
Twinning link anniversary celebrated, Bath Chronicle
The future’s so 3-D
, Quality digest
Print to eat, play or work, Business Standard

24 February
Joe back from the foot of the world, Bath Chronicle
Courtenay chosen for international event, Bath Chronicle
Discovery of an Iron Age settlement on Bathampton Down, BBC Radio Bristol (listen again at 00:43:00)
Developing the next generation of solar energy harvesting technology, TMCnet.com
Jenny Perkins asking runners to take part in research, BBC Radio Bristol
Ken Bray discussing the Free Kick, Jack FM
Ken Bray discussing the Free Kick, The Breeze radio
Jenny Perkins asking runners to take part in research, Bath FM
Jenny Perkins asking runners to take part in research, Heart radio

23 February
Joe Kinrade becomes first Manx man at South Pole, BBC
Manxman back in warmer climes, Manx Radio
University of Bath student returns from epic South Pole adventure, ITV West Country
University of Bath student returns from epic South Pole adventure [listen again 02:14:30], BBC Radio Bristol
University of Bath student returns from epic South Pole adventure [listen again at 00:56:40], BBC Radio Somerset
University of Bath student returns from epic South Pole adventure, Total Star Radio
Dr Rod Thomas on the history of Bathhampton Down [listen again at 01:54:04], BBC Radio Bristol
Institutional Use of Twitter by the 1994 Group of UK Universities, UK Web Focus
Runners asked to log on to help prevent injuries, Health News
Cwmcarn(age), Road.cc
Sutton smashes Harriers record at indoor event, News Shopper

22 February
Authentic brands - quality, heritage and sincerity deliver higher margins, Birmingham Post
Enter bachelor’s degree in Mumbai, graduate abroad, Daily News Analysis
Uni chief to help drive west economy, Bath Chronicle

21 February
First-time buyers turn to 'bank of mum and dad' to get a mortgage, Independent
Right ingredients for healthier profits, Financial Times (No link due to subscription issues)
Right ingredients for healthier profits, Yahoo News
Fighting corruption through the Internet, Express Buzz
Online Dating - Just How Honest Are You?, Female First
Online Dating - Just How Honest Are You?, Male Xtra
Student's 'meet your neighbour' project hits TV and web screens, This is South Devon
Calne pupils fly the flag, This is Wiltshire
Designers sought for Bath arts centre, BD Online
听别人意见不代表尊严受损 (from China), Etnet
Amy Williams' year after winning Winter Olympic gold, BBC
Golden girl Amy celebrates one-year anniversary of Winter Olympics triumph, Bath Chronicle
Amy Williams’ Olympic gold – one year on, Sports focus
Olympic champion Williams: I have to up my game, More than the games
Kim's leap to glory, Isle of White County Press

18 February
Space research rockets DNA Genotek to new market, Ottawa Business Journal
Circus skills workshop, Bath Chronicle
Opposing forces, Science Business
Nartey seventh for Ghana, Bath Chronicle
Twin triumph for Jamieson at long course championships, Bath Chronicle

17 February
University of Exeter: join the club, THE
Ambitious University links up with top economic partnership, South West Business

16 February
Ambitious University links up with top economic partnership, Express & Echo
Former Government advisor to speak in Bath, 106.5 Jack FM
University based pentathletes to bid for medals on final day of London 2012, Bath Chronicle
Bath sprinter Danny Talbot sets sights on London 2012 after Indoor Gold, Bath Chronicle
Masters of the MBA Universe, in Chinese, 中欧国际工商学院
University of Exeter joins SETsquared partnership, DPA
Straw construction, in Italian, Lavorincasa
Run your car on air, Bright Hub
New theories and diagnoses of Asperger syndrome, in Spanish, DairioNCO.com

15 February
UK pensions chairman calls for fees change, Financial Times
Autism and food disorders being linked, Bristol Evening Post
Canadian company set to pave the way forward to sustainability, Oil & Gas Product News
Exeter University joins SETsquared partnership, The Engineer
University of Exeter joins SETsquared partnership to boost research led economic growth, Newswire Today
New guide helps builders tackle 'embodied carbon', Environment UK

14 February
University seminar examines the public's reaction to death of Big Brother star Jade Goody, Bath Chronicle
Interview with Susan Danger - Managing Director of AmCham EU, Xpatloop.com
Light through a blocked hole? Plasmonics is the answer, New Scientist
Eating disorders probably related to autism in school children, Health Jockey
Meeting of minds at inaugural event, This is Kent
Traditional taste of the Orient with pipa player, Bath Chronicle
New guide helps builders tackle 'embodied carbon', Civic & Public Buildings Online

11 February
Egyptian PhD student Moustafa Kenawy gives his thoughts prior to & following President Mubarak's resignation, BBC Radio Bristol
University researchers find link between eating disorders and autism in schoolchildren, Bath Chronicle
Eating disorders linked with autism in school children, Phys.org
Retired engineer offers alternative to the Big Bang Theory, Bath Chronicle
People invited to free lecture on religion and the environment, Bath Chronicle
Sacked drugs expert to give talk at university, Bath Chronicle
Students make French connection with inaugural game, Bath Chronicle
Swimming trio heading university's challenge, Bath Chronicle
Bath badminton ace Coles reaches national semis, Bath Chronicle

10 February
Dr Mark Brosnan speaks about the links between autism and eating disorders, BBC Radio Bristol
Ancient buildings brought to life from historic maps, New Scientist
Clarity for student buyers, Times Higher Education
Heavyweight support for Bath's transport package, South West Business
Ancient buildings brought to life from historic maps, All Voices.com
London Seen - Paintings by Piers Ottey, PR Log
Lebensstandard sinkt - Verstärkt der Klimawandel innereuropäische Unterschiede? (from Germany), Sonnenseite.com
Mexted calls shots on reality TV rugby, Manawatu Standard

9 February
Dr Kate Woodthorpe on the rising cost of death, Total Star Network
Should graveyard wind chimes and plastic displays be banned?, BBC
Guide helps builders to tackle 'embodied carbon', Efficent Energy.net
Los LEDs serán la iluminación del futuro (from Spain), UY Press
Lebensstandard sinkt - Verstärkt der Klimawandel innereuropäische Unterschiede? (from Germany), Schattenblick
La empresa cántabra Matrican desarrolla un sistema inteligente de planificación de ciclos productivos (from Spain), Que
GE engineering speeds ahead of competition with hyperMILL, TCT magazine

8 February
The cost of love, MSN Money
Wiltshire apprentice campaign off to a flying start, This is Wiltshire
From Celtic Tiger cubs recessionistas in exile: How my generation are learning to cope, Independent (Ireland)
Cancer research project will develop fast and accurate diagnosis, Suite 101
Microsulis medical limited reports major order from MDH, The Centre Daily Times
Sensing gap in market thanks to IP Group investment, ne Business
Talbot sets his sights on further honours after breakthrough 2010, More than the Games

7 February
Matt takes on challenge in mum's memory, Bath Chronicle
Look to the future: coaching
, Sky Sports
Boost for sports medicine, The Star Malaysia
Danny leaves champion in his wake on senior debut, This is Wiltshire

4 February
We will stand together to defend education, Times Higher Education
Marketing Professor kicks off 2011 lecture series, Midlands business news
Explorer to show heroic journey photos, Bath Chronicle
Heavyweight support for transport package
, Bath Chronicle
Where Dylan Thomas meets Round the Horne, Bath Chronicle
University-road.cc: Starting with a win, Road.cc
Egyptian PhD student Moustafa Kenawy on the riots in his country, BBC Radio Bristol [Listen again 2.11.16]
Kate Ashbrook the latest addition to the Great Bustard team, BBC Radio Wiltshire [Listen again 1.43.00]

3 February
Silicon SouthWest i-Med event, Set squared
Finalist Brassington is too Good for Josh Telegraph & Argus
Top UK Universities for Psychology 2011, UK University Rankings

2 February
Climate change threatens Europe's living standards, Scientific American
Prediction and performance: closing the gap, Building for Change
Moving towards zero-carbon buildings, World Energy Media
Evolutionäre Ignoranz (from Germany), Scienceticker.info
'Emotional' Search Engine Set to Use BFO's Graph Library, Press Release 365

1 February
A-level subjects: what universities want, The Guardian
Step - an extra exam hurdle for university applicants, The Guardian
Climate change threatens Europe's living standards, Nature News
Emotion Based Search Engine Set to Use BFO's Graph Library, Open PR
What Does the Climate Justice Movement's Economic Revolution Look Like?, Huntington News

January 2011
31 January
New policy for poverty reduction, The Daily Star
Belo Monte não vale a pena Entrevista especial com Roland Widmer
(from Brazil), Zoo News
Amy Williams takes top-ten World Cup finish in St Moritz, Bath Chronicle
Danny racing with the elite, Wiltshire Times

28 January
Altering a mouse gene turns up aggression, New York Times
How to deal with a million bolts a month
(from South Africa), Mail & Guardian online
Children should design their own school meals, Health Canal.com
Volunteers sought for diet and exercise project, Bath Chronicle
Gene discovery shows parents divided over brain and brawn, Phys.org
Gene discovery shows parents divided over brain and brawn, Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council.com
Money flies in for bustard group, Salisbury Journal
Gene discovery shows parents divided over brain and brawn, Phys.org
Student takes job appeal to City's streets, Bath Chronicle
Ex-culture chief in talk on the arts, Bath Chronicle
Great bustard project receives vital funds, Shooting Times & Country Magazine
This week in nature, Genomeweb.com
La herencia genética paterna influye en la conducta social (from Spain), Europapress.es
Gene discovery shows parents divided over brain and brawn, In sciences.org
Hart collects third medal of World Championships, Sport Focus
Bronze boosts Amy ahead of St Moritz race, Bath Chronicle

27 January
University of Bath student wins national work placement award, Bio-Portfolio
Gene discovery shows parents divided over brain and brawn, Bio-Portfolio
Turning on the leading lights, Times Higher Education
Appointments, Times Higher Education
Belo Monte nao vale a pena. Entrevista com Roland Widmer, Adital [from Portugal]
Dad's genes affect dominance, The Scientist
Belo Monte nao vale a pena. Entrevista especial com Roland Widmer, Estacao Vida [from Portugal]
Distinct physiological and behavioural functions for parental alleles of imprinted Grb10, Nature
Ma's gene does different things to Pa's copy, New Scientist
Gene discovery shows parents divided over brain and brawn, Health Canal
Gene discovery shows parents divided, BBC Radio Bristol [listen again at 1:08:34]
Gene discovery shows parents divided, Total Star Radio
Gene discovery shows parents divided, Heart Radio

26 January
'Origin of sex' can be revealed by sperm proteome, Bio-Medicine
New working holiday visa open up opportunity to work in Canada, Student Times
Human Development: The Changing Role of Community Pharmacists, Sudan Vision
Breathing new Life into Salisbury Plain, Surfbirds News
Why students need more choice in Gloucestershire, This is Gloucestershire
UK Education Exhibition Helps Students Choose Right Course, Borneo Bulletin Online
Dramatic finish for Hart, BBC Points West [Listen Again at 10 mins 48secs]

25 January
Lecture Capture for the ‘Now’ Generation, InAVate.net
Getting sports medicine recognised in Malaysia, Yahoo News Malaysia
Gold for Hart and silver for Rushgrove and Blake at IPC World Championships, Bath Chronicle

24 January
Piezo fuel injectors may improve aircraft efficiency, The Engineer
'Expand palliative care to all', bdnews24.com
University of Bath graduate makes history with slalom silver, Bath Chronicle
Kelly makes history at World Championships, Sport Focus
Google gifts 1 Million Euros to International Mathematical Olympiad, D'Technology Web Blog
Wrinkles reducing creams are a waste, Deccan Herald
Have a hug for better health, At Home Magazine
Trio ready for World Championships, Sport Focus
Universities unite to further studies, This is Exeter
Hart and Weir claim gold, Sporting Life

21 January
Job hunting student stands out, Wharf.co.uk
Gibson must look at latest torture claims
, The Guardian
University is playing its part in Bath's artistic life, Bath Chronicle
Bustards fly high in Wiltshire, This is Wiltshire
Britain's great bustards population set to take off thanks to EU funding boost, Earth Times
Rare bird project gets EU funding boost, Central FM 103.1 (web article)
Google do donation to maths olympiad (from the Netherlands), Informatieprofessional.nl
Same sex kissing common in UK male students, TheMedGuru.com
Трицикл Clever: Европа изобретает существующий автомобиль (from Russia), Membrana.ru
Англичане построили шарообразного робота-кузнечика (from Russia), Membrana.ru
Представлена лечащая повязка с нанокапсулами (from Russia), Membrana.ru
Пауков отправят на общественные работы — создавать оптическое волокно (from Russia), Membrana.ru
Роботы RepRap воспроизводят сами себя (from Russia), Membrana.ru
Дольше, чаще, сильнее: женщинам всегда больнее (from Russia), Membrana.ru
Skinner wins GB call-up, Bath Chronicle
Snowboarder Jamie Barrow set for World University Games debut, Bath Chronicle
Katrina Hart ready to go for gold in New Zealand, Bath Chronicle
Amy Williams targets top six as comeback continues in Winterberg, Bath Chronicle
Hart targets world championship joy, Sporting Life.com

20 January
In praise of the Great Bustard group, The Guardian
Rare bird project gets EU funding boost, Sky news
Students reach high with pedal-powered flying machine, Machinery & Materials
Volunteers needed to take part in diet and exercise study, Media Newswire
Collagen wrinkle cream - scientists deny, (from China translation provided), Sing Tao Daily
Funding boost for Great Bustards, BBC Lunch News [19.01.11 - 1.30pm]
Funding boost for Great Bustards, BBC News [19.01.11 - 6.00pm listen again at 23mins 56secs]
Funding boost for Great Bustards, BBC Points West [19.01.11 - 6:30pm listen again at 15mins 23secs]
Funding boost for Great Bustards, ITV West Country Tonight [19.01.11 - 6.00pm]
Funding boost for Great Bustards, BBC Radio Somerset [19.01.11 - Drive Time listen again at 10mins 02secs]
Funding boost for Great Bustards, BBC Radio Wiltshire [19.01.11 - Drive Time listen again at 1hour 05mins 54secs]
Funding boost for Great Bustards, BBC Radio Bristol [19.01.11 - Drive Time listen again at 1hour 48mins 10secs]
Funding boost for Great Bustards, Five Live, [19.01.11 - 4:55pm listen again at 55mins 58secs]

19 January
Great bustard reintroduction project gets EU funding boost, The Guardian
Funding boost for Great Bustards, BBC Points West Breakfast [06.56am]
Salisbury plain Great Bustard project EU funding boost, BBC
Great Bustard boosted by EU funds, MSN
科学家:骨胶原抗皱面霜其实无效 (from China site in English), New Oriental.org
New world-class training centre will change landscape of social science, Media Newswire
膠原蛋白面霜抗皺」 科學家否定 (from Hong Kong), Sina.com.hk
BP attempts another venture Into Russian oil industry in $16 billion deal, The Market Oracle
[雙語] 科學家:骨膠原抗皺面霜其實無效 (from China translation provided), CRI.cn
Should you be allowed to put what you like on graves? featuring Dr Kate Woodthorpe, BBC Somerset [listen again at 05mins 03secs]

18 January
Caterpillars tell us how bacteria cause disease, Bio-Medicine.com
BP deal shows UK, Russia keen to do business, Reuters.com
BP attempts another venture into Russian oil industry in $16 billion deal, Money Morning
BP deal shows Britain and Russia keen to do business, Arab News.com
Fear of dentists can turn into a phobia, Health Care Today
Removing the taboos around death and dying, BBC
Collageencrèmes helpen niet tegen rimpels (from Belgium), Nieuwsblad.be
'Anti-rimpelcrèmes met collageen geldverspilling'
(from the Netherlands), NU.nl
膠原蛋白面霜抗皺」科學家否定 (from Hong Kong via Canada), Singtao.ca
Wrinkle reducing creams are 'waste of money', Daily News & Analysis.com
UK firm gives Filipino accountants competitive edge, UK Trade & Investment (ukti.gov.uk)
Tower of strength at Marsh for RFU scrum factory, Voxy.co.nz

17 January
Dr Kate Woodthorpe (CDAS) discussing "What people leave on graves", BBC Breakfast 15/01/2011 [08.50am & 09.50am]
Wrinkle reducing creams, a waste of money, The Times of India
Wrinkle reducing collagen creams 'are a waste of money', say scientists, The Daily Mail
Hammerhead shark helps investigate sense of smell, Natural History Museum (nhm.ac.uk)
Williams 12th as Shelly takes silver, Sporting Life.com
Senior GB call for Skinner, Exeter Express & Echo
Fear of dentists and needles needs sympathetic ear
, BBC
Bsria launches embodied carbon guide, FM-world
Improving grades, saving money, Phys.org

14 January
Adventurous Student Work, Metropolis Magazine
Portrait company takes you to another world, Swindon Advertiser
Shaping Up . . . How you can prevent middle-aged spread, Bath Chronicle
'British Bobsleigh programme can deliver Olympic gold', Bath Chronicle

13 January
Should fake flowers be banned from cemeteries?
, The Guardian
Funereal tattoos, ghoulish British history, and European puppets, The Minnesota Post
Firm retains graduate to help with expansion bid, South West Business.co.uk
Web 3.0 promises change for libraries, Research Information.info
Tattooing: More than what meets the eye, Examiner.com
Alistair Hunt (Department of Economics) on the Brisbane Floods, BBC Radio Bristol [Listen Again 1.41.12]

12 January
Are graves 'public places?' featuring Dr Kate Woodthorpe (CDAS), BBC Radio 4 (The Today Program)
Volunteers get free gym membership to kick start a healthier lifestyle, Health Canal.com
Smaller, faster, costlier, Insider Media.com
Des nanocapsules d’antiseptiques pour pansements (from France), Pseudo Sciences.com

11 January
Golden girl Amy returns to action, Sport Sister.com
Gay chicken, Psychology Today.com

10 January
Physical activity guidelines 'too confusing', One India News
Golden girl Amy returns to action, Sport Focus
Williams ready to resume racing, BBC
Modern girl masters all the old skills, The Independent
Graduate supports bespoke engineering company expansion, The Daily Engineers

7 January
Social Network Addiction – A Scientific No Man’s Land?, Brain Blogger
Pupils 'ban' on buying food outside school suggested, BBC
Straight men increasingly happy to embrace in public, study finds, Pink Paper
Honours for rugby and learning, Bath Chronicle

6 January
Forget study of happiness – academic, Bath Chronicle
Goldies is good for you – official, Bath Chronicle
Harrier Meredith to start warm weather training, Liverpool Echo
Canteen extension of the classroom
, Edexec

5 January
Role model businesswoman Debbie smashes through glass ceiling to be made MBE, Crewe Chronicle
Straight men kissing? That’s so hot!!!
, Dallas Voice

4 January
Straight men kissing more
, The Guardian
Golden Oldies charity found to benefit the elderly, BBC
The gym or the great outdoors: which is the best form of exercise?, The Guardian
Essentiality of Multiculturalism, EruasiaReview.com
Domme man + slimme vrouw = gelukkig huwelijk, MSN.nl
Universities braced for funding cuts, Bath Chronicle

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