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Bath in the Media - 2012

20 December
One to one… with Professor Dame Glynis Breakwell, The Psychologist
1994 Group leaks yet another member, Times Higher Education
University of Reading leaves the 1994 Group, University Business UK
Appointments, Times Higher Education
Grant winners, Times Higher Education
University of Bath scientists get to the bottom of Great Bustard diet, Bath Chronicle
Love of learning drives graduate Farhat A Hussain to collect his tenth Masters degree, The Optimist
Blood Groups Act as Protection Against Infection, University of Bath Study, ClinicaSpace
Blood groups act as protection against infection, Phys.Org

19 December
Great bustards' droppings studied to aid conservation, BBC Wiltshire
Bird poo study to help Great Bustards thrive, Optimist
Curry says timing essential as firm pushes deeper into new markets through major deals, Gloucestershire Echo
Blood groups act as protection against infection, Health Canal
Appointments mean new social mobility commission can now get to work, Northern Echo
University of Bath celebrate first term of success, Bath Chronicle
ICTs have a multiplier effect in education: MHRD Secretary Ashok Thakur, India Education Diary

18 December
Bird poo study to help Great Bustards thrive, EnvironmentGuru
University of Bath has new research fellow, Bath Chronicle
Reducing underwater noise to help health of marine wildlife, Media-Newswire
6 reasons why being a student entrepreneur rocks, Startups
Is the pixel about to die?, PressZoom
Vector-based video could mean no more pixels, GizMag
Scientists to develop new detection technology for lifesciences research, PressZoom
UKOLN organised IDCC13 conference to feature strong Research360 presence, Press Zoom
Teenage swimmer Chloe Bean trains body and mind for 2013 challenges, Surrey Comet

17 Decemeber
Research Findings from University of Bath Update Understanding of Pregnancy, NewsRX
University of Bath expert helping blind 'see' through sound, Bath Chronicle
How to make cash transfers work, Financial Express
ICTs have a multiplier effect in education: MHRD, The Times of India
Reducing underwater noise, The Marine Connection
This Vector-Based Video Codec Promises Tiny, Incredibly Detailed And Resolution Independent Movies, Gizmodo
Bath scientists making buildings power themselves, Bath Chronicle
Brit researchers aim to replace the pixel, Madshrimps
Inaugural AVR race proves runaway success, Wiltshire Times
Olympic and World medallist Murray ends year with another award, Bath Chronicle
Murray named Britain's Olympic modern pentathlete of the year, Inside the Games
Holly Rush leads the way as Team Bath AC shine at cross-country championships, Bath Chronicle
Rush is torn between two tough events, Wells People
University of Bath student's months of verbal abuse caused fiance to 'snap' and kill her, court told, Bath Chronicle

14 December
Reducing Underwater Noise to Help Health of Marine Wildlife, Hydro International
Abcam joins nanomaterials for life sciences consortium, Sp2 News
Regional cooperation ‘key to cope with environmental disasters’ The News
University of Bath student picks up tenth masters degree, Bath Chronicle
Bath museum architect picks up honorary university degree, Bath Chronicle
Dunn fast-tracked into Bath squad, Western Daily Press
Bath's Emmanuel Nartey and Heather Stanning in Army awards double, Bath Chronicle
Bath Rugby's Tom Dunn on fast-track to the top after moving across the front row, Bath Chronicle
Team Bath's Pamela Cookey to captain England netballers against world champions Bath Chronicle
Financial advisor 'strangled PHD student girlfriend to death during brutal assault which was recorded on her friends’ voicemail' Daily Mail
Woman's violent death captured on voicemail, The Telegraph
Jury hears harrowing tape during Bath murder trial, Bath Chronicle
Murder trial starts, Bath Chronicle

13 December
Bath's Emmanuel Nartey and Heather Stanning in Army awards double, Bath Chronicle
Death of pixels, vector vengeance, YouGear [Also in ExtremeTech, Polygon and Incessus]
Reducing underwater noise to help health of marine wildlife, OptimistWorld [Also in CleanTech]
Big breakthrough on a tiny scale for Bath's cancer scientists, Western Daily Press
Retired nurse donates £250,000 to University's Paralympic Legacy, Stratford-upon-Avon Herald
New drug from snake venom (from Spanish), Globedia

12 December
Scientists to develop new detection technology for life sciences research, Manufacturing Chemist
University of Bath student picks up tenth masters degree, Bath Chronicle
Making it real with 3D printing, Computer World Australia 
Reducing underwater noise to help health of marine wildlife, PhysOrg
New 'flesh-eating bug', papers claim, Hayling Islander

11 December
The rights and wrongs of paying UK taxes, Guardian
University of Bath students' ID card idea to help when children vanish, Bath Chronicle
Mark Chapman from The BLOODHOUND Project to Speak on Designing the World`s Fastest Car, PRLOg
Iconic Moulton bicycle inventor Dr Alex Moulton dies at home near Bradford on Avon, Bath Chronicle
Alex Moulton obituary, Telegraph
Alex Moulton obituary, Guardian
Alex Moulton obituary
, Times
Small-wheeled bicycle inventor Dr Alex Moulton dies, BBC Somerset

10 December
Could online courses be the death of the humanities?, Guardian
3D printing rises, Global News
Bactericides reach new depths, Chemistry World
Gold medallist Amy Williams help out future winter sports stars, MK News 
McNulty backs fellow Britons Furniss and Nesbit for GB, BBC Sport

7 December
Celebrated musician brings quartet to city, Bath Chronicle
Things to do this week in Bath, Bath Chronicle
Students' journey of discovery, Bath Chronicle

6 December
Dr Michael Proulx talks about sensory substitution, Nature
Biological Weapons Convention members to meet in Geneva from 10 to 14 December, The United Nations Office at Geneva
BP launches scholarship programme, Machinery Market
BBC doc portrays DVD stunt cycling footage as 'standard behaviour', Bike Biz

5 December
Research aims to boost recyclability of consumer electronics, 2Degrees
Automotive Testing Technology International Awards winners announced, Automotive Testing Technology International
Young Chemist Review Meeting 2012 past papers, Society of Chemical Industry
Mixed success for University of Bath sports teams, Bath Chronicle
University of Bath's men's basketball team retain top spot, Bath Chronicle
Why It's So Easy To Do Things That Make You Unhappy, Business Insider
Ghana Electoral Commission ready for polls, Voice of Nigeria

4 December
Dr Robert Branston (School of Management) talks about using food waste to make electricity, BBC Radio Bristol
Olympians visit Bath pupils to inspire the next generation, Bath Chronicle
Entrepreneurialism: the new ingredient in an MBA, Guardian
Dr Julian Allwood to lead national research centre, Cambridge Network
Bath University accolade for Holburne Museum expansion architect Eric Parry, Bath Chronicle
EPSRC projects tackle materials recovery and sustainable design, EfficientEnergy
Researchers set sights on resource efficiency 'game changers', Environmental Data Interactive Exchange

3 December
Bath to host launch of revolution in how computer science is taught, Bath Chronicle
Funeral poverty campaigners urge ministers to boost cash help, Guardian
Electricity Networks sector highlights four key challenges, Electrical Portal
Heptares Chief Scientific Officer and Founder Fiona Marshall Receives Prestigious UK "Women of Outstanding Achievement Award", FierceBiotech
Olympian Gemma Howell is on the up, Bath Chronicle
Find the Best Design, Desktop Engineering

30 November
Professor David Miller discusses the Leveson report, BBC Radio Somerset (Listen from 2.12.43), BBC Radio Wiltshire (Listen from 1.34.33) and BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 2.38.35)
Long-term collaborators forge ahead in the fight against heart disease, Health Canal
AdaCore and Altran Praxis Release SPARK Pro 11, I.T Director
Balloon race helps special school, Bath Chronicle
Local stars and Games heroes are honoured, Bath Chronicle
Up to the challenge of taking on elite athletes, This is Somerset
Olympic stars in Bath for the Superstars showdown, Bath Chronicle

29 November
Dr Theo Papadopoulos discusses the financial crisis in Greece, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1.47.30)
Dr Kate Woodthorpe talks about her recent project on families and funerals, Radio 4 (Listen from 1.46)
Electricity Networks sector highlights four key challenges, Electrical Portal
Behind the scenes video with England Rugby Sevens star Dan Norton who trains at the University of Bath.  Rugby Football Union (RFU)
Bath Researchers contribute to study that finds growing stress for some Facebook users, CBS
Supergen can help 'discover new, better ways of making fuels', Machinery and Materials
Electricity networks sector highlights four key challenges, Electrical Times

28 November
Professor Andrew Graves discusses the “welfare state” in the light of a new BBC Survey, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1.37.00)
Professor Paul Gregg talks about the results of a new BBC survey on public perception of the benefits system, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1.19.44)
Dr John Troyer discusses the changing medical definition of death, BBC World Service (Listen from 19.18)
Dr Yuktoshwar Kumar reflects on the new Chinese leadership, BBC Radio Bristol
SETsquared company TopicLogic wins at UK Discovering Start-ups 2012, Contact Centre Solution
Business Administration alumnus Rupesh Patel discusses what its like to study business, Independent
Engaging for success in the UK economy, PRC Conversations
Ruth Goodwin-Groen Named as Managing Director, Noodls

27 November
Bath university's science has commercial potential, South West Business
SETsquared boss Nick Sturge wins national award, Bristol 24-7
Hometown honour for Bargoed football legend, Campaign

26 November
Olympic athletes battle it out in Superstars in Bath, Bath Chronicle
Amy Williams returns to Bath school . . . as a work of art, Bath Chronicle
Tobacco firms use cigarette smuggling to their advantage in Bulgaria research, Health Canal
Why buy that car? Bath Chronicle

23 November
Winner of Eric Wharton Memorial Prize, Society of Chemical Industry
Olympic stars to face Bath hill for TV Superstars challenge, Bath Chronicle
Over £1.4m awarded to project to monitor future carbon storage sites using cosmic rays, Science and Technology Facilities Council

22 November
Bath researcher wins prestigious RIBA architecture award, ADF
University of Bath hosts special tribute to football legend Ivor Powell, Bath Chronicle
ACS Doha International School appoints Susan Leese as Early Childhood Principal, Qatar Is Booming
Swimming: Welsh duo on Euro course for GB, South Wales Echo
Golden start for new University of Bath student Gemma Howell, Bath Chronicle
Successful Careers: A Matter of Confidence, Science Careers

21 November
Ivor Powell funeral: Tributes are paid by friends, BBC News
Are lessons for lecturers the way ahead?, Guardian (blog)
Ex-Dragons' Den star Doug Richard to teach entrepreneurism at SETsquared universities, EN for Business
World championship dream for Bath runner Paul Blake, Bath Chronicle

20 November
Can you help university students make the most of Bath?, Bath Chronicle
BP PLC : BP Establishes Initial Four Year £4.5million UK Undergraduate ..., 4 Traders (see also Noodls, BP-Beyond Petroleum)
Oil and gas giant launches scholarship programme, Times Higher Education
Master Classes by British professors on finance, audit and taxation at the Banking and Finance Academy of the Republic of Uzbekistan, UK in Zimbabwe
Funeral of Ivor Powell to take place later, ITV News
Interview: Doug King, Building 4 Change

19 November
Jon Hunt discusses the news that the University is to receive funding from the £60m investment for science innovation, BBC Radio Somerset (Listen from 2.09.18-2.13.47)
New eco building, Bath Chronicle
BBC announce Superstars Christmas special, The Voice
Bath University to get share of £60m, South West Business
Cyclist hatred is "almost like racial discrimination," says AA prez, Bike Biz
Forester Steve collects Morley Penistan Award, Royal Forestry Society
Sports stars to debate pressures on young talent, Bath Chronicle
The Leidenfrost Effect makes water travel uphill!, io9
Role of father-figures is assessed by University of Bath researchers, Bath Chronicle

16 November
London 2012 Olympic heroes make a fitting cast of Superstars Telegraph
Laura picked for Superstars special ThisisGloucestershire
Peter Wilson among Olympic stars to star in Superstars BBC1 Christmas special ThisisSomerset
Alcohol dangers are highlighted ThisisBath
Uni put in towering display ThisisBath
University of Bath cash injection for business plan ThisisBath
Does architectural education need an overhaul? Architects Journal

15 November
Dr Susan Milner talks about flexible working hours for parents, BBC Radio Wiltshire (Listen from 1.47-1.57)
Dr John Troyer features on Radio 4’s Digital Human programme on Death (Listen from 22.00)
Mo Farah leads the way as BBC confirms line-up for Superstars show in Bath, Bath Chronicle (See also BBC News, Guardian)
Launch for new Community Fund for students, Bath Chronicle
Olympian Sam up for award, Lancashire Evening Standard
Hard line pays dividends (but not hard cash), Times Higher Education
Appointments, Times Higher Education

14 November
Will Marsh speaks about our University hosting the filming of the BBC Olympic ‘Superstars’, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1.56.30)
Students get tour of Olmpic training site, Swindon Advertiser
Dr Iain Davies takes BBC Radio Bristol shopping to discuss Fairtrade (Listen at 23.10 and 1.18.42)
Bath Researcher Wins Prestigious RIBA Architecture Award, Civic and Public Building (See also ADF News)
Olympian Sam up for award, Lancashire Evening Post
People Are Much More Efficient When They Make Mistakes, Business Insider
How I started ethical business ElephantBranded, Start ups

13 November
Career opportunities in the UK automotive sector, The Engineer
New appointments at Northrop & Johnson in France - Charter Brokers, Super Yacht Times
Employee Engagement report: The evidence stacks up, HR Magazine
CEOs from across the Nation Call on UK to Deliver £26bn GDP Growth by Better Engaging Employees at Work, Says Engage for Success, Yahoo! Singapore Finance

12 November
Bring on the female Bishops, say first woman priest Angela Bernes-Wilson Express
Rio defence goal for Olympic golden girls Heather Stanning and Helen Glover ThisisBath
Former Carlisle Utd boss Ivor Powell was a champion from pit to pitch News and Star
Bath University Musicals Society students jump to it for musical challenge ThisisBath
Inventor to talk about 3D printer ThisisSomerset
Bath businesses that care in line for £25,000 ThisisBath

9 November
Dr Yukteshwar Kumar (POLIS) spoke to BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1.45.00) and The Breeze Radio about the recent transfer of political power in China
Dr Iain Davies (School of Management) was interviewed by BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 9.05) and BBC Radio Somerset about his research on Fair Trade products
Little talk of one direction after trio exit the band, Times Higher Education
Funds Premier League: Undervalued success, Interactive Investor
Inspirational footballer and record-breaker, Chippenham People (also featured in This is Bath)
Power of pumpkins, Bath Chronicle
How company was born on honeymoon, This is Bath
Silvercorp (SVM) Announces Management Appointments,
Inventor to talk about 3D printer, This is Somerset
Innovative online portal provides free access to university-generated software, Angel News (also covered by IT Analysis, and elsewhere)
HR must be rebranded as an innovative business function, says HR director of Adidas UK, HR magazine

8 November
Classroom therapy may not be answer to treating depression in teenager Zimbio (and Medical Xpress)
Angela Berners-Wilson: I was the first female priest in England The Guardian
Bath Uni student at House of Commons Heart FM
Sports Convention & Expo Continues For 2nd Day With More Talks
Innovative online portal provides free access to university-generated software
The NonProfit Press
Bath Science Café: The challenges of web security Noodls
Physics PhD student wins best poster prize at international conference Noodls
Bath's Olympic silver medallist Michael Jamieson is king of the shortcourse swimming championships Bath Chronicle
Haribo flavour fudge is Bath's recipe for fundraisers' sweet success Bath Chronicle
Grant winners THE

7 November
Classroom therapy may not be answer to treating depression in teenagers, Health Canal
Fears that Fairtrade principles are being diluted by big firms, The Scotsman
Bath researchers put rugby scrum under the spotlight, Bath Chronicle [Also on SuperSport]
Soccer legend Ivor Powell dies, Independent [Also on ITV News, Herald Sun, Daily Mail, MSN Sport, Football 365, This is Wiltshire, Wales Online, and more]

6 November
John Troyer discusses end-of-life planning with BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 9.47-14.51)
Andrew Graves discusses electrical retailer Comet going into administration, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1.21.48-1.24.33) 
Bath D:BATE to look at sporting children's sacrifices, Bath Chronicle
Printing at home goes 3-dimensional, Australian Financial Review
Bath designed dementia sufferers' clock wins award, Bath Chronicle

5 November
Team Bath's Rory Howorth starts with a bang, Bath Chronicle
Focus on Sport, Sport Focus
Bobsleigh star Serita Stone back on track after horror smash, Bath Chronicle
British Olympic swimming star Lizzie Simmonds splashes down in Bath, Bath Chronicle
Wants: MPharm research, PJ Online

2 November
Thousands to attend fireworks spectacular the Recreation Ground in Bath, Bath Chronicle
Double Olympian Simmonds makes the move to Bath,
Fudging the issue to raise cash, Bath Chronicle
Bobsleigh star Serita Stone back on track after horror smash, Bath Chronicle
Gregg's second medal, Bath Chronicle
Success at the double for Louise, Bath Chronicle
Grant winners, Times Higher Education
Task force launches architecture school revolution, Architects’ Journal

1 November
Blank brain images speak volumes about the pressures on pharmacists, PJ Online
Bath picks UPP for student FM, FM World
Fair Trade: Study Shows Some Companies Are Better At Playing Fair, Food Ingredients First


31 October
Bath leaves 1994 Group THE
University of Bath leaves 1994 Group Thisisbath
Will Olympic champion Mo Farah lead the race to be crowned Superstars champion in Bath? Thisisbath
Bath Olympian Samantha Murray plays piano live on BBC Radio 3 . . . after just six lessons Thsisbath
University of Bath withdraws from 1994 Group University Business
Fair trade: Study shows some companies are better at playing fair

30 October
Appointments round-up, Times Higher Education
Students and Politics: Are We Bothered?, Huffington Post
Fair trade: study shows some companies are better at playing fair, Alpha Galileo
Piano challenge is music to the ears of Bath's Olympic silver medal winner Samantha Murray, One news page
Europe's lost generation costs €153bn a year, study finds,
Mo Farah and Brownlee brothers take part in Superstars, Scottish Sun
Free uni open to all, bar none,

29 October
Christine Griffin talks about the changes over the past 30 years in how society views young women, BBC Radio Wiltshire (Listen from 14.04)
Hanna Diamond discusses the significance of shaving hair and why people care for hair on their heads, BBC World Service ‘The Why factor’, (Listen from 5.46)
Up in Smoke: Europe's tumultuous tobacco fight, Global Post
Focus on Sport, Sport Focus
Generous in cancer battle, Somerset Standard
Jinxed generation's plight worsening, Financial Times (Subscription needed)
Top Judo Coach for Zim,
Olympic modern pentathlon medallist Murray tackles piano challenge for Children in Need, Inside the Games
Expensive Skin Creams Fail Test, Real style network
Uni teams court success in busy week, Bath Chronicle

26 October
VINCI to construct new teaching building for University of Bath, World Interior Design Network
Generous in cancer battle, This is Somerset
Uni teams court success in busy week, Bath Chronicle
Gearing up for the fireworks, Bath Chronicle

25 October
Dr James Betts talks about food labelling, BBC Radio Wiltshire (Listen from 2.31.35-2.38.47)
Dr John Troyer presents his ‘Future death’ talk at the TEDx event in Bristol
Bath business student supports two Big Issue artists, BBC News Bristol
Double sailing accolade for University of Bath graduate Alexandra Rickham, Bath Chronicle
Coming to the rescue of city's crumbling gems, This is South Wales
Home vigil honors a mother's last wish, Minnesota Public Radio
More people choose 'green' funerals, Minnesota Public Radio
As U.S. Army closes bases, Germans bid sad farewell, Lake Wylie Pilot

24 October
Professor Andrew Graves discuss consumerism of choice, BBC Radio Wiltshire (Listen from 30.10-36.55)
AN EDUCATION IN WOOD: from the Wood Awards 2012 shortlist, Trada
Europe's lost generation costs €153bn a year, study finds, EGov monitor
Engineering Environmental Architecture at Bath, Architects’ Journal
Do motorists drive closer to cyclists wearing helmets?, Crikey Blogs
Bath business student supports two Big Issue artists, BBC News
Vinci Construction Awarded £16m University Contract,

23 October
Rugby union's referees left exposed by findings of IRB examination of the modern scrum The Telegraph
Vinci signs £16m Bath University contract The Construction Index (and Public Sector Construction and Construction Enquirer)
Final six announced for Autocar-Courland Next Generation Award SMMT
Europe's Lost Generation Costs $200 Billion A Year: Study Business Insider

22 October
After the Gary McKinnon Case - Why Computer Hackers Are Nearly Always Men - And Why Male And Female Brains Don't Understand Each Other  Huffington Post
Academic blogging: the power and the pitfalls – live chat Guardian Higher Education
Europe's lost generation costs €153bn a year, study finds Guardian
Isla Scott’s achievement recognised Isle of Man Today
Bradford University's Dr Sarah Dixon takes on new role in China Telegraph & Argus
More HMO red tape could deter investors This is Bath

19 October
Serita Shone returns to bobsleigh after spine fracture, BBC Sport
Scottish independence: the implications for defence, Public Service Europe
Children uncover miniature worlds, This is Somerset
5 Reasons Why 3D Printers Are Pretty Cool, Huffington Post
Spice Up Your 3-D Prints With Custom Plastics, Wired Blogs
Prestigious deal for ethical bag company, Bath Chronicle

18 October
Duchess of Cambridge gives addiction charity royal support, Daily Telegraph
Bath student Louise Hunt serves up more wheelchair tennis success, Bath Chronicle
Scientists investigate using snake venom to design new heart drugs, Optimist World

17 October
Golden girl Heather Stanning still gunning for glory in Army career, Bath Chronicle
Christie + Co appoints Head of Business Development, Property Magazine International
FIRST OPINION: Sweetened health campaigns open up a very sour can of worms, BDlive

16 October
ATHLETICS: Funding boost for Talbot, This is Wiltshire
Cameras help image live biological specimens in 3-D, Vision Systems Design
Serita is back on track, Dorset Echo

15 October
Dr Aurelien Mondon discusses whether Tony Abbot, the leader of the Australian opposition, is a sexist, Independent
Bath student's Syrian horror inspires friends to race, Bath Chronicle
Trio set to bolster Team Bath's Superleague squad, Bath Chronicle
Honour for coach to Olympic champions, Wiltshire times
Serita Shone returns to bobsleigh after broken back, Daily Mail
Sing for your health, Mature Times
‘QE only benefits the financial sector, not wider economy’, Pensions Age

12 October
Professor Chris James comments on school governing and the importance of recruitment to school governing bodies, BBC Radio Kent (Listen from 1.48.00-1.50.34)
Grocery sector cuts supply chain waste by 8.8 per cent, Resources Magazine
Snake venom could be used to design new heart disease drugs, e! Science News
University logo goes on display, Bath Chronicle
From the Cambrian Explosion: Complex Brains and Other "Headaches" for Darwinian Evolutionists, Discovery Institute
Health researchers join the Goldies to improve wellbeing, This is Somerset
An inquiry into liberal bias at the BBC must be independent, Guardian (Blog)
Snake venom can help heart and blood pressure drugs, Western Daily Press
Snake venom can help your heart, say Bath researchers, Bath Chronicle
Golden-Oldies could go on prescription, say Bath University researchers, Bath Chronicle

11 October
Professor Andrew Graves talks about the BAE merger, Radio 5 Live Morning Reports (Wed am) (Listen from 20.05-23.37) (Also on BBC Radio Bristol 1.50.34-1.53.04)
Professor Andrew Graves discusses the possibility of the colonnades in Bath being turned into cafes and restaurants, BBC Radio Bristol (Wed am) (Listen from 1.56.45-1.58.03)
Professor Chris Martin comments on the prospects for the economy, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1.06.43-1.09.51)
Professor Chris Martin discusses his research on quantitative easing, BBC Radio Wiltshire (Listen from 15.34-20.01)
Dr Nicholas Waterfield comments on the Pseudomonas outbreak at Bristol Southmead hospital, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 39.24-42.50)
Professor Bruce Morley discusses the effect of this year's poor harvests on the economy, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 2.41.47-2.47.09)
Afroditi Stathi discusses the University’s involvement with the ‘Golden Oldies’, BBC Radio Somerset (Listen from 23.13-28.50)
A revolutionary idea, Reno News & Review
Snake venom can help your heart, say Bath researchers, Bath Chronicle
Wazoku Funnel helps turn university students into entrepreneurs, Tech World
Quantitative easing only benefits the financial sector, UK research finds,
Snake venom to help people with high blood pressure, Yahoo! UK & Ireland Lifestyle
Snake venom could be used to design new heart disease drugs,
Study gives clues to causes of motor neurone disease,
Landlords called to meeting, South West Business
Is your face cream good enough?, Times of India

10 October
'Be good neighbours', Bath students urged, Bath Chronicle
Marine worms reveal the deepest evolutionary patterns, Science Daily
Mitt Romney's Bain Made Millions On Big Tobacco In U.S., Russia, Huffington Post
Student wannabes take University of Bath basketball test, Bath Chronicle
Kent schools 'high' governor vacancy rate, BBC News
Snake venom could be used to design new heart disease drugs, Health Canal
Study gives clues to causes of Motor Neurone Disease, Health Canal
Bath make free offer to City and Rovers, Bath Chronicle
Bath students pass BBC University Challenge test, Bath Chronicle
Degrees mean little in global office, The Australian

9 October
Professor Andrew Graves speaking about the recall of vehicles at Honda, BBC Radio Wiltshire (Listen again from 1.04.36-1.10.03)
Beauty creams have no effect, Female first
Teenage engineer from Faversham wins £3000 scholarship, This is Kent
Third of jobseekers back on the dole within eight months (UK) – Policy Exchange, The Brotherhood Library Current Awareness Portal
Mitt Romney's Bain Made Millions On Big Tobacco In US, Russia, Huffington Post
Glasgow on radar for eager Prentice, Aberdeen Press & Journal

8 October
Even the most expensive cosmetic creams can't live up to claims that they repair skin from within, study finds, Iconocast
Gateshead technology firm filtering out right investors,
University of Bath ranked third best, Southwestbusiness
Approval for £26m academic building, Bath Chronicle
Beware skin cream claims, Independent
Swim star appeals for help after fund blow, This is Somerset

5 October
Project aims to boost lifetime of flexible disposable solar cells, The Engineer
Cosmetic creams cannot 'repair skin from within': study, Business Standard
'Best season yet' to kick off, Bath Chronicle
Nanotechnology - We've only scratched the surface…,
Approval for £26m academic building, Bath Chronicle
Uni's new crop of sporty students, Bath Chronicle

4 October
Student Ross Mounce took part in a discussion on Open Access with David Willetts and Janet Finch on BBC Radio 3 (Listen from 14.40)
Bath scientists say effects of beauty cream only skin deep, This is Somerset
Climate change makes metabolism test invalid, scientists find, Medical Xpress
Bath to host Special Olympics GB 2013 National Summer Games, BBC Sport
Nanoparticles getting under your skin? Maybe not, actually, Fierce Drug Delivery (See also Sydney Morning Herald, IEEE Spectrum)

3 October
Professor Richard Guy discusses his latest research that challenges claims that nanoparticles in medicated and cosmetic creams are able to transport and deliver active ingredients deep inside the skin, BBC World Service Newshour (Listen from 44.04-38.06)
Pedro Estrela discusses the Marie Cure PhD studentships on BBC Radio Wiltshire (Listen from 1.44.50-1.51.13)
Steve Ong is PPA CEO, Malay Mail
UK researchers challenge efficacy of nanoparticles in cosmetics,

2 October
Professor Richard Guy discusses his latest research that challenges claims that nanoparticles in medicated and cosmetic creams are able to transport and deliver active ingredients deep inside the skin, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1.23.42-1.26.59)
Even the most expensive cosmetic creams can't live up to claims that they repair skin from within, study finds, Daily Mail (See also Yahoo! UK & Ireland Lifestyle, R&D Mag, Vision Systems Design,, Cosmetic business, Nanowerk,     
University of Bath ranked best for architecture, Building design
Join a netball team, Zest magazine
Honeymoon food poisoning leads to international success with their online social conference directory, Optimist world
Charles Stanley Group plc, Noodls-UK

1 October
University of Bath 'third best in UK', Bath Chronicle
Gregg makes light of weight change, Bath Chronicle
Green light for university development, Insider Media
Bath University is best in the South West, ITV News
National student survey: UK student satisfaction reaches new record, Daily Telegraph
University of Bath ranked third in Sunday Times guide, BBC News
Steve Ong is CEO of PPA, The Star Online


28 September
Dr Gian Luca Gardini comments on David Cameron’s visit to Brazil, Rio Times
Dr Aurelien Mondon discusses the ‘anti-white racism’ debate in France, Independent
Roundswell girl into final of TV dress design competition, This is North Devon
Pulling back from open source hardware, MakerBot angers some adherents, CNET
Just how crucial is breakfast?, Bath Chronicle
Research into rugby injuries, Bath Chronicle
Sliders swap ice for hot air, Bath Chronicle
Student start-up company secures John Lewis distribution deal, Startups
ElephantBranded student entrepreneur bags John Lewis distribution deal, EN for business
Choosing the right university: what makes a university 'better'?, Daily Telegraph
Cable here to launch skills drive, South West Business
Green light for university development, Insider Media

27 September
Light Blues cannot harness wind power, Cambridge News
Team Bath judo player Gregg Varey claims European Cup silver, Western Daily Press
SETsquared student entrepreneurship events paying off for ElephantBranded,
Good news for the postal service: Snail mail is far from dead, research finds, Optimist World
Bristol and Bath Science Park celebrates its first anniversary, ITV News
Appointments, Times Higher Education
Arts research: from spin-out to sandbox, Guardian Culture

26 September
Professor David Coley talks about the need to monitor weather to build sustainable buildings, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1.52.04-1.53.56)
Special Olympics to be held in Bath next year, Bath Chronicle
Return to reality for Olympic rowing champ, Salisbury Journal
Poverty requires deliberate steps, The News International
Team Bath judo player Gregg Varey claims European Cup silver, This is Somerset

25 September
Keep psychology in mind, Independent
Universities That lead To The Highest Salary, Huffington Post
RIP – Rest in Poverty. The end of life time bomb, FPR
Social network site brings young cancer sufferers together, Bournemouth Echo
UW Professor's Book Assesses Progress in Achieving Sustainable Economies, University of Wyoming News
Shared housing to feature in roadshow, Bath Chronicle
33pc living below poverty:Report, Pakistan Observer

24 September
Design guru chases greased lighting, Press Association
TestPlant appoints three new chief officers to drive international growth, Melodika
MBA student turns thesis into a blooming e-commerce business, Manila Standard Today
Devizes Dad wins physics teacher scholarship, This is Wiltshire

21 September
Startup workshop for budding entrepreneurs, Bath Chronicle
Is bamboo suitable for mainstream construction?, eg magazine
The Future Cemetery, Huffington Post
JUDO: Croatia calling is a big deal for Jemima, This is Wiltshire
Call for clarity on student debt, Guardian
Girls given chance to train with Bath's 2012 rhythmic gymnastics history-makers, Bath Chronicle
Straw in school building, Bath Chronicle
Help for Indian orphans, Bath Chronicle
Expert duo for Hydro, Tazmania Mercury
Realshare: Social network site for young people for cancer helps them support each other by sharing experience, Optimist World
Bath's rhythmic gymnasts' shine in Michael Woods' pop video, Bath Chronicle
Olympic silver medalist Samantha Murray's new BBC challenge, Bath Chronicle

20 September
At the top, too short a season, Times Higher Education
Sophisticated social network to crow about, Bath Chronicle
Too poor to die, Business Spotlight (Germany)
England netball star Pamela Cookey returns to Bath, Bath Chronicle
Use of DC could change the way our buildings are powered, Building 4 Change

19 September
New research centre for disabled sportsmen and women at University of Bath, Bath Chronicle
Environment: Going Green, Business Education
Graduate Nick Hynes in BIMA Digital Hall of Fame, The Drum
Funeral costs up 71% since 2004, Guardian

18 September
The Surprising Economics of Sex Ratios, The Atlantic Cities
Strictly Come Dancing star Anton du Beke star premieres new work in Bath, Bath Chronicle
Nice opens applications for social care fellowships, Guardian
Natural burials increase as people favour more environmentally friendly way of being laid to rest, Optimist World

17 September
Olympian Andrew Willis inspires young swimmers on return to Bracknell, Get Bracknell
Adam joins GB squad for Italian job, Bath Chronicle
New research centre for disabled sportsmen and women at University of Bath, Bath Chronicle
Charlotte’s passion to uplift living standards for all, Zambia Daily Mail
'Gutted' sailor Alexandra Rickham misses out on golden target, Bath Chronicle

14 September
Worship of Nature Pollutes Crystal Blue Seas, AZocleantech
Funeral costs up 71% since 2004, Guardian
City welcomes home Games heroes, Bourne local
Dangers of a modern playground Updated: 2012-09-14 09:46, China Daily
Ben Rushgrove: I had to prove I'm still one of the top guys in the world, Bath Chronicle
Ospreys set to unleash Grabham, This is South Wales
Make that call, plead Goldies, Bath Chronicle

13 September
Bath welcomes Olympians and Paralympians in city parade, BBC News
Cheering crowds greet parade of Bath's Olympic and Paralympic heroes, Bath Chronicle
Mapping the social networking of birds,
Michael Jamieson, The Journal
The cost of dying rises, Daily Telegraph (See also Talk Talk, Daily Star, Express and Star)
Cheering crowds greet parade of Bath's Olympic and Paralympic heroes, Bath Chronicle

12 September
Top universities for happiest students revealed, Which?
Calling on Bath to help Golden-Oldies in National Lottery phone poll, Bath Chronicle
UK grapples with youth unemployment, Financial Times Deutschland
Will you be joining the party as Bath welcomes home Olympic and Paralympic heroes? Bath Chronicle
Trouble in paradise: Does nature worship harm the environment?,
Deloitte appoint Rhianne Cox director at Cardiff office, Wales Online

11 September
Saudi Arabia prepare for tennis success, Arab News
How low can you go?, Building for Change

10 September
Vanessa Clarke Bath fall death 'misadventure' BBC
Defiant David hails best day of his life Bath Chronicle
Bath sailor Alexandra Rickham helps makes British Paralympic history Bath Chronicle
Hart gets bronze lift Bath Chronicle
New collaboration opens at the Rondo Theatre with one-man production Bath Chronicle

7 September
Defiant David hails best day of his life, Bath Chronicle
Hart gets bronze lift, Bath Chronicle
Paralympians primed for competition at Games training camp, Evening Standard
Bath swimmer Liz Johnson takes bronze at Paralympic Games, Bath Chronicle
Paul has sights on more glory, Bath Chronicle
Jardine Lloyd Thompson announces major charitable donation to help disarm addiction, JLT Group
Somerset Paralympians - Katrina Hart, Great British Life
Somerset Paralympians - Sophie Kamlish, Great British Life
Please vote for the Golden Oldies project, says patron Sir Cliff, Mature Times

6 September
Department for Health researchers Keith Stokes, Grant Trewartha and PhD student Matt Cross looking at a new method of examining injured players for concussion during matches features in, Times Higher Education Campus Roundup
The announcement of newly promoted professors Stephen Husbands, Ed Feil and Will Wood has featured in, Times Higher Education Appointments
Bath Paralympic hero Paul Blake grabs a silver on big family night, Bath Chronicle
Olympians and Paralympians make a heroic return to Bath, Bath Chronicle
Pride of Bath play their part in Paralympics medal haul, Bath Chronicle
Flirting with Life: RepRap 3-D Printer Copies Its Way Into the World, Technologist (blog)
THE Awards 2012 shortlist, Times Higher Education
September 2012, Professional Engineering
Bath's Liz Johnson adds bronze to gold and silver, ITV News
Trend for natural burials grows rapidly in West, This is Somerset

5 September
Bath academic reveals rising interest in eco-burials, Bath Chronicle
Dorset Paralympians - Paul Blake, Great British Life
Trend for natural burials grows rapidly in West, Western Daily Press
Paralympics 2012: Paul Blake makes supreme effort to secure silver, Guardian

4 September
Ellie Simmonds sets new world record in 200m medley heats, Wales Online
Joining the unjoinable, Chemistry World
Durham University study says woodland burials are booming, Guardian
It's 20 years since polytechnics became universities – and there's no going back, Guardian
Disabled athletes face segregation in coaching researchers say, Medical Express

3 September
Tuning a piano ‘moulds the mind’, Trinidad Guardian
Researchers discover that B3 vitamins can fight of Staphylococcus bacteria, Labmate Online
Women vs. Men: Social's Not for Sissies, No Matter What John Tesh Says, Business to Community
Bath graduate's £100000 boost for literary magazine, Bath Chronicle
Effects of recession puzzle economists, Financial Times (Subscription needed)

August 2012

31 August
Professor Andrew Graves discusses the failings of the DWP Job centre in advertising job vacancies, BBC Radio Somerset (Listen from 1.38.05-1.42.28)
West's Paralympians vow to change perceptions and bring in a record medal haul, Western Daily Press
Celebrating spirit of the Paralympics, Bath Chronicle
Future stars get a feel for the Games, Bath Chronicle
British lecturer compiles best student excuses, Daily Me
'My World Of Warcraft character has died': List of student excuses for late homework, Daily Mail
I'm so lucky I still get to be a part of Paralympics after my heartache, Bath Chronicle

30 August
Olympic adventure has made us stronger, says Bath rhythmic gymnast Georgina Cassar, Bath Chronicle
Jesson eyes a medal, Crawley News
Students' tales of the unexpected, Times Higher Education
Appointments, Times Higher Education
The Best Student Excuses, Inside Higher Education

29 August
Emeritus Professor of Psychology Helen Haste features on Radio 4 programme ‘ Your starter for ten; 50 years of university challenge’ (Listen from 6.54)
Hurdler Jack Green resists temptation to switch to flat, BBC News Kent
Continental setbacks drive ParalympicsGB duo Katrina Hart and Paul Blake forward, Bath Chronicle
Bath day of celebration as Paralympic flame marks send off for GB athletes, Bath Chronicle
Midland athletes going for gold at Paralympics 2012, Birmingham
Bath student Louise wants to be queen of Eton Manor, Bath Chronicle
Special buses prove to be just the ticket for Paralympic athletes, Bath Chronicle
Rio-style carnival amid the showers as Bath joins Paralympic Lantern celebration, Bath Chronicle
RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS: Francesca's unsure of future, This is Wiltshire
ATHLETICS: Talbot is in this for the long run, This is Wiltshire
British Paralympic prospects for Sochi 2014 and Rio 2016 visit London 2012 training camp, Inside World Parasport
Rio-style carnival amid the showers as Bath joins Paralympic Lantern celebration, Bath Chronicle
Doctor Penny is medic for Paralympics' toughest sport, Plymouth Herald
Vitamin B3 'helps kill superbugs', BBC News (See also The Daily Star, Rocket News, The News)
University of Bath research tackles rugby head injuries, Bath Chronicle
Heart attacks among non-smokers fall by a QUARTER after ban stubs out passive smoking, Daily Mail
Major increase in business tourism gives Bath a boost, Bath Chronicle

24 August
What does Tony Nicklinson’s legacy teach us?, Western Daily Press
Joanne’s life story to hit the big screen, Irish Examiner
Who, What, Why | A Bright Red Lake in Camargue, France, AnOther
Right to die fight will go on after Tony Nicklinson's death says campaigner, Gazette & Herald
A clue to keep employees happier during budget-cut times,
Uni enterprise funding, Bath Chronicle
Researchers from University of Bath Report Recent Findings in Surface Antigens, News RX
Video: The toughest decision of my life, by Bath athlete Ben Rushgrove's mother, Bath Chronicle
Samantha's silver surge, Bath Chronicle
Bath a real home from home for GB, Bath Chronicle
No need for cheerleaders as Bath sprinter Ben bids to raise roof, Bath Chronicle
Bath footballer Martin Sinclair is dreaming of ParalympicsGB Riverbank riches, Bath Chronicle
Quadruple champion is after elusive crown, Bath Chronicle
Sevens success adds up for students, Bath Chronicle
Calls for shake-up of architectural and construction training and practise, Building better healthcare

23 August
Dr John Troyer discusses the death of Tony Nicklinson, BBC Radio Lincolnshire (Listen from 1.31.00-1.35.28)
Dr Keith Stokes talks about his study in concussions in rugby, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1.21.35-1.24.46)
Right-to-die fight 'will continue' despite Tony Nicklinson's death, say experts, Independent
Tony Nicklinson: battle for right to die goes on, Daily Telegraph
New material to bamboozle construction industry, Construction Digital
Paralympics GB heroes fine tune preparations in Bath, Bath Chronicle
City's Games hero makes a big splash, Evening Times
UK team investigates potential of bamboo for home construction, International Forest Industries
Bath graduate clinches TV investment, South West Business Insider
London will be electric – Rushgrove, This is Somerset

22 August
Coverage of the blind ParalympicGB footballers training on campus, BBC Points West (Watch from 17.09)
Gold standard ParalympicGB team training transport sorted, Bath Chronicle
Psychologists from all over the world to attend social psychology event in Scotland, Alpha Galileo
ParalympicsGB finalise London 2012 preparations at University of Bath, Insideworldparasport
Volunteers out in force again as London welcomes the world's Paralympians, Independent
Medal inspiration for Paralympics, 21 August
Dr John Troyer discusses the Tony Nicklinson right to die case, BBC Radio Lincolnshire (Listen from 38.20-45.55)
Team investigates potential of bamboo for home construction, Engineer
Bath's Paralympians prepare, ITV News
Expanded TMO role and concussion protocols in Premiership,
Aviva Premiership Rugby to trial new laws, Super XV
RFU medics tackle concussion head on,
The best carbs to eat for cycling, Bike Radar
The economics of the madhouse, Guardian 20 August
Paul Salkovskis talks about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), BBC Radio 4
John Troyer talks about assisted suicide following the Tony Nicklinson case, BBC Radio Bristol
The end of the affair? Why inspiration from London 2012 might be short-lived, Independent
The best carbs to eat for cycling,
Scottish Rugby supports Scrum Forces Project, International Rugby Board
‘I am condemned to a life of more indignity and misery’, Western Daily Press
Trained NHS Therapists Can Help Insomniacs, MedCompare
New Book Reveals How Advertising Seduces Our Subconscious,
As London quiets down, British bask in a post-Olympic glow, Axcess News
Hastoe to film 'straw bale' homes build process,
The Bath Soup School graduates, This is Bath
Travel Tuesdays get moving at RUH, Bath, This is Bath
Ash Atalla interview: 'Sometimes I feel like Rambo in the woods', The Guardian
A-level success is just the tonic for five off to study medicine at university, This is Derbyshire
Pharmacy dreams will be fulfilled, This is South Wales
A-LEVELS: Teenager who could hardly speak English five years ago is exam high-flyer, Bournemouth Echo

17 August
Dr John Troyer discusses the Tony Nicklinson end-of-life court case, BBC Points West TV (Watch from 5.39-8.26)
Dr John Troyer discusses the Tony Nicklinson end-of-life court case, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 50.09-54.55)
Bamboo: The new super construction material,
Magic Murray looking forward to break, Bath Chronicle
Disappointed duo urged not to quit, Bath Chronicle
Ghana's first judo Olympian visits Kingsley School camp, North Devon Journal
British Paralympians and EDF Energy team up to go for sustainability gold, Inside World Passport
Stamps, postboxes & sustainability for Paralympics, Sport Industry
Alec is king of Woods once again, Bath Chronicle
University of Bath appoints Professor of Healthcare Engineering, Medical Technology Business Europe
Homelss "graduate" from job training scheme, Southwest Business

16 August
Starting Gun: Jack Meredith’s back on track, Liverpool Echo
Water in French Lake Turns Red, JD Journal
Professor Paul Gregg comments on the UK’s problem of youth unemployment, The Globe and Mail
British Paralympic Association and EDF Energy go for sustainability gold, World of renewables
Is there a shift to girl power in top jobs?,
University of Bath wins a share of £2m, South West Business
'They can all beat the world... and maybe then so can we', Bath Chronicle

14 August
UK grapples for an answer to reverse upward trend of youth unemployment, Financial Times (Subscription required)
Fit in 180 seconds, Men's Health
I'm so glad I gave fans a boost, says Bath Olympic silver medallist Samantha Murray, Western Daily Press
Samantha Murray: Winning modern pentathlon silver at London 2012 was 'a privilege' This is Somerset
Samanatha Murray: winning silver was "electrifying",
Murray wins Britain's final medal of the Games, Gulf News
Religious freedom office in final set-up stages: Government, The First Perspective
ITM Power plc : 'Investing in Future Transport' at City Hall, London, 4-Traders

13 August
Professor Chris Martin discusses the effect on the Eurozone of Germany possibly falling into a recession, BBC Radio 4 Today (No link available)
Bath girls triumph against adversity to make a bit of Olympic history, Bath Chronicle
£100m construction bonanza at Bath university, Construction Enquirer
Olympic hammer finalist Sophie almost gave up sport at 14, Lancashire Telegraph
Michal Soták new head of research at C&W, Property Magazine International
London 2012 Olympics: We owe a lot to the 70,000 volunteers that made the Games a success, London Evening Standard
New refectory planned for £100m Bath University investment, Tuco
Bath student celebrates winning last GB medal, ITV News
A big golden goodbye to our glorious Games of 2012, Bath Chronicle
Pentathlon: All-round Samantha Murray keeps GB in the medals to the end, Independent
Rockcliffe couple’s Olympic joy, Galloway News
Focus on Sport, SportFocus
Welcome to the modern pentathlon: the oddest test of a complete athlete, Independent
Minerva Bath heroine Helen sparks rowing surge, Bath Chronicle
Baton error mars Bath sprinter Danny Talbot's Olympic bow, Bath Chronicle
'Could a future Katherine Grainger win gold… who'd partner Andy Murray?', Scotland on Sunday
Samantha Murray wins silver in the modern pentathlon to take Team GB's medal tally to 65 at London 2012 Olympics, Daily Telegraph
Samantha wins silver,
Pentathlon: All-round Samantha Murray keeps GB in the medals to the end, World News

10 August
Deputy VC Kevin Edge speaks about the University’s Capital Investment, BBC Points West (Watch from 9.56-10.40)
Deputy VC Kevin Edge speaks about the University’s Capital Investment, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 2.08.40-2.12.47)
The 2012 Games: how to clinch graduate career victory,
Video: £100m Bath University boost will ease pressure on family homes in city, Bath Chronicle
Bath University to invest a hundred million pounds on campus,
University of Bath reveals £100m investment plan, BBC News (World)
Bath hurdler Lawrence Clarke is delighted with fourth in Olympic final, Bath Chronicle
£100m revamp unveiled by university,
gymnasts so grateful for Bath backing, Bath Chronicle
The injury that ended up powering Michael towards Olympic joy, Bath Chronicle
'Driven Gemma deserves her silver lining', Bath Chronicle
Amy backing mate Mhairi to join her in Bath golden gang, Bath Chronicle
'Danny is good enough to pick up my relay baton', Bath Chronicle
Sophie's capital gains, Bath Chronicle
Here's to Francesca's Olympic dream, Bath Chronicle
Practice, Memory and Song – Bath University Student Theatre, The Good Review
Female Finance Professionals Six Times Less Likely Than Men To Make It To The Top,
Danes are ready to go, Bath Chronicle
Uni in research into harnessing sun's energy, Bath Chronicle
Andy is Pozzi-tive that he was right to line up, Bath Chronicle
Is there a shift to girl power in top jobs?, Bath Chronicle
Michael Jamieson: My medal may have shocked some people but not me, Bath Chronicle

9 August
Director of Sport Stephen Baddeley speaks of his joy of TeamBath success at the Olympics and the contribution of the University to British sport, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1.09.00-1.13.23)
Bath hurdler Andy Pozzi: I was right to chase Olympic dream
, Bath Chronicle
Bath sprinter Danny Talbot is leading the race for Olympic relay team, says coach Cossins, Bath Chronicle
Jade Faulkner, who is part of the GB rhythmic, BBC Sport
Suffolk: Cyclist echoes Bradley Wiggins’s calls for extra safety measures in letter to PM
, Gravesend Reporter
Olympic experience to inspire Pouli, Yahoo! UK
OLYMPICS LONDON 2012: Games experience can be roaring success for Pouli, More than the Games
Mixed emotions for Bristol Olympic hurdlers, Bristol Evening Post
£100m revamp unveiled by university, South West Business
Bath hurdler Lawrence Clarke is delighted with fourth in Olympic final, Bath Chronicle
Appointments, Times Higher Education
Athletics: Clarke misses out on medal,

8 August
The success & disappointment of hurdlers Lawrence Clarke & Andrew Pozzi covered on BBC Points West (Watch from 18.53-20.03)
Olympic joy and despair for Bath hurdlers Clarke and Pozzi, Bath Chronicle
West's best would be tenth in London 2012 Olympic Games medal table, Western Daily Press
Manufacturing dead? Not for long. We are all 3D printers now,
Mixed emotions for Bristol Olympic hurdlers, Bristol Evening Post

7 August
Bryn Vaile and TeamBath pole-vaulter Rosie Dixon discussed expectations ahead of Dai Greene’s hurdles final, BBC Points West (Listen from 7.50-9.40)
Scott Thomas’ research into religion’s growing influence in international politics cited in leading English language Italian newspaper, Vatican Insider
Bath's floral support for Britain's Olympic heroes, Bath Chronicle
Higher education's five chariots of fire, Times Higher Education
Ben Carless back as Team Bath Buccaneers target title defence, Bath Chronicle
Dai Greene misses out on Olympic medal in 400m hurdles final, Bath Chronicle
Celebrating the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and UK Connection., We are Children’s
'Tired' Greene just misses out on medal, Independent
Talk of the town: Swim star catches his rivals napping,
Tenth in the world - that is just the West, SouthWestBusiness

6 August
Michael Jamieson speaks about his medal triumphs, Radio 4 (Listen from 2.29.17-2.31.42)
Bath University graduate Gibbons in Olympic tribute to her mother, Bath Chronicle
Video: Bath's Eilidh Child has Olympic stars in her eyes, Bath Chronicle
Bath hurdlers Dai Greene and Jack Green cruise into Olympic semi-finals, Bath Chronicle
Bath forges links with Bethlehem, Bath Chronicle
TRIATHLON: Triathletes all set for Trowbridge, This is Wiltshire
Sports drinks: the myths busted, Fox News

3 August
Michael Jamieson’s success covered and discussed by British Swimming coach Graeme Antwhistle, BBC Points West (Watch from 7.02-10.02)
James Hunter, a student & athlete who trains with Dai Greene spoke about Dai ahead of his first heats today, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1.37.12-1.41.43)
Director of Sport Stephen Baddeley discusses Bath’s continued success at the Olympics, BBC Radio Wiltshire (Listen from 47.35-54.53)
Winter Olympic Games Gold medallist Amy Williams mum talks about the University’s success and the STV’s great facilities, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 5.37-11.07)
Ian Walker comments on Wiggins compulsory helmet debate, Channel 4
Made in Bath – GB's first gold of Olympics, Bath Chronicle
Bath Paralympic Flame Celebration, Bath Chronicle
London 2012 Olympics: swimmer Michael Jamieson sacrificed promising football career, Daily Telegraph
Penalties prove costly, Bath Chronicle
Why Michael Phelps holds no fear for Libyan swimmer Sofyan El Gadi, London Evening Standard
Golden girls Helen Glover and Heather Stanning: From Somerset to London 2012, Western Daily Press
Helen Glover and Heather Stanning: Smiles say 'we did it' at London 2012, Western Daily Press
Jamieson’s silver rounds off terrific day for University of Bath sport, British Universities and Colleges Sport
London 2012 Olympics: Andrew Willis's swimming genes in the family blood, Daily Telegraph
Swimmer slept in altitude chamber, Bourne Local
Motherwell footballer is looking forward to the Paralympics Games in September., Hamilton Advertiser News
Tears and cheers as friends watch rowers bring home gold for Britain, Bath Chronicle
Spiral of banks warns of financial meltdown, New Scientist
FactCheck: Should we make cycle helmets compulsory?, Channel 4 News (blog)
Bath graduate Gemma grabs shock judo silver for Team GB, Bath Chronicle
Don't moan about the weather, say Siberians students in Bath, Bath Chronicle

2 August
Professor Kevin Edge discusses the University’s success in the Olympics, BBC Radio Bristol (38.15-41.49)
Director of Sport Stephen Baddeley discusses the University’s achievements at the Olympic Games, BBC Radio 5Live (1.41.01-1.44.10)
Bath named top 5 sporting university, South West Business
Paralympic hopefuls backed by Bath firms, South West Business
Girls launch IT geek group, South West Business
Records tumble as Bath swimmers Jamieson and Willis go for gold, Bath Chronicle
Better sleep can help women fight serious illness experts find,
Eventing team's London 2012 silver medal a right royal history maker, This is Somerset
Bath rowers carry nation's hopes for first gold medal at the Olympics, Bath Chronicle
Bath University friends' joy at golden moment for rowers, Bath Chronicle
British swimmers Michael Jamieson and Andrew Willis set out to rewrite pre-Olympic script, Independent
Modern Pentathlon: Impossible is Nothing to World Champion Spence, Sports Features Communications
Helen Glover hailed an inspiration by teenage sister, London Evening Standard
Rugby legend issues Bath challenge to Lewisham kid, News Shopper
Journey's end for Bath's rhythmic gymnasts as dream comes true, Bath Chronicle
Jamieson takes silver in the men's 200m breaststroke, ITV News
London 2012 Olympics: how breaststroke factory turned Michael Jamieson and Andrew Willis into formidable forces, Daily Telegraph
Snore more, Mature Times
Age may not wither them but stale sector needs variety of staff, Times Higher Education
Michael Jamieson's seven year wait for glory ends with silver medal triumph, Daily Telegraph
Heather Stanning's gold medal is just the tonic for her Scottish hometown, Guardian
Twitter reaction to Bath rowers' historic Olympic victory, Bath Chronicle

1 August
Men’s 200m breaststoke finalist and Bath graduate Michael Jamieson speaks of his thanks to the University in helping him achieve his Olympic dream, BBC Radio Bristol (42.00-45.25)
Professor Andrew Graves discusses cutbacks at car manufacturer Honda, BBC Radio Wiltshire
Record-breaking Bath students into Olympic swimming semi-finals, Bath Chronicle
Bath's Pozzi and Clarke: Training together set us on a fast track to the big time, Bath Chronicle
I'm not an Olympian yet, says Bath Modern Pentathlete Samantha Murray, Bath Chronicle
The cost of getting Bath's rhythmic gymnastic children to the London Olympics, Bath Chronicle
Two teenage swimmers are the talk of London 2012, BBC Sport
Jamieson and Willis through to men's 200m breaststroke semi-finals,
Catapults to fame and fortune..., Professional Engineering
Bath athletes to follow at the Olympic Games today, Bath Chronicle
Formula racing team gains impressive fourth in Austria, Noodls
Journey's end for Bath's rhythmic gymnasts as dream comes true, Bath Chronicle

July 2012

31 July
Shauna Mullin and Zara Dampney's dream start in London 2012 beach volleyball bid, Western Daily Press
Developing top-quality lecturers: A great way to lift student learning, The Nation
British Army Olympic judoka on his finest sporting moments, Boxscore News
Cash boost brings new life to UK robotics, Machinery and Materials

30 July
Cook and Broadcaster Mary Berry discusses her father’s involvement with founding the University of Bath, BBC Radio 4 Desert Island discs (13.34-14.14)
League of nations making Bath a home from home for Olympics, Bath Chronicle
Are Computer Tutors the key to learning for Autistic pupils?, Medical Xpress
Bath family environment is perfect for happy Child, Bath Chronicle
OLYMPIC GAMES: Better late than never, Wiltshire Times
Egypt Olympian Hadia Hosny makes QNET proud, Virtual Strategy Magazine
How a Bath golfing get-together kept Dan linked to Games, Bath Chronicle
Bath hurdler Jack Green ready to send a message, Bath Chronicle
Guide to Olympic 'runners and riders' for today, ITV News
How rowing test put Zoe, 19, on Rio route, Yorkshire Evening Post
Glover and Stanning set example for Bath University students, ITV News
Academics help athletes in the quest for gold, University World News
Jamieson edged out of 100m breaststroke final place, ITV News
Swimming: Walker-Hebborn fails to make semi-final, ITV News
Ally eliminated yet again; Maxwell to make Olympic debut, Barbados Advocate
Shauna Mullin and Zara Dampney's dream start in London 2012 beach volleyball bid, This is Somerset

27 July
Vaughan Hart talks about Inigo Jones on 'Unbuilt Britain' BBC Radio 4
Bath University charity bride and groom tie the knot for real, Bath Chronicle (see also Yahoo! News, Daily Mail, Kent Online)
How a coach's hunch set pair on way to date with history, Bath Chronicle
Amy: 'Bath always backs its athletes and it will be the same this time', Bath Chronicle
Could a better oil pump really mean better fuel economy?, Torque News
Journey's end for gymnasts as dream comes true, Bath Chronicle
EU funds €1.6m project for straw homes, Materials Handling world Magazine
Golden Greene grateful to get away from the hype, Bath Chronicle
Coaching glory would make some amends for Olympic no-show, Bath Chronicle
Stacey wants to make a big splash after overcoming injury hell, Bath Chronicle
Friendly rivalry can push swimmers on, Bath Chronicle
Africa’s highest ranked Badminton player and member of the QNET qualifies for this year’s Olympics,
Haul of gold for swimming pair, Bath Chronicle
Back-up Bateman still part of team, Bath Chronicle
Jason Gardener: I am not jealous – I have gold already, Bath Chronicle
London 2012: Lee Chong Wei takes on ghost of Wembley, Badminton World Federation

26 July
Professor Bruce Morley discusses the ongoing recession, BBC Radio Wiltshire (1.09.43-1.12.01)
HN: British study highlights ties between tobacco companies and Czech politicians, Prague Daily Monitor
Swimming coach backs Jemma Lowe at Olympics, Hartlepool Mail
Egypt's hopes lie abroad, Daily News Egypt
Swimming rivalry makes a big splash, China Daily Website
Appointments, Times Higher Education
Modern Pentathlon: From the Battered to the Batterer, Woodbridge has his eyes on a medal, Sports features communications
Atos Healthcare: What employers have learned from the UK’s smoking ban, My News desk
Meet the Bath athletes going for gold at the London Olympics, Bath Chronicle 25 July
What your choice of dog breed says about you, Real Homes Magazine
Will London 2012 go swimmingly for Libya? El Gadi dives in for record revolution, Al Bawaba
No better place to swim than in Bath, People’s Daily Online
News, Radio Prague
I will feel part of the Olympic rowing show, says Bath graduate Marcus Bateman, Bath Chronicle
First Seabed Sonar to Measure Marine Energy Effect on Environment and Wildlife, Ocean News and Technology
Meet the Bath athletes going for gold at the London Olympics, Bath Chronicle
EU funds €1.6m straw homes project, Insider Media Limited

24 July
Somerset's Team GB athletes to look out for at London 2012 Olympic Games, This is Somerset
£5m project to promote research into sun's energy,
Cheering on the Bath students at London 2012, Yahoo! Eurosport UK
For US Relayers, Dread of Another Dropped Baton, New York Times
IN BRIEF, Gulf Times
Olympic excitement mounts amidst economic uncertainty, The Journal of Turkish Weekly 23 July
Gre steps out on road to Rio, Your local Guardian
Wok around the clock, Daily Telegraph
Olympic Games are glamorous but intense, says Team Bath director of sport Stephen Baddeley, Bath Chronicle
Video: We'll get Olympic crowd to forget the bikinis, say Bath beach volleyball girls, Bath Chronicle
China's Sun Yang seeks multiple golds in London, CCTV News
National spotlight falls on outstanding Bath University nursery, Bath Chronicle
Olympic excitement mounts amidst economic uncertainty, Southeast European Times
Malaysian squad ready after training in Bath, Malaysia Star
No better place to swim than in Bath, China Daily (see also
Dowabobo proud to be Nauru’s first Olympic judoka, Gulf Times
True Olympic spirit, Barbados Advocate
Chinese swimmers prepare for the Olympics, China Daily US Edition
BADMINTON: The best ever, The Straits Times
London 2012 Olympics' Team GB wags: Why we deserve a medal too!, Daily Mail
Picking a snout, The Himalayan Times
Libyan Swimmer El Gadi at London 2012: Wants to Break Own Record, Tripoli Post
London 2012 Olympics: top 50 tweeters to follow the action with throughout the Games, Daily Telegraph
£5m project to promote research into sun's energy, South West Business
Athletes gear up for London Olympics, Yahoo! India News

20 July
Video: We'll get Olympic crowd to forget the bikinis, say Bath beach volleyball girls, Bath Chronicle
Gare foiled in thrilling medal fight, Bath Chronicle
StartUp Loans scheme ambassadors to inspire young entrepreneurs, Independent
Chinese Olympic Swimming Team Train In Bath, Getty Images
New research hub in Europe receives grant, prepares for opening, Biomass Magazine
I'm getting quicker, Dai warns Olympic gold rival, Bath Chronicle
GB quartet saddle up for training, Bath Chronicle
Genetics Scientists discover new oil palm pest detector, Deutsche Welle (EN)
University becomes part of bioenergy research hub, Insider Media Limited
'Games are glamorous but intense', Bath Chronicle
Move is working for Liz, Bath Chronicle
Bath MBA Loves New Role At No-Bonuses Swedish Bank, Business because
Shuttlers in Bath to visit Oxford University today, Malaysia Star
The price of death: Government's Funeral Payment scheme struggles to cope, 24dash
Narteyl prepares for London 2012 with bronze in Istanbul, Ghana Web

19 July
University becomes part of bioenergy research hub, South West Business Insider
Appointment of Dr Helen Cornwell as Daphne Jackson Fellow, Times Higher Education
University bags bronze in first European International Submarine Races, Engineering and Technology Magazine
Performance enhancement: superhuman athletes, Nature
The price of death,
Students to meet Olympic athletes, UK Education News blog
SETsquared supports Discovering Startups competition, NeonDrum [Also on Pressbox website]
Bath MBA loves new role at no-bonuses Swedish bank, Business Because

18 July
Is the introduction of a Carbon Tax a 'teachable moment' to change habits? The Conversation
Swarm of insect specialists descend on Anglia Ruskin, Cambridge network
Sports drinks, the myths busted, The Daily Meal
UK study says DC pensioners may face small payouts, Aria Pensions [Also on Prudential website.]
Material changes in thin-film solar, PV insider
Marlborough students visit the University and get into the Olympic spirit, Gazette and Herald
SUPERGEN Hub to address burning bioenergy questions, Renewable Energy Magazine

17 July
Some like it hot but Bath's Olympic beach volleyball girls could be covering up, Bath Chronicle
Men's pair bring golden end to World U23s for GB,
Funeral Payment scheme proves it has become "too expensive for poor people to die",
Is the Government’s Funeral Payment scheme fit for purpose?, Mature times
Pauper's funerals increase as Government rejects half of welfare applicants, Daily Telegraph
Olympics-Newton at the Games: Sports Science, Reuters (Also in other news sources)
FAU submarine team competes in England, Sun-sentinel

16 July
Bath's Amelda Gare aiming for Rio breakthrough, Bath Chronicle
Paralympics medals are minimum requirement for Bath trio, Bath Chronicle
Author Profile: Aron Walsh, RSC Publishing Blogs
BADMINTON: Staying under the radar, New Straits Times
Chinese school children meet heroes at University of Bath, Bath Chronicle
Jack Green pens 'chin down, flat back' on his arm before clocking 400m PB, Metro
Rock critic Alexis Petridis reviews the GB Olympics beach volleyball team, Guardian
Winds of change, The Sydney Morning Herald
Understanding the impact of renewables on the marine environment, Cordis News
Is your firm the business? Search is on for the best of Bath, Bath Chronicle

13 July
University of Bath’s facilities praised by the Chinese Olympic Swimming team’s coach, BBC Points West (19.24-20.14)
Probe into tidal effect, Bath Chronicle
Market mentor aids prize students, This is Somerset
Students capture top spot, Bath Chronicle
Trio on top of the world, Bath Chronicle
GB claim medal double, Bath Chronicle
Bath teenager Sophie Kamlish's surprise Paralympics Games selection, Bath Chronicle

12 July
Professor Ian Tonks discusses his latest research into risks in defined contribution pension schemes, Jack FM (no link)
Understanding habits key to sustainable behaviour,
Swimmers arrive earlier to acclimate to British conditions, China Daily
I'll love every minute of my Olympic experience – Emily, This is Somerset
First seabed sonar to measure marine energy effect on environment and wildlife, Innovations Report
DC pension funds present 'considerable' risks for staff, IPE - Investment & Pensions Europe
UK: Individuals bear the risks in defined contribution pension schemes,
Study estimates final pension sizes, The Press Association
UK study identifies inherent DC risks: ARIA post ARIA- Alliance for retirement home security
Private bodies saddle up for state subsidies, Times Higher Education
Lowering the boom could mean some go bust, Times Higher Education

11 July
First Seabed Sonar to Measure Marine Energy Effect, Hydro International
University of Bath-based athletes named in Paralympics GB team,
University of Bath graduate Richard Mantell is in reserve for Team GB squad, This is Somerset
Habit expert to speak at Monash, Monash University

10 July
World champion 400m hurdler Dai Greene appointed captain of British Olympic Athletics team, BBC Points West [24.33-224.54] (see also Inside the Games, CTV Olympics, Post, Metro, Yahoo! News Canada)
Students meet Chinese Olympic swimming team at University of Bath, CBI China
Olympic captain honour for Bath world champion Dai Greene, Bath Chronicle
Former Ashville College pupil begins journey to Brazil 2016, Harrogate News
3D printing: A game changer for manufacturing?, SBS
Greene looks to inspire and entertain as Team GB's athletics captain, Bristol Evening Post

9 July
Celebrating the best of Bath's brain power, Bath Chronicle
Study on internet, Bath Chronicle
'Realising my dream is just phenomenal', Bath Chronicle
£500k pledge for new labs from Dyson, Bath Chronicle
Personal battle adds to new charity chief's drive, Bath Chronicle
OLYMPICS: Royal appointment rounds off the perfect day, Wiltshire Times
China's Olympic swimming team departs for London Games, CCTV News
Rowing: Marcus Bateman odd man out, Bath Chronicle
An invitation to have your say, The Beer Justice

6 July
Professor Ian Tonks gives his perspective on the 'rates fixing' banking scandal, BBC Radio Wiltshire (27.00-37.15)
Mum of three and full time carer Victoria Otten speaks ahead of her graduation ceremony , BBC Radio Bristol  (1.38.36-1.46.20)
Founder of Julian House awarded honorary degree, Bath Chronicle
Professor Paul Cornish discusses the anniversary of the end of the Falklands War, BBC Radio Bristol (No link)
Professor Paul Cornish discusses the 30th anniversary of the end of the Falklands Conflict, BBC Radio Somerset
Army calls up reserve to cope with cuts (Contribution from Professor Paul Cornish, Financial Times (No link)
A sea change? Opinion editorial by Professor Paul Cornish, Western Daily Press (Print only)
It's all go, go, go for stars of the sand, Bath Chronicle
Creole choir's sounds of summer, Bath Chronicle
Annie misses final cut, Bath Chronicle
Visit by rower, Bath Chronicle
'Realising my dream is just phenomenal', Bath Chronicle
World champ inspires girls to get fit and active, Bath Chronicle

5 July
Portishead gymnast Imogen Cairns selected to represent Great Britain at the Olympics, Evening Post
Adam Freeman-Pask named as Team GB reserve for London 2012 Olympic Games, Bath Chronicle
London Olympic Games – a battle of human performance versus sport science and technology, Wikinews
Rhythmic gymnastics group selected for London 2012,
Undersea speed record smashed at first European submarine races,
Is the Government's Funeral Payment Scheme Fit for Purpose?,
Social : 40,000 more school governors needed:business people especially welcome to apply, ECademy
Beach volleyball duo Zara Dampney and Shauna Mullin selected for London 2012 Olympic Games, Western Daily Press
Bath sprinter Danny Talbot named in London 2012 relay squad, Bath Chronicle
The social sex, Times Higher Education

4 July
Professor Bernie Morley speaks to BBC Radio Bristol about graduate employment [Listen again at 1:50:00]
Women will deliberately upload ugly images of friends, Irish Herald and Daily Mail (Also on Chinese language sites CRI Online, Pop Kids Education, Edu163)
Chinese swimmers look forward to Olympic games, Sina (translated)
Chinese swimmers get a taste of home, China Daily
World record set in human powered sub races, Sea Discovery (Also on Hamara Photos, Future of Tech and India Vision)
Beach volleyball duo selected for Olympic Games, This is Bath
Student Danny Talbot named in London 2012 relay squad, This is Bath
Bath student is winner of Cinesite Inspire Internship Programme, BTL News
Is the Government's Funeral Payment Scheme fit for purpose? Yahoo Finance (Also on Money News, Finanz, Premium Presse,
Dai Green: Gold Ambition, Runners World

3 July
University of Bath duo selected for London Olympics, ITV Westcountry (Also on This is Bath)
Computer Science student is Inspire 2012 winner, Animation World Network (Also on Creative Cow, Computer Graphics World and UK Screen Association)
Gender differences in use of the internet, (Also on MedIndia)
World record set at inaugural European human-powered sub races, BYM Marine News (Also on All About Shipping)
Women 'deliberately post ugly photos of friends online', Irish Independent (Also on Today Online)
Ethical bag company is winner of Uni pop shop competition, Non Profit Press

2 July
Smoking ban 'has reduced asthma and heart attacks', Guardian
European defence policy needs recalibration, Foreign Policy
Gosport submarine contest attracts international challengers, Portsmouth News
Tour de France: a mountain of calories, BBC Food Blog
Paraguay, Mexico - Why Mexico and Paraguay are embracing controversial parties of the past,
Human-powered submarine world speed record set, BBC News
Architects plan Slip Bridge of the future, This is South Wales
3DReid student prize 2012 shortlist revealed, Architects’ Journal
Britain sets out inter-faith principles concerning international aid, Insights Magazine
3D printing revolutionises the guitar, Canberra Times (Also Sydney Morning Herald and The Age)

June 2012

29 June
Olympic Day is a running success, This is Bath
WADA awards for Young Investigators, Official Website of the Chinese Olympics Committee
International submarine race takes place in UK, BBC News
Sporty pupils show off their skills at university, This is Bath
West's best inspired by inaugural Games, Bath Chronicle
Judo Gemmas get nod, Bath Chronicle

28 June
Research into the cost of dying by our Centre for Death & Society features on BBC News
Honorary degree for Julian House founder Ian Sutherland, Bath Chronicle
Interview with Fiona Marshall, Cell
The rise and the rise of the pink football boot,
Promotion of graduate premium is tantamount to 'mis-selling', Times Higher Education
Once-a-decade check might be unbalanced, Times Higher Education
Research uncovers tobacco companies' tactics to undermine tobacco control in Czech Republic, Medical Xpress
Multi-junction solar cells come from just one compound, The Engineer

27 June
Student Charis McKenna leads an Olympic Day for Bath's older residents with commentary from GB Bob Skeleton Winter Olympian Adam Pengilly, BBC Points West TV (22.30-24.39)
Research into the cost of dying by CDAS features on BBC One (TV), No link available
Women love social networking while men prefer gambling, (See also The Times of India, Sifi News, Hamara Photos,, Today Online, Medical News Today)
1000 Bath children line up at Summer School Games, Bath Chronicle
Europe's first international submarine race held at Haslar, BBC News
Research uncovers tobacco companies’ tactics to undermine tobacco control in Czech Republic, Health Canal
Is Democracy in Paraguay under threat, or at work?, Alaska Dispatch

26 June
Women 'more attracted to social networking sites', Daily Telegraph
The Lawyer Business: Michelmores, The Lawyer
Bright future for photonics, Professional Engineering
Social networking changing the way men and women use the net, Health Canal
Mars vs. Venus on the Internet – Study shows increasing differences in use, The Next web
Psychologists say Facebook, Twitter harden gender walls,
Euro trashed, Guardian
High hopes for Centres for Excellence, Link 2

25 June
'Ben only ever had one speed. Fast' The Guardian
Paraguay’s Neighbours Protest Swift Removal of Leader Wall Street Journal
Brain drain remains a concern as overseas education gets popular Today Zaman
'Remorseful' Bath attacker sentenced after Crimewatch appeal BBC
The twelfth annual Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Architecture Today
Student trekking to Everest base camp Tavistock Today
New 'flesh-eating bug', papers claim The Southern Reporter
Drugs firm strengthens presence in North East ; MEDICAL [Newcastle Journal (England)] Therapeutics Daily 
The incredible journey of a baton from Afghanistan  Thisisdevon

22 June
The twelfth annual Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, Architecture Today
Glythera relocates to North East as part of £2M funding round, European Pharmaceutical Review
Glythera Relocates to North East as Part of £2M Funding Round, FOX 14
Glythera Relocates to North East as Part of £2M Funding Round, ABC 27
Glythera Relocates to North East as Part of £2M Funding Round, Yahoo Finance
Glythera Relocates to North East as Part of £2M Funding Round, MSN Money
New seating stands out, says Chartres at chair awards, Church Times
Student trekking to Everest base camp, Tavistock Times Gazetter
Geneva Association, IIS Present Shin Research Excellence Awards, Insurance Networking News
Excited Hunt can't wait, This is Bath
Bill Clinton's praise for Bath winner of Google's Young Minds competition, This is Bath
Catherine's dance for joy during opening ceremony, This is Bath
Submarine race, This is Bath
Grant for Ralph Allen burial place, This is Bath
Dr James Betts talks to the BBC about nutrition, BBC Radio Wiltshire

21 June
UK’s 5th man in the 4x100 relay race: Scientist analyzes baton exchanges to speed relay times, The Washington Post (also Kansas City Star, Yahoo! News Canada and online news sources)
Appointments: Professor Eric Arnould, Times Higher Education
Roman Baths kitchen welcomes Dai Greene, Bath Chronicle
Tenbury Wells hillclimb star Alex Summers aims for top 10 finish, Ludlow & Tenbury Wells Advertiser

20 June
Dr John Troyer talks to BBC Radio Bristol about Right to Die case [Listen again at 1:28:00]
Dr William Megill talks to BBC Radio Bristol about the first European International Submarine Races
Bath athletes in the race for European Championship glory, This is Bath
How 3D printing is revolutionising guitar making, The Guardian
Cannot wait for Paralympic games to start: Bath tennis star Louise, Bath Chronicle
Bath student to represent GB at World University Championships, This is Devon

19 June
Bath is top for accounting, South West Business
Olympic bound shuttlers to train in Bath University,, Bernama
Qatar University scholarship students showcase academic opportunities at QU for Qatari students ,AME info
Church chair competition winners announced, bdonline
Why I almost turned down Paralympic torch honour by Bath University psychologist ,Bath Chronicle
New flesh eating bug papers claim , Kirkintilloch Herald
Sun Shines on Race for Life, Bath Chronicle
Europe's future hangs on who's got the best bluff, International Business Times

18 June
The best of Bath in Queen's birthday honours list Bath Chronicle
Why I almost turned down Paralympic Torch honour, by Bath University psychologist Bath Chronicle
Europe’s Future Hangs on Who’s Got the Best Bluff
International Business Times
How 3D printing is revolutionising guitar-making The Guardian
Church chair of the future unveiled Design Week
New 'flesh-eating bug', papers claim
Peterlee Star
Lake Pepto-Bismo
Centres For Excellence Could Save £1 Billion By 2030
Saucy angle to Bath cancer fundraiser Bath Chronicle
Bath duo Mhairi Spence and Samantha Murray want to continue Olympic legacy Bath Chronicle
Bath graduate Marcus Bateman looking to push London Olympics claim
Bath Chronicle

15 June
New 'flesh-eating bug', papers claim, Ripley & Heanor News
Talbot set to begin 200m bid  thisisbath
Evolution go the distance to qualify thisisbath
University to stage mini Olympics  thisisbath
Team effort gets Natalia to Games   thisisbath
You can feel like a winner at Olympic events in and around Bath thisisbath
Dilbert's Boss Syndrome  Evolution News

14 June
Professor Paul Cornish discusses the anniversary of the end of the Falklands War, BBC Radio Bristol (1.10.10-1.17.08)
Prof Paul Gregg on why many school leavers struggle to find work, BBC Radio 4 (21.20)  
Kruse and Bath-based Sheppard are in the hunt for medals, Bath Chronicle
IRB no longer 'pausing', (See also Super XV,
Army looks to reservists to cope with downsizing, Financial Times (Subscription only)
EngD researchers reach Strictly Engineering final, University of Bristol
Dead sexy, or why oldest taboo may have been buried (at least for now), Times Higher Education
Research Is The Way Ahead for Biodiversity, Forbes India
Rewards Cards, ABC Local
Bateman looking to prove his worth, Bath Chronicle
Saucy angle to a cancer fundraiser, Bath Chronicle
Students apply their knowledge, Bath Chronicle
Appointments, Times Higher Education

13 June
Professor Chris Martin discusses the latest state of affairs regarding the Euro, BBC Radio Somerset (1.38.12-1.41.10)
Bath Professor recognised by European Life Sciences Award,
Team Bath open day, Heart
EngD researchers reach Strictly Engineering final, University of Bristol
PRESS RELEASE: Bath University Represent the UK at European International Submarine Races, Imarest
Eleven conservation students to learn skills around world, M&H Online
IRB to address scrum issues with global trial, IRB

12 June
Professor Hardayal Singh appointed the Interim Dean of SOIL, Mesh Press
Friends shift up a gear with British ride, Oxford Mail
A fortnight to go before European Human-powered- Sub Races (Bath Uni is UK contestant at Gosport), All about shipping
University of Bath students revving up for racing challenge, Bath Chronicle
On track for Running Bath performance of the month accolade, Bath Chronicle
Bristol Rovers planning to take another look at Yate midfielder Robin Nicholls, This is Bristol
World University Women's Rugby 7s - Team Selection, British Universities & Colleges Sport
How blogging is revolutionizing dying, Medical Express
The changing face of death (podcast), Eulogy

11 June
Parm Dlay speaks about the University’s Startup Weekend for entrepreneurial female staff and students, BBC Radio Bristol (53.30-59.05)
Bath's Chris Walker-Hebborn strikes gold ahead of second trial chance, Bath Chronicle
British soldier to represent Ghana at 2012 Olympics, Ministry of Defence News
Researchers launch website that monitors the tobacco industry, Health Canal
Swimmer Stacey Tadd picks up silver medal in Spain, This is Somerset
World champion Mhairi Spence leads medal hopes for Bath modern penthathlon stars, Bath Chronicle
Murray overcomes demons,
Changing role of leadership in international education, University World News
University of Bath students revving up for racing challenge, Bath Chronicle

8 June
Bath rowers to go for gold at London Olympics, Bath Chronicle
Smokescreen lifted on tobacco industry tactics, Medical Express
Psychologist to carry the Paralympic flame, The British Psychological Society
Strawberry Pink Lake Color Explained, Earthweek – A Diary of the Planet
It's kid's play for Child as national record falls, Bath Chronicle
Clarke hurdles to top, Bath Chronicle

7 June
Security alert at Bath University after threats to tobacco researchers, Bath Chronicle
Sports drinks give an edge to Olympic-distance triathletes,
Vitamin C and the big 'C', International Business Times UK
African lake is turned pink by high levels of salt, Saudi Senegal
Bath rowers to go for gold at London Olympics, Bath Chronicle

6 June
Bath Alumni Charlie Francis featured on BBC Points West with his nitro ice cream invention, BBC Points West
So It Make Sense That People Want To Carry Their Life In Their Pocket”., Article Dashboard
Sailing in a strawberry milkshake: High levels of salt turn African lake an extraordinary colour, Daily Mail (See also Daily Mirror, Huffington Post Mid Day, All Voices, Zee News, News Tribe)
2 Bath University Students To Raise Funds, Top News
‘Focus on research in U.K. engineering course', The Hindu
Bath students get on their bikes for John O'Groats to Land's End challenge, Bath Chronicle
2 Bath University Students To Raise Funds, Top News United States
Pro-tobacco activists accused of harassing and abusing anti-smoking campaigners as government considers banning branding on cigarette packets, Daily Mail
Cycle campaign group Spokes stops publicising events requiring participants to wear helmets,

1 June
Hacking the Genome, The Scientist
Bath University named one of best in the world, ITV
Bath University named among the world's best, Thisisbath
New 'flesh-eating bug', papers claim, Buxton Advertiser

May 2012

31 May
Dai Greene: I’d settle for finishing last in every race before the London 2012 Olympic Games, Evening Standard
Bath students win the race to launch their own racing car, Bath Chronicle
CuF computation contradicts textbooks, Chemistry world
Odds and quads, Times Higher Education
THE Scholarly Web, The Scholarly web
Appointments, Times Higher Education
Bath: hotels, Daily Telegraph
Bath University named one of best in the world, ITV News
Bath University named among the world's best, Bath Chronicle

30 May
'Stick to basics, specialise later', Deccan Chronicle
Immigration crackdown will damage universities, PM told, Daily Telegraph
The QS top 50 universities under 50 2012, Guardian
CheckRisk rethinks the risk business,

29 May
Bath's Heather Fell takes World Cup silver to keep Olympic hopes alive, Bath Chronicle
The only comfort from losing our treasured Holly is that no other parent will have to watch their child die of Mad Cow Disease, Daily Mail
Stroke victim completes triathlon, Watford Observer
Stephen Pennock’s EPSRC multi-University collaborative project "Mapping the Underworld" is the subject of a half hour programme on Radio 4

28 May
Bath sprinter takes Hart from world double, Bath Chronicle
London 2012: Britain's Mhairi Spence exemplifies the modern era, Guardian
Professor Hugh Lauder from the Dept of Education interviewed on the Asia News breakfast programme about his new book, The Global Auction: The Broken Promises of Education, Jobs and Income.
Lighting the Road to 2012: Amy Williams gets to run with the torch, Daily Telegraph
SETsquared announces winning student entrepreneurs for 2012,
Bath pair are continental champs again, Bath Chronicle
MARTIAL ARTS: Gold joy for Miller, Oxford Mail
Dynamic duo set for cycle trek, Banbury Guardian
3D Printing on the Cheap, Desktop Engineering
Coup for Bath University as it prepares to host computer science summit, Bath Chronicle

25 May
Coup for university as it prepares to host computer science summit, This is Gloucester
Rivals could await pair, Bath Chronicle
Pupils get together for the Ancient Olympics, Bath Chronicle
Charity worker completes her run – a week after giving birth, Bath Chronicle
Miles lead to smiles for ace Hadia, Bath Chronicle
Golden girls close to second spot, Bath Chronicle
Paralympic place is the ideal birthday present, Bath Chronicle
Special effects firm and uni reinforce links, Bath Chronicle
RDP supports university's submarine challenge, Industrial Technology
Animation link strengthened, This is Somerset
Regatta is oarsome, Bath Chronicle

24 May
University of Bath welcomes London 2012 Olympic Torch onto campus, Podium
Basketball game in memory of Trowbridge star on court this weekend, This is Wiltshire
Burnley have golden plans, Lancashire Telegraph
BT PWC 2012: Rushgrove with time on his side before London, More than the Games
Athletes to enjoy insight into "unique" Games experience via BPA's Paralympic Inspiration Programme, insideworldparasport
Campus round-up, Times Higher Education
Appointments, Times Higher Education

22 May
Bath puts the knitted bunting out to welcome the Olympic flame, Bath Chronicle
Guardian University Guide, Guardian
Living in a digital world, RBS Business Sense

21 May
Torch relay begins in the South West, British Army
University Launches Design Competition to Help Improve Lives, House Builder and Developer
Science careers under the microscope, Education Guardian
LONDON CALLING: Rhythmic coach content with GB's displays, This is Wiltshire
Finding the funds to bail out Greece, Guardian

18 May
A bad idea whose time has come, ITWeb
Bath streets expected to be packed for Olympic Torch, Bath Chronicle
Turning 'pointe': Adult ballet gains foothold in dance community, The Sentinel Newspapers
Capitalism: is there any alternative?, Bath Chronicle
Soup School will help homeless launch a career in food industry, Bath Chronicle
Bath University opens Entrepreneurship Programme to all-comers, News from Radioelectronics
Super seven rock up in Gibraltar for training, Bath Chronicle
Kim Oliver marks milestone with England Women rugby team, Bath Chronicle
Designers urged to enter contest, Bath Chronicle
Children's positive chemical reaction, Bath Chronicle
Students set to celebrate city's thriving music scene at Spafest, Bath Chronicle
Paralympics chief keen to build momentum, Bath Chronicle

17 May
New 'flesh-eating bug', papers claim Yorkshire Post
Energy and Climate Chief Wants to Focus on CO2 Cuts and not Renewables
Your Guide to Online Dating!, At Home

16 May
Dr Darren Cosker was interviewed by Jack Fm and The Breeze radio stations about his Royal Society Fellowship in facial animation
Dr Mark Enright discusses his research into MRSA, BBC Radio Bristol (1.48.27-1.51.32)
Superbug spreads from hospitals in major cities to regional healthcare centres,
20 ways of thinking about digital literacy in higher education, Guardian
Scientists unpick genetics of first 15 minutes of life, Bio medicine

15 May
Professor Andrew Graves talks about manufacturing returning to the UK, Channel 4 News
Mhairi Spence strikes world gold ahead of 2012 Olympic Games test, Bath Chronicle
UK Robotics Research Gets £16M Boost, UAS Vision
Researchers launch Facebook site to monitor tobacco industry tactics, Medical Xpress
Superbug spreads from big city hospitals to regional health centers, study ..., EurekAlert
Orthodoxy prevails amid a climate of academic fear, Guardian
Simple Thermodynamic Calculations Help Researchers Find Better Solar Cell Materials, Solar Novus Today
"I fell in with the right crowd": Dai Greene on how athletics helped control his epilepsy and curb his partying, Daily Mirror

14 May
£16 million boost for UK robotics, EurekAlert! (See also InsiderMedia)
Howorth sets club record as Bath start with a bang, Bath Chronicle
Top marks for student footballers, Bath Chronicle
ICIA takes its programme out into the community, Bath Chronicle
Pozzi-tively magnificent as Euro best is smashed, Bath Chronicle
Bath students in water campaign, Bath Chronicle
Sport for the elderly in Bath, Bath Chronicle
UNIVERSITY SPORT: Tyers joy at history run, Oxford Mail
The Robotic Edge, The Cutting Edge

11 May
Top marks for student footballers, Bath Chronicle
Pozzi-tively magnificent as Euro best is smashed, Bath Chronicle
10 ways to treat eczema, The Green Planet
Just being part of it is incredible, says Jamie, Bath Chronicle
Images reveal research ideas now taking place at University of Bath, Bath Chronicle
Spotlight on 'green' energy, This is Somerset
Universities secure robotics cash, Insider Media
Successful year of fundraising by students for students, Bath Chronicle

10 May
Team Bath face biggest match of the season, This is Somerset
Video: Bath world champion Dai Greene leads railway lines safety campaign, Bath Chronicle
Thermally Stable Solar Cell Materials, Material Views

9 May
Chris Martin discusses the Euro crisis, BBC Radio Bristol (1.19.13-1.21.10)
IP Group reveals investment growth, Insider Media
University student to host mini-Olympic Games for Bath's older residents, Mature Times
News in brief, Drink and Drug News
MakerBot Replicator 3D printer (double extruder), CNET

8 May
University of Bath win the men's BUCS Mars Football Championship, British Universities & Colleges Sport
London 2012: Getting to the Games with help from family, BBC News
President Hollande's historic challenge,
Amy Williams: My body told me it was time to quit, Daily Mail
British stars rise to occasion in Olympic dress rehearsal, The Independent
A United Nations of sports teams train at University of Bath, Bath Chronicle
Bath's 300 million audience, Bath Chronicle
Apprentice learning from the master Lord Sugar returns to Bath University, Bath Chronicle
Star of the show Pozzi breaks Jackson record, The Independent
John Troyer and the Future Cemetery Project feature in Wired Magazine podcast (25.50-)

4 May
Shareholders hit by pension deficits – research, Insider Media
Bath's 300 million audience, Bath Chronicle
Judoka's home training, Bath Chronicle
A United Nations of sports teams train at University of Bath, Bath Chronicle
Website celebrates uni's games involvement, Bath Chronicle
Researchers to speed up recovery times, Medical Xpress
Amy Williams . . . from twin sister to Olympic champion, Bath Chronicle
£1.5m for research, Bath Chronicle
Dragons need to be slayed for netballers' final flourish, Bath Chronicle
Uni trio's World call, Bath Chronicle
Marathon man's call, Bath Chronicle
Amy Williams picks right time to slide away from the ice, Bath Chronicle

3 May
University of Bath opens new Graphene Centre Laboratory, Nanowerk LLC
Shareholders paying the price for pension deficits,
Murray lands a major Olympic boost, Lancashire Telegraph
Nano-factory promises great things for graphene science, AZo Nano
University of Bath opens new Graphene Centre Laboratory, Graphene Times

2 May
Professor Ian Tonks discusses why shareholders are paying for their company's poor pension deficits, BBC Radio Wiltshire (44.14-49.56)
Dr Mark Brosnan discusses the results of his study into the Aviva Premiership’s most passionate fans,
Professor David Coley speaks about his recent £1.5m funding for the ENLITEN research project, BBC Radio Bristol (1:22:56)
Smart system offers energy-saving recommendations, The Engineer
Energy waste in households research gets funding, Energy Live News
Bale House, Isla Earth
University of Bath secures £1.5m energy grant,
Moss Table generates electricity using photosynthesis, Electronic Products Magazine
Nano-factory promises great things for graphene science, Phys.Org

1 May
London 2012: Seb Coe praises contribution of universities to Olympics, London 24
Scientists name Gloucester fans the most passionate, (See also, London Wasps)
Former Bath pupil Alex Partridge after eight gold at London Olympics, Bath Chronicle
GraphExeter could revolutionise electronics industry, Printed Electronics World
Bath University lecture about the taboo of marrying your cousin, Bath Chronicle

April 2012

30 April
Team Bath trio get England call ahead of vital game, Bath Chronicle
Bath University triathletes in day-long effort to help African children, Bath Chronicle

27 April
Meet James Boon . . . the Bath student named among the most inspiring young adults worldwide, Bath Chronicle
Bees help bring the joy of science to life on visit to fair, This is Somerset
Inspirational Torchbearers get their moment to shine, Bath Chronicle
Do Girls Really Want to Look Like Barbie?, Discovery News
Funds offered to aid students, This is Somerset
Five up for Bath University award, Bath Chronicle
Louise is a Seoul star, Bath Chronicle
How to keep our graduates in Bath, Bath Chronicle
Russia's Olympic athletics team will prepare for London 2012 at University of Bath, Inside the games

26 April
Russian athletics stars choose Bath University to train for Olympic glory, Bath Chronicle
Russia’s Olympic athletics team will prepare for London 2012 at University of Bath, Inside the Games
MRSA tailors virulence mechanisms to the hospital setting, Medical Express
Bath and Bristol students organise Khatam al-Quran, Borneo Bulletin Online
Top Russian athletes to train at the University of Bath,
Student Lobbies Parliament,
Dai more than happy to trust his coach, This is South Wales

25 April
University of Bath ranked in country's top ten, Bath Chronicle
Revealed: Winner of RIBA Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship, Architects' Journal

24 April
Cambridge tops uni league table Press Association
RDP Electronics Ltd supports university’s submarine challenge
Bath student is raising diabetes awareness Bath Chronicle
On the beach for a volleyball challenge London Evening Standard
Bristol and Bath Science Park to host Free Jubilee Garden Party Guide 2 Bristol
Rhythmic gymnasts boosted by Bath fundraising night Bath Chronicle
Thomas Aquilina: Winner of the Sixth RIBA Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship

23 April
Are straw bales the future of sustainable building?, The Ecologist
Team Bath's Mia Ritchie stars on England bow, Bath Chronicle
Honour for Cambridge entrepreneur, Cambridge News
Love me, love my dog... how pet's breed reveals owner's true personality, Herald IE
'It's like living in a storage facility', Guardian
Boxing clever with the clutter may be the saving grace for hoarders, Irish Observer
Not much green in Milan, Architect’s Journal
Murray takes bronze in Russia, Yahoo! Eurosport UK
BCSWomen Lovelace 2012: Event Report,
Tom Daley wins gold in Tijuana, Daily Mail

20 April
Student is raising diabetes awareness, Bath Chronicle
Gymnasts go for Gold, ITV News
Duo on the road to Rio, Bath Chronicle
Student Freddie makes flying start, Bath Chronicle
Kelly's top tips for Zac, Bath Chronicle
What does the rapid uptake of mobile money transfer in Kenya really mean for financial inclusion?, CGAP Technology Blog
Optimising package development during design maximises PMIC performance, EE Times

19 April
Dr Stuart Miller discusses depression in sport, BBC Radio Bristol (1.37.13-1.43.00)
Athletics: Dai Greene targets Olympic gold, Wales Online
Apprentice winner Tom Pellereau launches manicure range in Merseyside,
Fundraiser for the GB gymnastics team being held this evening at the University of Bath,
Diver-powered sub race gathers more sponsorship, Sport Diver
'Words with Friends' becomes something more, Fayobserver

18 April
Benedetti and Cazé feast on modern pentathlon World Cup spoils in Hungary,
QAP; Outstanding Educational Achievement Recognised, Action Network Magazine (Page 8)
Intelligent Partners announces the visit of The University of Bath to their new Dubai office on Sunday 22nd April 2012,
PRESS RELEASE: More Sponsorship for Man-Powered Sub Races, Imarest
Don't Blame Bonuses, The Wilson Quarterly

17 April
Paul Salkovskis reflects on the worldwide impact of Joseph Wolpe, BBC Radio 4 - Mind Changers (14.31-17.27)
What is contemporary global nomadism and how does it affect materialism?,
Benedetti and Cazé feast on modern pentathlon World Cup spoils in Hungary, Inside the games
Freakonomics » Cheating for Charity, Colonial Serf Log

16 April
Dr Gary Fooks discusses his research into the effects of plain cigarette packages, BBC Radio Bristol (1.06.45-1.16.14)
Dr Bryn Jones talks about David Cameron's Big Society, BBC Politics Show (40.40-43.43)
Data Migration Expert Joins Globanet, The Hosting News
Will the Green Deal save homeowners money?, Guardian Environment blog
Jo Confino, chair, Guardian Sustainable Business, Guardian
Will 3-D printing launch a new industrial revolution?,
Team GB rhythmic gymnastics to perform at fundraising event in Bath, Inside the Games
ShelterBox partner with the Aid and International Development Forum for 2012, African Press Organisation

13 April
An Innovative Boutique Approach to Raising Capital, Marketwatch
Trio picked for torch relay, Bath Chronicle
Jamieson: 'Euro trip can give me momentum to take into London', Bath Chronicle
Gym girls' home show after World Cup outing, Bath Chronicle
Disabled access awards launched, Bath Chronicle
Dai Greene on sports nutrition and preparing for London 2012,
'Innovation and investment' vital to region's future, Herald Express
Data Migration Industry Expert Dan Clark Joins Globanet Team Addition also marks the opening of new United Kingdom office, PR Web
Liz's relief at London reprieve, Bath Chronicle

12 April
Hanna Diamond discusses Raymond Aubrac’s role in the French Resistance and subsequent controversy over the raid in June 1943 when he was detained, CNN
Exploring the boundaries of perception, This is Gloucestershire
Has Instagram made everyone's photos look the same?, BBC News
Green measures for homes 'save less on fuel bills than forecast', Daily Telegraph
Would you cheat for charity?, Newsodrome
5 things to see at The Gadget Show Live, PC Gamer Magazine

11 April
John Troyer and his collaborators Felicia and Jeremy, discuss the Future Cemetery Project, BBC Radio Bristol (50.29-56.00 and 2.20.00-2.24.25)
University of Bath research on cycle helmet and safety, BBC Radio 4 Inside Health (19.46-28.30)
MPs' £1.8m in perks revealed, Guardian
Working Mums Vs Stay At Home Mother: Is There A 'Healthiest' Choice?, Huffington Post UK
Stargazer Video Chat Credits Video Dating as Part of Their Success,
Great green myth, or how an eco home can end up costing you thousands, The Mail on Sunday
Bath MBA Convinces Executive Search Firm To Create A Role for Him, Business Because

5 April
Grant winners, Times Higher Education
Let's keep talented graduates in Bath, Bath Chronicle
Has engaging fathers fallen off the agenda in early years? Not in Bath, Duncan Fisher
The game of love: More finding romance playing online games, Press of Atlantic City

4 April
Bike Bath promises a weekend of cycling activities in and around historic city, British Cycling
Bath University awarded £450,000 for bereavement research, ThisisBath
What happens to plastic surgery leftovers?
The Telegraph
Bringing the history of a cemetery to life

2 April
Bringing the history of a cemetery to life This is Bath
Cemetery phone app for visitors Bristol Evening Post
Annual flower seed mixture brightens up university grounds
Event will celebrate joy of cycling This is Bath
Picochip dominates at SPARKies as the Digital Festival ends Bath Chronicle
Cocktail of languages under one roof
3D Printing PCBs Printed Circuit Design & FAB
Betting the House Gulf Coast Business Review

March 2012

30 March
Uni victorious in Varsity Bath Chronicle
Students' big contest Bath Chronicle
Expert's star talk Bath Chronicle
Cyclists needed for trial Bath Chronicle
Run in memory of friend Bath Chronicle
Girls allowed at City's Easter course Bath Chronicle
My Destination Telegraph
Interactive smart phone apps could revitalise cemeteries Physorg
Let's keep talented graduates in Bath Bath Chronicle

29 March
Campus round-up, Times Higher Education
Graphene ready for commercial exploitation, Electronics Weekly
Decision time for owners and leaders if airport is to take off, Wales Online
A precarious life, My Career
Bath student in Royal Yacht Association championships, Sail World
Bath students upset form book to snatch Varsity match victory, Bath Chronicle
Gender diversity on company boards, Vox EU
Local enterprise partnership launches drive to harness UK talent, Bath Chronicle

28 March
A precarious life, Sydney Morning Herald
How Bob Holman inspired my social work career, Guardian

27 March
Bob Holman inspired my social work career, Guardian
Rising star Luke Turrell heads home to Bath for concert, Bath Chronicle
Fan buys extra Olympic tickets for Dai Greene's family to watch Bath star go for Gold, Bath Chronicle
Dan the man for Fortec, Bath Chronicle

26 March
Home rules for Sam and her Olympic dream, Lancashire Telegraph
Students in the South West take part in the Robot Grand Prix, Stemnet
Seducing the Subconscious: The Psychology of Emotional Influence in Advertising, Financial Times
Ultimate Guide To Pick Me Up Graphic Art Fair, Artlyst
Julie Yufe and Michael Dreyer, New York Times

23 March
Euro place within reach, Bath Chronicle
Anson appoints Conder as Chairman, Property Funds World
Blade star gets World Cup call, Bath Chronicle
'We're feeling like victims of discrimination', Bath Chronicle
Wastewater clues to illicit drug use,
Measuring shake, rattle, and hum,
'Granny grab' unlikely to prove a bruiser, Financial Times (Subscription needed)
Visit home to compete in the Student Surf Tour proves successful for Jemima, This is Devon

22 March

Radio interviews:
Chris Martin discusses the state of the Wiltshire economy with BBC Radio Wiltshire.
Chris Martin previews the budget announcement, BBC Radio Bristol (2.05.32-2.07.25)
Chris Martin reviews the 2012 budget, BBC Radio Wiltshire (36.16-39.47)
Andrew Graves discusses the impact of the 2012 budget, BBC Radio Wiltshire (1.17.33-1.21.48)
Bruce Morley shares his opinion on the 2012 budget, BBC Radio Wiltshire (8.50-17.18)

Bath swimmer Kris Gilchrist calls time on record-breaking career, Bath Chronicle
Firms using own cash instead of bank loans, This is South Devon
Rugby Varsity returns in a Battle of the South-West, xmediaonline
Appointments, Times Higher Education
Wastewater clues to illicit drug use, Planet Earth (See also
Measuring shake, rattle, and hum,

21 March
Mid-Somerset Festival creative writing results, Bath Chronicle
First Scottish-built satellite set for launch next year, Business 7
University of Bath student serves up success in the run up to the London 2012 Paralympic Games, Podium
A journey to new beginning and back . . . all in 12 minutes, Bath Chronicle
Richard Branson and 100 other public figures call for renewable energy support, Reve
Valedictory for the NHS, Guardian

20 March
Olympic Torch Relay route through Bath revealed, Bath Chronicle
Moving abroad 'disastrous' for ceramic firms, This is Staffordshire
UK university wins £1m low carbon network funding, New net
Uni to host international showdown, Bath Chronicle
Pengilly retiring from bob skeleton to focus on Olympic role, Bath Chronicle
London mayoral election live blog day one – cycling, Guardian

19 March
Professor Michael Danson speaks about his trip to Antarctica to help preserve Scott and Shackleton's historic huts, BBC Radio Wiltshire
Bath so close to Twickenham spot, Bath Chronicle
Cyclists celebrate as new device ends helmet hair, Environmental Transport Association
University of Bath secures £1m Ofgem funding, edie energy
Youngsters revel in a messy way of learning, Bath Chronicle
Chinese Olympic swimmers choose Bath as their base, Bath Chronicle
International assistance for school stars, Bath Chronicle
Leading energy research from Bath shared with China,
Varsity comes to Bath,
The future for NATO and Europe, Public Service Europe
New straw panel houses for Essex tenants, Green Building Press
Politicians put elderly votes first, Financial Times (subscription needed)
Rift grows between old and young, Financial Times (subscription needed)
With age, men think sex, women beauty,
Western Power Distribution funding for Bath University, Insider Media
When 30% of Workers are Freelance, How Do They Build Power On the Job?, Alternet
Can You Afford to Die? The Next Financial Time Bomb, Stock Market Review

16 March
There's something for everyone at city's first Digital Festival, Bath Chronicle
Scientist preserves the last vestiges of Scott's expedition, Bath Chronicle
Uni to host international showdown, Bath Chronicle
China pool resources, Bath Chronicle
New consultation on curbs on shared housing in Bath, Bath Chronicle
International assistance for school stars, Bath Chronicle
Keynsham duo compete at Olympic trials, Bristol Evening Post
£1m funding for University of Bath energy research projects,
Chinese Olympic swimmers choose Bath as their base, Bath Chronicle
Pupils get to grips with world of science in a week of activities, Bath Chronicle

15 March
Can You Afford to Die? The Next Financial Time Bomb,
Gliding club heads for anniversary, This is Wiltshire
Judging panel chosen for THE leadership gongs, Times Higher Education
Campus round-up, Times Higher Education

14 March
John Troyer discusses the Tony Nicklinson end-of-life case, BBC Radio Bristol (41.14-48.23)
Bath scientist's Antarctic expedition to save Captain Scott's huts, Bath Chronicle
Dai Greene Announced As Jaguar Academy Of Sport Ambassador, Autochannel
Reducing UK animal testing, Finchannel
From MBA Intern to Real Estate Manager, Business because
Can You Afford to Die? The Next Financial Time Bomb, Interest!alert

13 March
Redhill student's ten-race marathon fundraising effort, Redhill And Reigate Life
RepRap Open Source 3D Printer, Youtube
Olympics joy for 'delighted' Burnham-On-Sea gymnastics coach,
IT industry Leader and Visionary, Hermann Hauser Puts his Weight Behind Intune Networks Board, PRWeb
From MBA Intern to Manager at Property Firm, Business because
Record bid snow joke for Jamie, Bath Chronicle

12 March
Students capture Bath's street style, Bath Chronicle
Aviagen Appoints New Global Head of Technical Systems,
London 2012 Olympics diary: Zara Phillips still in with a shout of making Games, Daily Telegraph
New role for Aviagen incubation expert, Farmers Weekly Interactive
Chris Pavone's 'The Expats,' and More New Novels, New York Times
Sun shines down on Bath Half Marathon runners, Bath Chronicle
Big-Brained Birds,
Fencing: what's on the market, Farmers Weekly Interactive
Former Olympian wants Bath transformed by torch's visit, Bath Chronicle

9 March
Willis and Jamieson book Olympic places on great night for Bath swimming, Bath Chronicle
China's Olympic swimmers to train in England, (See also BBC News, Official Website of the Chinese Olympic Committee, Bath Chronicle,, Yahoo!, The Seattle Times)
Lego Robot Grand Prix inspires youngsters, Silobreaker
Robot Grand Prix, HESA
BCS calls for more women in IT, IT reseller magazine
BCS champions women in IT, British Computer Society
Church body reacts to 'witch' case, Church Times
All the fun of the science fair, Bath Chronicle
Goal for students, Bath Chronicle

8 March
Stacey Tadd conquers Women’s 200m breaststroke semi-final – British Gas Swimming Championships,
RepRap: The 3D printer that’s heading for your home, Tech republic

7 March
UK's first Passivhaus school, Greenbuild news
Robotic Zoo: Ten animal-inspired robots,
Why glowing 'soot' could be the key to delivering drugs to cancer cells, (See also International Business Times AU)
London 2012: British rhythmic gymnasts win case to compete, Guardian
Zero = top of the class, The Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists
Students' anger at bid to restrict shared housing in Bath, Bath Chronicle

6 March
Heat of the moment, The Engineer
London 2012 Olympics: GB rhythmic gymnasts win appeal, Daily Telegraph (See also Guardian)
20 tips and resources on how to use learning technology in HE, Guardian (blog)
Bath digital hub launched, Insider Media
Portfolio investments boost IP Group, Insider Media

5 March
Bath mathematicians join the fight against diabetes, Press Zoom
PassivHaus research leads to Britain's first zero-carbon school, Press Zoom
Latest cycle helmet is a load of…spheres, Environmental Transport Association
Deloitte pitching contest challenges SETsquared student entrepreneurs,
Molly aims to cap her dream year by landing place in squad for Olympics, Derby Telegraph
London 2012 Olympics: the teenage gymnasts taking on the authorities in bid to reach games, Daily Telegraph
Director of Biosimilars Advisory, BioTrends to Speak at Diabetes Summit on April 19-20 in Boston, Newswire today

2 March
Record turnout makes for an oarsome day at Saltford, Bath Chronicle
Olympics hopes still hanging in the balance for Bath rhythmic gymnasts, Bath Chronicle
Bath swimmers all set for London Olympics trials, Bath Chronicle
Bath Rugby's Michael Claassens hails 'mature' Tom Heathcote, Bath Chronicle
Olympic champ Amy again saves her best for big stage, Bath Chronicle
Young people to showcase talents at concert, This is Somerset
Liz out to lay another Paralympic marker, Bath Chronicle
Reward for uni's child poverty work, Bath Chronicle
Loren is quickest in world, Bath Chronicle
Dispensing error stress link to be investigated, Chemist and Drugist (see also BioPortfolio)
Markets' initial suspicions, Bath Chronicle
EPSRC news in brief, EPSRC
FENCING: Hay guides England to Commonwealth gold, This is the West Country
Careers advice for young people at college skills fair, Bath Chronicle

1 March
Tom Reid discusses language change and interpretation, BBC Radio Wiltshire (33.12-36.05)
How training gets your fat fit, Medical Express
Turbocharging for low CO2, Automotive World
Carbon nanotubes to deliver drugs to cancer cells, Nanowerk
Leading questions: Nick Barton, Action on Addiction, Guardian
LONDON 2012: British rhythmic to learn their Olympic fate in seven days, More than the games
Rhythmic gymnasts appeal after failing to qualify for London 2012, The Guardian
Fat cells can be trained to help lose weight, say Bath researchers, Bath Chronicle
Flame Celebration lights way to Paralympics as Bath gives athletes big send-off, Bath Chronicle
The painful part of the human condition, Irish Times
Record windfall can't change UK postgrad tune, Times Higher Education
Appointments, Times Higher Education
Study to find out if stress leads to dispensing errors, PJ Online

February 2012

29 February
How training gets your fat fit, Health Canal
Privatising the post: too much, too late,
Seminar looks at breaking down timber barriers, World Construction Network
New director for Allan Wilson Centre, Voxy
Green greed, The Asian Age

28 February
Bath concert to raise cash for orphanage, Bath Chronicle
4 Stock-Picking Strategies That Have Worked For Decades, Motley Fool UK
Students juggle studies with circus skills at Bath UpChuck 2012, Bath Chronicle
PhD student receives funds to study link between pharmacists' workloads and error rates, Pharmacy Business
Researchers investigate if state provides enough support for funeral costs,
Tyers and Pozzi win golds at British Universities event, This is Somerset

27 February
Nicholls storms to victory, This is Kent
'Liberal visa process needed to allow foreign researchers to work in India', Times of India
Samantha Murray in no hurry after flying start modern pentathlon season, Bath Chronicle
Twelve minutes of exercise a month can protect your heart and lower your risk of diabetes Daily mail
Kate Walker fighting for her Olympics dream,
Experts call for review of research institutes by international panels, Times of India
Canada's 'Junk' Jobs Market, The Mark
Get me a prata on 3-D printer, The Straits Times
Desire to avoid 'feared self' behind cosmetic surgery, Private Health
Stock market stereotypes undervalue female directors in the short-term, Compare the market
£50k grant will help uni research team investigate online innovation, Bath Chronicle
Bath's Olympic rhythmic gymnastics team are hoping common sense prevails, Bath Chronicle
Architects with strong local links marks 20 years in business, Bath Chronicle
Foundation inspires budding engineers, Bath Chronicle
Amy looks to finish on a high, Bath Chronicle

24 February
The Wilson Review -What should you expect, The Guardian
Guide to 10 things to do in Bath this weekend, This is Bath
Plans underway for Day of the Dead Festival in Glastonbury, This is Somerset
Out and about live, A Trio of Launches
£50k grant will help uni research team investigate online innovation, Bath Chronicle
Athena - Female First
Independent Bath Literature Festival, The Independent
Sarah goes solo after horse tramples on TV presenter, This is Bath
Lorraine Kelly hospitalised after horse-riding accident, London Evening Standard
New 'flesh-eating bug' papers claim, News Post Leader
Andy Pozzi starting to believe, Sporting

23 February
Bath's Amy Williams looking to end on a high, Bath Chronicle
UK: £1 billion growth fund boost open for business, 7th space
Appointments, Times Higher Education
Bath's Amy Williams looking to end on a high, Bath Chronicle
UK Sentinel study reveals GPS jammer use, ZDNet UK
Sharing data to reduce impact of severe weather on individuals, utilities, transport and economy, Bapco journal
Cambridge Project Pits 'Internet Of Things' Against The Weather, Tech week Europe UK

22 February
Dr Theodoros Papadopoulos discusses the latest EU agreement over Greece, BBC Radio Bristol (2.03.32-2.08.42)
James Dyson Foundation PhD Studentship in Mechanical Engineering at Bath University, 2012 UK, Scholarship Positions
Gilchrist praises Bath, Sky Sports
Revealed: Our top road bike of 2009, Cycling Plus
University of Bath athletes make impressive start to 2012, Podium
Devon role in €45m type 2 diabetes research, BBC News
Cambridge Wireless wins funding for Technology Strategy Board Internet of Things Initiative, Cambridge Wireless Press Release

21 February
Open hospital windows to stem spread of infections, says microbiologist The Guardian
Florence Nightingale’s treatment of bugs has lessons for modern medicine Independent. ie
London 2012 Olympics: Rhythmic gymnasts await appeal verdict Metro
GB rhythmic gymnasts "hope common sense prevails" in appeal against London 2012 exclusion, Inside the Games
LONDON 2012: British rhythmic gymnasts confident in selection appeal case,  More than the Games

20 February
Florence Nightingale approach 'could help fight infection in modern hospitals',  Telegraph
Fresh airing for Florence Nightingale ideas on battling bacterial infections, The Scotsman
Hospitals 'need friendly bacteria' Press Association
Latin America: Where the world's jobs are, The Christian Science Monitor
New 'flesh-eating bug', papers claim,
Hospitals 'need friendly bacteria', MSN

17 February
Dr Rachid Hourizi explains the 'Internet of Things' research taking place through the Department of Computer Science, BBC Radio Bristol
Hundreds of sports photos on show prior to the Olympics, Bath Chronicle
BA1 Records to hold a special charity concert, Bath Chronicle
Fast learner Tom is no ordinary student, Bath Chronicle
London Irish triumph in London rugby clubs' "battle of the fans", Now Rugby 
Pupils get into Olympic spirit at 2012 celebration, Bath Chronicle
Duo make first starts, Bath Chronicle
The mobile symphony Bath Chronicle (England),

16 February
Dr Theodoros Papadopoulos discusses the latest state of Greece, Jack FM Bristol (No link)
Dr Theodoros Papadopoulos discusses the latest state of Greece, BBC Radio Bristol (1.37.48-1.43.25)
Students' Letter to Nick Clegg, Huffington Post
Microsoft Extends Windows Azure Cloud Services Offer to SETsquared startups, PR zoom
Braced for tough times, European Voice
Sports Physiotherapy Boosted by New International Qualification, Bio medicine
Campus round-up, Times Higher Education
Revealed: Our top road bike of 2009, Cycling Plus

15 February
Lucy Boulton, Sky Sports
Microsoft Extends Windows Azure Cloud Services Offer to SETsquared startups,
Occupy, protest and discontent - Feb 13, Energy Bulletin

14 February
Theo Papadopoulos discusses the state of Greece following its austerity measures, BBC Radio Wiltshire (1.13.15-1.20.28)
Chris Martin talks about rating agencies and the UK economy, BBC Radio Wiltshire (1.42.39-1.46.28)
Get fit with less than 5 min of exercise a week?, BBC News
AGM & Lecture: The Artificial Lateral Line - 20/02/2012, Imarest
Tavistock's Heather Fell opens sports and fashion exhibition at museum, This is Plymouth
3D Printer Build Week: Day One, CNET
Building Control Award Winners 2012 announced, Bath Chronicle

13 February
2/10/12 - 2012 Louis-Jeantet Prize for Medicine, Pharmacy Choice
Japanese Gaming Event Hits London, Spong
Olympics links, Bath Chronicle
Noel-Smith touches down in thumping win, Bath Chronicle
Olympics forms central theme as children gather to voice opinions, Bath Chronicle
Bath business leader backs a really useful service for students, Bath Chronicle
Lucky 13 in South West shake-up, This is Gloucestershire
Move to reclaim small businesses, The National newspaper
Bath University graduate Peter following a Argentinean legend, Bath Chronicle
Should cycle helmets be made compulsory?, Bike Radar
Views | 3D printing can revolutionize the future, Livemint
Hurdle the talk about Jack's medal chances? This is Kent

10 February
Noel-Smith touches down in thumping win, Bath Chronicle
Duo aid demolition job, Bath Chronicle
Student Entrepreneurs of the Future Hone their Skills At SETsquared Event, PR Zoom
The PRECARIAT, Kenny Side show
Bath’s Got Talent. Let’s Keep it., PR Log
Dai's need for speed, Bath Chronicle
Students learn art of simplicity, Bath Chronicle
Olympics links, Bath Chronicle
Celebrity pair take on Bath University's pentathlon charity challenge, Bath Chronicle
Studies from University of Bath Yield New Data on Dentistry, NewsRX
Golden girl Amy is back on top of the podium, Bath Chronicle

9 February
Those running just to stand still will one day turn and fight, National Times
What’s hot in public health journals: Germany’s role in undermining tobacco control, Crikey Blogs
First Passivhaus Schools In UK Receive Certification, Civic and Public Building
DigiCity for young firms, Bath Chronicle
The dangers of the rising global protest movement, ABC Online (Interview)
The dangers of the rising global protest movement, ABC Online (Article)
Appointments, Times Higher Education

8 February
Dr Niels Vollaard discusses cyclist Alberto Contador and his drug doping offence,
IP Group leads investment into Durham Uni spin-out, Insider media
The Graft is Greener - Kurt Won, TheSouthAfrican
Heterosexual privilege in higher education, Open Democracy
British Universities Exhibition Meet top UK university representatives Organized by Mentor International 7 March 2012, Thailand 4
The Precariat: the New Dangerous Class,
Hub of metrology, Quality Manufacturing today
First Passivhaus Schools In UK Receive Certification, ATD

7 February
Team Bath fight well after slow start against Surrey Storm, This is Somerset
Pupil Parliament in Bath voted a success as children debate 2012 Olympics, Bath Chronicle
DigiCity for young firms, Bath Chronicle
David Miliband highlights voluntary sector's role in tackling youth unemployment, Third Sector
CheckRisk LLP Announces Risk Development Program With the University of Bath, School of Management and the University of Bristol, PR Newswire
A magical journey begins Underneath the Floorboards at Déda, Creative Boom
Sarah Brown and Lorraine Kelly learn to ride for children's charity, Horse and Country
Five open source hardware projects that could change the world, The H

6 February
Reader make-over: Jessica Parker's 'working girl' transformation, Daily Telegraph
Bailey Caravans goes electric with launch of Orion Evo-4, Caravan Times
'Flesh-eating' USA300 MRSA strain spread by sneezes and coughs,
ATHLETICS: The guiding hand, This is Wiltshire
Frank's still pumping iron at Bath gym at 91, Bath Chronicle
The Precariat, Labour Blog
Ladies ready for action, Bath Chronicle
City has big part to play – Harland, Bath Chronicle
New awards to celebrate the best in our tech sector, Bath Chronicle
Car firm bursaries, Bath Chronicle
Cup hero tips Tom for top, Bath Chronicle
CheckRisk LLP Announces Risk Development Program With the University of Bath ..., PR Newswire

3 February
How marcomms professionals are getting research heard, Guardian
Bath Rugby's Tom Heathcote tipped for bright England future, Bath Chronicle
British Volleyball launches new website, Inside World Parasport
Scientist warns of new MRSA threat, BBSRC
Harborough IT duo keep it in the family, Lutterworth Mail
Stick to the plan, BAM, New Straits Times
Virtual trees listen to the breeze,
New awards to celebrate the best in our tech sector, Bath Chronicle
Champion pays inspirational visit to university, Bath Chronicle

2 February
Deadly strain of MRSA from US 'has spread to UK', warn doctors, Daily Mail (Also in The Sun, Daily Mirror, Daily Express,  Scottish Daily Express, Health Canal, World News, MSN News UK, Top News)
Ruth Massey discusses a new strain of MRSA, BBC Radio Bristol
Continental Tyre Group announces new Conti360 degree Network Manager, Materials Handling World Magazine
Ford puts focus on student engineers at Bath University, Bath Chronicle (Also in Student Times)
AmpliPhi Shareholder Update, Market Watch
Explorer David Hempleman-Adams tells of his great adventures, Bath Chronicle
RSC Solid State Chemistry Group Christmas Meeting, RSC Publishing Blogs
£220,500 for Bath University dementia research, Bath Chronicle
REG - Lloyds Banking Group - CHANGES TO BOARD, Reuters
First Passivhaus Schools in UK receive certification, Green Building Press
Ellen Henderson discusses internet pain forums, Health Check (BBC World Service News)
750,000 Brits to be long-term unemployed, Siasat Daily

1 February
Harland helping Bath play its part in London 2012 preparations, More than the games
Long-term unemployment to leap by 750,000, according to latest forecasts, Guardian
UK to host Euro submarine races, Sport Diver
Extra 750000 to join long-term unemployed register, Guardian
David hopes Batley supports Olympic dream, Batley & Birstall News
The manufacturing event of 2012 - expectations grow,
The fit and active schoolchildren of Bristol will be living legacy of London 2012, Bristol Evening Post
£220500 for Bath University dementia research, Bath Chronicle

Janurary 2012

31 January
Who will get the biggest slice of 3D-printed pie?, CNET
£67 million investment in bioscience skills and training to help meet economic and social challenges for the future,
Big score for British biofuel technology, PressZoom
Pre-school children are stressed,
Prentice selected for British squads, Inverurie Today

30 January
Caryl feels at home in community, Bath Chronicle
Bobsleigh bosses embark on national talent search, Bath Chronicle
Olympic athlete Kriss aims to inspire Bath, Bath Chronicle
Network to promote volunteers, This is Cornwall
Mathematics World UK - a new museum, NCETM
Vinnicombe named England vice-captain, Herts 24
Four-strong GB men's team named for opening World Cups, Inside the games
Pat Brookes obituary, G2 Guardian
Virtual trees sway in wind just like the real thing, New Scientist
Skuse ready to take his chance on the big stage, Bath Chronicle
Animators will soon be able to construct…, Chem.Info
A sustainable food business to be proud of, Bristol Evening Post

27 January
Network to promote volunteers, Bath Chronicle
Students from Bridgwater visit University of Bath, Bridgwater Mercury
Smokeless tobacco sold illegally online, UK researchers find

26 January
Dr Richard John Fairchild speaks about executive pay, BBC Radio Wiltshire (2.11.39-2.20.11)
Dr Nick Waterfield discusses the Pseudomonas bacteria, BBC Radio Bristol
Sweet temptation for employers, Independent 2012 Louis-Jeantet Prize for Medicine, Eurekalert
£67 million investment in bioscience skills and training to help meet economic and social challenges for the future, Webnewswire
Smokeless tobacco sold illegally online, UK researchers find, Medical Xpress
A sustainable food business to be proud of, Bristol Evening Post
Virtual trees sway in wind just like the real thing, New Scientist Space

25 January
Dr Julian Rose speaks about space weather systems and solar storms, BBC Radio Somerset (0.20.35-0.28.21) and BBC Radio Bristol (1.46.35-1.50)
Dr Bruce Morley discusses GDP, BBC Radio Wiltshire (1.08.55-1.13.08)
Research and Markets: Brain Diseases and Metalloproteins,
South West researchers awarded £4.2m to improve our understanding ..., University of Bristol
Are You Quins' most passionate fan?, Harlequins
"Overturn mean spirited decision and let gym team compete at ..., Bath Chronicle
Bath scientists study solar storms bombarding earth, Bath Chronicle
Smokeless tobacco sold illegally online, researchers find,
The “I” in Union, Dissent

24 January
Petition to revive Bath gymnasts' London Olympics dream, Bath Chronicle
WHEELCHAIR TENNIS: Hunt picks up back-to-back titles, Swindon Advertiser
Appointment of Creative Producer for Bath Dance, ICIA, Arts Jobs and Arts News
Differential Coupling of Self-Renewal Signaling Pathways in Murine Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells, PLoS One

23 January
RIP – Rest in Poverty. The end of life time bomb,
Kurdistan: an Iraqi success story, Kurdistan Region Government
RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS: Dream is not dead, This is Wiltshire
EU prepares unprecedented attack on Iranian economy, Daily Telegraph
Sustainability award for British training camp at Bath University, inside world para sport
Athena Andreadis - Old Queens Head 24th Jan, Alt sounds
Addicts charity hoping Duchess will lift profile, Wiltshire Times
The Moodie Report announces key additions to its editorial team, Moodie report
Legends: The Non-Flying Dutchman - Dennis Bergkamp,
An Interview with Dr. Hannah Rumble, Seven ponds blog
Internationalism is the theme of new season at the ICIA, Bath Chronicle
Dickons and Jamieson strike gold in Australia, Bath Chronicle
Walker continues to climb in World Cup series, Bath Chronicle
Unlikely partnership that's making a notable impact, Bath Chronicle
Athena Andreadis - Old Queens Head 24th Jan,
1st European human powered Submarine Races to be staged in the UK, BYM News

20 January
Iain Bates Appointed BUCS Tennis Advisory Group Chair, British Universities & Colleges Sport
Bath University tennis star Louise serves up dream start to 2011, Bath Chronicle
RIP ? Rest in Poverty. The end of life time bomb, Free PR
Student in Wipeout challenge, Bath Chronicle
Actis Names New Partners, Private Equity Hub
Taylors Falls Historical Society wants its stuff back; items finally have a home, Chisago County Press
Of Dolls and Murder Screens Tonight at SMoCA Lounge, Phoenix New Times
Unlikely partnership that's making a notable impact, Bath Chronicle
Bobsleigh star Paula lands seventh place at World Cup in Konigssee, Sport4Salisbury
CREWKERNE: Tracey makes the grade, View online
Richard John Fairchild discusses David Cameron's ideas on moral capitalism, BBC Wiltshire (52.10-55.53) and BBC Radio Bristol (1.18.14-1.20.17)

19 January
Funeral award for Tracey, This is the West Country
Vista Hotel Group announce Commercial Director appointment, International Finance Centre
Ellen Henderson talks about her research into internet pain forums, BBC Radio Bristol (2.24.02-2.27.05) (Also on BBC Radio Bristol Drive Time 1.15.30- Breeze and Jack FM)
Researchers warn adolescents seeking treatment for pain on internet, Medical Express
Researchers warn adolescents seeking treatment for pain on internet, Zmarter
EDF Energy helps British Paralympic Association set new standard for sustainability, Paralympics GB
Funeral award for Tracey, Chard and Ilminster News
Young Harris College Hires Rogers as Lacrosse Director, Lacrosse Magazine
Are you the most passionate London Wasps fan?, London Wasps
Paul Caulfield discusses his research about a new employee volunteering network in Bath, BBC Radio Bristol (2.18.45-2.21.22)

18 January
Professor Phil Willis discusses the computer science department here at the University, Guardian Higher Education Network
Bath students get England rugby call, Bath Chronicle
McCloskey focuses on Grant Thornton growth, Wales Online

17 January
Paul Gregg discusses the ‘Lump of Labour fallacy’ in the Financial Times (subscription only)
Technology and the Human Body - Bionics,

16 January
'Splashing down in Bath saved my 2012 dream' – Gilchrist, Bath Chronicle
New £10.75m arts centre to be built at Bath University, Bath Chronicle
Bankers' Pay Didn't Cause the Crisis, Wall Street Journal
What’s Love Got to Do with It?, Open Magazine
Engineers call for change in way homes are heated, Wales Online
Britons enjoy rhythm without the blues, The Times (Print only, page 52)

13 January
A feast of entertainment, Bath Chronicle
Protein drinks of no use to athletes, Times of India
LONDON CALLING: Back to the future as Danny sets sight on indoor repeat, Wiltshire Gazette and Herald
TENNIS: Trio are ones for the future, Wiltshire Gazette and Herald
Star prizes to be pooled, Bath Chronicle
House heating 'needs big overhaul, says Bath University professor, Bath Chronicle
Malmesbury School free lecture open to all, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire Standard
Applications to university rise, Bath Chronicle
Wanted: volunteers to eat – and skip – breakfast, Bath Chronicle
From athletic track to slippery slope, Bath Chronicle

12 January
Oman Insurance Company Announces Appointments In Senior Management, Dubai City Info
E&Y appoints Toby as aviation sector leader for EMEIA, Times of Oman
Bad funding decisions are harming British science, Daily Telegraph
Making theory work, Guardian
Iran's nuclear power: the world must prepare for the inevitable to ..., Daily Telegraph
House heating ‘needs big overhaul’, Shropshire Star
Malmesbury School free lecture open to all, Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard
Appointments, Times Higher Education
Lightbox helps hockey net its own national museum, Get Surrey
Reducing Violence and Aggression in A&E, Health News
Mind being watched over your breakfast?, Bath Chronicle
Race starts for £30m Bath University student halls, Construction Enquirer
Professor Charles Lees discusses the implications of Scotland becoming Independent, BBC Radio Bristol (2.22.58-2.27.18)
Professor Anna Gilmore talks about smoking, BBC Timeshift series (42.07 onwards)
Visiting Professor in the School of Management, Roger King, features in the THE

11 January
Ernst & Young names EMEIA aviation leader, Trade Arabia - Guld Industry Magazine
Suspend it In Space with Sound, Inventor Spot
Trust Mico, the Recommendations Website, gets ready to Pick Up the Pieces Left by Daily Deal Sites, CRM Xchange
12 new flavonoids discovered in Kew tree,
Making theory work, Guardian

10 January
MakerBot's 3-D Printers Let Consumers Dream Up Prototypes Of Pretty Much Anything. But Do We Need More Plastic? Fast Company
The Leverhulme Trust - Research Leadership Awards, Press Zoom
Volunteers needed to help find out the importance of breakfast, Press Zoom
Architect for Bath arts centre chosen, Building
FCBS in for MUMA on Bath Centre for Arts project, The Architect’s Journal
Anesco Appoints Experienced Operations Director, ATD
Oman Insurance Company announces appointments in senior management, PRlog
Dr James Betts discusses his research into the importance of breakfast, BBC Radio Bristol (1.53.34-1.56.14) (Also featured on Jack FM, Heart Radio and BBC Radio Somerset)
Bath graduates team up with local producers to promote 'big isn't always best', Press Zoom
Bath Science Café: GPS, the sun and the human race, Press Zoom
The iPay phenomenon, FT Alphaville

9 January
Super student ? Benjamin Lane, Engineering and Technology Magazine
RIP- Rest in Poverty. The End of Life Time Bomb,
Hockey archives museum launched, Official Website of the Chinese Olympic Committee – English
The Constant Innovator: The Academic Library as a Model of Change Management, Library Journal
GLOBAL: Are branch campuses serving students well?, University World News
Do bankers' bonuses reward risky behavior?, Washington

6 January
From Idi Amin to Dai Greene, Malcolm Arnold's incredible journey in the fast lane, Evening Standard
RIP- Rest in Poverty. The End of Life Time Bomb, Morning Star
Dr. David Woodland Appointed New Chief Scientific Officer of Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology, Interest Alert
Duchess of Cambridge Royal Patronages: Action on Addiction,
'Under the radar' at Photonics West 2012,
Malaysia to set up camp in Cardiff ahead of Olympic qualifiers, Malaysia Star
Family affair as pair team up to launch IT company, Leicester Mercury
RAF officer killed in road explosion, Dover Express
Green has a dream – emulating Akii-Bua, Bath Chronicle
Civil society features strongly in the New Year's Honours List, Charity Times

5 January
New Year Honours 2012, Economic Social and Research Council
Duo top BAM list, New Straits Times
Number of UK-born university applicants slumps by 8%, Gulf Times
The week in higher education, Times Higher Education
How to build successful companies in tough economic times, Science Business

4 January
Teachers inundated with honours from the Queen, Teaching Personnel
Sanders' Peter Burks named as new GCA chairman, DIY Week
Charlotte Names Kevin Langan Head Men's Soccer Coach, Atlantic 10 Official Athletic Site
Unique event open to West Wiltshire business owners, Wiltshire Times
Bath trio are selected for FutureStars programme, Bath Chronicle
An apatite for conduction, The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining

3 January
Bankers’ bonuses ‘not to blame’ for financial crisis – new research, Press zoom
New Year honours for leaders of Bath universities, Bath Chronicle (See also the BBC News, Guardian, Cabinet Office)
Twin target as O'Connor eyes dream Olympic debut, Bath Chronicle
Braintree: Funeral director one of first in country to receive industry qualification, Gazette News
Hockey team get NSI offer to set up camp at Bath, Malaysia Star Online
Uni staff help homeless, Bath Chronicle
Bath Chronicle Woman Of The Year, Bath Chronicle
Bath Chronicle Sportsman Of The Year, Bath Chronicle
Top ten in the running for annual award, Bath Chronicle
Engineers back Olympic hopeful, Bath Chronicle
Secondhand Smoke Way Down, Brits Find, (See also World Book and News)
Foulathi awarded Bath University degree, The Gulf Today (See also UAE Today, Zawya, Dubai City Info)  
Torvill and Dean visit British rhythmic gymastics team to offer advice for London 2012, Inside the games
Burning Bodies to Power Cardiff's Homes?, The Penny Post
3D Printing Saves the Universe: Only 300 Years to Go, New York Press
Unique event open to West Wiltshire business owners, Wiltshire Times
Health notes, calendar: Cycling may prevent type 2 diabetes,
Bath's Jamie Cooke caps memorable year with BOA prize, Bath Chronicle
Bath researchers discover why the Wife Swap birds need to swing, Bath Chronicle
Tony Walter discusses the death and funeral of King Jong Il, BBC World Service (39.30-43.36)
Second year Computer Science student, Jack Franklin, contributes to the ’12 Devs of Xmas’ website