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20 December
Overindulgence done right, Men's Journal Magazine
Book covers DIY open-source hardware for science projects, Power Electronics
Award for uni researcher, 
Collaborative pharmaceutical project focusing on paediatric formulation development gets go-ahead, The Medical News 

19 December
Daily exercise can help ensure guilt-free Christmas, Female First
The science of hangovers, The Guardian 
Superbug trackers crowdsource funding for big data project, eHealthSpace
EPSRC Invests in Human-Robot Interaction Project, Robotics Trends 
Six chemical engineers win Salters’ prizes, TCE Today 
New approach could 'trick' MRSA into being less deadly, say scientists, Dentistry IQ

18 December
Dr Peter Lambert discusses the significance of the Obama - Castro Handshake, BBC Wiltshire
Daily exercise can help counteract holiday indulgence, Free Malaysia Today (See also WFSB Channel 3, New Zealand Doctor Online ,, NY Daily News and others)
Kijlstra offsets carbon to make products neutral, The Construction Index 
Unique industry-academia networks in industrial biotechnology and bioenergy launched, EurekAlert!

17 December
Outstanding school governance: taking boards to the next level (feat. Professor Chris James) – The Guardian
Exercising to Counter Holiday Overeating – Yahoo! Health (also see, Medical Breakthrough, Fox Atlanta, The Times of Malta, The Times of India, The New Age, Toronto Telegraph, Bright Surf, Irish Health, Red Orbit, + others inc. this Broadcast Interview for BBC Bristol)
Bumper harvest for straw bale housing residents – Building 4 Change
Dr Peter Lambert talks about the importance of last week’s Obama – Castro handshake – BBC Wiltshire
Dr Scott Thomas on the life and impact of Nelson Mandela – BBC Wiltshire

16 December
Planning to stuff yourself this Christmas? Daily Mail (See also Telegraph,, Top News, TruthDive, Health Hub, Medical Xpress and others)
UK university honours Mtetwa with doctoral degree, The Standard (See also All
Bath MBA sees middle east as final entrepreneurial challenge, Business Because 
Valeska Ting awarded Sir Frederick Warner medal, Process & Control Today 
Straw cuts energy bills by 90%, Phys.Org (See also Green Building Press)
Discuss with expert Biostatisticians the barriers and future of Adaptive Designs, Healthcare Industry Today
Anna pushes on to a future on the ice, Wiltshire Times
Team Bath judo ace Jan Gosiewski bags bronze in Monaco, Bath Chronicle

13 December
EPSRC funds three-year project on human interaction with robots, AZoRobotics
Artificial intelligence goes public, Laboratorytalk
Exercise during the holidays why a holiday workout break is a bad idea, Men's Health Magazine
New tech helps drivers avoid bikes by using audio alert, BBC
How front group "Student Rights" undermines Palestine solidarity, The Electronic Intifada
GB swimmers 'taken out of comfort zone' to improve medal success, BBC Sport

12 December
EPSRC funds three-year project on human interaction with robots, AZoRobotics
Artificial intelligence goes public, Laboratorytalk
Exercise during the holidays why a holiday workout break is a bad idea, Men's Health Magazine
New tech helps drivers avoid bikes by using audio alert, BBC
How front group "Student Rights" undermines Palestine solidarity, The Electronic Intifada
GB swimmers 'taken out of comfort zone' to improve medal success, BBC Sport

11 December
Afghan scholarship graduate Farishta Hellali talks about her home, career and family, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 01:23:39-01:27:53)
The French Front National is still an extreme right-wing party, The Conversation
Radical Nationalist movements in Europe, The Voice of Russia
Afghan student from the University of Bath wants to help rebuild her country, Bath Chronicle
Cyclists at mercy of drivers, Motherpedia
Holiday glutton's antidote, Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Industry award caps golden year for SETsquared, Nestor Publishers 
Olympic medallist Samantha Murray says there is a sport out there for everyone, Telegraph

10 December
Bath’s Ting awarded Frederick Warner medal, TCE Today (See also IChemE
Exercise daily to cancel out the indulgence, Irish Times
There's no such thing as a free lunch from tobacco companies, AllVoices
Coordinate Metrology Society’s Call for 2014 Papers, Quality Mag
Team Bath athletes dominate junior age groups, This is 

9 December
Study proposes improvements to 'peer review' model, Phys.Org
Offline: The dangers of a new epidemic—pessimism, The Lancet
Overdoing holiday fare? Exercise more., Herald-Tribune (See also Free Republic)
Playground to podium, Chew Valley School 
Lizzy Yarnold scoops skeleton World Cup silver in Park City, Bath Chronicle

6 December
Smart wound dressing could help in fight against drug-resistant bacteria, Health Canal (See also BioResearch Online)
Loughborough and Bath set to become performance hubs for elite swimmers in Britain, Inside The Games (See also London: The News, Bath Chronicle)
True celebration, The Hindu
Could high-tech accessories make cycling safer?, 
Poets&Quants 2013 International MBA Ranking, Beat The GMAT

5 December
Amazon UK: A tough place to work, but Brits keep clicking, MinnPost
Study: Daily Exercise Is More Important Than Ever During the Holidays, Town & Country 
New study reveals that cyclists cannot stop drivers overtaking dangerously, Freight Industry Times Online
Royal accolade for Stratton's Jodi Walsh as she wins Queen's Guide award, Swindon Advertiser
Bath tennis aces Steph Cornish and Alex Walker win bronze for Britain in France, Bath Chronicle

4 December
Professor Chris James talks about the challenges for rural schools, BBC Radio Wiltshire
Dr Ruth Massey discusses fighting superbugs with Big Data on the Saturday Surgery, BBC Radio Bristol
Dr Ian Walker talks about new research into cyclist safety, ITV News
The Best Non-U.S. MBA Programs Of 2013, Poets and Quants 
New method for monitoring marine noise and it’s effect on mammals, Before It's News
University of Bath students 'hack' their way to Downing Street, South West 
Bristol is engine driving the UK economy, says minister, South West

3 December
Physics students a-maze with Leidenfrost effect, Reuters
Fitness Expert: Christmas and New Year is an exercise in damage limitation: but it’s not an excuse to quit, City A.M.
As the REF submission period ends, mismatched publishing incentives signal challenging times ahead in academia, LSE

2 December
£12.2m investment in 15 creative engineering research projects, Hospital Health Care
Buffering Humidity with Interior Finishes, 
PhD students enlisted for solar PV project, Building 4 Change
The Power of a Daily Bout of Exercise, New York Times (See also Refinery29)
Drivers dangerously overtake cyclists 'regardless of reflective clothing',
Advanced UK Children's Burn Research Championed by Paddington Train Crash Survivor, Pam Warren,
The effectiveness of mass media campaigns in reducing smoking in England: an observational study, The Lancet
Team Bath name exciting squad to defend Superleague crown, Women Sport Report

29 November
Professor Jane Millar talking about last week’s DTC announcement – BBC Bristol
Dr Bradley Thayer talks about the recent 50 year anniversary of the assassination of JFK – BBC Somerset
Take advantage of the new online education revolution – (Dr Emma Patterson on MOOCs) South West Business
University tech spinouts pitch for £13 million in London – IDG News Service
PhD students enlisted for solar PV project – Building 4 Change

28 November
Dr Emma Patterson, from the University of Bath: Take advantage of the new online education revolution, South West
High-visibility cycling gear does little to deter motorists from dangerous overtaking, study finds, Adelaide Now (See also Green Flag, Medical Xpress, Bike Biz , Canberra's 2CA)
Should children and young people be given a voice in business? - expert views, The Guardian 
The Healing Foundation: 'Suffer the Little Children', The Blog - Huffington Post 
Global Recession Gives Bath MBA Marketing Career In The UK, Business Because
Studies from University of Bath in the Area of Chalcogens Described, Markets -
Building in Wood – the future for all timber growers?, Royal Forestry Society

27 November
High-visibility clothing won't help cyclists, WA Today (See also SBS Cycling Central, New Zealand Doctor Online, Yahoo! News UK & Ireland, London: The News)
The Power of a Daily Bout of Exercise, New York Times
one on one...with Michael J. Proulx, The Psychologist
NanoKTN Announces Graphene and Nanofillers for Composites Workshop, EMS Now

26 November
Scientists target UVA rays for future sunscreens, MSN News (See also WSBRadio, Yahoo, WGRZ, KiroTV, wusa9, ajc, greenbaypressgazette, newslook, sheboyganpress)
Centre will allow PhD students to develop improved PV technology,
Liverpool and Bath University partner to develop more sustainable solar, Solar Power Portal 

25 November
Dr Bradley Thayer talks to about the 50th anniversary of the assassination of JFK, (Listen again at 24.27-28.35), BBC Radio Somerset
High expectations don’t faze Michael Jamieson, The Scotsman 
Maclean eyes chance to run in Euro event, Wells People
Ultraboost project: better boosting systems needed, Automotive Engineer
When Water Flows Uphill, North Country Public Radio
New centres to train tomorrow’s engineers and scientists, Cardiff University

22 November
Cash for West's universities
Curo helps elderly tenants warm up winter months Thisissomerset
"Cream of the cream" showcases innovation strength of UK technology base
Warning over online alcohol adverts ; Marketing encourages 'culture of intoxication'  Technews
Manufacturing enters a new dimension TMC
Top five share economy startups Management Today
When Water Flows Uphill Science Friday
Olympic champion Helen Glover named patron of Minerva Bath Rowing
Club Bath Chronicle
UK Sensors Expertise Featured in Mission to Silicon Valley

21 November
Open University to shut ‘outstanding’ PGCE course THE
Time for local authorities to kick the habit and ditch their investments in the tobacco industry
Mission to USA out to promote UK's energy harvesting expertise
Efficient Energy

20 November
MBA gender gap: tackling the imbalance
Former UK PM calls out dominance of Britain's elite Yahoo. Also in Alaska Dispatch
Bloom or bust as new study reveals the plants most likely to survive climate change Seedquest. Also in
University of Bath students give Government minister a taste of Formula 1
South West Business
From seaweed to solar cells RSC

19 November
Study: plants most likely to survive climate change bloom earlier Wired
Can Big Data Tame MRSA Superbugs? Datanami
A winter warmer well-being boost 24dash
Bath scientists find clues to dementia and Parkinson's Manyyearsyoung
New GW4 studentships boost postgraduate training
University of Bristol
Haygrove opens new learning centre for Chinese students Bridgwater Mercury
PhD presentation prize goes to Mechanical Engineering student Noodls

18 November
New drug that could prevent the negative effects of alcohol? - BBC Bristol Saturday Surgery - feat. Dr Sally Adams (Department of Psychology) talking about a new drug that could prevent the negative effects of alcohol. Starts at 01h33m54s
Ghost in the Cloud: Dealing with data after death – TNW News
Bath University Deploys Campus-Wide Wi-Fi Network – Cellular News
Bath turbine team plans "world first" – The Engineer
Clean energy talk using 3D glasses – Noodls

15 November
Scientists look to crowd-funding and Big Data to fight superbugs - Medical Xpress (also in BioPortfolio)
University of Bath rolls out free Wi-Fi for visitors – Recombo (also in Mobile News)
Group aims to improve timber engineering research and training – Timber & Sustainable Building
CAB Response – Bath Chronicle

14 November
Dr Bradley Thayer is interviewed about the 30th anniversary of US cruise missiles arriving at RAF Greenham - BBC Radio Wiltshire [Listen again at 1:29:46]
Stephanie Millward wins personality prize at Bath Sports Awards 2013 - London: The News
Bath graduate Heather Stanning: It's time to get back on the water after Afghan desert - Bath Chronicle
Connected Campus – University of Bath Rolls Out WiFi - Hispanic

13 November
Building with straw, EU research project, Greenbuilding Italy
Is your business safe from cyber attack, WhaTech
Peter Cressey speaks about Citizen's Advice Bureau cuts in Bath, BBC Radio Bristol [Listen again at 01:37:20]

12 November
Bath graduate presents Man vs World, IOL Tonight
Earl of Wessex installed as Chancellor of the University of Bath
, Royal Central
Bath research comments on skin cure drug, Daily Mail

11 November
Technology is in danger of widening the employer-employee gap, claims expert (report featuring Professor Veronica Hope Hailey) - Daily Telegraph’s Business Reporter
GKN Aerospace Establishes Research Chair with University of Bath – ASIATravel
Minister David Willets takes the wheel of Bath University students' racing car – Bath Chronicle
It's not always X that marks the spot! Telemanagement
Lloyds Bank puts up cash to help local Wiltshire students work for top degrees – Wiltshire Times

8 November
Chancellor’s Installation Coverage, BBC Points West (via I-player from 4 minutes); ITV West; BBC Somerset; Bath Chronicle; Now Bath (also in Daily Star; Wells People)
Alcohol marketing aimed at Young People who use social network sites, Professor Christine Griffin talks to BBC Bristol (also interviewed by BBC 5Live).
Putting a time limit on grief, Professor Tony Walter from the Centre for Death & Society talks to BBC Devon
Insulation in houses and people’s health, interview with Dr Mike Lawrence on BBC Bristol
Cancer drug developed at University of Bath begins trials, Medical Xpress (also see BioPortfolio)
Hydrogen adopts alkali metal position, Chemistry World RSC
Building eco-friendly straw homes - panel by panel, Cordis News

7 November
Prince Edward Becoming Chancellor Of Bath Uni Today, NOW Bath
Frisky Fruit Flies, The Scientist (See also popsci, Western Daily Press, phsyOrg, science mag, unfoxnews, suddenLink, inagist, onenewspage, politomix, snapvrs and ewallstreeter)

6 November
Professor Christine Griffin discusses how alcohol is advertised to young people via social media, BBC Radio 5 Live (Listen from 2.18.00)
Online alcohol marketing encourages 'culture of intoxication' in young people, study suggests, Telegraph
Drinks firms 'target' adverts at teenagers on social media, says health expert, South West
Frisky Fruit Flies, The Scientist (See also
University of Bath researchers team up with European partners in search for healthier offices, South West

5 November
Professor Christine Griffin talks about the marketing tactics used by alcohol brands to target young people on line, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1.23.00 - 1.27.00)
Technology is in danger of widening the employer-employee gap (page 3), Business Reporter
Warning over online alcohol adverts, The Bury Times (See also Wiltshire Times, Banbury Guardian)
GKN establishes University of Bath composites research chair, Composites World
University welcomes high-profile management appointments, Noodls
Check your moobs and boobs, say University of Bath students, Bath Chronicle

4 November
UK-made drug (developed at the University of Bath) could be breast cancer lifeline, Mail
Clinical trial to test new drug for advanced breast cancer,
How, If, and Why Species Form, The Scientist
New research to improve well-being of building occupants, Optimist World 
New report published this week calls for the Government to support wholesale reform,
GKN and Royal Academy of Engineering establish Research Chair with Bath University, ADS Advance
Rideal bursar Patricia Esteban Perez reports from Phages 2013, Society of Chemical Industry
GB aerial skier Wallace confident of qualifying, Eurosport Asia

1 November
How, If, and Why Species Form The
New research to improve well-being of building occupants Optimist World
Bethlehem-B&NES Links Youth Sports and Dance Festival a great success Bath Chronicle

31 October
Prince Edward to become chancellor of University of Bath next week, Bath Chronicle
Professor Bas Verplanken discusses fear on the Steve le Fevre show, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen again from 50.00)
The Leidenfrost effect was demonstrated on Spanish TV last night, the clip features  Dr Alessandro Narduzzo who flew out to Spain to set up the experiment,  El Hormiguero
Study shows worth, Bath Chronicle

30 October
'Best biology student' Michelle Hulin talks to the Society of Biology about her work on preventing plant disease, Society of Biology
Univ of Bath powertrain researchers receive £3.2M in new funding; Centre for Low Emission Vehicle Research, Green Car Congress
New generation laser will herald breakthrough, IP Communications
10 ways to a six-pack, Men's Health Magazine

29 October
Professor Tony Walker from our Department of Social & Policy Sciences discusses Death Cafes on Sunday, (Listen from 28.25) BBC Radio 4
New techniques may boost gen-next lasers, (See also Device Space, Phys.Org, and Zee News)
Could cognitive therapy treat hypochondria?, Nursing Times
New research into VOCs at University of Bath, Green Building Press
Uni of Bath sport chief Stephen Baddeley one of six new Rec trustees, Bath Chronicle

28 October
Do robots need an ethical code (Featuring principles co-authored by Dr Joanna Bryson) Sky News
Leaving a mark: How ash tattoos help the living remember the dead, National Post
“Bringing It Home” - The definitive hemp documentary,
University of Bath undergraduate named top bioscience student in Europe, SeedQuest

25 October
New research to improve well-being of building occupants – Health Canal
Levels of trust in organisations (on research with CIPD) - onRec

24 October
Universities should ditch the talk of investing in the future Guardian
Printing may never be the same again Plymouth Herald
Reports on Computer Science Research from University of Bath Provide New Insights Hispanic Business
Synthesis by sunlight RSC
Could cognitive therapy treat hypochondria? Dinnington Today

22 October
How did mandarin tutor Daisy Zhu fare teaching journalist Anna Love to speak Mandarin? (Listen again from 1:27:22-1:34:50) BBC Radio Bristol
Dr Hanna Diamond counters anti-feminist author Swayne O'Pie, (Listen again from 1:37:50 to 1:51:50) BBC Radio Bristol
Scientists Use Vision Impairment Research to Restore Sight to the Blind, Citybiz List Baltimore (See also Wall Street Daily)
Waste seashells can solve waste water problem, Water Active
Could cognitive therapy treat hypochondria?, Before It's News 
The GDR Today, H Soz u Kult

21 October
Cognitive therapy can help anxious patients, The British Psychological Society
Researchers team up with glySure to improve diabetes monitoring, Health Canal
Fianium Awarded R&D Development Projects Totalling £1.35M ($2.1M),
Final details of Explay Festival 2013 announced!, Gamasutra
Could you be a future Olympic rowing star like Helen Glover?, Bath Chronicle

18 October
BBC feature on latest research from our Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology into a new light-activated ingredient which could soon transform sunscreens, BBC Points West
Mad cow disease: One in 2,000 in UK carry protein, (quotes Professor David Brown), AFP
Human form of 'mad cow' disease twice as prevalent as previously thought, study reveals, (quotes Professor David Brown) Independent
Impact of mental health service cuts, Guardian
Ultrafast fiber laser maker Fianium wins $2.1M in R&D projects, Laser Focus World 
Enhancing photopigment formation to boost biofuel production, Royal Society Of Chemistry
Clark delighted to seal Commonwealth trials place, Swindon Advertiser

17 October
One in 2000 Brits carry brain disease protein – experts respond, Science Media Centre
Researchers discover a link between autism and epilepsy, Before It's News 
Science publishing: The golden club,
Minerva Bath defeat Dutch club ARZV of Alkmaar in Monkton Bluefriars regatta, Bath Chronicle

16 October
Professor Andrew Graves from our School of Management talks about the privatisation of the Royal Mail on French television, (Watch from 15.40) Arte.TV
He also spoke on the subject on Radio 5 Live Drive and in the German newspaper Die Welt.
Brian Neve a Senior Lecturer from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies, discusses the US shutdown, (Listen from 1.37.00) BBC Radio Bristol
Sickness costs £240m a year, This is Bristol 
Human form of 'mad cow' disease twice as prevalent as previously thought, study reveals, The Independent
Sustainable chemicals from microalgae: encompassing biocrude through to fine chemicals, RSC Publishing Blogs

15 October
Daisy Zhu, Part Time Teaching Fellow from our Foreign Languages Centre, was interviewed for 'China Week', (Listen from 1.19.20) BBC Radio Bristol
Dr Julie Turner-Cobb from our Department of Psychology was interviewed about a controversial request by a Bath headmaster asking parents not to exclude children from birthday parties, (Watch from 06.35 - 07.36) BBC Points West
"VoicE" helps the blind 'see' with their ears, Reuters Video News (See also Boursorama)
Research reveals why ibuprofen might stop cancers from developing, Daily Trust
Gold for Powell at European University Championships, Student Times

14 October
Waste seashells can help clean wastewater, TreeHugger 
South Bristol solar power scheme goes live, Bristol24-7
VIDEO: Netball and hockey action at University of Bath, Bath Chronicle
Carter Jonas join forces with netball champions Team Bath, Bath Chronicle
Team Bath netballers visit Carter Jonas offices to mark continued sponsorship, Inside the Games 

11 October
Shadowy lobbying against Tobacco Products Directive, TC News and Views Online
Team Bath netballers join forces with Carter Jonas, Women Sport Report

10 October
Europe: The call of the far-right - featuring Dr Mondon, France 24
SMi presents the 3rd annual, The Open Press 

9 October
Flavonoid intake and dementia, Nutritional Outlook 
How 'need for speed' saw former skeleton champ Amy Williams switch to the rally track, Sky Sports

8 October
Seafood shells to treat waste water, Sustainability Matters 
Researchers urge Spain to stay smoke-free, blogs

7 October
Waste seashells can solve wastewater problem, Baum Publications Ltd (See also The Engineer)
Amazing video reveals how super-high temperatures cause droplets to travel UPHILL, This is Money
The coming revolution in how we make things, Chatham House
Michael Jamieson on his drive for Glasgow gold, Mail on Sunday

4 October
When water misbehaves 'Leidenfrost Effect', Mail
Universities are research power houses but fail to reap rewards, The Conversation
University of Bath student Jan Gosiewski awarded a scholarship by business Dyson, South West
Waste Seashells can Solve Waste Water Problem, Pollution Solutions Online
Catering team helps Bath University become a student favourite, Tuco

3 October
Prof Anna Bull discusses the situation in Italy on Good Evening Wales, (Listen from 36.02) BBC Radio Wales
UK: Waste seashells being used to clean waste water, IWA Publishing (See also Environmental Data Interactive Exchange and Australasian Science)
Racial taunting of 1st black Italian minister exposes national crisis, Milwaukee Community Journal 
Ibuprofen inhibits growth of some cancers, Medical Technology Business Europe
This water droplet maze is mesmerizing, e! Science News
Former policeman climbs new beat to aid hedgehogs, This is Somerset
Honours even as Team Bath Buccs ladies hit back against Firebrands, Bath Chronicle

2 October
Simon Bond, Director of Carpenter House Innovation Centre, discusses why Bath is great for tech start-up businesses, (Listen from 1.11.36) BBC Radio Bristol
You think the U.S. government is a mess? Check out Italy, Marketplace
National Instruments UK & Ireland Shortlists 12 Finalists for the 2013 Graphical System Design Achievement Awards, Process & Control Today
New straw bales housing scheme officially opened, HCA
Super-heated water navigates a maze on its own (VIDEO), The Huffington Post
LSE graduates top high-earners list, Lawyer 2B

1 October
Prof Anna Bull on World at One (Listen from 22:26) BBC Radio 4
Viewpoints: How should long-term unemployment be tackled?, BBC News
Watch super-heated water droplets navigate a maze all on their own, Gizmodo 
Why ibuprofen may stop cancers from developing, Many Years Young
How an MBA can help you launch a marketing career!, Business Because

30 September
University of Bath student wins Best Biology Student at SET awards 2013, Society of Biology (See also Set Awards and Seed Quest)
Self-healing concrete research voted most likely to change the world, EPSRC
Anti-Inflammatory drugs decrease cancer progression, Drug Discovery and Development Magazine
CheckRisk launches total risk management system, BizWire Express
Out of 91 UK universities, Durham students have the best quality of life, The Independent 
Crimes have become more likely to attract a custodial sentence in last decade - unless they were in a car, 
Team Bath netballers help England complete South Africa series whitewash, Bath Chronicle

27 September
Dr Kate Woodthorpe discusses the provision of grave sites and changing death practices on Radio Gloucestershire, BBC Radio (Listen from 2 hours 10 mins)
Can Ibuprofen Stop Cancer Development?, Drug Discovery and Development Magazine (See also Medical News Today)
Research finds greater number of 'escaping genes' on X chromosome, BioPortfolio 
Epigenetics and organisation, BioMed Central blogs 

26 September
Research finds X doesn't always mark the spot, Medical Xpress
Research reveals why ibuprofen might stop cancers from developing, Health Canal
Graphical System Design Achievement Awards 2013: Finalists, Machine
Stars of Building Science named, Building 4 Change
Relief for 'Darwin's headache',
Meet the keen young analysts hired by Barclays and RBS this year, eFinancialCareers

24 September
Interview - Dr Kate Woodthorpe on the cost of dying, BBC Cornwall
UK launches ambitious online university project with 21 institutions listed, Merco Press
New Super Air Condenser reduces the risk of Laboratory Floods, Labmate Online
Top UK universities to take part in expo, Zawya (also in Muscat Daily and Times of Oman)

23 September
Bath named Best Campus University,
Flying high, Pamela Cookey, The Sunday Times
UK universities offer free online courses, Computer Business Review
How consumer attitudes are affecting benefits strategies, Employee Benefits
First affordable straw houses in UK opened by Pickles, Inside Housing
Vado welcomes international students, The KBzine
Swimmers make a splash for charity, Bath Chronicle
Netball: England remain unbeaten with South Africa win, BBC Sport
England netball captain Pamela Cookey's double life, BBC Sport 
Millward and Blake among Team Bath athlete of the month award winners, Bath Chronicle
Last chance to sign up and watch Olympic swimming stars in action, This is Bristol 

20 September
UK enters global online university race, Education News
20 UK universities now offering free online short courses, International Business Times
UK: FutureLearn goes live; Willetts’ MOOC vision, The Pie News
College to unveil new sixth form centre, This is Somerset
The World Gold Council further strengthens investment capability with recruitment of William Rhind, EIN Presswire
Former pharmacist appointed CEO of the Royal College of Physicians, PJ Online
Last chance to sign up for the Swim Britain Challenge and watch Olympic stars in action, This is Bristol 
England netball captain Pamela Cookey's double life, BBC Sport 
Team Bath players looking forward to England opener v South Africa, Women Sport Report

19 September
The University of Bath starts new online courses, Bath Chronicle (See also, Education News and CIO-Asia)
Stars of Building Science: voting ends on Friday, Building 4 Change
Beetle feet inspire drug delivery patches, Royal Society of Chemistry
Joseph Rykwert wins Royal Gold Medal for architecture, E-Architect (See also Archilovers and RIBA)
Bath's Ben Rockett to head for Arctic in new cycle challenge, Bath Chronicle

18 September
UK enters global online university race, BBC
The University of Bath starts new online courses, Bath Chronicle
U.K.-Led MOOCs Alliance, FutureLearn, launches first batch of 20 free courses as it chases coursera et al, techcrunch
Sweet! Tiny, far-flying robot based on honeybee, Network World
Straw houses that won’t blow down, Noodls
Bale development will slash costs,
Research Media International Innovation Partners, Virtualization Conference & Expo
SportsTech - Rugby, Engineering and Technology Magazine

17 September
Dr Rana Jawad from the Department of Social & Policy Sciences and part of the IPR discusses the hijab and whether women should wear the veil in public, BBC Radio Somerset (Listen from 20m 36s)
Amy Williams to give on track sessions at Uni, Now Bath

16 September
Dr Hanna Diamond talks to BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour about the French feminists who are lobbying President Hollande to allow more women into the Pantheon (18: 40)
Bath residents' concerns over number of events in city BBC also on ThisisBath
University of Bath students take top two places in design contest ThisisBath
Healthy students in Bath ThisisBath
Evolution’s Clock Ticked Faster at the Dawn of Modern Animals
Carbon capture and storage to be monitored by cosmic rays Unity

13 September
Dr Rana Jawad speaks to BBC Radio Bristol about the Syria crisis  (1.08 - 1.13)
Professor Andrew Graves talks to BBC Radio Wiltshire about the privatisation of the Royal Mail
(1.06 - 1.10)
Bath  chosen as the venue for two major preparation camps for the Rio cycle UK Sport
University of Bath students have third best job prospects in UK ThisisBath
'Exposure Therapy' Along With Antidepressants May Help With OCD also in WedMD
Imperial College London Tops Cambridge, Oxford as Best for Jobs Business Week
Why America's finance industry is good for white male bankers but bad for everyone else
Tobacco Companies' Interests in Smokeless Tobacco Products in Europe Are Driven by Profit Not Health Many Years Young
Owner of Bath trike business rejects £100,000 offer from TV's Dragons' Den South West Business

12 September
'Exposure therapy' along with antidepressants may help with OCD, Winnipeg Free Press (See also Doctors Lounge, Phys.Org,
Why America’s finance industry is good for white male bankers but bad for everyone else, Noodls
Alcohol brands 'pervade' football broadcasts, BBC News - Science & Environment
Reports from University of Bath add new data to findings in dermatology,
Defining quality of life in the children of parents with severe mental illness: A preliminary stakeholder-led model, PLoS One
Tobacco companies' interests in smokeless tobacco products in Europe are driven by profit not health, Daily Me (See also Science Daily)
Bath University catering team to feed future Paralympic stars, Tuco 

11 September
Tobacco companies' interests in smokeless tobacco products in Europe are driven by profit not health, Science Codex
£2million funding for Bristol-based WiFi company, University Of Bristol
Rebuilding trust, On Medica
U.S. dominates the world's top colleges 2013, Forbes
University of Bath to host British Rio 2016 Paralympic preparation camps, Inside the Games
Paralympic stars to train in Bath, Heart
Team Bath Buccs men gearing up for new season, Bath Chronicle

10 September
Nantwich businessman enters Dragons' Den with Mountain Trike- the all-terrain wheelchair Stoke Sentinel
Seriously strange? Strangely serious Before its News

9 September
Caffeine health risks: Just a storm in a coffee cup?, Metro
Developing new space and forging partnerships is the key to helping start-ups flourish and raising the profile of Bath, South West Business
Workers unhappy in their jobs more likely to choose temping,
Social science Academicians announced, Times Higher Education
Fuelling the future, Chemistry World Blog
Do you have enough money to die?, Bitterwallet
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor to benefit from Sky Sports Scholarship, Bath Chronicle

6 September
Charities want tobacco firms to pay more tax Irish Examiner and

5 September
Alma Mater Index: Global Executives 2013 Times Higher Education
Cost of dying higher than ever Mail Online (Also BBC Radio Manchester and featured on This is, Gloucestershire Echo, Stourbridge News, Halesowen News)
Clayworks up for global award Business Cornwall
College Worker Competes For GB As A Para-Triathlon Guide Now Bath
Belief in ghosts rises - but fewer of us think UFOs really exist
Bath Chronicle

4 September
Cost of dying has 'risen sharply' The Telegraph (Also featured in The Huffington Post, The Mirror Which Mature Times Express & Star Shropshire Star This is Gloucestershire and interviewed on BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Radio London, LBC, BBC Oxford, BBC Radio Wales, BBC Somerset, U105 Belfast, BBC Radio Humberside, Palm 105.5, BBC Kent, Pure FM)
Developing new space and forging partnerships is the key to helping start ups flourish and raising the profile of Bath South West Business Doha-based Pakistani engineer gets research award Qatar Tribune

3 September
Traffic warnings as Bath prepares for busy weekend Bath Chronicle
Five-strar sailor Alexandra Rickham adds to World Championship haul Bath Chronicle

2 September
University of Bath's role in world record transfer of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid This is Bath
King of the supermarket: The long-serving boss of Sainsbury’s talks shop City AM
University of Bath course 'one of best in the world' Bath Chronicle
Crowd cheers athletes on second day of the Special Olympics Bath Chronicle
Because of Bath, MBA Lands a Job With Intel Corporation Business Because

30 August
Competition begins at Special Olympics ITV News
Acoustic waves warn of tsunami Phys.Org
U.S. missed opportunities to remove Syria's chemical weapons Bloomberg News

28 August
Study: Better monitoring for cancer Nursing in Practice
University of Bath research reveals maturing early can hit health This is Bath
Special Olympics Flame of Hope heads to Bath

23 August
New light-activated suncream will cut skin cancer (Video), Scientist Live
Light activated compounds help prevent UVA damage, Cosmetics Business 
Professor Cathryn Mitchell talks on ‘Finding a Way: The Future of Navigation’, BBC Radio 4 (Listen from 5.25)
Dr Mark Greco features on Inside Science to discuss CAT scanning beehives, BBC Radio 4 (Listen from 10.00)
Better detection for Alzheimer’s and cancers, New Zealand Doctor Online
Catalysis and Sensing for our Environment (CASE) Network, RSC Publishing Blogs
Developers line up for Bath developments that could generate 2,500 jobs, South West 
Philip Morris leads plain-packs battle in global trade arena, Winston-Salem Journal
Should cycle helmets be made compulsory?, 

22 August
From skateboards to a collaboration with eBay, CNN iReport 
RAeS Forthcoming Freshers’ Events, Royal Aeronautical Society
CMSC 2013 Shines in Sunny San Diego, Quality Digest
Special Olympics in the West,
Typhoon leaves modern pentathlon aces playing the waiting game, Bath Chronicle

21 August
Professor Paul Salkovskis talks about his bike ride to raise awareness and funds for OCD UK, BBC Somerset and BBC Bristol
The long and the sport of it, University Business UK
Bath exercise research shows every little helps, ITV News
DHL sponsors Special Olympics Summer Games 2013, SHD Logistics
One week to the Special Olympics, ITV News
Rising British athletics star Jessica Judd to study in Bath. Bath Chronicle

20 August
Bath Uni gets £65m under new round of funding, The Construction Index 
Nowhere for hydrazine to hide, Royal Society Of Chemistry
Industry responsible for much of tobacco price hikes in UK, Hospital Dr
Walking the Bath Skyline is equal to playing 90 minutes of football in health terms, Bath Chronicle
Engineering fellowships for young UK photonics researchers,
Jamieson accepts English exile, Brechin Advertiser

19 August
Poll finds British Colleges meet Students’ Standards, New York Times
Curtain up on new arts centre work at University of Bath, Bath Chronicle
Foundation courses provide firm footing for students, Education News 
University of Bath PhD graduate Luke Tregidgo wins entrepreneur award, South West 
John F Kennedy's sister behind Special Olympics, Bath Chronicle
Bath Skyline route 'a healthy step', Belfast Telegraph (See also This Is Jersey and Express & Star)
Olympic hopes on a knife edge, This is

16 August
Royal Academy of Engineering awards new Research Fellowships, RAENG
GBP65m European Investment Bank backing for University of Bath campus, Wired-Gov
Stars of Building Science: Who's in the running so far?, Building 4 Change
Under 55? Think twice before you reach for that extra cup of coffee, researchers say (poll), 
Samantha Murray on a high ahead of US Open qualifying bid, Bath Chronicle
"I will stand on start line at Sochi" vows bobsleigh ace John Jackson, Bath Chronicle

15 August
Bath University scores top marks for student satisfaction, Tuco
University of Bath breaks ground for new arts building, World Interior Design Network
Most UK students satisfied with courses, poll suggests, 
European cash for University of Bath, Insider Media Limited
BRE Trust put nearly £3m into knowledge and research over past year, Building 4 Change 
Tobacco firms responsible for half of UK cigarette price rises, Cancer Research UK 
Team GB Sochi 2014 Conference held at the University of Bath, British Universities & Colleges Sport

14 August
Student satisfaction: Bath University tops poll, (See also The Independent, University Business UK, DailyFT, Manchester Wired, MSN Money UK and Noodls)
First turf cut at new University of Bath Centre for the Arts, Specification Online
Tobacco Price Rises? Don't Put All The Blame On The Chancellor, BizWire Express 

13 August
Bath students are happiest in the country, Times (See also Bath Chronicle, Western Daily Press, Times Higher Education, The Huffington Post and AOL Money)
Cigarette price rises in UK due to companies as much as tax, Financial Times (See also Nursing in Practice and Tobacco China)
UK - Glulam, CLT & Solid Wood Experts at Timber Expo, Timber Web
UWE takes part in £9 million boost to healthcare and research in the West, Noodls
NEW GPS Jammer Detector and Locator System from Chronos Technology to be Sold in the United States by NavtechGPS, Yahoo! Finance 
Samantha Murray: Pentathlete reveals London 2012 struggle, BBC Sport
Dai Greene and Eilidh Child through to semi-finals in Moscow, Bath Chronicle

12 August
1,000 people thanked for helping with medical advances, Bath Chronicle
MEP Sir Graham Watson sets sights on fifth term, Bath Chronicle
Dai takes tentative steps back, Wiltshire Times
Clark bids Dolphin farewell in style, Swindon Advertiser

9 August
The "Avoidability" of forecast error, Smart Data Collective
Quick step your way around the city with Bath DanScape dance trail, Bath Chronicle
Rawdon Special Olympian is going for gold in next challenge, Ilkley Gazette

8 August
The students may have gone home for the summer but there is a buzz of activity at the University of Bath, South West Business
First ever Lloyds scholars alumni, Kensington and Chelsea Today
CBI appoints new South West regional director, South West Business
Gold medal success for Jo Muir, Dumfries & Galloway Standard
Defiant Dai Greene: "I believe I can defend my world title", Bath Chronicle

7 August
Dr John Troyer talks about the right to die, BBC Radio Bristol and BBC Points West
Distribution automation Europe new speaker announcement, EIN Presswire
Solidifying concrete, Structural Engineer
Month under canvas for University of Bath researcher raising money for Syrian children, Bath Chronicle

6 August
New funding will help UK universities exploit nanotechnologies, Noodls
Amateur astronomer becomes first to capture photo of a sprite over the UK, Free Republic

5 August
Professor Andrew Graves from the School of Management talks about inflation rates, BBC Radio Bristol
University of Bath scientists question our understanding of how animals on the planet evolved, Bath Chronicle
Marine life gets drowned out as oceans get noisier, Baird Maritime 
New funding will help UK universities exploit nanotechnologies, Noodls
Amateur astronomer becomes first to capture photo of a sprite over the UK, Free Republic
The world by numbers: How mathematics explains objects and events, Australasian Science
New immunology study findings have been reported by researchers at University of Bath, NewsRx
Should cyclists be forced to wear helmets?,
Olympic hero Andrew Willis visits Bracknell Bees, Bracknell Forest Standard 

2 August
On Your Head: We trust bosses most when they admit mistakes, Sunday Times
How can we make working longer better for staff?, Health Service Journal
Ocean noise could present a danger to marine life, Subsea World News
Why isn't the Government’s School Direct scheme attracting enough schools?, NewStatesman
Sprinter Sophie Kamlish targets world record after medal success, Bath Chornicle
West Bromwich Albion train at University of Bath, Bath Chornicle

1 August
More disability games than ever before, BBC News
Concern arises for marine life in West Coast of Canada, Travel And Tour World (See also Handy Shipping Guide)
When fluid dynamics mimic quantum mechanics, Opli (See also Lab Manager)

31 July
Marine life gets drowned out as oceans get noisier, The Maritime Executive (See also Cruise Industry News, All About Shipping, Travel and Tour World)
When fluid dynamics mimic quantum mechanics,
Poverty stricken, The Northern Echo 
Formula 1 engineer wins Icarus Cup 2013, Royal Aeronautical Society
Bristol venue to host National Summer Games, This is Bristol

30 July
What lies beneath: study reveals London’s mouldiest Tube lines, Science Omega
TeamGB Sochi 2014 Conference set to take place at the University of Bath, insidethegame

29 July
When fluid dynamics mimic quantum mechanics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Wheelchair designer awarded Silver Medal, Machinery Market 
Nathan Ovens: 'Winning the 3DReid prize was an honour', The Architects' Journal (Subscription only)
Student shows 2013: University of Bath, The Architects' Journal (Subscription only)
The Pentagon’s preparations for war against us, Truthdig
SWGR Hip Hop Dance Festival showcase hits Bath, Bath Chronicle

25 July
Times Higher Education best university workplace survey, Times Higher Education
The Pulse: Achieving sight through sound, ECN Magazine
Broadcasting Place architect awarded honorary degree, Leeds Metropolitan University
Murray letting go of the past, Sporting

24 July
New case study: Assembly Workshop, Hooke Park, Trada
Nano coating could preserve vaccines during transport and save millions of lives, Optimist World (See also SpecialChem S.A)
The 'safe' painkiller that is turning unsuspecting women into drug addicts,
Research into fusion power wins prestigious engineering prize for outstanding early career engineer, raeng

23 July
The 'safe' painkiller that is turning unsuspecting women into drug addicts, Mail Online
SETsquared incubator ranks best in Europe for start-ups, Electronics Weekly 
Bath University to cut its PGCE course. The reason: School Direct, Guardian
Special Olympics: Table Tennis – The Knowledge, Able

22 July
Dying shame: Shock rise of paupers' funerals as recession bites hard,
Jubilee line mouldiest London Tube station, study claims, Sun News Network (See also The Independent)
Could graphene switches lead to 100-times faster internet? Topix (See also The Hindu )
Airborne wind turbines continue to advance,
New nano coating could preserve vaccines and save millions of lives, Noodls
Researchers add nanoneedle to AFM probe for greater corneocyte detail, Cosmetics and Toiletries
UK universities the best in Europe at fostering start-ups, Presse Box
Discovery will help green technologies harness solar power, Opli
Return of the power scrum, Sunday World
British triumph has Dai back on track, This is

19 July
BBC launches User Experience Research Partnership, Satellite Spotlight (See also Televisual, Broadcast Now, Digital Spy and others)
Titanium research could boost PV solar cell performance,
Music-syncing app SoundSYNK creates impromptu surround sound system,

18 July
Fungus foray: Which London tube line is mouldiest? New Scientist
Labour anger at government’s decision to shelve plain cigarette packaging, Blue & Green Tomorrow 
A sporting chance, BioPortfolio

17 July
Graphene could deliver Internet 100 times faster, (See also and Telecompaper)
Bale House, Isla Earth
Student completes 'tough' tribute in memory of friend, Cambridge News

16 July
Graphene may boost internet speeds by hundred times, Graphene Times (See also SAMENA Telecommunications Council, ZME Science Blog and others)
Brewing up a fuel, Chemistry and Industry
Students on track for a career in railway engineering, PR Fire 
More action needed to help the near million strong long-term unemployed, M2
A-Level Chemists identify the cause of death!, Chew Valley School

15 July
Graphene May Boost Internet Speed 100 Times: Study, Communications Today (Also at Graphene Times, Electronics Weekly, Nanotechnology Now, Before It's News and others)
How well can you see with your ears? Device offers new alternative to blind people, StemCell Therapy
Former engineer Jeffrey Jupp is new Friends of Bath Abbey chairman, Bath Chronicle
Olympic silver medallist Jamieson picks up British universities sportsman of the year award, Inside World Parasport

11 July
Miracle material graphene could deliver internet one hundred times faster, Display Plus (See also Photonics Online, and Graphene Times)
How well can you see with your ears? Device offers new alternative to blind people, Terra Daily (Also at OphthalmologyWeb,, Popular Science, Medgadget, The Economic Times and others)
Scientists solve titanic puzzle of popular photocatalyst, Solar Energy News (See also Before It's News)
Students on track for a career in rail, Rail Professional

10 July
Device allows blind to ‘see’ with their ears, Before It's News (Also at Hawkesbury Gazette,, Town & Country Magazine, Business Standard, The Times Of India and others)
Tim Morgan, of The Mountain Trike Company wins Silver Medal from The Royal Academy of Engineering, South West 
Global Communication Technologists Set to Deliver Keynotes at ECOC 2013,

9 July
New device turns sounds into images, Irish Examiner (See also MSN NZ ,, Sydney Morning Herald, BioPortfolio, Investor Central, Science Newsline , Science Daily, AZoSensors and Nano Patents and Innovations)
Dr Michael Proulx discusses the vOICe on the World Tonight, BBC Radio 4 (Listen from 25.15)
Scientists solve titanic puzzle of popular photocatalyst, EurekAlert! 
Africa: Mixing methods in research on poverty and vulnerability - 10 Years On, All
Electric car glory for ETH Zurich at Formula Student 2013, Professional Engineering
Four excel in Stonewall's gay guide to universities, The Guardian
Practice: a platform to test new performance work & ideas, Salisbury Arts Centre, Arts Jobs & Arts News 

8 July
Device turns sound into images, Talk Talk (See also Big Pond, Special Broadcasting Service, Herald Scotland, Skynews, NLTimes,, and Western Daily Press)
Breakthrough research to help drug addicts avoid relapse, Australian Healthcare & Hospitals Association
NHS: Nurses to be asked to work until age of 68, 
University of Bath graduate's wheelchair design scoops Royal Academy of Engineering silver medal, Bath Chronicle
Bradford engineer tells of his delight over honorary degree, Wiltshire Times 

5 July
Professor Paul Stallard from our Department for Health discusses a study looking into how to help children cope with anxiety, BBC Radio Bristol
Reinforced glass, The Economist
University of Bath honour for athletics coach Malcolm Arnold, Bath Chronicle
Bath introduces students to chem eng, TCE Today
In pictures: 3DReid student prize 2013 shortlist unveiled, The Architects' Journal 

4 July
What is turning these lakes pink?
EPSRC awards £3.8m funding for research on construction and management of infrastructure, AzoBuild
Bath Executive MBA student appointed Chief Executive of Sunfield Children's Home, BizWire

3 July
Handheld GPS jamming detector and locator system, Bapco Journal
Funeral cost experts advise families to prepare for the challenges of bereavement, 
Building scientific innovation into the construction sector, Phys.Org 
Disabled Students’ Allowance caps ‘should be scrapped’, Times Higher Education
Bath-based swimmers qualify for World Championships, 

2 July
Sustainable communities centre destined for Brazil, Building 4 Change
8-Gingerol Figure options Formation of ROS NADPH dependent ROS formation, Flixya – Blog

1 July
Students become social entrepreneurs at Spitalfields Market, Fresh Business Thinking 
Special Olympics to kick off at Royal Crescent in Bath, Bath Chronicle
Are bike helmets a no-brainer for cyclists?, The Press
Jamieson qualifies for worlds with 200m breaststroke win, BBC Sport 
Plymouth hurdler Dave King forced out of German meet, This is Devon
SPORT: Emily’s shot at cash boost, Gazette & Herald

28 June
‘Disco break’ SETsquared students now in running for world app prize,
Four entrepreneurs receive Silver Medals for outstanding commercial success, Royal Academy of Engineering
Coffee shop art show, Bath Chronicle
Dr Rob Williams from the Department of Biology & Biochemistry discusses this week's neuroscience Conference, BBC Somerset, BBC

27 June
BRE Trust supports new sustainable development research centre in Brazil, Facilities Management Journal
The new industrial revolution — Amir Husain, Daily Times

26 June
Margareta Kern: Clothes for Death, AN Magazine for Artists
How A Bath MBA Is Changing The 'Typical' Job Search In Mexico, Business Because
Bradford on Avon businessman Anthony Best to receive an honorary degree from University of Bath, South West
What We Are Fighting For - 11 of 17, Daily Referrndum Blogspot

25 June
University of Bath opens autism summer school, BBC (See also The Family Grapevine)
John Struthers talks about our new arts centre, BBC Radio News
NHS probe launched on effects of raised pensions age, HR Magazine
Children's author Philip Pullman and athletics coach Malcolm Arnold to get honorary degrees from University of Bath, Bath Chronicle
30 under 30: Transforming Metals and Brewing Beer, Scientific America (Features PhD student David Liptrot)
Raspberry Pi inventor joins silver medal table, Telegraph

24 June
Wordsmith lifeguard given powers to rhyme as new Bard of Bath, Wiltshire Times
The role of universities in powering enterprise, Business Zone 

21 June
Life After Death, We Heart
How to Turn Knowledge Into a Tangible Asset, Bloomberg Businessweek
Let Europe Defend Itself, Atlantic Council

20 June
Marine Harvest Director Parker named OBE,
NHS could suffer 'staff shortages' due to early retirements, report warns, GP online
Gifted youngsters take on joint school project, Swindon Advertiser
Blirt SA to Work With lsbc on Out-Licensing Its Antifungal Assets, ClinicaSpace - a division of biospace

19 June
Latest NASA ASTRONAUT class is HALF FEMALE, The Register
Brunel's Engine Shed reborn as regional centrepiece,This is Bristol
Alcohol regulation needs to catch up with online marketing aimed at young people, Health Canal
Diplomats Discuss Future of OSCE at Conference,The Moscow Times
UK-India smart grid research partnerships announced,
Twenty-Seven Speaker Slots Filled at CMSC, Quality magazine
NHS review backs hike in retirement age to 68 years for GPs, Pulse

18 June
Architectural award for University of Bath's Sigita Burbulyte, South West 
Pentagon bracing for public dissent over climate and energy shocks, Climate Connections
Green light for Bath arts centre, Insider Media Limited
Working beyond age 60 doesn’t affect performance, review finds, Careers BMJ
Full House at 29th Annual CMSC, Quality Digest (See also MCAD Cafe)
US Army major from Spokane among new NASA trainees, NBC (Also at Knoxville Times,, Imperial Valley News and others)
City hurdler King qualifies for European Juniors while Simson is British number one, This is Plymouth
Pension deficits are no longer a matter for shareholders to be relaxed about, Irish Times 

17 June
Pentagon bracing for public dissent over climate and energy shocks, Guardian (See also Peak Oil, Common Dreams and Before It's News)
New Findings from University of Bath Yields New Data on Dermatology, NewsRx 
'Self-healing' concrete gets EU funding, Machinery Market
A perfect match -- new UK-India research partnerships unveiled, Phys.Org 
Cowlin And Uni Of Bath Celebrate Topping-Out, NOW Bath
MiniTec keeps motorsports spick and span, Find the Needle
3 Minutes Of Exercise Is All You Need,
Morrisons to feed Special Olympics GB's 2013 National Summer Games in Bath, Bath Chronicle, (See also Talking Retail and International Supermarket News 

14 June
Work experience is 'essential' for graduate jobseekers, Independent (Students studying at University of Bath highlighted as having one of the highest chances of securing a job.)
New nanoneedle technique probes inner workings of human skin, CNET (See also Ad Hoc News, Medgadget Cosmetics Design North America,and NewsRx)
New £2.5 million partnership between the University of Bath and Wessex Water unveiled, South West (See also Insider Media Limited)
New spin on wind turbine adds solar element, TreeHugger (See also A Green Living Blog and inhabitat)
EPSRC Supports UK-India Research on Smart Energy Grids and Energy Storage, (See also 4-Traders and Benzinga)
UK: Health Groups Dismayed by News ''Big Tobacco'' Funded Rightwing Thinktanks, Tobacco China 
Exercise Improves Metabolic Syndrome After Menopause, HCPLive (See also Pri-Med and MPR)
SMi's 3rd annual Distribution Automation Europe, 
Many hands are a big help, Bath Chronicle
Euro-star Yasmin all set for world domination, Portsmouth News 

13 June
Skin Secrets Could Be Revealed Using Nanoneedle, University of Bath Study, Device Space
Green facelift for concrete buildings
, Ingenia
UK drugs research project gets £34.2-m funding, Business Line
Reputed manufacturing research centre gets 34.2m pound funding, MSN News

12 June
Nanoneedle technique helps scientists study the stratum corneum, Cosmetics Business (See also Health Canal and AZoNano)
Study to develop psychological support for child burn victims, Children & Young People Now
Concrete idea by Bath researchers could prove big business for construction industry, South West
Reputed manufacturing research centre gets £34.2-m funding, Business Line (See also Business Standard )

11 June
Hybrid wind turbine goes solar, TG Daily (See also DPA Magazine and EDN Asia)
SETsquared awards showcase UK entrepreneurial talent, CNN iReport 
Preventing child burns, Cardiff University (See also University Of Bristol)

10 June
New hybrid technology set to change the future of renewables, World of Wind Energy
New Spin On Wind Turbine Adds Solar Element, EarthTechling
Bath researchers in new national centre to reduce sports injuries risk,
Unleashing green energy, Bath Chronicle
University of Bath team hope to create concrete that heals itself, Bath Chronicle
Students and university life should be valued by city, Bath Chronicle
Students' good use of time, Bath Chronicle
Inflatable Concrete Simplifies Shelter, PaintSquare 
Industrial Hemp: The Answer for a Greener Future, Peak Oil 
Astronomer William Hershel sculpture unveiled in Bath, BBC Bristol website
Stem Cell Congress – London, Lab Bulletin
No, we can't burn people for electricity, Mother Nature Network
Cash boost for Glasgow-based drug research project, BBC
Strathclyde-based chemical manufacturing research centre receives £34.2m boost, Medical Technology Business Europe 

6 June
New hybrid technology could ‘revolutionise green sector’, Energy Live News (See also World of Photovoltaics, Efficient Energy and
Bath architecture student named winner of RIBA scholarship, E-Architect (See also Building Design, Dexinger and RIBA)
Detector for lung disease, Times of Malta
Two friends who studied at Bath University have ambitions for a large chain of cafes, South West 
Success built on ethics - The Body Shop story, MWEB

5 June
Bath University scientists to create 'self-healing concrete', BBC News
Antibody search CiteAb lists its 1 millionth antibody, Medical Xpress (See also Green Technology)
Hi-tech lung probe plan, Englemed Health News
Princess praises 'splendid facilities' at Bristol school, South West
Dynamic duo dreaming of a Friska future, This is Bristol

4 June
University league table - University of Bath up two places to 7th, Guardian
Bath University uses bacteria for self-healing concrete, Giz Mag 
Microscopic probe set to help premature babies, E&T magazine
Princess praises 'splendid facilities, 'This is Bristol
A look at some prominent colleges of Mumbai, Times of India

3 June
Bath University honorary doctorate for retiring Bishop of Bath and Wells, Bath Chronicle
Health groups dismayed by news 'big tobacco' funded rightwing thinktanks, The Guardian
National: 'Big tobacco' funded rightwing thinktanks: Two organisations that criticised plain packaging reforms received money from cigarette firms,
Micro-capsules and bacteria to be used in self-healing concrete, DPA Magazine 
Scientists Developing Self-Healing Concrete With Micro-Capsules and Bacteria, Professional Education & Development Records Organiser
10 Incredible Things You Can Make With 3D Printers, Manufacturers Monthly
The price of education: Is university a waste of money?, Mail
Volunteer training starts for Special Olympics,
Sprint hurdler King aims to keep up good form in Belgium, Plymouth Herald


31 May
Why shoppers don’t care about Bangladesh, MarketWatch from The Wall Street Journal
Cash transfers boost spending on education, health: study,
Ladybird can be a pest in disguise, The Wentachee World
Nano-factory promises great things for graphene science, Engineer Live

30 May
The artist who tried to capture death, Guardian
You are hired, The Hindu

29 May
Student start-up Vertigo Ventures founded by Laura Fedorciow and Bokani Tshidzu feature in Guardian, Guardian
Dr Gary Mathlin talks about Caroline Herscel on the Anna King show,  also here, BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Tobacco tactics hinder public health efforts in smoking reduction - The case of the UK. European Public Health Alliance 
Most parents call on their kids for tech support, South Burnett Times

28 May
How to beat your kids at computers, IOL - Independent Online 
Countdown begins to the National Summer Games in Bath, Bath Chronicle
Team Bath win fifth Netball Superleague title, ITV (See also Bath Chronicle)
Toxic shock syndrome can't hide from fluorescent medical dressing, Giz Mag
Ladybird can be a pest in disguise, McClatchy 
Most parents call on their kids for tech support, The Satellite 
Plymouth hurdler David King heads to next challenge after qualifying time, This is Devon 

24 May
Professor Paul Salkovskis helps Wendy on Britain’s Biggest Hoarder, BBC
Researchers aim to develop sustainable platform to produce terpene-based chemicals, SpecialChem S.A 
APSCo Forum finds success in complex procurement relies on balance between analytical and emotional intelligence,
Fraternity, propaganda and transformation: thinking about 'welfare', Ekklesia 
University of Bath, East Building, Find the Needle
Dragons meet Bath in Superleague showdown, South West Sports News

23 May
Are children naturally better with computers than their parents?, The Independent 
Sometimes it's hard to be a man, Times Higher Education
Appointments - 23 May 2013, Times Higher Education 
Invading Ladybugs Carry Bioweapons, Chemical & Engineering News
At the cutting edge of cladding, The Construction Index
5 foods that will make you cycle faster, Yahoo! News - South Africa
First Selections for Great Britain WUGS Team Announced, British Universities & Colleges Sport

22 May
Masked donors: new study reveals why people make large donations anonymously, University Of Bristol

21 May
Dr Matt Dickson discusses raising the participation age on 5 live Investigates, BBC (Also here and here)
UKCPA Clinical Pharmacy Research Grant winner announced, Pharmi
Injectable drug error project wins UKCPA grant, PJ Online
Education Fair 2013 from May 24 June 09, Minglebox 
Harlequin ladybirds carry disease fatal to other ladybirds, Wildlife Extra
Procurement faces complex performance, especially with recruitment, Recruiter
Rising by degrees, Midland Express 
Brain stimulation promises ‘long-lasting’ maths boost, The Trinidad Guardian 

20 May
Scientists uncover link between epilepsy and autism, Epilepsy Research UK
Brain Stimulation Increases Ability to do Math, AkronNewsNow (See also AllVoices)
Functional Group Oxidation, Organic Chemistry
Luke Tregidgo, from the Enterprise Unit at the University of Bath: Why entrepreneurship is an important element of degree study, South West
Rising by degrees, Hawkesbury Gazette
Harlequin ladybird can be a pest in disguise, Los Angeles Times
Brunel University student Sam Clarke from Caterham invents pen for eczema sufferers, Croydon Guardian
Team Bath reach Netball Superleague final with victory over Manchester Thunder, Bath Chronicle
Bath student Danny Talbot aims to put down his marker, Bath Chronicle
Medals and national qualifying times for Hoddesdon swimmers, Hertfordshire Mercury

17 May
Dr Michael Proulx helps author Peter White see with sound on the One Show, BBC
Professor Paul Salkovskis helps retired chemical engineer Jeff deal with his hoard on Britain’s Biggest Hoarder, BBC  And again here.
Dr SallyAnn Wakeford discusses the link between epilepsy and autism with Geoff Twentyman, BBC Radio Bristol (Interviews also given on BBC Radio Somerset and Heart FM)
Ladybird Bioterrorists, The Scientist
Research in Bath finds link between epilepsy and autism, Bath Chronicle (See also Zimbabwe Star)
Brain stimulation promises 'long-lasting' maths boost, BBC News
Team GBR - The Journey Begins, British Universities & Colleges Sport
Lecturer Tom is up for top award, Bath Chronicle
Olympic swimming heroes Michael Jamieson and David Wilkie in BBC interview, Bath Chronicle
Students go close, University of Bath

16 May
Dr SallyAnn Wakeford discuss the link between epilepsy and autism, BBC Radio Scotland
Scientists discover a link between epilepsy and autism for the first time, Mail (See also Sun FM, Belfast Telegraph, , and
How one of youngest funeral directors in Britain chose career after seeing grandmother's body as a child, Mail
‘No-nonsense culture’ pays off as Trowbridge academy turns itself around, Swindon Advertiser 
Plymouth hurdler King confident ahead of career landmark meet at Loughborough, This is Devon 

15 May
Would you pay more for fair-trade socks? Market Watch (Featuring Dr Iain Davies)
Xerox fellow uses webcam to monitor vital health signs,
Matt Stevens: I am more than just a support act for the Lions, London Evening Standard 
Great Britain Kit Revealed, British Universities & Colleges Sport
Heather Olver in England team for World Badminton Championships in China, Bath Chronicle

14 May
Dr Aurelien Mondon discusses Nazism, Voice of Russia
Why HR must be based on evidence, science and international standards, Personnel Today

13 May
Give yourself a boost with our 10-minute tips, Express
Bath student in top 10 web developers, South West Business
EPSRC invests £32m in projects to develop smart systems and sensors for healthcare, Medical Technology Business Europe
Biomass: When could torrefaction be commercially viable?, Renewable Energy Focus
Food Security Land Research Alliance, Cardiff University 
Virginia Tech researchers create underwater spy robot, Computer World
Functional Group Interconversion, Organic Chemistry
Experiment in Sevens Lab left me tied up in knots, Evening Standard

10 May
75 minutes of light exercise a week ‘makes big difference’, Irish Examiner (See also Health Insurance, Bath Chronicle, and The Active Times)
Phones, probes and sensors to transform healthcare, WebWire 
SmartGeometry 2013, AEC Magazine 

9 May
Half the recommended exercise can cut risk of serious illness, Medical Xpress (See also Mail Online , The Times of Malta, Irish Examiner,
'Crouch, bind, set' - scrum laws to be re-set again, TVNZ (See also The Marlborough Express, Waikato Times, International Rugby Board)
Ukoln hit by job losses as Jisc removes funding, Times Higher Education
Appointments - 9 May 2013, Times
Phones, probes and sensors to transform healthcare, EPSRC
Runner wins same race mum did 27 years ago – beating her by 0.32 of a second, Deadline News 

8 May
Light exercise 'makes difference', MSN News UK (See also The Times of Malta)
Clare takes the plunge to help at Olympic pool, This is Bristol
London 2012 silver medallist Samantha Murray inspires South West's top talent, Bath Chronicle

7 May
Internationalisation of UK universities remains key to competitiveness and economic growth, University Business UK
Blind people have better memory skills than those with sight | Medindia, (See also Medical Observer)
Students love their neighbours in Bath - but worry over state of some flats, Bath Chronicle
500th volunteer signed up for Special Olympics National Summer Games, ITV Westcountry
University of Bath rowers prepare for BUCS regatta, Bath Chronicle
Olympic champion Amy Williams named new vice-president of British Skeleton, Bath Chronicle
British and Irish Lions 2013: Matt Stevens ready to show Australia he is more than just a 'slab of red meat', Telegraph

3 May
University tops regional rankings, Bath Chronicle
Proof that blind have most reliable memories, Bath Chronicle
Bid to get 'world's best job', Bath Chronicle
French reactionary hypocrisy – the hijab, gay marriage and secularism, Open Democracy
Swimmer Michael Jamieson wins personality prize at University of Bath Blues Awards, Bath Chronicle
Games win backing of three Olympic stars, Bath Chronicle

2 May
Blind people 'have better memories', Big Pond News
Etsy, Credit Suisse and other recent speakers at B-school campuses, Business Because 
Ed Morrison answers your questions: #AskEd, Rugby Football Union

1 May
Congenitally blind people have more accurate memories, research finds, Health Canal (See also Cape Argus , and The Times of Malta)
Big Pharma: social impact index reveals a lack of transparency, Guardian
Hundreds flock to college for advice on future careers, Swindon Advertiser 
Warning that innovation can be frustrated by learning programmes, Public Net 
Judo duo Sarah Maslen and Ben Fletcher among Team Bath monthly award winners, Bath Chronicle


30 April
Dr Michael Proulx discusses how congenitally blind people have more accurate memories, BBC Radio 4 Today (Also on BBC News 24, World Service, BBC Radio Scotland and BBC Radio Bristol)
Blind people have better memories: study, The Australian - Higher Education (See also The New Age, Medical Xpress , Health Canal, Softpedia  6 Minutes , French Tribune, Nature World News, Medical Observer , and Africanseer Portal,)
Dr Theodoros Papadopoulos discusses the economic crisis in Greece and the fire sale of Greek public property, BBC Radio Bristol
Increase in ‘pauper’s funerals’, Gainsborough Standard 
The National Council for Hypnotherapy responds to smoking ban reducing accident and emergency admissions, PRWEb
Internal coaching, in-house training and internal knowledge sharing "could be thwarting innovation”
warns CIPD study
, Relocate Magazine (See also Wired-Gov)
Smokefree laws reduce adult asthma admissions, The Medical News 
New Healthwatch chairman to give voice to patients, This is Gloucestershire

29 April
Blind people have accurate memory, Daily Mail (See also Special Broadcasting Service, Scotsman, Yorkshire Post, Bath Chronicle)
Professor Andrew Graves discusses redundancies at Honda, BBC
Cambridge beats Oxford in major university league table, Telegraph
UEA tops Student Experience Survey, The National Student
'Our common aim is normalizing Kosovo-Serbia relations' - Balkans expert, The Voice of Russia 
Sparky debate promised, Wilts and Glos Standard 
UK funds R&D project on high-thermal-conductivity substrates for GaN electronics, Semiconductor Today
Increase in ‘pauper’s funerals’, Retford Trader and Guardian
Paul Fox To Receive Individual Achievement SABRE, The Holmes Report

26 April
Professor Bernie Morley, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Learning & Teaching) spoke to Radio Bristol about the University's rise in the THE Student Experience Survey (1.24.17)
Professor Chris Martin was interviewed by Radio Wiltshire about the GDP (2.10.00)
Does Class Shape Men’s Attitudes toward Home Improvement Projects? The University of Chicago Press
Can't assume that it's safe to fracture Mendips rock layer This is Somerset

25 April
THE Student Experience Survey 2013, Times Higher Education
The impact of non-formal education in youth organizations on young people’s employability, Microsoft Europe
Funding for new green energy material, Machinery Market
University of Bath to develop research park, Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists
Internationalising the curriculum in a national context, Centre for Education Research and Policy
Do I learn outside the classroom? Validation of non-formal learning by Dr. Manuel Souto, Organising Bureau of European School Students Unions
HRD 2013: Favoured L&D practices could be thwarting innovation, warns CIPD, onrec

24 April
Myths and reality of union power and the winter of discontent Guardian
Student jailed for £5,000 attempt to bribe professor over failed dissertation Independent

23 April
Beyond the Call of Duty – The Social Worker GBG
Study shows teenagers can have a ball without excess Noodls
BioMed Central announces winner of 7th Annual Research Awards
Call for groundwater use to cut capital's building energy costs Efficient Energy
Council pledge over more River Avon safety fencing in Bath Thisisbath

22 April
UK workers aid China quake victims Daily Star, also in Harrogate Advertiser,  Garstang Courier, Cambridge News , Inside the Games , Daily Record , This Is Gurnsey
Do cigarette companies use tax hikes in strategy? Chicago Tribune, also in GMA News and MedIndia
Complaints to be reviewed by new PCC appointee  ITV, also in Swindon Advertiser
Greece's great fire sale, Telegraph
Good Attitude Critical When Coping With Layoff Trauma, Theramatch 
Booklet had emotional influence on voters, court told, Irish Times, also in Eircom
Will Paraguay's presidential election be a 'return to the past'?, CS Monitor

18 April
University of Bath guide, Telegraph
How U.K. tobacco firms stay one step ahead of the regulator: study, Globe and Mail
Tobacco companies keep prices of some brands down to retain smokers, Netdoctor
Smoking ban linked to 1900 fewer asthma admissions, On Medica
University of Bath building on opportunities for composites in construction industry, Bath Chronicle
Three local councils prove that innovation in the public sector goes beyond doing 'more for less', PoliticsHome
Cautious innovators’ of local government must boost collaboration, report finds,
Ulysses strategy, beware the Sirens? The HR Director 
Jamie Cooke lifts British senior title, Wilts and Glos Standard
Jamie Barrow's speed snowboarding record bid 'isn't without risk', Sky Sports 
Scrum penalties killing rugby, Sport24

17 April
Dr Niels Vollaard from the Department for Health discusses High Intensity Training after Andrew Marr's claim it may have caused his stroke, BBC Radio 2
Dr Michelle Sims talks about the drop in asthma emergencies since smoke free legislation came in, Radio Somerset and Radio Wiltshire
Emergency asthma admissions down 4.9% since smoking ban, Times (See also Guardian, Louth Leader, Noodls, Optimist World , ITV This Morning, Buckingham Advertiser, Western Daily Press, Bath Chronicle, ITV Com, Today Online , Sleaford Standard , Congoo News , Englemed Health News , Tobacco China, and )
Tobacco companies deflect effect of tax increases, Science Omega (See also Tobacco China)
Research into composites at the University of Bath could revolutionise the construction sector, South West Business
The 2013 Behavioural Finance Forum, EIN Presswire
University of Bath to host Special Olympics GB 2013 Summer Games, Inside the Games
Team Bath Netball thrash Surrey Storm in Superleague Showdown opener, Bath Chronicle
British snowboarder Jamie Barrow on bid to break 100mph barrier, BBC Sport

16 April
Smoking ban cuts asthma, ITV News (See also Boots WebMD , Ashbourne News Telegraph, Mail Online, Boating Cornwall, The Fiji, Stamford Mercury, Wiltshire TimesHalesowen News, Daily Star and Yorkshire Post )
Tobacco companies keep people smoking despite UK cigarette tax increases, Science Codex 
Dr John Troyer discusses freeze drying human remains on Bang Goes the Theory, BBC
Pauper's funerals soar as government refuses to pay, AOL Money 
How much does home-field advantage matter in soccer?, Bleacher Report
Special Olympics GB officially sign on with University of Bath for 2013 Games, Bath Chronicle
Smart Bandages, Science Buzz 
England's Kim Oliver drops in on girls' rugby training at Lambridge, Bath Chronicle

15 April
Public sector can improve engagement by involving entire workforce in strategic decisions, HR Magazine 
All-sky imager tracks auroral red arcs over Europe, Science Codex 
Tobacco Companies Keep People Smoking Despite UK Cigarette Tax Increases,
Why is corporate Britain's reputation in tatters?, Management Today 
e=Defence Medical Services Annual Pharmacy Conference 2012, PJ Online 
Visitors to Bath to get street tours with a difference - from homeless people, South West
Bath's golden rowing girls Helen Glover and Heather Stanning honoured by the Queen, Bath Chronicle
Pamela Cookey vows to "right the wrong" as Team Bath Netball resume title bid, Bath Chronicle

12 April
"Honda in denial" says Bath University professor,
Wound Dressing Signals Presence of Toxic Bacteria, Hospimedica 
How to make IT key to efficiency, Bath Chronicle
Middle-class students 'feeling out of place at former polys', Telegraph
New Bath tours launched, led by the homeless, Telegraph
Can Math Help Cities Make Greener Decisions? Government Technology
China And The RMA Today – Analysis, Eurasia Review
Global Survey Findings On Accounting For Sustainability Practices Released By CIMA, AICPA and CICA, Noodls 

11 April
Prof. Hope-Hailey: Trust in certain types of businesses is still quite high (Video), Management Today
What Math can tell us about technology's spread through cities, Atlantic cities online
UK backs storage with £3.2m, Recharge
Does Class Shape Men's Attitudes Toward Home Improvement Projects? Science Daily
Does class shape men's attitudes toward home improvement projects? Daily Me 
UK project to study energy materials at atomic scale, The Engineer
Posh spice up CVs to gain edge at post-1992s, Times Higher Education
Secret City Tours tours of Bath run by homeless, BBC News
The Secret City Tours of Bath . . . led by homeless people, Bath Chronicle
Olympic medallist Murray triumphs at British Modern Pentathlon Games in Solihull, 

10 April
Engagement special: Veronica Hope-Hailey on defining engagement,
Does class shape men's attitudes toward home improvement projects?, Science Codex (See also Science Newsline and Alpha Galileo)
UK project to study energy materials at atomic scale, The Engineer

9 April
Wage trouble, Investors Chronicle 
Backs bear a heavy burden, Technology News
Murray, Cooke and Prise take titles at British Championships, Women Sport Report
ProQuest Partnerships Expand Access to International Dissertations and Theses, Herald
Graduation provides taste of life at university, Swindon Advertiser
Rebuilding trust in British business, Management TodayDr Jean Van Den Elsen from the department of Biology & Biochemistry was interviewed by The Breeze radio about a new technique to detect age-related diseases early. (No link)

8 April
University of Bath to receive part of a £12 million grant,  South West Business
Bath buildings in line for accolades at Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) awards, Bath Chronicle
Scientists find way to identify age-related conditions using blood tests, Barchester Healthcare
North Bristol trust working on burns dressing breakthrough, Health Service Journal
10 brilliant young web developers to watch in 2013, Creative Bloq 
Vietnamese students in UK advertise national culture,
Samantha Murray and Joe Choong crowned British Modern Pentathlon Champions, Bath Chronicle
Cardiff University investigates rugby match fixing allegations over fixture with Swansea, Wales Online
Team Bath Judo Club quartet get European Championships call, Bath Chronicle

5 April
Now firms can show they pay fairly, Bath Chronicle
Students set sights on human-powered submarine speed record, Giz Mag
Engineers to Explore Use of Aerospace Materials in Architecture, DesignBuild Source 
Team Bath Racing unveil carbon-fibre car for Formula Student challenge, Bath Chronicle

4 April
Bath student launches new accreditation for companies to prove how much tax they are paying , Bath Chronicle
Tech Universe: Thursday 4 April, New Zealand Herald
Lessons needed to end abuse at home, say Keele University researchers, This is Staffordshire
20 years on and departments of education are ‘next in line for the treatment’ again, Wired-Gov 

3 April
Energy research wins £2m boost, Bath Chronicle
How does innovation take hold in a community? Math modeling can provide clues, Press (See also Electric Light & Power, Siam and Science Daily)
Professor Rob Briner talks to Peter Quinn about study plans, University of London
Why fathers take care of offsprings in some animals decoded, Business Standard
Electrophoresis technique could identify diseases earlier, Laboratory Talk
University of Bath researchers raise hope of faster tests for major conditions, Bath Chronicle
New technique detecting sugar-coated proteins could identify diseases earlier, BioPortfolio
New calibration free system for monitoring blood sugar levels, Phys.Org
Bandage developed which detects infections in children, English (See also Gadget Users, PSFK and Medgadget)
University-led incubator network sees start-ups win £30m of funding in one year, Startups
Inspired by travel #4: Elephant Branded, Startups
Inspired by travel #2: My Destination, Startups
Nanomaterial research wins gold, Engineering Capacity
Commission considers good and bad of British banking, TD Waterhouse (See also The U.S Daily, Bank Systems & Technology and Advanced Technology)
University of Bath students helping the elderly be heard in society, Bath Chronicle
Syrian students 'should study at UK universities for free', Telegraph
Stirling and Bath retain University Team Championships, Lawn Tennis Association


28 March
Revolutionary nanotechnology burns dressing glows when it detects an infection, Nanowerk
Scientists Create Plaster That Glows At Detection Of Infections, Channels Television
Benefit cuts and rhetoric undermine a bastion of civilised society, Guardian
A weekly look over the shoulders of our scholar-reviewers, Times
Team Bath judo quartet win medals in Argentina, Bath Chronicle

27 March
New Medical Dressing “Lights Up” When Wound Becomes Infected, 
Life-saving 'wonder plaster' that glows when it detects deadly infections, Mail Online
Ground-breaking research park in Wroughton gets the green light, Swindon Advertiser
Aquae Sulis Performance Swimming Club welcomes Sharron Davies MBE as patron, Bath Chronicle
Rio delight for Samantha Murray, Clitheroe Advertiser and Times

26 March
Dr Toby Jenkins discusses the burns dressing that could save young lives, BBC Bang Goes the Theory
Scientists at University of Bath develop serious burns dressing, Bath Chronicle (See also This is Bristol, Yougear, Wired, Manchester Wired, HealthCanal and World News)
Interview with theAJ's Emerging Woman Architect runner-up - Maria Smith, The Architects' Journal 

25 March
Burn dressing 'lights up' to signal an infection,
University of Bath scientist Professor Furong Li seeking a greener future, Bath Chronicle
Conference: Rethinking Paraguayan History, Project MUSE 
Samantha Murray fifth at Modern Pentathlon World Cup in Rio, Brazil, Bath Chronicle

22 March
New system to monitor blood glucose levels could save intensive care patients, Optimist World
Launch of UK-wide equipment sharing database for HE, University Business UK
Smart nanomaterials researcher takes top prize for engineering display in Parliament, RAENG
Treating effluents through electrochemical procedure, The Hindu
Scientist seeking a greener future, Power Engineering

21 March
Why bird fathers are left holding the baby, Birdwatch 
Appointments - 21 March 2013, Times Higher Education
First speakers announced for Beyond HD Masters as Sony joins, TVB Europe 
Text-mining spat heats up,
3rd Annual Dissolution Symposium on June 3-4 2013, European Pharmaceutical Review 
Props say urgent scrum reform is needed before it ruins the game, The Guardian
University of Bath to stage British Colleges Sport National Championships, Bath Chronicle

20 March
New drug to halt flu virus mutation, BioSpectrum Asia
How to be flu free forever, Sangbad Australia
University and Age UK B&NES work together on forum for older people, Mature Times
Walk this way, Mature Times 
New calibration free system for monitoring blood sugar levels,
Clegg in Bristol to unveil £2bn investment in aerospace, Bristol24-7
No-dig's carbon benefits trumpeted, The Construction Index

19 March
Professor Andrew Graves discusses 400 redundancies at Devon firm, BBC Radio Bristol
Professor Tamas Szekely  talks about new research into why, for some species, it's the fathers rather than mothers that care for the young, BBC Radio Bristol
Professor Tony Walter discussing the language of grief on ‘The Verb’, BBC Radio 3
Professor Andrew Graves discusses the big aerospace announcement, BBC Radio Somerset
Flu Free Forever, Mind Food
Counselling Session With University Of Bath, 
Clean sweep of victories for University of Bath sporting sides, Bath Chronicle

18 March
Research in U.K. Rising to Meet Global Challenges, Smart Energy Universe
£30m raised for SETsquared businesses, Insider Media Limited
Aurelien Mondon discusses far right politics in Europe, Open Democracy
Sparking an interest at Bath Taps into Science, Bath Chronicle

15 March
Can Twitter open up a new space for learning, teaching and thinking? Guardian
Protein Creation Rate Mystery Solved, Bioscience Technology
University-led incubator network sees start-ups win £30m of funding in one year, Startups
SETsquared businesses secure £30m of funding in one year, Nestor Publishers 
Sexual strategies, Babbage - The Economist
Age-old mystery solved, The Star
Lower university entry grades and let in more sports prodigies, says ex-Olympian Steve Cram, The Independent

14 March
Dr Ken Bray talks about the science behind free kicks, BBC Radio 5 Live
Sex role reversal: Female shorebirds rule the roost, BBC News UK (See also Business StandardThe Good Men Project, The Freepress Journal ,, EurekAlert!, Science Newsline, Press
Researchers win £45m to tackle global challenges, Professional Engineering 
Scientists discover why some proteins are speedier than others, Lab Online
Flu breakthrough: New drug developed to combat flu pandemic, EurekAlert!
24 hour library people: all work, no play? Education -
Metamorphosis uncovered with micro-CT scans, Imaging and Machine Vision Europe
Researchers Back New Age-Defying Products Claim reports Anti-Aging Arsenal, 

12 March
Influenza drug: an interview with Dr Jenny McKimm-Breschkin, The Medical News 
Research rising to meet Global Challenges, Benzinga
Five more universities join Futurelearn, Labmate Online
Filipino Entrepreneur Dustin Andaya Is Coming Up Roses, Business Because
Meet 2013′s Cyber Security Challenge Champ, Tech Week Europe
University researcher launches antibody search engine, noodls
Laing O’Rourke bags £43m Bath Uni student halls, Construction Enquirer 
The Bath University Triathlon Charity Challenge,

11 March
The latest breakthroughs in adaptive designs to be disclosed, Life Science
Columbia, African collaboration continues online, Columbia Daily Spectator 
New drug to halt flu mutation, BioSpectrum Asia
Exercise Improves Quality of Life, Study Shows, Diabetes Health
Robotic Fish Navigate Flowscapes, The Fish Site
Robotic fish learns to navigate water's currents and turbulence, TreeHugger 
Robot fish given new sense of direction, The Engineer
Heart attacks fall after smoking ban, Berwickshire News
Women advancing in their careers, Gulf News 
Andrew Carr, chief executive of Claritize: Why industry needs to be more involved in how our children are being taught IT, South West

8 March
Have University of Bath researchers helped find flu drug that may save the human race? Bath Chronicle
New drug developed to combat flu pandemic, Virtual Medical Centre
Bath Literature Festival: Environment gurus can still find reasons to be cheerful, The Independent
'Toolkit' to prove lifetime of composites for building, The Engineer
Lateral-line sensors allow new robotic fish to go with the flow, Science Omega
Unis unite to bring composites to construction, Building 4 Change
Heart attacks fall after smoking ban, Isle of Man Today
Heart attacks fall after smoking ban, Horncastle News
Digging up urban roads creates massive carbon emissions compared to non-disruptive tunnelling solutions, Yahoo! Finance US 
Bath Science Café: Lightning into Space, World News 

7 March
Robotic fish navigate flowscapes, Phys.Org (See also Before It's News, Alpha Galileo, Product Design & Development  and Giz Mag)
Engineering the future of healthcare - from brain mapping to smarter limb prostheses, EPSRC
New flu drug, Asia - ABC Radio Australia 
Cell Growth – Calcium Found To Repair Damaged Tissues, Star Global Tribune 
U.K. Government, Nonprofit Agencies Tiptoe Into Cloud, InformationWeek
Heart attacks fall after smoking ban, Whitby Gazette
Serita Shone set for competitive British bobsleigh return, BBC Sport
Bristol Book Fair to host talk by Secret Manoeuvres author Eveline Lubbers, Guide 2 Bristol

6 March
Scientists investigate turning carbon dioxide into useful chemicals to reduce greenhouse gas, Optimist
Robot Senses Like Fish to Swim Upstream, Discovery News
University of Bath beat Exeter to Best of the South West crown, Bath Chronicle

5 March
Dr Andrew Watts talks about a new flu drug that could fight resistance, BBC Radio Bristol
Professor Anna Bull talks about the results of the Italian elections that took place in February, BBC Radio Bristol
Commercial use for CO2 as fuel explored by Bath University, South West Business
Kimal chairman named honorary University of Bath professor, Zenopa
Bath Literature Festival: Environment gurus can still find reasons to be cheerful, The Independent
Converting carbon dioxide into useful chemicals, World of Chemicals
Eilidh Child wins gold and silver at European Indoor Athletics Championships, Bath Chronicle

4 March
University of Bath converting carbon dioxide into clean fuel, Bath Chronicle
Commercial use for CO2 as fuel explored by Bath University, South West Business
Gas men fuel debate over clean energy, Penn Energy
Bath team develops simpler to prepare and effective catalyst for conversion of CO and CO2 to longer chain hydrocarbons, Green Car Congress
Heart attacks fall after smoking ban, Eastwood Advertiser
Exercise improves quality of life for diabetes patients, research finds, Optimist World 
EPSRC Invests £45M in Projects to Develop Innovative New Manufacturing Techniques, AZoM 
Outlook Bright for UK Manufacturing,
University of Warwick to lead the way developing building materials of the future, Birmingham Post
How not to lose your mind when you lose your job, Yahoo! Singapore Finance

1 March
Funding to help boost UK manufacturing won by University of Bath, Bath Business News
Bath Uni team pioneer revolutionary carbon conversion process, Bath Business News
Clouds, crowds and games to improve UK manufacturing, EPSRC
Heart attacks fall after smoking ban, East Lothian News
Research to make UK manufacturing flexible and adaptable, BioOptics World
£1.3m drive to harness high-performance racing car materials for high-performance buildings, The University of Warwick
Meet-and-greet for Southwest supply chain, The Construction Index


28 February
Dr Fiona Gillison from the University's Department for Health talks about the Passport to Health scheme, BBC Radio Bristol
Ray Connelly talks about his recent experience as a participant in Passport to Health scheme, BBC Radio Bristol
Research to make UK manufacturing flexible and adaptable, Green Technology 
Clouds, crowds and games improve UK manufacturing, Green Technology 
Researchers to find out if prescribing exercise helps to change lifestyles,
Campus round-up, Times Higher Education
Moderate exercise linked to better quality of life for type 2 diabetics, 
£1.3m study to explore durability of composite materials, Building Products
Next generation sequencing of RNA from muscle biopsies shows marked differences between inflammatory myositis, inclusion body myositis, and controls, The Lancet 
Use of ENCODE and eQTL data to identify potential functional genetic variants at the 5q31 psoriatic arthritis susceptibility locus, The Lancet
Funding allows Bath researcher to explore ICT for manufacturing (University of Bath), Noodls
Capturing the potential of carbon dioxide, RSC Publishing Blogs

27 February
Scrum changes trialled in Pacific Rugby Cup: IRB's Rugby Committee chair
Capturing the potential of carbon dioxide
New Drug Designed To Protect Against Epidemic And Pandemic Flu Strains
Zimbabwe Star

25 February

New drug proves to be effective in preventing spread of different flu strains, Toronto Telegraph. Also in Science News Line and
Rugby safety: scrum changes to be trialled at 2013 Pacific Rugby Cup The Province

22 February
Flu drug 'shows promise' in overcoming resistance, BBC News
New flu drug could avoid antiviral resistance, HealthCanal
New drug developed to combat flu pandemic, China Daily (also Shanghai Daily, Xinhua News, Kasinform)
New flu drug stops virus in its tracks, Press News
New drug targets flu's Achilles heel, ABC Science
CSIRO part of international team behind new flu drug, The Telegraph (Australia) (also in The Australian, Perth Now, Herald Sun, Brisbane News, Fiji News)
New Drug to Overcome Flu Resistance Top News
Traffic light system for activity could redefine how we exercise, Medical Express
QE may need to be raised by £175bn, says BoE's David Miles, Telegraph
Bank of England's Miles sees case for buying up to 175 billion pounds more in bonds, Guardian
DJ BOE's Miles: U.K. Inflation Expectations Stable, (also coverage in Sharenet, and Yahoo)
Bank of England's Miles Says More Stimulus Needed, Morningstar News

21 February
Jonathan Knight appointed Associate Dean of Research, THE
England netball to set up intensive training centre at University of Bath, Bath Chron
Traffic light system for activity could redefine how we exercise say researchers, Health Canal

20 February
U.K. MOOCs Alliance, Futurelearn, Adds Five More Universities And The British Library — Now Backed By 18 Partners,
British MOOC Provider Expands; Prime Minister Promotes It in India, Inside Higher Ed
Student Hannah's in 'Vogue' in Paris,  Derry Journal
5 years since Kosovo Independence: any progress made? The Voice of Russia
What are university students’ views on the self-prescribing of “smart drugs”?, PJ Online
New report claims CCS plants won’t deliver predicted emission reductions, Gasworld
Woodlands primary phase of Yate International Academy creates successful link with Bath University, Gazette Series
Bath volunteers needed to put healthy research on their breakfast menu, Bath Chronicle
Bath athletes Eilidh Child and Andy Pozzi in European Indoor Championships squad, Bath Chronicle

19 February
PM hails new arrivals to Futurelearn, Times Higher Education 
Prime Minister welcomes Futurelearn expansion, University Business UK
Nemesis project to explore energy harvesting, Electric Light & Power
Non-animal research needs more support, Animals Australia 
Olympic Games - Muir set for Modern Pentathlon debut, Yahoo!
British Pentathlete Murray Vows to Remain in World’s Top Three, Fana News

18 February
The latest breakthroughs in adaptive designs to be disclosed, Life Science
Study: Calcium Is The Initial Trigger In Our Immune Response To Healing, Nutrition Horizon (See also The Medical News, University Of Bristol,, Health, Medical, and Science Updates, Fars News Agency,, ClinicaSpace
University of Bath Gets Funding to Become Energy-Harvesting Technology Development Center, PowerPulse.Net
Bale 'knuckles' down for glory, Express
Royal Society award boosts micro energy generation, Sustainability Matters
Eilidh Child smashes PB again but Jack Green's indoor misery continues, Bath Chronicle

15 February
Scientists find calcium is the initial trigger in our immune response to healing,  EurekAlert (See also Bio-Medicine, California Science & Technology New, Press, and Science Newsline)
Blindness: remapping the brain and the restoration of vision, American Psychological Association
Public Sector Markets, Consumers and the New Professionals: The Case of Higher Education, Aarhus Universitet
The Latest Breakthroughs in Adaptive Designs to Be Disclosed, The Open Press
Bath student: Make meningitis vaccine available to spare parents my tragedy, Bath Chronicle
Students from Bristol University to compete in 'hackathon', South West Business

14 February
Bath University professor receives award for low carbon research, Energias Renovables (See also
Funeral fund claims ‘confusing and frustrating’ says new report, The Independent 
Professor Conrad Earnest talks about his recent research that shows a regular walking routine significantly reduces the risk of Metabolic Syndrome, BBC Radio Bristol
University of Bath receives €2.27 million funds for energy harvesting Nemesis project, EETE Power Management Design 
British Swimming reaffirms commitment to Bath Intensive Training Centre, Bath Chronicle
Jo to make World Cup debut, Dumfries & Galloway Standard
Joy for Bath-based modern pentathletes after 2020 Olympics verdict, Bath Chronicle

13 February
UK's next generation of app developers need business acumen as well as technical knowledge says SET, IT Analysis ( See also, Ulitzer,, The Exeter Daily and Nestor Publishers)
TechRevu University of Bath has a way to replace pixels that would revolutionize all video as we know it, TechRevu
Nemesis project to improve energy harvesting, Process Engineering 
Bath-based software entrepreneur, Paul Kane, wins Institute of Engineering and Technology Ambrose Fleming Medal, South West 
Lipscomb in Britain latest global learning offering, will lauch this fall,
Rowing: Thornley edges out Olympic golden girl Glover at winter trials, Bath Chronicle

12 February
Dr Aurelien Mondon writes about the far right in France, Independent
Professor Chris James talks about free schools, BBC Radio Wiltshire
Dr Yukteshwar Kumar writes about Taiwan's political economic situation, IIT Madras China Studies Centre
A New Vector-Based Codec Could Spell the End for Pixels, Creative Planet Network 
University of Bath receives €2.27 million funds for energy harvesting Nemesis project, EETE Power Management Design
University to set up energy harvesting and generation centre, Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
£43m university development gets the green light, Insider Media Limited 
Environment & Energy Daily, Investor Village
Appointments round-up, Insider Media Limited

11 February
Prince Edward set to become University of Bath's new chancellor, Bath Chronicle
£1.2m research funding for University of Bath, Insider Media Limited 
UK needs defending against space weather 'superstorm', Phys.Org
SETsquared puts university students ahead of the game, Live-PR (EN)
Researchers at Centre for Pain Research Target Dentistry, NewsRx
Vector-based video codec?, TEK GADG 
Prestigious award for Bath man with key to the internet, Bath Chronicle
Young people look to the future at Have A Go job taster day, Bath Chronicle
Timber shows its colours, Timber Building
Your help is wanted at Special Olympics GB's 2013 National Summer Games in Bath, Bath Chronicle
Golden girls inspiring Frazier's push for GB rowing place, Bath Chronicle

8 February
UK facing risk from space 'superstorm', ADS Advance
Issue 9 of Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry online now, RSC Publishing Blogs
The Francis Inquiry Demands Strong Leadership Not Damage Limitation, Huffington Post UK 
University of Bath to set up energy harvesting centre,
Emerging Woman Architect of the Year shortlist: Maria Smith, The Architects' Journal
The girls are back - and England ace Kadeen wants a crown, Bath Chronicle
SUPERLEAGUE 2013 starts with Team Bath v Celtic Dragons, South West Sports News

7 February
Prince Edward invited to be University of Bath chancellor, BBC News (See also ITV news and World News)
Will Marsh talks about the announcement that a recommendation is to be made that The Earl of Wessex is to be invited to become our fifth Chancellor, BBC Radio Bristol
Dr Felia Allum talks about organised crime on Radio 4’s Thinking Allowed, BBC
UK must plan now to defend itself against extreme solar weather events, 
Research universities set to collaborate, Western Morning News
Researchers opt to limit uses of open-access publications,
A regular walk can cut your risk of major illness, shows research, Medical Xpress

6 February
BMI For Adults Widget, Englemed Health News
A regular walk can cut your risk of major illness, shows research,

5 February
Calls for creation of tobacco industry regulator, Convenience Store
Cyclists who don't wear helmets more likely to take risks, claims Australian study,
Growth Capital: How travel guides with local knowledge put MyDestination duo on the map, London Evening Standard
CheckRisk opens in Australia, Financial Standard 
London 2012 medalist pleased with University of Bath workout, Bath Chronicle
Bath badminton ace Riou reaches English semis, Bath Chronicle

4 February
EPSRC Investment in UK Catalysis Hub to Drive Sustainable Growth, AZoCleanTech
Study: Total emissions reductions from CCS likely 70%, NOT 90%, GHG News
Calls for creation of tobacco regulator, Convenience Store 
Winners & losers in the new FT ranking, Beat the GMAT
COREX-Honeycomb celebrates 25 years of success,

1 February
U.K. to Spend $20.4 Million on Catalytic Chemistry, Science Business
£12.9 million investment promises stronger, greener UK, UK in Zimbabwe
UK technology hub aims to develop improved catalysts, The Engineer
Time to rethink our approach to misuse of over the counter medicines, PJ Online
A sustainable future: green chemistry PhDs, Royal Society of Chemistry
CCS to remain costly despite potential rise in investment, Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
Special Olympics GB seeks volunteers for Bath event, BBC News
Your help is needed at Special Olympics GB’s 2013 National Summer Games in Bath, Bath Chronicle
Louis Carey and other Bristol sporting stars visit Orchard School to be reading role models for pupils, This is Bristol
Rudman and Yarnold in World medal positions after day one, Bath Chronicle


31 January
Carbon capture claim under fire in new study, Electric Light & Power
New research to develop chemical supplies for industry,
Hot paper: Using computational chemistry to predict the thermodynamic and electronic properties of tunable II–VI and IV–VI semiconductor based MOFs, RSC Publishing BlogsCampus round-up, Times Higher Education
£12.9 million investment promises stronger, greener UK, EPSRC
Children aim high... with marshmallows, The Bristol Post

30 January
Dr Robert Branston talks about the proposed introduction of a minimum price for alcohol, BBC Radio Somerset (Also at BBC Radio Somerset)
Watch the report on the University’s Great Bustard project, BBC Newsround
Dr John Troyer talks about his experiences of the move from the USA to the UK,
New report reveals carbon capture and storage plants won't deliver the predicted 90 per cent greenhouse gas emission reduction, Utility Products (Also at Ad Hoc News and  Engineering and Technology Magazine
Universities launch research collaboration, Insider Media Limited
The shape of things to come: A consumer\'s guide to 3D printers, Twittweb (See also The Worlds Tech Blog)
Seminar on stem cell at IP, The Pioneer
Vectorised video codec may soon leave pixels behind, Digital Media World
India and Brazil are two priority markets: Ajaz Ahmed, AKQA, The Economic Times 

29 January
Dr Nicholas Startin talks about the referendum on Britain's membership of the EU, BBC Radio Wiltshire 
Primary pupils get taste for undergraduate life on uni visit, Bath Chronicle
Rankings reveal most sustainable campuses in the world, University Business Magazine
VIDEO: Record-breaking Dai glad to be back on track, Bath Chronicle

28 January
University secures factory development funding, Insider
Global banking rules won't stop next meltdown, New Scientist
Bath website to share memories of Paris exodus, Bath Chronicle
Universities launch research collaboration, Insider
Smoke and mirrors on tobacco?Irish Medical Times
Kelly College Sixth Formers Eye Top Universities, UK Boarding Schools
Team Bath players star on English netball's greatest night, Bath Chronicle

25 January
South West research boost, Cardiff University
South West research intensive universities join forces for new collaboration, University Of Bristol
South West universities to collaborate, University Business UK
EPSRC award £10.7m to sustainable fuel research projects, Information Daily Staff Writer
Five new projects on using sustainable, renewable raw materials to develop chemicals and materials, AZoCleanTech 
New research to develop chemical supplies for industry, EPSRC
Research to develop chemical supplies for industry, Process Engineering
Mental Health approach to teenage alcohol prevention is successful, finds new study, Medcompare
Green Ranking: Manipal University holds on to second position in India once again., The Times Of India 
Hospital's history a cash boost, Bath Chronicle
25 steps to a happy, full and long life, Mirror
Top gun fires GB haul, Bath Chronicle
Red-hot Bath tame Wolves, Bath Chronicle

24 January
Western institutions form posse in bid for a fistful of research dollars, Times Higher Education
PhD student Lisa Sargeant from the Dept of Chemical Engineering took part in one of the first Student Futures events.  EPSRC Pioneer Magazine (Page 31)
Commuters tell stories of nightmare journeys home from Bath, Bath Chronicle
CCS cuts carbon emissions less than thought: report, CleanBiz Asia 
Mental health approach to teenage alcohol prevention is successful, finds new study, EurekAlert!
Campus round-up, Times Higher Education
Appointments, Times Higher Education

23 January
Funding awards set to benefit chemical and material projects, The Engineer
Out of the Forest and into a world of opportunity TMCnet
Greene for go as Dai heads indoors for 600m opener, Bath Chronicle
The ‘hit’ is the problem after-all, Rugga World

22 January
'If you want to effect strategic change, you must touch people in their everyday lives', says leading HR academic, HR Magazine
Dr Phil Tomlinson contributes to Ceramic Review, Ceramic Review
Report: CCS emission savings may be lower than predicted, Business Green 
Child asthma hospital admissions fell after smoking ban, study shows, Twittweb
How to build an innovative company, HR Magazine
Athletics: Malcolm Arnold named British head hurdles coach, Wales Online
Futsal's fantastic five set for European Championship qualifiers, Bath Chronicle
Dr Robert Branston discussed the tobacco price cap research on LBC Radio on Saturday 19 January (No link)

21 January
Tributes to man who shaped today's Bath, Bath Chronicle
Research supports importance of father figures in children’s education, Teaching Times
Nanoparticles reassessed, Personal Care
5 exciting new startups that haven’t launched yet, The Next Web
Bath and Gloucester battle for top Amlin Challenge Cup seeding, Guardian (Also in Orange UK News, Eurosport Asia, Bath Chronicle, Rugby Rugby, Belfast Telegraph, and This is Somerset
Top gun Kristian on target for Youth Olympic gold, Bath Chronicle
Athletics: Child set to go flat out, Herald Scotland
England's Students squad for Portugal test, Rugby Football Union
"Semi-decent" start to Craig Pickering's bobsleigh career, Bath Chronicle
Netball: England withstand fightback to claim rare win over Australia, Independent

18 January
Study calls for tobacco profits cap, Cancer Research UK
Flood families in Newburn to meet disaster expert, Chronicle Live
Increasing parents' education improves educational attainment for future generations,
Sam on the mark at Youth Olympic Festival as shooter narrowly misses medal, Bath Chronicle
Aussie test is sold out, Bath Chronicle

17 January
Professor Roy Jones discusses Transient Global Amnesia (TGA), BBC Radio 4
Increasing parents’ education improves educational attainment for future generations, Noodls-UK
Social media helped but did not cause Arab Spring, Homeland Security Newswire
Study calls for tobacco profits cap, Bedford Today (See also Sunderland Echo and )
Campus round-up, Times Higher Education

16 January
University of Bath researchers: Cap cigarette profits, Bath Chronicle (See also Netdoctor, BBC News, Express, Daily Star, Telegraph, Halifax Courier, Buckingham Advertiser, Tobacco in China, Worthing Herald and The Hinckley Times)
Top two finish for University of Nottingham in world ‘green campus’ rankings, University Business UK
UK steps up the chase to tap wonder-stuff graphene,
Why you can't beat the market, Investors Chronicle
Raising leaving age in 1970s 'improved children's GCSEs', BBC News
Increasing parents’ education improves educational attainment for future generations,
Malcolm Arnold appointed Lead Hurdles Coach at UKA, Athletics Weekly (See also Yahoo, Sporting Life, This is Wiltshire and Inside the Games)
Athletics: Grown-up Eilidh Child all set for indoor season,

15 January
Researchers at the University of Bath urge government to cap cigarette profits, South West Business (See also Daily Star, North Wales Weekly News, Garstang Courier and Chronicle Live)
UK project aims to use graphene for efficient BioFuel creation, Before It's News (See also Graphene-info and Press Zoom.)
Social media aided but didn't cause Arab Spring, study finds, Phys.Org
Rising star fund managers, Investors Chronicle
Bravo! The pensions minister actually understands pensions, Daily Mail
Arnold takes up lead coach role, Wiltshire Times
Vector Decoding Technology Maybe a Revolution of Film Media, I New Idea Homepage
Renting vs buying: Should you invest in student property?, Telegraph

14 January
Study of congenital, acquired blindness reveals new understanding of brain's early spatial development, Phys.Org (Also at Press Zoom)
Funding secured for graphene research, Insider Media Limited
16 papers presented in international workshop, The Times Of India
Workshop on environment concludes, Hindustan Times ePaper
Young people encouraged to HAVE A GO to boost their skills, Bath Chronicle
Paralympians win gold for sustainable Olympics work, Energy Live News
Great eight on Running Bath 2012 athlete of the year award shortlist, Bath Chronicle

11 January
How to get best out of your staff, Bath Chronicle
Researchers uncover new understanding of brain’s early spatial development,
Prosonix receives Biomedical Catalyst grant to develop combination respiratory medicines, sp2 News
'Wonder material' funding, Bath Chronicle
Researchers at University of Bath looking for men to take part in a diet study, Bath Chronicle
Growth predicted in online sales
, Bath Chronicle
Two- day workshop at MANIT starts
, Hindustan Times

10 January
Dr John Troyer talks about memorial tattoos on Word of Mouth, BBC Radio 4
Global banking rules won't stop next meltdown, New Scientist
Comment: Don’t let moral panic over Savile win,
Silver star Gibbons wants to be best of British, Bath Chronicle

9 January
UK/Korea Hydrogen Workshop, FuelCellsWorks
Why You Probably Won't Become Who You Expect To Be In The Future, Business Insider

8 January
Uni of Bath helps set up new OCD treatment centre, Bath Chronicle
University of Bath student designs device to track historic polar expedition, Bath Chronicle
University of Bath engineer Phil Anthony Moutousamy picks up prestigious award, Bath Chronicle
Prosonix Receives £1.3M Grant Award from the Biomedical Catalyst, (Also in Manufacturing Chemist)
Heather Fell elected to serve on British Olympic Association Athletes’ Commission, Bath Chronicle

7 January
Believe me, the only way is ethics, The Times
Bath youngsters enjoy special trip to Longleat, Bath Chronicle
University of Bath gym mural inspires student athletes, Bath Chronicle
AdaCore and Altran Praxis Release SPARK Pro 11, Electronics World

4 January
Scott Gooch from the Department of Biology & Biochemistry talks about the Great Bustard project, BBC Radio Wiltshire

3 January
Key staff appointments made for Kazan 2013 Universiade, British Universities & Colleges Sport
Bird droppings study helps Great Bustard, Bird Watch
Making it real with 3D printing, PC World
Campus round-up, Times Higher Education
Appointments, Times Higher Education

2 January
Superstars 2012 at the University of Bath, BBC iPlayer.
Expert's fears for safety of fracking gas in Somerset, Western Daily Press
Who Says MBAs Aren't Entrepreneurs? Seven Amazing Start-ups To Watch In 2013!, Business Because
Chris Kamara: Special Olympics will inspire Great Britain in 2013, Mail Online
Workshop on Governance and Political Economy Held at the MYRA School of Business, Originalnews
Thanks for being MAGNIFICENT! Sportsmail pays tribute to the seven athletes we have followed from 2005 to the 2012 Olympics, Mail Online
Arise Sir Peter as Bath's great and good are honoured, Bath Chronicle
Team Bath athletes celebrate a year to remember, Bath Chronicle