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Bath in the Media - 2014

 

24 Dec
New seismic survey technique could save dolphins' hearing, PHYS.org (see also World News Network)
Dr Dave Brown on ‘ The vOICe’ BBC Bristol Saturday Surgery
Why a Holiday Workout Break Is a Bad Idea, Men’s Health
South West universities at the forefront of tech research, Insider Media
The Stranger's Staff Argues Over Whether You Should Wear a Bike Helmet, The Stranger
£32M For UK Materials Manufacturing Research, Compound Semiconductor (see also Alpha Galileo)

23 Dec
The Vote at 16 Is Coming - Will the UK Be Ready? Huffington Post
Ideology prevents more profitable wheat growing, study says, AG Professional
First Successful Vaccination Against "Mad Cow"- Like Wasting Disease In Deer, WRBL

22 Dec
Dr Orla Byrne on business failure and entrepreneurship, BBC Radio Bristol's Breakfast show
Hangover severity may be partly genetic, Heart Swindon, Heart Plymouth
Putting the breaks on cancer, Bio Portfolio (see also Drug Discovery & Development, Medical Express)
Commonwealth swimming champion Jazz Carlin switches training base to University of Bath from Swansea, The Bath Chronicle
Clearer future for blind thanks to vOICe device, BBC Radio Bristol
British Skeleton's Laura Deas secures superb silver in Calgary World Cup race, The Bath Chronicle

19 Dec
Hangover severity may be partly genetic, BBC Radio Bristol
Is the government stalling on plain cigarette packaging? Medical Xpress
BRE Trust funded research is world leading and has impact says independent review, BRE
Of Zinc And Making Babies, Chemical & Engineering News
Ideology prevents wheat growers from converting to more profitable methods, new study shows, PHYS.org

18 Dec
REF 2014 results: table of excellence, Times Higher Education - registration needed (see also The Telegraph, The Guardian)
Plain cigarette packaging: is the government stalling as election approaches? The Conversation
At least The Apprentice brings failure out of the shadows – it can be the start of success, The Conversation
Team Finds Source of Zinc Sparks Released During Egg Fertilization, Chemical & Engineering News
Why TechNorth and HS3 alone won't guarantee the North's prosperity, The Guardian 
Cost of Glory: Why Do Cities Pay for Olympic Bids? NBC News
Competition To Inspire Bath’s Inventors Of The Future, NOW Bath

17 Dec
Dr Wali Aslam comments on the Peshawar Attack,  BBC Wiltshire (see also BBC Radio Gloucestershire, BBC Somerset, BBC Radio Bristol, BBC Somerset, BBC Three Counties)
Helping the blind to 'see' using the vOICe, BBC Points West (Lunchtime bulletin)
Are you a hoarder? BBC Wiltshire
Why whistleblowing doesn't come easily, PHYS.org
Revealed: Men use washing machine less than women, Bath Chronicle

16 Dec
vOICe: The soundscape headsets that allow blind people to ‘see’ the world, BBC Points West - watch from 17:28 (see also BBC Somerset, BBC Gloucestershire, BBC Radio Bristol, BBC Wiltshire)
Not All Dietitians Recommend Low-Calorie Sweeteners In Weight Management, Nutrition Insight (see also Food Navigator)
Research shows it’s possible to improve seed size and seed number, AG Professional

15 Dec
Why whistleblowing doesn’t come easily, BBC Radio Bristol (listen from 1:20:50)
University of Bath research shows that is possible to improve both seed size and seed number in plants, Seed Quest
Clearer future for blind thanks to vOICe device, Phys.org
Landmark business incubator launches in Basingstoke, Basingstoke Gazette
Website launched for "most compact" European Modern Pentathlon Championships, Inside the Games

12 Dec
Both seed size and number can be increased at the same time, an important find for food security,
ZME Science
Plugging the leaks: how digital tools can prevent water loss, The Guardian
Compulsive hoarding study, BBC Bristol (listen from 1:07:55)
Hangover severity may be partly genetic, The Guardian

11 Dec
Why is talking about death so difficult? BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast (listen from 07:30)
Professor Paul Salkovskis on hoarding, BBC Bristol
SETsquared firms net billions for economy, Bristol Post
Cost of dying: Soaring funeral expenses forcing families to take out pay-day loans, International Business Times

10 Dec
U.K. researchers to use algae to clean up mine water, The Sustainable Manufacturer Network
The first crystal structure of Cysteine protease from Clostridium difficile, Phys.org
This new 'Check Your Drink' gizmo detects whether your drink has been spiked, Cosmopolitan UK
‘It’s just simple, these dangerous drugs must be banned before more people die’ The News – Portsmouth

9 Dec
Researchers to use algae to clean up mine water, Biofuels Digest (see also International Mining, Water Technology, Water Briefing)
vOICe: The soundscape headsets that allow blind people to ‘see’ the world, Optician Online (see also BBC Radio Wiltshire)
Breakthrough in fibrosis research, Medical Press (see also Drug Discovery & Development)
University of Bath study will look at how to treat compulsive hoarders, The Bath Chronicle
Students from The University of Bath to receive degree certificates this week during winter ceremonies, The Bath Chronicle

8 Dec
vOICe: The soundscape headsets that allow blind people to ‘see’ the world, The Observer (see also BBC Radio 4 Today – listen from 02.50.00, Differential Diagnosis)
Can algae clean up mine water? Algae Industry Magazine (see also Water & Wastewater Treatment, Sustainable Brands)
Researchers talk to BBC about self healing concrete, BBC Radio Bristol, (also featured on the following BBC Radio stations: Berkshire, Birmingham, Cambridgeshire, Cornwell, Coventry & Warwickshire, Cumbria, Cymru, Derby, Devon, Essex, Glasgow, Gloucestershire, Guernsey, Hereford & Worcester, Humberside, Jersey, Kent, Lancashire, Leeds, London, Merseyside, Northampton, Nottingham, Oxford, Leicester, Sheffield, Shropshire, Somerset, Stoke, Suffolk, Surrey, York)
People in Bath take the Polar Plunge, ITV (see also This is Bath, BBC Radio Bristol)
New history book tells story of University of Bath land, The Bath Chronicle
100 students take part in Bath city centre demonstration, This is Bath

3 Dec
What the roads of the future could look like, The Telegraph (see also Financial Times subscription required)
Big Tobacco Firms Offer 'Misleading Evidence', Yahoo! Finance (see also Sky News, MSN News, Reading 107 FM, Clyde 2, Sovereign Radio, Breeze Bristol and many others)
Hunt for missing students goes on as citizen rage grips Mexico, The Conversation (see also Special Broadcasting Service)
Anti-terror bill: making radical ideas a crime on campus, The Guardian
Why do young people join violent causes?, PHYS.org
Is it better to climb in or out of the saddle?, Road Bike Review

2 Dec
Tech tension causes home divide, Easier Technology
Brainwashing and radicalisation don't explain why young people join violent causes, Special Broadcasting Service (SBS)
Equine Venereal Disease, The Horse

1 Dec
The strange truth about how and why we vote, BBC Online
Rest assured: How hi-tech gadgets let us take it, Express
Has Microfinance Lost Its Moral Compass?, Economic & Political Weekly
Dr Nick Longrich, Palaeontologist at University of Bath Discovers New Dinosaur Species, Emerging Magazine Articles (See also Haaretz)
BKA squad announced, The Daily Sail
The Shard played host to 20 of the UKs most promising tech start-ups in real life Dragon's Den; Bloomberg Businessweek
Athletics: It's a make or break trip for Ben Coldray, Western Daily Press

28 Nov
Courtship ‘frill’ helps identify new dinosaur species, Japan Times (Also on Fuji Times, New Indian Express and many others)
Walking to work could save the NHS £17 billion, News Wales
Multi-million pound fund to boost UK university spin-outs and research, Wired-Gov

27 Nov
Dinosaur species discovered among fossils stored at Canadian museum for decades, MSN (Also on Art Daily, Talk Talk, Yahoo, Sky News, Huffington Post, LBC, Star Radio Online, Western Daily Press, Bath Chronicle and many others)
Professor Bill Durodié from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies discusses new counter-terrorism proposals, BBC Radio Scotland (Listen from 1:35:42)
Hundreds of workers to be fitted with GPS monitors as part of £1m walk to work study, Wales Online
Pre-distribution and Changing Welfare States, Policy Network
GW4 collaboration will bring economic and social benefits to Wales and South West, Press Release Point
Inner Ear Diseases: Novel Drug Delivery Approaches, Biz Journals (Also on News Channel 10 and others)
Jay Lelliott wins hat-trick of golds as University of Bath swim team finish second at BUCS Short Course Championships in Sheffield, Bath Chronicle

26 Nov
New horned dinosaur species identified from museum's fossils, BBC (Also on Mail Online, ITV, CBBC, Yahoo, Sky News and Bath Chronicle) Dr Longrich also spoke about his discovery on Today, BBC Radio 4 (Listen from 2.37.30) The story also appeared on BBC Breakfast.
Social Issues in Management (SIM) Division Awards, Academy of Management
HIV drug pioneer Raymond Schinazi honoured by industry, European Pharmaceutical Manufacturer
Gardener grows UK's hottest chillies by denying them water, pretending to be a predator and SHOUTING at plants, Mail

25 Nov
Dr John Troyer from our Centre for Death & Society talks about avatars on Beyond Belief, BBC Radio 4
Professor David Galbreath from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies talk to Geoff Twentyman about the raising of the terror level, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1.03.20)
Professor Andrew Graves from our School of Management talks about faulty airbags in some cars, BBC Radio Wiltshire (Listen from 01.00.44)
If WWF employees still drive to work, is there hope for the rest of us? Guardian
Should parents attend university open days? Guardian
Revolutionising titanium-alloy parts manufacture, Machinery Market
The Workplace Week convention in London earlier this month drew experts from across the UK, Free News Pos
Gateway analytical to present on the characterization of particulate in inhalable drug products at the drug delivery to lungs conference, Pharmacy Choice
Design Museum designers in residence, Design Curial
Winning runs in the family, Independent.ie

24 Nov
The fallout from Rochester and Strood and what it means for the 2015 general election (if anything), Huffington Post
Manuel Souto-Otero: El aprendizaje informal ocurre simplemente porque vivimos, La Voz De Galicia (See also El Correo Gallego) Both sites in Spanish
Mr Ajay Mittal launches the IPC International Education Fair November 2014, India Education Diary
Modern pentathlon world champion Samantha Murray among latest winners in Team Bath Athlete of the Month awards, Bath Chronicle
Olympic hurdler Andy Pozzi hits the comeback trail after foot operations put his career on hold for two years, Bath Chronicle

21 Nov
Minister’s visit backs Bristol’s position as hotbed for energy innovation, Bristol Business News
Experts unite to attack full devolution of income tax, Herald Scotland
New engineering challenge to create ‘drones’ of the future, Cambridge Network (See also Bloomberg Press and others)
Conflicting ideologies cloud debate on farm chemicals, Manitoba Cooperator

20 Nov
Ministerial visit to the University of Bath sparks a discussion on energy use, Bath Chronicle
Re-designed drugs could be made cheaper, EPM
New U.K. lab re-creates real-world disaster scenarios, Next City
Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers Poster Prizes Awarded at the 6th Catalysis and Sensing for our Environment (CASE) network meeting at Xiamen University, RSC
Team Bath to play two matches against Scotland as part of Superleague preparations, Bath Chronicle

19 Nov
Dr Matt Dickson from our Department of Social and Policy Sciences compares income in later life for those who grew up in areas with and without grammar schools, Radio 4 (Listen from 17.20)
England need to escape analysis and structures and loosen up - sports science is strangling the life out of players, Telegraph (Also on Canberra Times, Sydney Morning Herald and others)
2014 occupational psychology awards, The British Psychological Society

18 Nov
Research centre aims to give birth to infrastructure-boosting innovations in building materials, New Civil Engineer
Plastic waste is vital ingredient in development of environmentally-friendly concrete, Optimist News
Researchers develop concrete made from plastic waste, 2Degrees
Aerospace leads new research to progress wing technologies, 4-Traders
Evolution: Apex predator became gentle giant, News 24
University of Bath hosts its own version of Britain's Got Talent, in aid of Barnardo's charity, Bath Chronicle
Lizzy Yarnold awarded honorary degree by Gloucestershire University, Bath Chronicle

17 Nov
Guy Martin visits our bobsleigh track in his quest for speed, Channel 4 (Watch from 22.00)
Sustainable concrete for the Indian construction industry, Technology 4 Change
These are the 25 best universities in the UK if you want a job in marketing, News Times (See also Business Insider)
Bath University students hold balloon launch for children's charity Barnardo's, Bath Chronicle
Lelliott bags hat-trick of wins at Ponds Forge, Dorset Echo

14 Nov
Rigid England need to take more risks to have a hope of World Cup glory, Guardian (Also on MSN)
New research venture aims to lower cost of medicines, Manufacturing Chemistry
Plastic waste partially replacing sand: Researchers develop sustainable concrete, Recycling Portal (See also Phys Org and others)
University of Bath to build £20m academic building, Now Bath
New research indicates Information Sharing and External Communications are the doors that lead to better productivity, Source Wire (See also Bloomberg Business and others)
Could walking to work help fix the nation's health woes? Medical Xpress (See also Optimist World)
Inspirational netballer Clare Elsley wins Sports Personality of the Year prize at Bath Chronicle Sports Awards 2014, Bath Chronicle

13 Nov
New £20 million building for research and teaching to be built at the University of Bath, Bath Chronicle (See also Vinci Construction and others).
HR Most Influential Thinker to discuss developing leaders for future change, HRMagazine
Researchers to develop concrete partially replacing sand with plastic, EDIE
Could walking to work help fix the nation’s health woes? University of Bristol
Touchlines: 'Big Brother' is bad for players' health, Independent.ie
CIPD Welcomes the launch of the Inspiring Governors Alliance, HR Review
31st International Conference on Logic Programming, Lori Web
University of Bath-based trio Sophie Papps, Elliot Rutter and Colin Baross gain places on British Athletics Futures Programme, Bath Chronicle
Dominic Parsons and Laura Deas secure places in Skeleton World Cup squad but other British riders must race again, Bath Chronicle

12 Nov
Dr Geoff Smith from our Department of Mathematical Sciences talks about the film X+Y and his part in it, BBC Radio Bristol
MPs advised on industrial policy by Bath academic on green car manufacturing, South West Business
Anti-Organic: Why Do Some Farmers Resist Profitable Change? Organic Food Tips (Also on Science Newsline, Phys Org and others)
Talkin' 'bout Y generation: sustainable universities, Edie
Workshop your way to wellbeing, The Pharmaceutical Journal
University to showcase cutting edge environmental research, Bio-Medicine

11 Nov
University of Bath IPR makes key policy appointments, Politics Home
Research impact: how academics can grab policy makers’ attention, Guardian
UK universities' minister Greg Clark in India to 'welcome' students, The Economic Times
Roads without centre-lines make for safer passing, study finds, Road CC
Making energy efficient homes, Materials World
Rayleigh instability of confined vortex droplets in critical superconductors, Nature
CIPD: Board skills should be learned at governor level, Ashdown Group
Ten UK Supergyms for Endurance Athletes, Huffington Post
Former University of Bath student launches Go Faster Foods programme in schools, Bath Chronicle
University of Bath defeat Gloucestershire counterparts to stay top of BUCS Futsal Premier League table, Bath Chronicle

10 Nov
Gareth Jones takes on Dyson role at the University of Bath, South West Business
Gain board-level skills as a school governor, says expert panel, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
Math's Role in the Ebola Fight, Mathematical Association of America
New research reveals fish are smarter than we thought, Veterinary News
'Incapacitating' chemical weapons threaten a new arms race, The Ecologist
Cycle-pathic: the great helmet debate, The Herald Scotland
Two thirds of sports doctors have inadequate first aid skills, Bio Medicine
Rawfeed additive manufacturing of titanium structures, Aviation Week

7 Nov
Gareth Jones takes on Dyson role at the University of Bath, Bath Chronicle
Red letter day for Wiltshire College's higher education students, Wiltshire Times

6 Nov
Sir James Dyson backs engineering initiative at the University of Bath, BBC Points West (Watch from 12.50) (Also on BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1.19.00) BBC Online, This is Wiltshire, Swindon Advertiser and others.)
Scientists create prostate cancer drug-testing tool, Drug Discovery and Development (See also Manufacturing Chemist)
Size does matter when choosing a mate, Bio-medicine
Software 'agents' could help unmask reality of disease clusters, Bio-medicine
Cost of Living Crisis: Majority of Britons 'Do Not Feel Benefit' of Economic Recovery, International Business Times
University of Bath to host Special Olympics GB Polar Plunge registration event on Friday, Bath Chronicle

5 Nov
Professor Dame Glynis Breakwell talks to Business Club about how the University of Bath got so successful so fast, Bath Life (Page 103)
Professor Gareth Jones discusses his new role at the University as Dyson Chair of Design Engineering, and Integrated Mechanical & Electrical Engineering student Esther Dunstan-Sewell talks about her experience of studying here, BBC Wiltshire (Listen from 1.21.14)
Ebola's catastrophic consequences on Sierra Leone’s small-scale mining sector, Guardian
Robots, magic carpets and mobile phone eye tests: Technology that could change how we live, the Express
Want to work in the city of London? These are the best universities to attend, TWC Central
Would these five changes actually help cyclists? BBC (Also on UK Wired News)
Fish are smarter than we thought, Space Daily
How can inequalities in mortality be reduced? Plos One
Millions of Brits stuck in low wage jobs despite economic recovery, WUC News
New tool for testing drugs for prostate cancer, Health Canal (See also Medical Xpress, Renal and Urology News)
GB luge development squad adopts Bath as base, Now Bath
Locals win awards to fix issues with technology, Now Bath
Will Pope Francis' visit to European Parliament be a wake-up call? Angelus News (See also Catholic News Agency)

4 Nov
Delcam in project to revolutionise manufacture of titanium alloy aircraft parts, Press Release Point (See also Declam)
A bit of thermodynamics, The energy collective
Great Britain Luge Association’s national development squad to use University of Bath as training base, Bath Chronicle
Talented student athletes receive scholarships, Sports Focus
Siobhan-Marie O'Connor shortlisted for British Swimming’s Athlete of the Year Award, Bath Chronicle

3 Nov
How business and academia could turn the tide on water scarcity, Guardian
Tobacco firms adopt tactics of ‘Dr Evil’ in battle against tougher regulation, The Guardian (See also USA News)
Gated communities lock out equality, Science20
Why death is on the minds of many major religions this month, Huffington Post
Do fat cells get “fitter” through exercise? Cathe
Review finds ways of helping children of drug and alcohol misusers, Bio Medicine
Schools across England in new drive to apply business management disciplines, Source Wire
Steve Bradley to launch student survey, University Herald
Fish have mental sophistication, Times of Malta

31 Oct
It seems no cultural traditions involving death are safe from that commercial god, Halloween, The Conversation
New research reveals fish are smarter than we thought, Clinica Space (Also on Health News Digest, MSN, Independent and others)
Mourners to be fined £159 if funeral exceeds its time limit in neighbouring NE Lincs - is it fair? Scunthorpe Telegraph
Scandinavian success for Bath student Pedersen, Now Bath

30 Oct
Fish don't deserve their 'stupid' reputation, say scientists, ITV (See also Independent, Jersey Evening Post, Irish Examiner and others)
Training needed for autism interviews, Police Professional (See also Bloomberg Business and others)
Civil service chief under fire for keeping job at drink manufacturer, Guardian (Signatories include Professors Chris Griffin and Anna Gilmore)
Workplace Week to hold ‘Enhancing human performance’ workshop, FMWorld
Wintech opens its doors to the next generation of engineers, Fenestration News
The art and theory of memorial tattoos, Beacon Reader
Why bird divorces are good news for the females, New Scientist
Manganese levels increase in scrapie-infected sheep before clinical symptoms develop, Bio-Medicine
University of Bath student Angus Pedersen wins three titles at Finnish Junior Badminton Championships, Bath Chronicle

29 Oct
Gross national happiness - can we measure a UK feelgood factor? Guardian
Professor Christine Griffin from our Department of Psychology talks about life before computers, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 31.28)
Bath's Hive to host sustainable materials tests, Environmental Engineering (Also on Technology 4 Change)
EPSRC funds low emission vehicle centre, Environmental Engineering
Are you ready for a new kind of left-wing politics? The Conversation
University of Bath helps build world's largest fractal structure made out of over a million business cards, Bath Chronicle
Hollow-core antiresonant optical fibers: Part II, Laser Focus World
Millions of Brits stuck in low wage jobs despite economic recovery, London Glossy
Open AHA letter to Sir Jeremy Heywood regarding John Manzoni’s appointment as Chief Executive to the UK Civil Service, Alcohelp
Team Bath's Holly Rush comes through "74km of hell" to claim top-ten finish at Templiers Endurance Trail in France, Bath Chronicle
Bath Athletes Excited To Be Shortlisted For Awards, Now Bath

28 Oct
University of Bath helps build world's largest fractal structure made out of over a million business cards – Bath Chronicle
ALM process could slash cost of titanium aircraft parts – Eureka Magazine 
Stars of the future among the University of Bath sporting scholars for 2014 – Bath Chronicle

27 Oct
Dr Yukteshwar Kumar talks about the new society which will support the Indian and Hindu communities, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1.09.00)
How giving the lowest-paid a big rise could just solve our productivity puzzle, Guardian
Could incapacitating chemical weapons start an arms race? Business Reporter (See also Epoch Times)
How to use maths to tackle epidemics, World Economic Forum
Continued pay curbs in private sector point to further fall in living standard, Press Display
ElephantBranded student entrepreneur bags John Lewis distribution deal, EN for Business
Governing schools: professional power and the changing responsibilities of school governors, SASE Project
Consumer prices index 'flawed', Free News Pos
Team Bath Netball coach welcomes end to tied games in Netball Superleague, Bath Chronicle
Brown ready for Holland challenge, Buchan Observer
Bath Chronicle Sports Awards 2014: Shortlists revealed in nine categories as glittering ceremony at Bath Racecourse approaches, Bath Chronicle

24 Oct
Continued private-sector pay curbs point to further fall in living standards, Guardian
Report shines spotlight on incapacitating chemical agent weapons, Phys org
A recording of the University of Bath debate on religion, Mail Online
Winners of discovering start-ups showcase best in UK wireless innovation, Cambridge Network and others

23 Oct
Bradford University raises chemical weapons concerns in new report, The Telegraph and Argus
SETsquared companies pitch for royal seal of approval, Individual
Personality of the Year: Simon Bond, Global University Venturing
The 5 biggest breakfast myths, CNN
Planning the future of education in Rwanda, University of Bristol

22 Oct
Catholic head teachers call for more support as recruitment dries up, The Tablet
Which is the best way to address the pharmacist oversupply issue? Pharmaceutical Journal
BIFM supporting Workplace Week in aid of Children in Need, BIFM
Breathing Stone: Solution for stress relief generates music from pulse rate, Optimist
Stirling Prize winner slams UK procurement, Building
CNL Software appoints Colin Gallick, Security News Desk

21 Oct
Return of the pauper’s funeral – The Guardian (also on BBC Radio Gloucestershire)
Researchers in Berlin and Bath identify naive-like human stem cells – StemCell Therapy MD
Royal Academy of Dance and University of Bath announce new partnership – Ballet News
Carney faces scrutiny on worst U.K. payments outage since 2007 – The Globe And Mail
Dr Robert Williams of the Department of Biology and Biochemistry on dementia research – BBC Somerset (starts at 00:25)
Tescos: can they repair the damage? Professor Veronica Hope Hailey comments http://bit.ly/1zhV5yH - ACCA corporate members newsletter
Two students from the University of Bath have been mixing with world leaders at the youth summit in Dublin – BBC Radio Bristol (starts at 01:52:00)

20 Oct
The International Criminal Court must fix its anti-African image The Conversation
One Young World: Teen tells of frustration with Northern Ireland sectarianism Independent.ie (and Irish Times)
New international research collaboration will assess impact of Rio 2016 Inside the Games
Concussion research at Bath coincides with major changes to rugby Technology News
Perfect execution earns more gold for Heather Stanning and Helen Glover at British Rowing Championships Bath Chronicle
Bath Students Selected For Lloyds Bank Programme Now Bath
Former Olympic swimmer Sharron Davies offers her support for the Special Olympics GB Polar Plunge this winter Bath Chronicle
Ball Boys And Girls Required For Uni Tournament Now Bath

17 Oct
Researchers in Berlin and Bath Identify “Naïve-Like” Human Stem Cells, Investor Stem Cell (Also on Uni Online, Phys Org, Uni-protokolle and others)
Ebola may be in the headlines, but tobacco is another killer in Africa, Guardian
The truth about standardized packaging? Blow some my way, Plos
One week to discover the UK’s most exciting tech start-ups, Industry Today

16 Oct
Dr Rob Williams from our Department of Biology and Biochemistry talks about dementia research at the University, BBC Radio Somerset (Part two of the interview)
Dr Kate Woodthorpe from our Department of Social and Policy Sciences talks about funeral costs, BBC Radio 5 Live (Listen from 2.55) (Also on other radio stations)
Cost of dying sees biggest jump in six years to £8,4279, Guardian (Also on BBC, and Western Morning News)
British workers are taking home nearly £5,000 less each year, South West Business (Also on Huffington Post)
Bath opens UK's only test rig for low carbon materials, Building 4 Change
English rugby reveals new concussion injuries programme, BBC
University business incubator makes national entrepreneur award finals, Angel News
University partnership to explore links between major event legacies and politics, Leisure Management

15 Oct
Stalled pay growth leaves average UK worker £5,000 a year worse off – with comments from Professor Paul Gregg, Guardian (Also on Daily Mail, Irish Examiner, Talk Talk, BT, Bath Chronicle, Heart FM and others)
Dr Rob Williams from our Dept of Biology and Biochemistry says it could be 10 years before there is a significant development in the understanding of dementia, BBC Somerset (Listen from 00.45)
Commonwealth champ just misses out on bronze in Kazakhstan, Sport Focus
Could you be the next big thing in rowing? Sport Focus

14 Oct
MBA Rankings: US dominates in 2014 but Europe edges into top-five  - Business Because
Crosby under new fire over tobacco lobbying: Tory election chief's firm tried to discover government's stance on cigarette packs – PMPNews.com
Builders start work on a new £54 million project at The University of Bath – Bath Chronicle
'Sometimes I feel OCD has completely emasculated me' – The Telegraph
The winds of change – University Business 

13 Oct
Stephen Fry demonstrated the ‘Leidenfrost effect’ on QI, BBC (Watch from 24.50)
David Cameron’s election guru faces new attack over tobacco lobbying, Guardian
First space weather centre opens in the UK, Education UK (Halfway down page)
Researchers from the University of Bath will interview young people about stressful situations, Bath Chronicle
REG-Yara International ASA: Thor Giæver appointed Acting CFO, Reuters and others
Top UK professor presents 'Coaching Your Team to Create High Performance', TMCNet

10 Oct
Cambridge tops ‘Table of Tables’ for fourth year, Times Higher Education
University of Bath to receive funding from government, Bath Chronicle
Why we’re preparing weather forecasts … in space, The Conversation
Space weather forecast centre to help protect infrastructure, E&T (See also French Tribune)
Soothing song stones, Trend Hunter
Commonwealth Games medallists among the winners of Team Bath athlete of the month awards, Bath Chronicle

9 Oct
Space weather forecasting centre officially opened, Met Office
Stephen Fry to demonstrate project built by students at the University of Bath on QI, Bath Chronicle
Breakthrough allows researchers to watch molecules “wiggle”, RDMag
Britain’s engineering future is in award-winning hands, Sussex Express
Friska raises capital for national roll out, Hospitality and Catering News
University of Bath to host cancer research lecture, Now Bath
Hand-sized stone senses heart rate to generate stress-relieving music, PSFK
Recycling: is it all a load of rubbish, House Beautiful
Judo: Gemma Howell takes gold at Glasgow European Judo Open, Sport Sister

8 Oct
Professor Cathryn Mitchell discusses space weather ahead of the Met Office Space Weather Centre opening today (listen from 06.23) – BBC Radio 5 (Also on BBC Sussex, BBC Radio Kent, Radio Sheffield and others)
Contests could boost children’s healthy eating habits – Female First (Also see BootswebMD)
EU may strike out plan for plain cigarette packets – Irish Examiner
Expression of Protease-Activated Receptor 1 and 2 and Anti-Tubulogenic Activity of Protease-Activated Receptor 1 in Human Endothelial Colony-Forming Cells – PLOS One

7 Oct
Competition could make children eat more fruit and vegetables, researchers findThe Independent (also see East Anglian Daily Times, Nursing Times, Health Canal, Harlow Star)
LinkedIn : University of Bath - Bath ranks highly in new LinkedIn tables – 4-Traders
Lecture at The University of Bath will look at scientific research into cancer – Bath Chronicle
10 university tweeters who aren’t human – Times Higher Education
Top tennis action returns to University of Bath as Aegon GB Pro-Series tournament moves to new November date - Bath Chronicle
Breakthrough allows researchers to watch molecules "wiggle" - SpectroscopyNOW.com (also see Brightsurf.com, Science Newsline)

6 Oct
Contests boost fruit and veg uptake – Belfast Telegraph (also see Sunday Post, Herald Scotland, Scotsman, Guernsey Press, Jersey Evening Post, Irish Independent, BT UK, Dundee Evening Telegraph, Ipswich Star, BBC Radio 5 Live, Noodls)
Test facility aims to speed time to market for innovative construction materials - 2degreesnetwork
Molten metal batteries aimed at the grid – Alamrakamy
Breakthrough allows researchers to watch molecules 'wiggle' – Machines like us (also see Science Daily, Alpha Galileo, Nanowerk, Press-News.org, Phys.org, Science Codex)
Students once again urged to be ‘good neighbours’ – Now Bath
Birmingham and Warwick Universities hailed for 'student quality of life' – Birmingham Mail (also see The Berwickshire, The Telegraph)
Students’ Union once again awarded Investors in people – Noodls
New GW4 funding announcement for next generation of scientists – Noodls
Katherine Lloyd Clark was interviewed by ITV Wales news on Thursday 2 October about the value of the Welsh bac for University applicants

3 Oct
Dr Joanna Bryson from our Department of Computer Science discusses whether AI is a problem or a solution, Newsnight (Watch from 32.45)
Dr Sue Milner of our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies, talks about the French government and French political systems, BBC Radio Bristol
Jeremy Hardy speaks to the Nation, BBC Radio 4 (Listen from 2.25)
Loughborough ranks top for quality of student life, The Telegraph and others.
Bath Spa University and University of Bath launch this year's Good Neighbour campaign with Bath and North East Somerset Council, Bath Chronicle
Report Shows Benefits Of Passport To Health, Now Bath
Major funding announced for bioscience students, University of Bristol
Bath duo in squad for Short Course Worlds, Western Daily Press
Research puts a green spin on concrete, Quarry Magazine

2 Oct
Centre’s a HIVE of activity for Royal visit, Swindon Advertiser (Also Bath Business News, AZO Build, Citb, Royal Blogs, The Engineer, Royal Central and Royal Academy of Engineering)
Want to be an investment banker? Head to LSE, Telegraph
LinkedIn University Rankings, LinkedIn
Professor David Galbreath from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies was interviewed by ITV West News about the missing Bristol teenage who may be heading to Syria, (No link available)
Successful organisational change depends on relationships and a shared narrative, says CIPD, Top - Consultant
Quantifying the influence of the tobacco industry on EU governance: automated content analysis of the EU Tobacco Products Directive, Tobacco Control
Thousands of teenagers missing out on university because of middle-class 'cold spots' despite earning good grades, Daily Mail
Tech start-ups pitch to Google and Samsung, Electronics Weekly
University of Bath looking for children and families to take part in stress studies, Bath Chronicle
University of Bath swimmers Siobhan-Marie O'Connor and Chris Walker-Hebborn to compete at FINA Short Course World Championships in Doha, Bath Chronicle
Modern pentathlon world champion Samantha Murray shortlisted for September's Sky Sports Sportswoman of the Month award, Bath Chronicle

1 Oct
French politics: Hollande, Sarkozy and the 'Marmite effect', Voice of Russia
Innovations in mobile phone recycling: biomining to dissolving circuit boards, Guardian
University of Bath: Firms must focus on people, Bath Chronicle
Trust will out: how the financial crisis boosted the best leaders, The Conversation
Megan Fletcher makes return to scene of Commonwealth Games gold medal triumph for European Judo Open in Glasgow, Bath Chronicle

30 Sep
Professor David Galbreath from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies talks about IS and the Bristol teenager who may have been recruited to Syria, BBC Points West (Listen from 2.15)
Dr Jon Scott, Bath graduate in Sport & Exercise Science, talks about his 'dream job' working in space medicine for the European Space Agency, BBC Wiltshire
AV Awards 2014: The winners, AV Interactive
EPSRC announces investments to support low carbon vehicle technologies research, Low CVP
A universal lesson in breaking the habit of car commuting, City Lab (Also on MSN)
In UK 1 in 15 funerals have a non-traditional personalized hearse, Connecting Directors
Relationships, shared narrative essential for employees to engage with change, World at Work

29 Sep
BRE opens new EPSRC funded construction materials test facility, HIVE, RuralEnergyNews (See also Green Building Press, The Construction Index, Building Products, Environmental Data Interactive Exchange, Swindon Business News, and This is Wiltshire) (Listen on Jack FM)
Bouygues and Vinci win £33m Bath Uni building jobs, Construction Enquirer (Also on Congoo News and others)
Creating the people: an interview with Aurelien Mondon on populism, Open Democracy
Getting employees to engage with change, Public Net
Bath student wins top engineering scholarship, Bloomberg Businessweek (Also on Bodyshop)
Why Aren’t You Doing What Really Makes You Happy? Time
Why are Brits so good at hurtling head-first down icy tracks? Eurosport

25 Sep
Growing our way out of climate change by building with hemp and wood fibre, Guardian (See also E&T)
Can discarded plastic replace sand in concrete? Yahoo (See also The Hindu, Herald Goa, India’s News, Yahoo and others)
Personalised hearses the new way to go, Guardian
George Frost sets new personal best to lead Team Bath AC contingent at Bristol Half Marathon 2014, Bath Chronicle
Reflections on Being a Morbid Anatomy Museum Scholar in Residence, Morbid Anatomy
Ainda súditos, ISTOE
An introduction to Metal Organic Frameworks, SOCI
300 participants, 70 countries, 1 topic: The First Global Forum on Statelessness, Tilburg University
Former Bath Rugby operations director Nigel Laughton appointed chief executive officer of Pentathlon GB to help lead modern pentathlon Olympic hopes, Bath Chronicle

24 Sep
Asian universities take top five spots in list of top 50 universities under 50 - The Guardian
Could our cities become carless in the next 20 years? – Confused.com
Relationships and a shared narrative are essential for employees to engage with change, finds CIPD research – CIPD (also see Noodls)
Forty Goa engineering students to be trained in developing structural concrete using plastic waste – The Hindu (also see The Economic Times)
Pentathlon GB appoint former British Skeleton performance director as chief executive – Inside the Games
Department of Economics welcomes two new academics – Noodls

23 Sep
Student voices being heard - The Times [Good University Guide]
Healthy breakfast still has benefits - The Clarion-Ledger
The Secret to More Energy Is...Breakfast! - Glamour
Breaking Down the Scottish Independence Vote by Class Lines -  Real News Network
Molten metal batteries aimed at the grid - Unity.lv (also see BBC Online, Walyou,
New structural concrete to be inaugrated by GoI tomorrow - Webindia123.com (also see Times of India, Navhind Times On The Web, UK Berbagi)
Oxford entry more transparent, says outgoing admissions head - BBC News

22 Sep
Dr David Moon - Impact of a Scottish 'No' vote - BBC Somerset (also see LGE, Heart Swindon, Bath Chronicle, BBC Radio Bristol, Heart Swindon)
Breaking Down the Scottish Independence Vote by Class Lines – The Real News Network
Stocks Rally Following Janet Yellen’s Conference and Scotland’s Historic Referendum – Value Walk
What would Scottish independence mean for swimming? – SwimSwam
Professor Alison Walker on solar panels - BBC Radio Somerset
The Everydayness of Death – Radio NZ
New Post Office funeral plans to ease cost of dying – Yorkshire Post
Panopticism and Pre-Emptive Discipline in the UK – CounterPunch
Is More Embarrassing, Disappointing, Soul-Crushing Failure Exactly What You Need? – Time Magazine
Drs. Roizen and Oz: Healthy breakfast 'smart way' to start day – The News Sentinel (also see Courier Post)
Grad Diary reveals graduate numeracy league table - Times Higher Education
Two thirds of pharmacists miss at least one of five dispensing errors hidden in test prescriptions, study finds – PJ Online
Ansys fomenta las posibilidades que ofrece la simulación en las universidades de ingeniería – Digital AV Magazine (also see Autocadmagazine)
More academic leaders from arts than science – Times Higher Education
The University of Gloucestershire's reputation improving, but remains in the bottom three of South West universities – Gloucestershire Echo
Oxford entry more transparent, says outgoing admissions head – UK Wired News
Molten metal batteries aimed at the grid – UK Wired News

19 Sep
Dr Kate Woodthorpe from our Department of Social & Policy Sciences talks about the cost of funerals, BBC Radio 5 Live (Listen from 1.29.00)
NI announces finalists in the 2014 Engineering Impact Awards, Machine Building
How Westminster could change after a Yes vote, Money Week
Safety appeal to new arrivals at Bath universities, Bath Chronicle
Robin Hayes to succeed Dave Barger as CEO of JetBlue Airways, Business Insider

18 Sep
Video from The University of Bath focuses on the Scottish referendum tomorrow, Bath Chronicle
Scottish separation represents a gamble with very poor odds, FT (Listen also on BBC Bristol and BBC Somerset)
What might an independent Scotland be like? Euronews
Giving birth and boozing? The risks of drinking during pregnancy, Guardian
QE research identifies shift to corporate bonds, Global Investor
Times Higher Education Best University Workplace survey, THE

17 Sep
Dr John Troyer talks about the everydayness of death, Radio New Zealand
6,000 new students expected to arrive at Bath's two universities this weekend, Bath Chronicle
World Gold Trust Services appoints new CEO, World Gold Council (Also on Resource Investor and others)
University buys Bath police station, Skills for Justice
How to become a transformational change expert, changeboard

16 Sep
Professor James Copestake from our Department of Social & Policy Sciences talks about the importance of teff to Ethiopian daily life, Radio 4
Professor Alison Walker from our Department of Physics discusses solar panels, BBC Somerset
Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? ZocDoc
Scottish Referendum: Nationalism or Democracy? Institute for Public Accuracy
Student activism is being sabotaged and this is why it matters, Chalkboard

15 Sep
Lack of women executives key barrier to MBA enrolment, Financial Review
'Exposure Therapy' along with antidepressants may help with OCD, Medicine Net
University of Bath wants men with diabetes for study, Bath Chronicle
Studies show that breakfast is not a significant factor in weight loss after all, Helsinki Times
Gareth Rees: Glamorgan batsman to leave with 'heavy heart', BBC

12 Sep
Dr David Moon from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies talks about the political implications of a Scottish 'yes', BBC Bristol
University of Bath to buy Bath police station, SouthWestBusiness (Also on BBC Bristol, BBC Somerset and others)
Liberal Democrats welcome University of Bath's purchase of Bath police station, Bath Chronicle
Prosonix confirms the potential of its multi-component particle technology, WFSB
New study highlights difficulty of spotting pharmacy prescription errors, Zenopa
SETsquared joins up with UKTI to help start-ups globalise, Bloomberg Businessweek

11 Sep
The University has agreed to buy the freehold of the police station on Manvers Street in the city centre, BBC Bristol
Bath police station to be sold for £7million to the University of Bath, Bath Chronicle
Campus close-up: University of Bath, THE
Associations of physical activity and sedentary behaviour with academic skills, Plosone
Universities drive low emission vehicle research forward, Eand T

10 Sep
Scottish independence round-up, The Scotsman
Helping students with Asperger's prepare for university life, Guardian
New diagnosis technique to counter rapid rise in knee replacements, Optimist
Dispensing errors rife, study reveals, Pharmacy News
Rethinking the Urban Cemetery, Atlantic (Also on FreeNewsPos)
Training the next generation of engineers with ANSYS, Financial Buzz (See also Tutorial Finder and many others)

9 Sep
Bath prepares for an exciting - and busy - weekend (Including our Open Day) Bath Chronicle
Dr Bruce Morley from our Department of Economics talks about the effect of Scottish independence, BBC Bristol
Routinely separating siblings in public care is unacceptable, The Conversation
Appeal of far right growing in France as Marine Le Pen threatens Presidency, Voice of Russia
Two thirds of pharmacists miss at least one dispensing error when performing a final check, study finds, PJ Online
Coffee genes help hackers home in on the perfect brew, New Scientist
Fluid Experiments Support Deterministic “Pilot-Wave” Quantum Theory, Interesting Things
Oil production expert retires from University of Bath, Bath Chronicle (Also on South West Business)    
British duo Kate French and Joe Evans claim mixed relay silver medals at Modern Pentathlon World Championships, Bath Chronicle

8 Sep
Crosby lobby claim on UK tobacco packaging, Sky News (Also on Guardian and others)
British star Murray lands world title, Western Daily Press (Also on Sporting Life, Women Sport Report, Now Bath and many others. Listen on BBC Bristol)
MBA Rankings: Best Business Schools For Women, Business Because
Innovation festival OpenCo to celebrate Bristol and Bath’s globally-significant, fast-growing high tech sector, Commercial News Media
2014 RPS award winners announced, pharmaceutical-journal
Is Breakfast Losing its Place at the Table? Reviewed.com
Single Mothers' Ransom of Retirement for Kids' College Reeks of Working-Mom Guilt, Forbes
I almost invented Tinder! Apprentice winner Tom Pellereau reveals how he nailed it in business world, Mancunian Matters

5 Sep
The truth about breakfast and weight loss, Women’s Health
Is falling recycling rate due to green fatigue? BEN
Festival of Economics 2014: Can Economics Help us to Eat Better: Schools Challenge, Ideas Festival

4 Sep
Top 20 universities for students’ first impressions, Times Higher Education
Dr David Moon talks about the potential impact of Scottish Independence, BBC Somerset
£70,000 funding boost for dementia research, University of Bristol (Also on BBC Wiltshire and BBC Bristol (With comments from Dr Robert Williams)
Dr David Galbreath talks about the tightening of security for the NATO summit, BBC Bristol (Also on BBC Gloucester, BBC Wiltshire, and BBC Somerset)
Bath University expert comments ahead of NATO Summit, ITV West Country
Two big bank announcements, two very different dilemmas for Carney and Draghi, The Conversation
How to tame the flood of literature, Nature
Aircelle names Richard Nevill as Vice President of its customer services division, Ulitizer (Also on itbusinessnet and others)
LG Motion aid Team Bath for racing season, Engineering Specifier
Team Bath Tennis Coaching Now Available In Saltford, NowBath

3 Sep
Is breakfast the most important meal of the day, Good Morning Columbia (Also on Evidence-Based Living, AJC and others)
University of Bath business leader in tech cluster call, Bath Chronicle (Also on SouthWestBusiness)
What do major sporting events leave behind? Griffiths University

2 Sep
David Galbreath talks the raising of the UK terror threat level and security implications, BBC Bristol
Dr Bruce Morley discusses the economics of independence if Scotland vote 'yes' in this month's referendum, BBC Bristol
Breakfast skipping not linked to weight gain, AJC
Britain's pentathletes in good shape for World Championships, NowBath (See also Sportfocus
IMarEST invites experts to steer the future of weapons and marine systems, Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology
The knee operations diagnosed by computer, Capital Bay (Also on UKNews

1 Sep
The knee operations diagnosed by computer, Daily Mail (Also on SkyNews, Scotsman, Yahoo and many others)
Why eating the right breakfast is so important, Time Warner Cable (Also on Leisure Management, Irish Examiner and others)
From Doctor No to Doctor How, CFO Innovation Asia
Network with British Gas, EDF Energy, E.ON, SSE Power Distribution, Energy Saving Trust, Reliance Infrastructure and more at Distribution Automation Europe 2014, (Also on KTVN-TV Online and others)

29 Aug
Professor Galbreath talks about the upcoming NATO Summit taking place in Newport , BBC Wiltshire
Professor Chris Griffin discusses the history of feminism, BBC Wiltshire
Women attracted to study business at The University of Bath, Bath Chronicle
GB Rowing Team University Conference, BUCS
Team bases for Rugby World Cup 2015 announced, Rugby College
Putting female participation on the right foot, BUCS
Helen Glover and Heather Stanning power into women's pair final at World Rowing Championships, Bath Chronicle

28 Aug
Professor David Galbreath from the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies, talks about preparations for the upcoming NATO Summit in Newport, BBC Gloucestershire
What? No Breakfast? The National Memo (Also on United Press International Online, Science World Report and others)
Highlights from the 2014 Antibody Engineering Agenda, FutureBiopharm
E-cigarettes should be banned indoors, says WHO, The Week
The eternal problem silicon valley can’t solve, Fast Company

27 Aug
Breakfast might not help you lose weight, Time (Also on New York Times, newsmaxhealth and others)  
Best free recording software for Windows and Mac, Digital Trends
The Earl of Wessex to open new carbon footprint research facility, Royal Centre
Rizwaan Sabir from our Department of Social & Policy Sciences talks about the problems of radicalisation, BBC Bristol (Also on BBC Wiltshire)
Paralympic athletes will be spending the next three days at the University in preparation for the 2016 games, BBC Bristol
University-based swimmer Chris Walker-Hebborn collected his third medal in the European Swimming Championships, ITV

21 August
Sports Stars Seek Business Education To Change Track Business Because
Tobacco lobbying warped EU law, British scientists 'prove' EU Observor
Earl Of Wessex To Open Bath Uni Research Facility Now Bath
Charge private foreign students more, demands college founder The Evening Standard
Students: make sure the money stacks up for your university studies The Guardian
University mergers: will others follow the Welsh model? Guardian Higher Education

20 August
Is falling recycling rate due to ‘green fatigue’, or is there just less waste to recycle? The Conversation
First crystal structure of the C. difficile surface protein Cwp84, Science Daily (See also Science Newsline, Infection Control Today, Science 20)
Tobacco lobbying warped EU law, British scientists 'prove', EUObserver
GaN-on-Silicon Substrate Patent Investigation, KHQ-TV Online 99 (Also on WLTV and others)
Celebrating Independence Day together, International News
8 daily weight loss habits, Men’s Health
Britain bag triple gold in Berlin, Sky (Also on Yahoo, News Guardian, Leyland News and many others)
GB Rowing Sculling Festival success for Frazier Christie and Minerva Bath's Toby Heaton, Bath Chronicle
Bath Combination 7s success for University of Bath, Walcot and Trowbridge at Stothert & Pitt RFC, Bath Chronicle
"Tremendous and surprising" bronze-medal success for Bath swimmer Jay Lelliott at European Championships in Berlin, Bath Chronicle
Joe Choong called up to replace injured Nick Woodbridge at Modern Pentathlon World Championships, Bath Chronicle

19 August
The difficult question of Clostridium difficile, International Union of Cystallography
The Rise Of The Replica: China's Urban Imitation And A Push To Protect The Nation's Heritage, Forbes
3D Printed Sensor Determines if Water is Clean, Engineering.com
Address by Naledi Pandor MP, Minister of Science and Technology, 5th International IUPAC conference on green chemistry, Science and Technology, South Africa Study identifies EU shift on tobacco control after massive lobbying, Indonesia Tobacco
Bath-based hurdler Eilidh Child helps Great Britain women bag 4x400m relay bronze at European Championships, Bath Chronicle

18 August
EU policy shift on tobacco control after massive industry lobbying, Medical News Today (Also on Your Cancer)
Bacteria-powered electric bugs could monitor water quality in developing countries, Care2 (Also on Laboratory News and 3DPrint)
Diet reduces inflammatory markers in ‘real world’ Type 2 diabetes, The Medical News
Propanc seeks patent protection on new cancer treatment, Examiner
Fungi forest canopy, Uncubemagazine
Eilidh Child strikes 400m hurdles gold at European Athletics Championships, Bath Chronicle (Also on ITV)

15 August
£1m University of Bath measuring facility could help transform the construction industry, South West Business
Laying up a better diet for basketball, Health Gauge
EU policy language shift ‘follows tobacco industry lobbying’ Cancer Research (Also on Press Release Point, Tobacco Reporter and others)
Mark Wilson Jones from our Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering talks about the Roman baths, BBC Somerset

14 August
Mark Wilson Jones from our Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering talks about the Roman baths, BBC Bristol (Also on BBC Wiltshire)
Jonathan Dawes from our Department of Mathematical Sciences talks about freedom of information requests, BBC Somerset
New 'planetarium' will take visitors back in time, West Country
Researchers lay up diet tips for cagers, Westmont
Study identifies EU policy shift on tobacco control after massive industry lobbying, Medical Express
Fasting diets could compromise immune system, Chron (Also on Review Seeker and others)
Bath Rugby United ace Freddie Clarke wins World University Rugby Sevens Championships with Great Britain in Brazil, Bath Chronicle
Georgina Ewer joins London Welsh as Lead Physiotherapist, Premiership Rugby

13 August
Students report record levels of satisfaction in National Student Survey, Guardian (Also in Huffington Post, PieNews, BBC Bristol and others)
Bath, Cambridge top chem eng satisfaction list, TCE
Our researchers think there could be a sharp rise on the reliance of public health funerals because of Britain's ageing population, BBC Tees
Distribution Automation Europe Summit, KSWO (Also on KMPH-TV Online and others)
How an internet of things sensor monitor water pollution, CBR (Also on TheRegister and others)
UK tech clusters show benefits of closer links, Angel News
Volunteers wanted in University of Bath spinal cord injury study, Frome Standard

12 August
University of Bath is top in the UK for student satisfaction, Bath Chronicle (See also Daily Mail – which includes quote from the Vice-Chancellor, Times, University Business, Talk Talk, Yahoo and many others)
University of Bath scientists help make a device to monitor water pollution, Bath Chronicle (See also Envirotech and listen on BBC Wiltshire, BBC Somerset and BBC Bristol.
Beyond the ceasefire: securing safety for Palestinian children, The Conversation
University admissions 'to top 500,000 for the first time', Telegraph
Why death is the liveliest topic at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Huffington Post

11 August
Scientists from our Department of Chemical Engineering talk about their work to develop a low-cost device to monitor the quality of drinking, BBC Bristol
How to boost Spain’s business presence in Singapore, Eurasia Review
Watch water run UP a wall: Material that allows liquid to defy gravity could spell the end of windscreen wipers, Mail
On why you should not miss eating breakfast, Qatar Tribune
Lelliott sets new personal best in Sheffield, Dorset Echo
Greg Rutherford targets European Championship gold and Winter Games, Guardian
Bath Pentathletes Prepare For World Championships, Now Bath

8 August
Africa's go-getting cities offer an entrepreneurial launch pad, All Africa
Some like it very hot, More Intelligent Life
Strong British squad named for Modern Pentathlon World Championships in Poland, Bath Chronicle
New challenge for commonwealth swimming stars, Now Bath

7 August
Mid-degree work placements can boost chances of getting a 2.1 or first, The Conversation
Dr Wali Aslam from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies was interviewed on the developments in Gaza, BBC Bristol
Primary School Children Should Have Therapy to Cut Anxiety, Say Scientists, NLP4Kids
Sage Group names Stephen Kelly group CEO, Positions and Promotions (See also FT and others)

6 August
Dr David Cutts from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies talks about the importance of the region for the Liberal Democrats, BBC Radio Bristol (See also BBC Points West at 6.30pm 5 Aug, watch from 07.20)
HE boost for school governor role, Independent Education Today
Human submarine races, Maritime Journal (See also Engineering Capacity)

5 August
Do athletes make better students?Guardian
Glasgow’s para-sport legacy must change behaviour as well as attitudes, The Conversation
Ten Universities to appear in University Showcase at Cenex, Transport Engineer
David Liptrot, Messel Travel Bursary winner 2014, SCI
Bath's Commonwealth Games swimming stars named in British team for European Championships in Berlin, Bath Chronicle
The future of scientific discovery relies on open, Open Source
New study to help disabled people get more active, Medical Xpress (See also Health Canal)
NATO may not have the political power to defend its members against Russia, Business Insider
Danny Talbot enjoyed Commonwealth Games showdown, BBC

4 August
Dr Michael Silk from our Department for Health talks about the national pride created by sporting events, BBC Radio 5 Live (Listen from 48.21)
Nato isn’t ready to take on Russia – but the problem is political, not military, The Conversation
Can a human ever run 100m under 9 seconds? The Conversation
The success of athletes with links to the University featured on BBC Radio Bristol and others.
University of Bath research: What can the Twitter storm over Benefits Street teach us? Bath Chronicle
Glasgow 2014: Closing ceremony offers University stars chance to look back on Commonwealth Games success, Bath Chronicle
Understanding attention deficit in dyslexics could help improve reading, suggests study, Optimist

1 August
E-cigarettes are safer than traditional ones, research proves The Week
Dutch team claims victory with electric car Machinery Market

2014 Commonwealth Games:
Athletics ace Emily Diamond focuses on 4x400m relay success after European Championships disappointment Bath Chronicle
Bath University swim star Chris Walker-Hebborn hails his golden team Western Daily Press
"We're like the golden couple" - Chris Walker-Hebborn and girlfriend Siobhan-Marie O'Connor celebrate swimming success Bath Chronicle

31 July
Design Engineering Products Technology Spotlights Motion Control Automation Eureka
CAS Announces the 2014 SciFinder® Future Leaders in Chemistry RenewableEnergyWorld.com (also Reuters)
National Education Charity Calls on More Universities to Support School Governance SourceWire

2014 Commonwealth Games:
Just how much can Jazmin Sawyers achieve this year? BBC online
Bath University swim star Chris Walker-Hebborn hails his golden team Western Daily Press
Jazmin Sawyers settles nerves by leaping into Commonwealth Games long jump Bath Chronicle 
Weightlifter Sonny Webster enjoys "a real special moment" after top-five finish Bath Chronicle 
Hurdles champ Dai Greene eyes final flourish but says "gold is beyond my reach" Bath Chronicle 
Danny Talbot qualifies joint second fastest for 200m semi-finals at Commonwealth Bath Chronicle 
Dai Greene set to miss European Championships after failing to reach 400m hurdles final at Commonwealth Games Bath Chronicle

30 July
Malmsbury students gain insight into vital debates This is Wiltshire.co.uk 
High Performance Computing Wales appoints new CEO Commercial News Media

2014 Commonwealth Games:
Bath student wins Commonwealth bronze iTv.com
Bronze medal is happy accident for top gun Kristian Callaghan Bath Chronicle
Eilidh Child wants Hampden roar to carry her to gold after booking 400m hurdles Bath Chronicle
Lawrence Clarke books place in 110m hurdles final as Andy Turner crashes out Bath Chronicle

29 July
All About Crystals: Tiny, Giant, from Mars, from Earth's Mantle, in Medicine and in Manufacturing PR Newswire, Yahoo News,
Commonwealth Games nationalist rush unlikely to last WN.com

2014 Commonwealth Games:
Silver lining for former Team Bath badminton player Heather Olver and England  Bath Chronicle
Lizzie Simmonds stays in hunt for third final after reaching 50m backstroke semis Bath Chronicle
Sharp-shooter Kristian Callaghan hits top-five in 50m pistol final Bath Chronicle
England's Siobhan-Marie O'Connor: Winning gold feels incredible Western Daily Press
Sam Courty helps British women's eight to silver medal at the World Under-23 Rowing ... Bath Chronicle
Another Bath teenager winning global medals as athlete Loren Bleaken helps Britain to IAAF World ... Bath Chronicle
Hurdler set for double challenge Henley Standard

26-28 July
A word in your ear: the interpreters spoke for world leaders - The Guardian
Raymond Schinazi fled Nasser's Egypt to become pioneer in antivirals - Financial Times (requires subscription)
Cricketer scores at business for his second innings - Financial Times (USA) (requires subscription)
STFC RAL Space team is Ground Control for Newly Launched UK Satellite - Science & Technology Facilities Council 
New R&D Pilot Production Facility - tesa Labtec Opens LabFactory - Virtual-Strategy Magazine 
Bath charity gets new garden thanks to BBC's The One Show - Bath Chronicle
University of Bath researcher Dr Michael Silk talks about impact of Commonwealth Games on Scottish independence campaign - SouthWestBusiness.co.uk
Findings from University of Bath Has Provided New Data on Social Science (Gendered Parenthood Penalties and Premiums across the Earnings Distribution... - HispanicBusiness.com
Bin collections – where next? - Letsrecycle.com 

2014 Commonwealth Games:
Medals for Bath duo Michael Jamieson and Andrew Willis - but no breaststroke gold for home hero - Bath Chronicle
No Usain Bolt but still plenty of big rivals for sprinter Danny Talbot - Bath Chronicle 
Lelliott's lapping up the big-time atmosphere - Bournemouth Echo 
Bath Athletes Strike Gold On Day Two At Glasgow - NOW Bath 
Glasgow 2014: First gold for Bath athletes as judoka Megan Fletcher scores Ippon victory - Bath Chronicle 
Siobhan O'Connor from Bath wins gold medal at Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games - Western Daily Press 
Glasgow 2014: Silver lining for Gemma Gibbons as Gary Hall and... - One News Page 
Winter aims to be the star performer - Western Daily Press 
Lelliott ready for Commonwealth Games - Dorset Echo 

25 July
NHS patients at risk of getting mad cow disease during surgery, Telegraph (See also Chichester Observer and others)
Dr Michael Silk talks about the effects of the Commonwealth Games on the Scottish vote for independence, BBC Scotland
Professor David Brown talks about the risk of vCJD, BBC Radio Bristol
British Army helps Ghanaian Nartey's Olympic dream, BBC Sport
Double silver delight for busy Bath swimmer Siobhan-Marie O'Connor at Commonwealth Games, Bath Chronicle
Friends Jan Gosiewski and Emmanuel Nartey could be Commowealth Games foes in judo dojo, Bath Chronicle
Bath-based Scottish swimmer Michael Jamieson targets world record, Western Daily Press

24 July
Concerns over vCJD 'blood threat', BT UK (See also Bury Free Press and many others)
Any nationalist sugar rush from the Commonwealth Games is unlikely to last long, The Conversation
Glasgow humour on show as Commonwealth Games open, FT
Glasgow 2014 day-by-day guide, BBC Sport
Training injury ends Bath hockey player Eloise Laity's Commonwealth Games dream, Bath Chronicle
Bath runners ready to chase European glory, Western Daily Press

23 July
University courses: better than Oxbridge, The Telegraph
Archaeopteryx’s Feathery Legs Fuel Flightless Evolutionary Claims, Answers Magazine
Managing Growth in Business, Chron
University of Bath's Professor Gareth Price takes up new role in Royal Society of Chemistry, Western Daily Press
Commonwealth Games: The build-up, Inside the Games
Commonwealth chance for Bath rower Sam Courty after World Championships, Bath Chronicle
Britain call on Paul Blake, Ben Rushgrove and Sophie Kamlish for IPC Athletics European Championships in Swansea, Bath Chronicle

22 July
Professor David Galbreath from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies discusses the ramifications of the shooting down of flight MH17 over Ukraine, BBC Somerset (Listen also on BBC Wiltshire and BBC Bristol)
Team Scotland Fighting For Independence? Sky 
Royal Society of Chemistry welcomes 15 million for core chemistry equipment, Royal Society of Chemistry (See also Guardian)
‘Racism: From the Labour Movement to the Far-Right’ conference, Refugee Archives
Fasting diet make people more susceptible to infection, Science World Report
Company Develops Coconut Husk-Based Filters to Treat Wastewater, Sustainable Brands
Courty selected for World Under-23s, Sport Focus
Bittersweet moment for Guthrie ahead of ANZ challenge, Sport Focus
Curry and Toolis win bronze at European Championships, Sport Focus
Silver lining for Murray and Evans at European Championships, Sport Focus

21 July
Is a failure in command and control the cause of MH17 disaster? The Conversation article by Professor David Galbreath. Professor Galbreath spoke on the subject for BBC Radio Somerset, BBC Radio Wiltshire, BBC Radio Bristol and LBC (Links to follow).
Single mothers 'do just as good a job as couples’, Guardian
Scottish independence: How the Commonwealth Games could swing the vote, Independent
Team Scotland Fighting For Independence? Sky
Myth Surrounding ‘5:2’ Diet Busted, Researchers Say it Might Weaken Immunity, Headlines & Global News (See also University Herald)
Baghdadi’s social media war: Hype or threat? Aljazeera
The latest research into leadership, Cirrus
CBT in Grade School Can Lower Kids’ Anxiety, Psych Central (See also Western Morning News)
Dr John Troyer comments on Assisted Dying Bill, Noodls
Tales from the Celluloid Coffin, All Events
Bath teenagers Siobhan-Marie O'Connor, Amelia Maughan and Lynne Hutchison going for gold at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Bath Chronicle

18 July
Scottish independence: How the Commonwealth Games could swing the vote, Independent
British Academy welcomes new Fellows, Press Release Point
Annette Hayton, Head of Widening Participation, talks about widening access to higher education, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1.25.45)
The fasting 5:2 diet may make you live longer but experts warn it could leave you more susceptible to infections, Mail
Mystics bolstered by English midcourter, New Zealand Herald
Protagonist – the ‘design fiction’ film, The Other Way Works
Helen Glover and Heather Stanning set to go for World Rowing Championship gold in Amsterdam, Bath Chronicle
Talented rower heads to Italy after first GB U23 call, Northumberland Gazette

17 July
Baghdadi’s social media war: Hype or threat? Al Jazeera English
CBT lessons in primary school reduce anxiety in children, Medical Xpress 
Cyclists make better drivers, Auckland Now
TOPCAT launches with UKube-1 to measure space weather conditions, Electronics Weekly
New analysis of oxide glass structures could guide the forecasting of melt formation in planetary interiors, Phys.Org
Helen Gale promoted to partner at Deloitte LLP, International Finance Centre
Mystics sign England star Serena Guthrie, Scoop 

16 July
See the University's one-person propeller-driven submarine, Minerva, ITV News Meridian
UK. Winners announced in Europe’s human powered Submarine Races, BYM News & Magazine (See also Maritime Global News
The whole wide picture, Livemint.com
Packing and the structural transformations in liquid and amorphous oxides from ambient to extreme conditions, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Launch-O-Rama: Flinging Six Into Orbit + Deeper Looks..., SatMagazine
Hemp-Lime construction panels on test in Wroughton at University of Bath research site near Swindon, Link Magazine
Sam Curry and Tom Toolis win bronze as Modern Pentathlon European Championships end on a high note, Bath Chronicle
Silver lining for Samantha Murray and Joe Evans at Modern Pentathlon European Championships, Bath Chronicle
Dai Greene leads six-strong Bath contingent at European Championships, Bath Chronicle

15 July
On Your Head: A magic bullet for motivating staff? Sunday Times
Couples where mothers earn more are no more likely to split, CWEBNews.com
Media images reinforce stereotypes of body size, The Globe and Mail 
Delft Institute team wins Formula Student, Institution of Mechanical Engineers
A building site for the future, Swindon Advertiser

14 July
Why we are so fascinated by people who want to have sex with dead bodies
, The Conversation
Tobacco giant 'tried blackmail' to block Ugandan anti-smoking law, The Guardian 
Sustainability as a foundation, CE News
Eindhoven wins design competition at Formula Student, Racecar Engineering 
Extreme fat photos may undermine message on overweight risk, LifeScript
Bath tourism businesses look to China for visitor boost, South West Business.co.uk
Keeping active pays off in your 70s and 80s, Medical News Today 
Less than 30 minutes of exercise can improve your health in your 70s and 80s, Saga Health News
Home favourite Eilidh Child cruises to 400m hurdles victory at Glasgow Grand Prix, Bath Chronicle
Three British men reach Modern Pentathlon European Championships final, Bath Chronicle

11 July
Extreme fat photos may undermine message on overweight risk, Yahoo! News Canada (See also Reuters)
School of Management graduate Cynthie Cheung spoke live from San Francisco about her plans to cross the US, coast to coast, to find out how accessible travel is with a wheelchair, BBC Bristol
Scottish independence: How the Commonwealth Games could swing the vote, The Independent
Buildings of the future to be tested at pioneering research centre on Swindon’s doorstep, Swindon Business News
Keeping Active Pays Off in Your 70s and 80s, Health News Digest
British asteroid mapper is sent into orbit, DPA Magazine
Cassandra Brown elected BUCS Student Director, Nouse
Athletes Jacob Paul and Elliott Rutter join Loren Bleaken in GB squad for World Junior Championships, Bath Chronicle

10 July
Almost anyone can hitchhike into space with a nanosatellite, Phys.Org
Listening to Time Machines, Before It's News

9 July
Dr Sarah White on wellbeing in international development, BBC Wiltshire
World Cup protests reveal how much Brazilian politics has changed - Juan Pablo Ferrero, The Conversation
Bad social policy, not ideology, is to blame for the Arab world’s downward spiral - Rana Jawad, The Conversation
Stronger contact with previous carers would give foster children a greater sense of belonging - Justin Rogers, The Conversation
Almost Anyone Can Hitchhike Into Space With a Nanosatellite, The Epoch Times 

8 July
The art of persuasion, Supply Management
Human powered submarine races under-way, All About Shipping (See also Marine Link) 
RHS Hampton Court Flower Show One Show 'newcomer' garden, The One Show (Watch from 15.20)
Modern Pentathlon, Sky Sports
Beach Volleyball, Sky Sports

7 July
Birds' Feathers First Evolved Before Flight, Researchers Say, The Huffington Post
RHS Hampton Court Flower Show One Show Garden to feature on BBC, Horticulture Week
University of Bath graduates share their selfies, Bath Chronicle
UWE Bristol to lead high-tech Enterprise Zone, Bristol Post
Radiohead artist Stanley Donwood prints for sale in Bristol, Bristol24-7

4 July
Eat breakfast to burn more calories, Men's Health Magazine
Council Welcomes Award for Innovation Centre, Now Bath

3 July
Q&A with Lord Eatwell, The Timeshighereducation.co.uk
This project of the EU is pretty much empty, The Voice of Russia
Keeping active pays off in your 70s and 80s, Medical Xpress
New Archaeopteryx fossil shows feathers evolved before flight, Science Alert
World Cup mania reaches fever pitch in the USA, Euronews
Women with Bright Ideas Competition, Packaging Today 
Could you be a Wimbledon star of the future? Team Bath-MCTA launches new talent ID pathway, Bath Chronicle

2 July
New pacemaker offers heart failure hope, News Guardian
Science Behind Penalty Kicks Claims Almost 100% Success, Voice of America 
Mate fast, die young, Birdwatch
Small classes, big money, The Economist 
MBA Rankings: Revealed – The Best European Business Schools, Business Because
World Cup woes? You do the maths!, Press Release Point
Is it true high visibility clothing doesn’t help cyclists?, Crikey Blogs
Will Spencer extends Bath Rugby contract after successful London Welsh loan spell, Bath Chronicle
Share your graduation selfies, The Guardian 

1 July
How to take the perfect penalty? Go for the top corner – ITV News, also see Daily Mail, BBC Mundo (in Spanish), Voice of America and other international.
World Cup: Bath scientist claims football formula for perfect penalty – Western Daily Press, also see local BBC Bristol and Bath Chronicle .
Dr James Betts (Health) on fasting – BBC Wiltshire
Fuel from Waste – This is Money
UK’s Biological Records Centre celebrates five decades of wildlife research – Blue & Green Tomorrow

30 June
How to win a penalty shootout. University of Bath does the science, Mail On Sunday (See also The Loop, Thisismoney.co.uk and others)
Research England footballers don't need this time: The perfect penalty can be taken by aiming at the 'unsaveable' zone, scientists find, Mail On Sunday
Avoid the funeral sting: how to die for less than £1,000, The Guardian
UK data centre marks 50 years of recording nature, BBC
The legal loophole of advergames: How ads disguised as video games are impacting today’s youth, The Next Web
Fluid Tests Hint at Concrete Quantum Reality, Free Republic
New pacemaker offers heart failure hope, Nursing Times (See also Herald Sun)
UK universities' incubator voted best in Europe and second in world, The Timeshighereducation.co.uk (See also Electronics Weekly)
Car of the future will be smaller and greener, but just as powerful, researchers suggest, Optimist World
Savings of €31bn possible by reducing endocrine disrupting chemicals, Beverage Daily
Physicists' Findings Improve Advanced Material, Binghamton Today
Fatism: the last acceptable prejudice?, East London Advertiser
History-making Paralympic skiing champion Kelly Gallagher back in training after Sochi success, Bath Chronicle
Bath star Siobhan-Marie O'Connor lands a treble, Western Daily Press 

27 June
Secrets of the perfect soccer penalty revealed, Reuters (See also YahooNews, Huffington Post, MSN UK and many others)
Dr Christos Vasilakis talks about a new joint research project with the Royal United Hospital to investigate 'the weekend phenomenon', Radio Bristol (Listen from 02:10:37) Prof Mark Tooley also talked about the project, BBC Somerset (Listen from 01:48:39)
Researchers develop a new method for manufacturing a-IGZO, Electronics Online (See also Science Daily and Newswise
New pacemaker offers heart failure hope, Kirkintilloch Herald
Research suggests 'car of the future' will be smaller, greener but just as powerful, Phys.Org
Secrets of the perfect soccer penalty revealed, Yahoo! Sports 
Focus on lottery of patient care, Pharmacy Choice
Key Role for Women Engineers In Human Powered Submarine Races, Hydro International
10 things you may not have known about Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis, ITV.com
Swim star Jay Lelliott raring to go, Dorset Echo

26 June
Research by University of Bath and RUH focuses on lottery of patient care (also hear this morning’s BBC Bristol interview with Dr Christos Vasilakis)
Humans Evolved Large Brains To Improve Vision – Design & Trend (also see MedicalExpress, IFL Science, Nature World News, BT News via the Press Association)  
Dr John Troyer interview discussing yesterday’s Right to Die case – BBC Bristol
Pacemaker matching heart beats with Breathing - International Business Times, Australia (also see British Council’s International Research News & the Ealing Times)
Drink coffee in your car? Now you can brew it there too – MNN
University league tables: a guide for parents – Guardian, featuring interview with Doris Bechstein
Athletic pupils fired up by Bath Bullet Jason Gardener as university hosts National School Sport Week – Bath Chronicle

25 June
Women engineers play key role in human powered submarine races, BYM News & Magazine
Tips for involving service users in mental health assessments - Community Care

24 June
Women in Engineering Day  BBC Points West, see also BBC Wiltshire
New Pacemaker Extends Lives By Synchronizing Heart Rates With Breathing Business Insider, also see The Times Of India, The Star, Medical Xpress, Bath Chronicle, Western Daily Press, Wiltshire Times, BBC Somerset
Team Bath’s Murray faces Sharapova at Wimbledon Noodls
Pogues musician and London transport boss to be given University of Bath honorary degrees Bath Chronicle

21 to 23 June
Professor Paul Gregg discusses welfare reform – BBC World at One (from 11 minutes on)
Next generation pacemaker will 'revolutionise' patients' lives, scientists say – The Telegraph (also see Huffington Post, YahooNews; and listen to Dr Alain Nogaret on BBC Somerset this morning).
Exclusive: Schools struggling to fill governor posts as candidates daunted by work – The Independent
Big Tobacco squares up as EU rules aim to track every cigarette – Chicago Tribune
University research shows coffee grinds could be used to make biofuel – World of Bioenergy (also see Complex, Autoblog, FreeRepublic and more)
Hormone-disrupting chemicals in homes linked to rise in illness – Irish Examiner
Poll: Can a single test, on a single day of your childhood, significantly affect your life chances? We look at how the 11-plus shaped futures - East Anglian Daily Times

20 June
X-rays shine light on atoms at work in a chemical reaction, Phys.Org
Nature must remain at the heart of engineering solutions, Phys.Org
Soon, your car can run on coffee! Deccan Chronicle (See also LeftLaneNews, Business Standard
Big Tobacco squares up as EU rules aim to track every cigarette, QualityHealth (See also Health Matters)

18 June
Wake up and smell the biofuel, say scientists – Herald Scotland, for other online/print also see Times of India, Biodiesel Magazine, BFMTV-France, Waikato Times NZ, Sudan Vision Daily, NewKerala.com, Daily Record, Herald Ireland,  Green Car Website, Independent Online, The Times of Malta and WalesOnline.
Coffee-powered cars could be coming – Sky News Australia, for other broadcast also see ITV, Steve Wright on BBC Radio 2, BBC Wales,  BBC Wiltshire, Capital FM + US Radio Stations including CBS from Dallas to Philadelphia and Chicago)
Dr Janet Goodall (Education) on Sir Michael Wilshaw’s comments on fining ‘bad parents’ – BBC Radio 4 / World at One
Hard Evidence: do grammar schools boost social mobility? By Dr Matt Dickson (SPS) – Conversation UK
Half of Labour candidates in marginal seats are Westminster insiders (feat Peter Beech Allen) – Guardian, also see Mail Online
Big Tobacco squares up as EU rules aim to track every cigarette – Reuters Canada, also see Reuters Insight piece

17 June
Waste coffee grounds could be used as 'sustainable fuel source' of biofuel for cars, ITV.com (See also Mail On Sunday, EnergyVoice, Sunday Post, Energias Renovables, Sunday World and others) (Also on LBC, BBC Leicester,  XFM London, Heart Swindon and others)
After the recession: welcome to Britain in the age of insecurity, The Guardian
Dr Denise Taylor and Bath artist Stephen Magrath talk about their Research Matters exhibition as part of Fringe Arts Bath, BBC Radio Bristol
US & Iran - a common objective on Iraq?, Radio FM4
A recent report from the University on Governors was mentioned on the House of Commons live, BBC Parliament
Designing buildings for a low carbon future, Building 4 Change
Three Weeks to Submarine Race in Gosport, Marine Link
Samantha Murray and Mhairi Spence lead the way as Bath's modern pentathletes head to GB Open Championships, Bath Chronicle
University of Bath Sochi star Kelly Gallagher backed to strike gold again at Pyeongchang 2018, Bath Chronicle

16 June
University of Bath offers help to prospective students with autism, Bath Chronicle
Lizzy Yarnold Given MBE In Queen's Birthday Honours, NOW Bath
Science and engineering stars shine, Bio-Medicine (See also Phys Org)
Queen's birthday honours list 2014: OBE, Guardian
Major step forward for £20m 'self powered buildings of the future' project, Wales Online
Patient groups taking cash from drug firms, Herald Scotland
Something for the weekend, Insider Media Limited
Creating the Impossible, Ingenia
Charlotte tackles Mount Kilimanjaro for charity, Exmouth Herald 24
BUCS Awards 2014 Shortlist Announced – Who Will Win?, British Universities & Colleges Sport

13 June
National Teaching Fellows announced, Times Higher Education
Eat breakfast, lose calories, The Hindu
Hitting a new high, Bath Chronicle
University of Bath contingent added to Scotland and Wales squads for Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, Bath Chronicle
Bath graduate Aaron Harris joins forces with Brownlee brothers in England triathlon team for Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, Bath Chronicle

12 June
Government urged to act quickly on plain cigarette packaging, Guardian
Present and future research leaders recognised in Parliament, www.raeng.org.uk
Bailey Towing Simulator shows how to load your caravan correctly, Caravan Times
Call for tighter regulations on ‘advergames’, Sec-Ed 
Why breakfast is an important part of healthy eating, Kent Reporter and others.

11 June
Everything You Know About Breakfast Is Wrong, Xtri.com
Summer school encourages students on the autism spectrum to choose university, Health Canal
MBA Jobs: Can An MBA Still Make You A CEO?, Business Because
Bath-Based Swimmers Prepare For Glasgow Games, Now Bath
Calum Jarvis and Jemma Lowe to swim for Wales at Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, Bath Chronicle

10 June
20 new ideas from UK universities that will change the world, Times
Eating breakfast helps burn calories, Express Tribune (See also Mail Online, Fana News, Khaleej Times  and others)
The secret to the perfect cup of coffee revealed, Independent (See also South West Business.co.uk,  Zee News,  Discover Magazine Blogs  and others) (Also on BBC Bristol, BBC Bristol, BBC Merseyside, BBC Norfolk and others)
Standing up against Thai military coup, Guardian
Great British hero! Mary Berry has been awarded the freedom of Bath, Express and others.
UK's brightest young entrepreneurs honoured at Student Enterprise Awards, ITProPortal.com
The University of Bath School of Management Q+A, Business Because
Student shows 2014: University of Bath, Building Design
Lizzie Simmonds grabs golden double at Mare Nostrum Tour meet in Monaco, Bath Chronicle

9 June
Eating breakfast helps burn calories, Tribune (See also NDTV Cooks, and Times of India)  
Bath Goes Wild nature event in Queen Square, Bath Chronicle
Women support Breakthrough Breast Cancer at Triathlon Pink in Bath, Bath Chronicle
Uni Team Secures European Crown For England, Now Bath
Heather Olver aiming for second Commonwealth Games medal after earning Team England badminton call-up for Glasgow 2014, Bath Chronicle
Greene included in Wales Games team, This is Wiltshire
Mary Berry Given Freedom Of The City Of Bath, Now Bath

6 June
Scientists reveal secret to perfect cup of coffee, Irish Examiner (See also Business Inside, Optimist World, Phys.Org  and others) (Also on WRC-DC (NBC) )
Did you know beakfast eaters burn more kilos?, Daily Life (See also Bath Chronicle, The New Zealand Herald , The Times of Malta and others) (Also on BBC Radio Bristol)
A single shot of antibiotic 'could be new MRSA treatment', Medical News Today
Women 'feel less pain after surgery than men', Netdoctor
New centre set to design low-carbon buildings of the future, HeatingandVentilation.net

5 June
Secret to 'perfect' coffee revealed, ITV.com (See also Mail On Sunday, Sunday Post , Herald Scotland and others) (Also on BBC London, LBC, Downtown Radio Belfast)
Why eating breakfast can help you LOSE weight: People who do burn more calories being active in the morning than those who fast, Mail  (Also on BBC Tees, Heart, Heart North Devon, Magic Teesside and others)
Apple chief Tim Cook is under pressure to prove innovative flair is still there, Guardian
Newark by-election reminds us how crucial local campaigns are, The Conversation
Cambridge University Education Head: "Proficiencies for Headship Should be Trimmed Back Significantly", Phoenix Business Journal 
Men may feel more pain than women after major operations, Digital Journal
Grammar schools have widened wage gap between rich and poor, researchers find, Sec-Ed
Advergaming comes under fire, World Advertising Research Center
Bath MBA Chef Cooks Up A Digital Management Career In Fashion, Business Because 
Sustainable Living: myths, meanings and realities – review, Blue & Green Tomorrow
EPSRC adopts two new Centres for Doctoral Training, Alpha Galileo
Bath PhD students win Energy YES competition, The Institution of Engineering and Technology

4 June
Vice-Chancellor Professor Dame Glynis Breakwell talks about our Guardian University Guide ranking, BBC Radio Somerset (Listen from 1.17.15)
Dr Janet Goodall from our Department of Education talks about building a better relationship with your children, BBC Radio Wiltshire
Dr John Troyer from our Department of Social and Policy Sciences talks about our attitude to death, BBC World
Dr Denise Taylor from our Department of Pharmacy and Pharmacology talks about keeping your mind active in later life, BBC Radio Bristol
Dr Hanna Diamond Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies talks about the type of work women did in the French Resistance, BBC Radio 4
The University of Bath has been ranked joint 2nd out of 116 institutions for overall student satisfaction, BBC Radio Bristol
University of Bath is fourth best uni in Britain, says new guide, Bath Chronicle
Research Calls For Children’s ‘Advergame’ Rules, Now Bath
From Tower Bridge to Sydney Harbour, welcome to China’s city of clones, Guardian
Men ‘feel more pain after major ops’, Pakistan Observer (See also Netdoctor)

3 June
Guardian University league table 2015, Guardian
Men ‘feel more pain after major ops’, BBC (See also UK Wired News)
Cycle helmets send drivers wrong message, brain surgeon says, The New Zealand Herald
Building world-leading research communities, Cardiff University
New centre aims to design low-carbon buildings for the future, RAC Magazine
Kristian Callaghan has been selected for the England shooting team, BBC 1 West

2 June
Neurosurgeon accused of putting lives at risk after claiming cycle helmets were useless, Telegraph (See also LBC, The Australian, The Canberra Times and others) Advergames ‘affect Chirldren’s eating habits’ and Advergames 'target children with unhealthy products', BBC (See also BBC Breakfast, Telegraph, BBC, ITV, BBC Radio Asia, Cbbc Newsround, and others)
Study tracks illicit drug use through Europe's sewage, Energy and Environmental Management
Grammar schools 'widen poverty gap', Gazette & Herald
Dr Chris Chuck from our Department of Chemical Engineering talks about the use by date of petrol, BBC Radio Somerset (See also BBC Radio Bristol)
Drug Offers Potential for Endometriosis Treatment,  Drug Discovery & Development
Bath's Simon Bond at helm of national business incubator SETsquared, Bath Chronicle
New centre aims to design low-carbon buildings for the future, Japan Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration News
Training centre bridges gap between research and reality, Building 4 Change 
Apple chief Tim Cook is under pressure to prove innovative flair is still there, Guardian (See also Today Online , South China Morning Post and others)
Security in the Baltic Sea and Crimea, Nouse
Understanding Employer Engagement in Education, OECD Education Today
First British Olympic skeleton champion inducted into University of Bath Hall of Fame, Inside The Games
Weightlifters Zoe Smith and Sonny Webster get England call for Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, Bath Chronicle
Judo Graduate Selected For Commonwealth Games, Now Bath
Olympic and World champion Helen Glover closing in on European rowing title with Polly Swann in Belgrade, Bath Chronicle

30 May
Study blames grammar schools for rich and poor gap, ITV.com (See also Phys.Org , AOL Money UK, Western Daily Press, BBC Bristol, BBC London and others)
New centre will facilitate Green Building PhDs, Green Building Press (See also Phys.Org)
SCORE reports drug use changes using wastewater analysis, IWA Publishing
University of Bath students build racing car, BBC News England 
Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis visits Bath's new Centre for the Arts, Bath Chronicle
Period pain affects work of girls, The Times Of India 
Are e-cigarettes bad for you? WHO considers regulation, MSN News UK (Also on London BBC
How I became a UN interpreter, Guardian

29 May
Grammar schools 'widen inequality', ITV (See also The Independent, MSN News UK, Wiltshire Times, Bath Chronicle, Telegraph)
Study tracks illicit drug use through Europe's sewage system, Medical Xpress (See also Health Canal, Waterbriefing)
McLaren chief Ron Dennis helps Team Bath Racing launch new Formula Student car, Bath Chronicle ( David Turton from our Department of Mechanical Engineering will be on BBC Points West this afternoon and this evening talking about the Formula Student car. You can see a preview here.)
Keeping active pays off even in your 70s and 80s, Bright Surf
University of Bath to receive £1.2m of funding to develop greener cars, Engine Technology International
England Futsal squad named for Four Nations Tournament, Football Association 
Porous Inorganic Materials Symposium, RSC Publishing Blogs
Schaeffler UK named key technology partner on ACTIVE project, Machine Building.net
Churchfields Academy pupils to get a taste of university life, Swindon Advertiser

28 May
London is the official cocaine capital of Europe, Times
Wastewater profiling tracks illicit drug use through Europe’s sewage system, Water Briefing
Propanc files patent application for new cancer treatment, IPFrontline Magazine
Keeping active pays off even in your 70s and 80s, Press-News.org (See also Examiner.com 
Bath Uni receives advanced materials funding, Machinery Market
Amy Williams given Bath hall of fame honour, ITV.com (See also BBC News Somerset )

27 May
Dr Susan Milner talks about the effect of the Farage Clegg debate on the European Election, LBC
Dr Nicholas Startin discusses the European Election, BBC Somerset
Propanc advances patent applications on cancer treatment, Examiner.com
Bath researcher scoops top neutron scattering prize, Science & Technology Facilities Council 
Bath Graduate Selected For Hockey World Cup, Now Bath (See also Bath Chronicle)
Gareth Bale - from the University of Bath to winning the Champions League final with Real Madrid, Bath Chronicle

23 May
Dr David Cutts from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies talks about UKIP, LBC
Light-Activated Suncream That Will Cut Skin Cancer, Femail.com.au
Roundup: European Parliament elections kick off in Britain, strained relations with EU likely to continue, GlobalPost
Five University of Bath–based judo players, including the brother and sister pair of Ben and Megan Fletcher, have been named in the England team to compete at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, ITV West Country News

22 May
EU election: is UKIP a political earthquake or just a tremor? The Conversation
Decision time: Ukip is on course for unprecedented victory as polling stations open for local and European elections, Mail
La crise de la démocratie n’est pas celle que l’on croit, Mediapart
Propanc Scientific Findings Published in Peer Reviewed Cancer Journal, iStockAnalyst
Rest in poverty? Marketplace
What does it take to be a governor? Sec-Ed
Are they prepared for uni? Sec-Ed
Making a city smarter: Transportation and the built environment, Blogs - GreenBiz.com
Gender Pains, Jenkins Gym 
Technophobia, Red Orbit 
Amy Williams’ Olympic gold – one year on, The National Student
Peering down protein-DNA interactions to better understand how genes work, Phys.Org

21 May
Bath MBA Graduate Secures Graduate Entrepreneur Visa to Shake Up Chinese Travel Industry, Business Because
Peering down protein-DNA interactions to better understand how genes work, Alpha Galileo 
UK: BMT Defence Services Appoints New Business Development Director, Naval Today

20 May
Dr Mark Greco from our Department of Biology and Biochemistry talks about the Pint of Science, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 1hr 20min 30 Sec)
Father of electric vehicles recognised with Academy's Prince Philip Medal, www.raeng.org.uk
Could you play vital school role?, North West Evening Mail 
Actual Consciousness, Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies

19 May
Child protection services too important to be privatised, The Guardian
Researchers create ‘ultrasonic hands’ that can grip microparticles, DPA Magazine
THE best student experience 2014 – how does your university fare? Telegraph

16 May
Professor Chris James talks about school governors, BBC Wiltshire
Do we need more technology accelerators? Techworld 
Accoustic tweezers can grip microparticles, Nanowerk
Containing the Intelligence explosion: the Role of Transparency, KurzweilAI.net
Who'd be a school governor? Me, actually, Telegraph.co.uk 
CIPD welcomes the launch of the Inspiring Governors Alliance as an important step towards bridging the gap between education and business, Wired-Gov

15 May
University of Bath students second most "satisfied" in the UK, Bath Chronicle
Schools in disadvantaged areas England are struggling to recruit governance, BBC Radio 2 (Also on BBC Somerset, BBC Radio Bristol and others)
School governors: Call to recruit more widely, BBC News
School governors add over £1 billion a year to education budget, report finds, tesconnect
Recruiting governors 'not easy', MSN News
Brian Roper obituary, The Guardian
London universities perform ' poorly' in student experience rankings, Telegraph.co.uk 
Researchers create ‘ultrasonic hands’ that can grip microparticles, Press Release Point  (See also Phys.Org, South West Business.co.uk )
Distrust of the political system, not the far right, is real threat to our European future, The Conversation
Europe's Real Political Crisis: Apathy, RealClearWorld
Funding accelerates development of greener cars, Engineering and Technology Magazine
Africa: UK's Science Media Centre Lambasted for Pushing Corporate Science, All Africa.com 
Wazoku CEO Simon Hill voted Guardian Small Business Leader of the Year, Crowdsourcing.org 

14 May
Tech wheelchair wonder, News24 (See also Mail & Guardian Online)
Congratulations to the Poster Prize winners at the Spring 2014 RSC Carbohydrate Group Meeting!, RSC Publishing Blogs 
SETsquared start-ups go stateside, PR-USA.net
Siblings Megan and Ben Fletcher named in England judo squad for Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, Bath Chronicle
Five University-based judo players to go to commonwealth games, BBC Radio Bristol (See also BBC 1 West)

13 May
Dr Wali Aslam, from the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies discusses the context of Indian & Afghan elections and the implications for the wider region, University of Bath
Dr John Troyer from our Department of Social and Policy Sciences spoke to about the importance of talking about death to loved ones, as part of Dying Matters Week, BBC Radio Wiltshire,
Dr Nicholas Startin from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies discusses the Far Right and Europe, 5 live (Listen from 02:31:40) Mountain bike tech behind wheelchair wonder, Gadget
Bath Researcher Scoops Top Neutron Scattering Prize, Labmate Online
Bath athletes welcomed into Hall of Fame, ITV.com
Jason Gardener and Ben Rushgrove are first names in University of Bath’s new Hall of Fame for Sport
, Bath Chronicle

12 May
Complete University Guide 2015 league table, Complete University Guide
Bath University ranked in top 50 'young' universities in the world by The Times Higher Education, South West Business.co.uk
MSPs warned over business links code, Herald Scotland 
Study Reveals How Bacteria can Exploit Proteins to Trigger Infection, Labmate Online
Death discussions 'taboo' for many in UK, survey finds, UK Wired News
L'UE cristallise les peurs, Le Quotidien
Do we need science media centres in the Arab world?, Nature.com blogs
Google Doodle celebrates Nobel prize winning biochemist Dorothy Hodgkin, The Guardian
How Adaptive Designs can be used to compliment your clinical trial studies, EIN Presswire
Redesign roulette eliminated by Irish architecture start-up, Irish Times

9 May
Professor Andrew Graves gives an update on the Honda plant in Swindon, BBC Wiltshire
How Tobacco Industry Players Veil Child Labour, Smuggling As CSR, TMCnet.com 
SuperGen Energy Storage Hub academic-industry consortium, Electronics Weekly
Team Bath's Formula Student racing car uses Barden's angular contact ball bearings, Source - The Engineer
Brian Roper: Businessman who gave more than he took, Western Daily Press

8 May
How tobacco industry players veil child labour, smuggling as CSR, Daily Independent Nigeria 
Bath University to research advanced materials for lighter aircraft, Blue Sky
How realistically do games treat super heroes? A psychology expert weighs in, Game Radar
Design Museum names 2014 Designers in Residence, Design Week
Top 10 UK Universities To Study Accounting and Finance, The Huffington Post
Negative Rheumatoid Factor Test Can Delay Referral to Rheumatologist, About.com
Brian Roper dies aged 75, Western Daily Press 
O'Connor feels expectation, Orange 
Team England tap into Bath's pool of swimming talent for Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, Bath Chronicle
Team Bath swimmers prepare to shine, ITV.com
Tancock and Proud all set for Commonwealth Games, Western Morning News

7 May
Nightingale has best birdsong because of its complex brain, research finds, Guardian (Also on Mail Online)
University of Bath wins £1.25m funding for aircraft materials research, South West Business.co.uk 
Athletes from the west will find out today if they have made it into the England swimming team for the Commonwealth Games, BBC 1 West

6 May
E-cigarettes: miracle or health risk? Guardian
University of Bath wins funding for aircraft materials research, Bath Chronicle
£13m for UK researchers, Electronics Weekly
How bacteria exploit proteins to trigger potentially lethal infections, Biotech International (See also Biocompare)
Toca Boca glory: game apps children love even though they can’t win, Gulf News 
Afghanistan – not Modi – is key to future relations between India and Pakistan, The Conversation
20th anniversary of the ordination of women, ITV
Nightingale has best birdsong because of its complex brain, research finds, The Raw Story (See also The Nation)
Businessman and benefactor Brian Roper dies of cancer at 75, Bath Chronicle
Tip for the top! Business student Baran Ceylan wins Future Business Leader of the Year Award, Optimist World
UK universities to tackle energy storage, Electronics Weekly

2 May
Professor Paul Salkovskis from our Department of Psychology talked about agoraphobia on 5Live, (Listen from 18.56)
Solar cell research could revolutionise PV sector, EfficientEnergy.net 
Nigel Lawson: The Bath Lecture, Before It's News 
L&D Show 2014: Experts share five key ways to build trust, CIPD.
HR must strike balance between ‘gut feel’ and process around trust, says expert, HR Magazine
University of Bath win British Universities Rugby Sevens Championship for first time, Bath Chronicle (Also on Ur7s)
Olympic bobsleigh driver John Jackson among Team Bath Athlete of the Month winners, Bath Chronicle

1 May
Time Higher Education 100 Under 50 universities, Times
UK universities face increasing competition from Asia, Telegraph (See also Stornoway Gazette)
Ford announces new advanced engine technology project, Engine Technology International
Student Simon Nott races to Corsham St George’s 10k victory, Bath Chronicle

30 April
Professor Paul Salkovskis from our Department of Psychology talked about agoraphobia on 5Live at 10am today.
Fitton set for World Cup debut, Leigh Journal
Bath Sports Personality Award To Be Revealed, NOW Bath

29 April
Dr Ruth Massey from our Department of Biology and Biochemistry talks to Saturday Surgery's Dr Phil Hammond about her MRSA research, BBC Radio Bristol
Perovskite power lights up solar energy market, PhysOrg (Also on Laboratory Equipment, Solar International)
Human and straight-talking leaders are the key to solving trust crisis, according to new research by the CIPD and University of Bath, Onrec (Also on Ashdown Group)
Businessman Brian Roper and his wife Margaret given Freedom of Bath for charity work, SouthWest Business

28 April
Bath University reveals plans for psychology and engineering extension, Western Daily Press
New buildings planned in £153m University of Bath development, Bath Chronicle

25 April
Vince Cable launches project on low CO2 engines, AM-Online 
HR has crucial role to play in building trust, says CIPD, HR Magazine
Architectural Association students build woodland shelter with a twisting lattice roof, Dezeen Design Magazine

24 April
E-cigarettes: no smoke without fear, FT
Genome Sequencing of MRSA Infection Predicts Disease Severity, Labmedica
HR needs to help develop trustworthy leaders, says CIPD, HR Review (See also Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development)
Swimming: Golding celebrates Great Britain selection, Evesham Observer 
Odisha team bags Tata International Crucible Quiz, Business Standard 
Vince Cable launches advanced engine project at Ford Dunton, DPA Magazine (See also Bodyshop and Automotive World)
Callaghan on target for Glasgow 2014, British Universities & Colleges Sport 

23 April
Bath researcher scoops top neutron scattering prize, Wired-Gov 
Formation of a Polarised Primitive Endoderm Layer in Embryoid Bodies Requires Fgfr/Erk Signalling, Plos One

17 April
Can period pain make you stupid - Female First
City workshop discusses ways to eradicate extreme poverty - The Financial Express
Bath businessman hopes new trade links benefit Bath and Bethlehem - South West Business
Testing Times for Team Felt Cycling Plus - Cycling Plus
Married women don’t want to work Independent online
Pensions minister Steve Webb has transformed the way we retire - Thisismoney.co.uk and Mail on Sunday

16 April
Dr Ed Keogh, Department of Psychology, appeared on last night’s C4 ‘Embarrassing Bodies – Live from the Clinic’ discussing and demonstrating how men and women experience pain differently– C4 (video to follow)
Period Pain Reduces Attention Span, Job Performance – Medical Daily (also international coverage in Sante.nl & Adevarul.ro)
MRSA genome sequencing leads to better understanding of disease severity – Vaccine News
Why aren't Chinese students at UK universities getting top degrees? – Guardian

15 April
Period pain: It really can make women perform worse in their jobs Telegraph (also see Mail on Sunday, MailOnline, Bath Chronicle). Research casts spotlight on equine knee cartilage Horsetalk

14 April
Is there an optimum style for running the marathon? Dr Polly McGuigan in the Conversation (also see the Epoch Times)
LBC Interview on London Marathon Dr Polly McGuigan (also media interviews for Heart FM and BBC Bristol on the London Marathon for Dr Polly McGuigan and Professor Simone Fullagar)
Revealed: how Big Pharma funds trials for the drugs you are prescribed (feat. Professor David Miller), Herald Scotland (also see Independence of drug panels is vital, Herald Scotland)
Death Isn’t Taboo, We’re Just Not Encouraged To Talk About It Dr John Troyer in Live Science
New technique using DNA data could help doctors treat MRSA Medical News Today
National Science Week for University of Bath PhD researcher Bath Chronicle
Bath University student Jonathan Higginson steps out on Marathon des Sables Bath Chronicle

11 April
Death isn’t taboo, we’re just not encouraged to talk about it (By Dr John Troyer), The Conversation
Predicting MRSA Toxicity, The Scientist (See also Red Orbit, Bloggero Science News, Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News and Medical News Today)

10 April
Explainer: how big tobacco turns profits (Written by Dr Gary Fooks) The Conversation
Experience the Discovery Dome at Chedworth Roman Villa this Easter, Wilts and Glos Standard
Genome sequencing of MRSA infection predicts disease severity, The Cambodia Herald (See also Science Business , World News  and others)
New method for monitoring drug delivery through skin, World News

9 April
2014 Shin Research Excellence Award Winners Announced, Insurance Broadcasting
Torotrak wins £200,000 funding for V-Charge project, World News 

8 April
Dr Nick Startin from POLIS discusses the recent EU debates and the relative performances of Nigel Farage and Nick Clegg, BBC Radio Wiltshire
Debates showed rationality can’t win the EU membership fight, The Conversation (Written by Dr Startin)
Samsung researchers develop new process to synthesise graphene, Computer Business Review
Skin scan offers new insight into drug transport, PJ Online 
WPD completes Network Templates project, Energy Business Review
Boneshaker shows loose hip joint, Hospital Health Care 

7 April
Meet the wonder material that could make your next phone super thin with internet that’s 100x faster, Malaysian Digest (See also iPhone Hacks, Yahoo! Finance, The Times Of India , Money and Markets and others)
University of Bath scientists countdown to blind discovery, Bath Chronicle
University of Bath App Crunch contest winners jet off to Silicon Valley, Bath Chronicle
Cousin of Earth’s First Apex Predator, Oman Observer
£12.2m investment in 15 creative engineering research projects, Hospital Health Care
Eastenders funeral director is sign of the times, AOL Money UK
SETsquared companies wow at Pitch @ Palace, BigNews.biz
England Students name development squad to face Wales, Rugby Football Union

4 April
Letters to the editor: Full employment is not realistic, London Evening Standard
New Centre for Doctoral Training for condensed matter physics, Green Technology
Research collaboration with GSK to improve drug manufacturing, World News
Large ocean predators evolved into gentle giants 520 million years ago, Wildlife Extra 
App team off to Silicon Valley, TMCnet.com
Dr Nicholas Startin from the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies talks about the importance of TV debates to the European elections, BBC Wiltshire

3 April
Clegg and Farage to rematch on EU membership, The Conversation
The hidden cost of cuts to Bath's Citizens' Advice Bureau Bath Chronicle
Scrum laws supported by camera evidence, IMVEurope
Early arthopods evolved into filter feeders, Lab News
Dr Susan Milner interviewed  about a new report on the value of the Citizens' Advice Bureau [from 02:08:20- 02:14:30] and a second feature on the research [from 01:07:32-01:13:22] BBC Radio Bristol
Dr Philippe Blondel was interviewed by BBC Radio Somerset and BBC Radio Bristol about the use of acoustic remote sensing and sonar technology to locate the missing Malaysian plane (see tomorrow’s Uni Update for more)

2 April
Clegg and Farage due for rematch on EU membership, (by Dr Susan Milner, POLIS) The Conversation
Search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight could take weeks or even months, says Bath Uni sonar expert, Bath Chronicle
Student union officers – more 'representatives' than activists, The Guardian
Bath Science Café: Engines for the future – very lean, but still mean, World News 
New Centre for Doctoral Training for condensed matter physics, World News 
Huge boost as new Mathematics CDT announced,   World News 

1 April
Congenitally blind visualise numbers back to front, Wired.co.uk
Finding The Sweet Spot -- Finding A Route To UK Public Sector Sales, Forbes.com
Five hyped technologies: disruptive or not?, PC Pro
George Osborne announces 22 new Centres for Doctoral Training, Alpha Galileo
Fingers fractured by undoing bras. Blood clots from making the bed. An extraordinary A to Z of bizarre health problems that are more common than you might think, Mail On Sunday

31 March
Tobacco firms hype smuggling fears to avoid plain packaging, finds study, Guardian
Plain packaging: Big Tobacco prepares for ‘bare-knuckle fight’ over ban, The Independent 
Glossy new London’s Olympic legacy is letting down women, The Conversation
West opted for Russia sanctions due to lack of any other policy, The Conversation
Prehistoric shrimps traded claws for nets, filtering food like modern whales, ZME Science Blog
Food giants target children with addictive ‘advergames’, The Independent 
Comment: West's Russia sanctions due to lack of alternative policy | SBS News, Special Broadcasting Service
Congenitally blind visualise numbers opposite way to sighted, Health Canal
Health warning call on 'advergames', Talk Talk 
How bitcoins could help save the environment, Eco Seed
Sea Readings, The Royal West of England Academy, Arts Jobs & Arts News 
RIP Britannia: Britons can’t afford to die, Unity.lv (See also RT)
Government boosts PhD training, Electronics Weekly
Business incubators 'becoming sausage factories', EN for Business (See also Technoworldinc.com)
3/30/14 - Big Pharma's links to doctors, Pharmacy Choice
University of Bath stages free lectures, Bath Chronicle
21 Beautiful Universities In The UK Where You Can Get Married, BuzzFeed
Medtronic : Global medical company pay bill for parliament committee's refreshments, 4-Traders
Scots swimmer Michael Jamieson promises to do the moonwalk if he lands Commonwealth Games gold, Daily Record 

28 March
Cousin of Earth's first apex predator, IOL - Independent Online (See also Before It's News, United Press International, Times Live, Examiner.com, Headlines & Global News and The Chicago Tribune)
Professor Anna Gimore spoke about the plain packaging of cigarettes, BBC Politics Show
Dr John Troyer from the Centre for Death & Society about grief when there is no body to grieve, BBC Scotland
Faraday Discussions Award Symposium – University College London, February 2014, RSC Publishing Blogs 
Step inside the villa and be whisked back in history, TMCnet.com 
Paralympian swimmer Kate Grey tells her story at Bournemouth University, Bournemouth Echo 
Students Complete Impressive Tennis Hat-Trick, Now Bath
Bath Taps into Science . . . it's electrifying, Bath Chronicle

27 March
The 520-million-year-old gentle giant: Fossil reveals bizarre new species of whale ancestor that filtered plankton, Mail (See also Yahoo! News, International Business Time, Firstpost.com , Reuters)
Dr Denise Taylor from our Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology talks about her research into dementia, BBC Radio Bristol
Professor Paul Salkovskis from our Department of Psychology talks about hoarding, BBC Radio Somerset
Professor Chris James from our Department of Education talks about Oldfield School governance, BBC Bristol
Dr Susan Milner from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies talks about the Nick Clegg vs Nigel Farage debate, LBC
Food Allergy Research: Eating Out Behaviours, Caterer, Licensee & Hotelier News
AEUK Sponsors Submarine Race Team, Seadiscovery.com (See also Marine Link)
Bath Taps into Science 2014, World News

26 March
Professor Andrew Graves from our School of Management talks about the proposed job cuts at Honda's Swindon plant, BBC Wiltshire (See also BBC 1 West)
Dr Zelda Ulucanlar from our Department for Health talks about the tobacco industry, BBC Bristol
UK universities delegates visit Chile for closer education and scientific research links, MercoPress 
‘Fast Exercise’ Doctor Claims 20-Second Workout Helps Lose Weight, Improves Insulin Sensitivity, Medical Daily (See also ABC News Blogs)
Obamanomics in Action: US Labor Participation Rate Falls Behind Great Britain for First Time in 36 Years, The Gateway Pundit 
Biased sex ratios predict more 'divorce' in birds, China.org.cn
Cuddling meerkats and smooching snails: Love is in the air in the animal kingdom, Express.co.uk 

25 March
Tobacco Firms Step Up Fight Against Cigarette Smuggling, The Wall Street Journal
US loses edge as employment powerhouse, Financial Times
Bath researchers attack tobacco industry in cigarette packaging row, Bath Chronicle
Bath University teams with NI to study rugby scrum forces, Electronics Weekly
Bath: Hacked 2014 event challenged top creative minds to tackle economic, business and everyday issues in the city, South West Business.co.uk
Biased sex ratios predict more promiscuity, polygamy and divorce in birds, Bright Surf  (See also Health, Medical, and Science Updates)
Solartron Analytical Designs ModuLab DSSC to Meet the Needs of Photovoltaic Researchers, Technology News
Discovery dome helps visitors go back in time, Technology News
University of Bath judo duo Gary Hall and Megan Fletcher win medals in Buenos Aires, Bath Chronicle

24 March
Exeter homes take part in mass energy study, World News 
Faraday Discussion 177: Temporally and Spatially Resolved Molecular Science, RSC Publishing Blogs
100,000 sq ft development proposed by University of Bath, Insider Media
Making waves in water research, World News
New guidance for manufacturers on managing allergens, Food Manufacturer (See also New Food Magazine)
Marks and Spencer : 'I love diving into Indian cuisine', 4-Traders 

20 March
Budget 2014: experts respond, The Conversation
Budget 2014: Smokers to cough up for above-inflation duty rise, FT
Student Apps Crunch winners get set for Silicon Valley, World News
Food allergy research: eating out behaviours, Food Standards Agency 
Building the Future, Institution of Civil Engineers - ICE
Chronic pain: can treatment over the Internet help?, TMCnet.com (Also on Medical Xpress 
Growing appetite for university-industry collaborations, The Timeshighereducation.co.uk

19 March
Hard Evidence: are young people’s job prospects improving? Professor Paul Gregg in The Conversation
Dr Richard Fairchild from our School of Management gave an overview of the Budget on BBC Radio Bristol (No link)
Debate highlights complex future of shale gas exploration by fracking, World News
Bath Uni's Sochi golden girl at Downing Street, ITV.com
Lord Lawson Live-streamed, World News
England and Wales captains ready for Cardiff clash, Football Association

18 March
Dr Sarah Bailey & Prof Roland Jones from our Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology talks about their neuroscience research and the Art of the Brain exhibition to the Saturday Surgery, BBC Radio Bristol's
Dr David Moon from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies spoke about the Scottish referendum, and Dr Denise Taylor from our Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology spoke about dementia research on BBC Radio Bristol today. Links to follow.
Redefining the epigenome, BioMed Central blogs 
Social housing tenants join pioneering energy study, 24Dash.com
Research at Bath led to Six Nations rugby law change, Electronics Weekly

17 March
Dr David Moon from the University's Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies, discusses the impact Tony Benn had on the Labour Party and on British politics in general, BBC Wiltshire
Recent research at the University looking at recycling heat from industry featured on BBC Cambridgeshire
Exeter families take part in mass energy study, Express and Echo
Review calls for major reform of minimum wage, The University of York 
Enormous opportunities for researchers under Horizon 2020, World News
When Water Flows Uphill: A Look at the Leidenfrost Effect [Video], Geeks Are Sexy 
Kelly Gallagher: 'Skiing became everything after…, Sw1a.net
BOBSLEIGH: N-ice one, Anna, This is Wiltshire.co.uk

14 March
Dr Sarah Bailey from our Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology talks about her research on depression, and how brain researchers have been working with a local artist to produce The Art of the Brain exhibition, BBC Radio Bristol. Dr Bailey also spoke on BBC Somerset (Listen from 1hr 40min 14sec) and BBC Wiltshire.
Dr Matt Dickson from our Department Social & Policy Sciences talks to BBC Radio Bristol about the impact of changing the school leaving age in 1972 from 15 to 16 on women's lives in terms of employment, fertility and prospects, BBC Radio Bristol
Burnham student hitching a ride for charity, Burnham Advertiser
MIT's super-speedy robot fish makes flashy escape, Crave – CNET
FutureLearn teams up with ACCA to provide free online courses for professional recognition, Association Of Chartered Certified Accountants

13 March
Dr Ruth Massey from our Department of Biology and Biochemistry talks about the risk of septicaemia for nail biters, BBC Radio 2 (Listen from 40.00) and BBC Radio Manchester (Listen from 1.23.00)
Call for tax hike on cigarettes, Craven Herald & Pioneer
International MBA Jobs: The UK's Border Is Open For Business, Business Because
Civil engineering postgrad wins prize for oral presentation, World News
School pupils inspired by engineering research showcase, World News
Beer better after a workout, iAfrica.com

12 March
Call for tax hike on cigarettes, Talk Talk
Bath chemist takes her science to Parliament, World News 
Research examines economics of climate change adaptation, World News
A wonderful wood winner, World Architecture News
How visually impaired paralympian Kelly Gallagher skied to a Gold medal, Bath Chronicle
Siblings aiming to make aerials impact, This is Wiltshire.co.uk 

11 March
Skier Kelly becomes Britain’s first Winter Paralympics winner – despite being almost blind Metro and Bath Chronicle
Tough love & recovery: how tough is too tough? Addiction Today
Conferring good oral bioavailability of tubulin-disrupting cancer drugs Medical Xpress and The Medical News, Bionity.com
Toca Boca glory: game apps children love – even though they can't win The Guardian

10 March
Professor Chris James (Education) about the accountability of Academies – BBC Points West
Kirsty Gallagher, Sochi success and skiing with visual impairments (interview with Dr Michael Proulx, Psychology) – BBC Bristol and syndicated for most local BBC Radio Stations over the weekend.
Developments in Ukraine & Crimea Professor David Galbreath – Many local BBC stations inc. BBC Gloucestershire, BBC Wiltshire, BBC Somerset, + LBC Live. Also hear earlier interview on the subject with BBC Bristol.
Socio-economic fallout in Ukraine Dr Gregory Schwartz (School of Management) – LBC
Professor Pete Walker (Architecture) on the Bauhaus Project - BBC Bristol (as part of the recent ‘Up your Street’ programme, broadcast live from campus)
Professor Mike Threadgill (Pharmacy & Pharmacology) on research into prostate cancer – BBC Bristol (as part of recent ‘Up your Street’ programme)
University Chaplain Angela Berners-Wilson about the work of the Chaplaincy – BBC Bristol (as part of the recent ‘Up Your Street’)
HR Manager Michael Painting about conducting the University Chamber Choir – BBC Bristol (as part of the recent ‘Up Your Street’)
Isabella Stefanutti, Course Director of the Foreign Languages Centre – BBC Bristol (as part of ‘Up Your Street’)

Print & Online:
Choosing sport is not easy for women in a society obsessed with body image – The Conversation (by Professor Simone Fullagar, Dept of Education)
Body image issues keeping women from sport – SBS Australia (also see AllVoices.com)
British Council holds Researchers’ Links Workshop in city (re. IPR partnership) – Independent
Recycling heat from industry could reduce carbon emissions – Phys.org
Spectroscopy Science: Did You Really Buy A Priceless Work Of Art? – Science 2.0
Human Powered Subs – Sea Discovery.com
Help researchers understand general practice exodus - BMA
Bradford on Avon fair centres on the scientific – Wiltshire Times

7 March
Physicists uncover secrets hidden beneath the surface of great works of art, Phys.Org (See also Product Design & Development and Bright Surf )
University of Bath students shown how to make the most of leftovers,  Bath Chronicle
Children from Bradford on Avon don lab coats for science fair, This is Wiltshire.co.uk

6 March
Understanding the role of clinical evidence within healthcare, World News 
Government aims to join up UK tech clusters, Techworld

5 March
Will It Stay or Will It Go Now?, EDC Magazine
Water shortages likely to affect UK food security, Water Active 
BRE Academy launched to boost sustainable building skills, Building 4 Change 
Why the precariat is not a “bogus concept”, Open Democracy 
Six projects for the Internet of Things, Design Week

4 March
Antibody search engine spins out from University of Bath in UK, BioPortfolio
Lizzy Yarnold launches search for British Skeleton stars of 2022, Bath Chronicle

3 March
Call for probe into health forum link to Big Pharma, Herald Scotland 
A new spin on enzymatic reactions, Chemical Engineering
A Twist of Fate, The Scientist
Give offenders with mental disorders more say in care plans, argues new report, Health Canal
British expert holds master class on finance in Tashkent, CA-News.org
Watford boxer Charlie Hudson claims gold at BUCS Gatorade Nationals, Watford Observer

28 February
World's largest antibody search engine, Nanowerk
Inside View: Admiral Insurance, Business Because
Believe it or not, Britain's biggest problem is a water shortage, AllVoices 
China set to lead Bioscience market, Scientific Computing
Live Superleague Netball Team Bath v Celtic Dragons, Radio Times

27 February
Bath to welcome Colombian PhD students, Times Higher Education
Sports and social science research boosted by arrival of Professor Fullagar, Noodl
Bioscience Research: China to Overtake U.S. by 2020, Pharma Exec Blog
If we can connect and inspire people, job done', says Team GB's sole gold medal winner in Sochi Lizzy Yarnold, The Independent

26 February
Professor David Galbreath discusses the situation in Ukraine, BBC Bristol
Secrets of a successful marriage, Money Week
Winter Olympics hero Lizzy Yarnold settles in to her new life as a superstar, The Independent
Seeing the wood for the trees, World Architecture News
Is the EU ready for Ukraine membership?, Eur Activ
Willis leads golden BUCS hat-trick for University of Bath, bath Chronicle

25 February
Side-effects could be all in the mind, Independent Online (Mail on Sunday)
IChemE publishes medals roll of honour, IChemE 
£1.5M community research project to reignite energy debate, Investing & Stock Research - Businessweek

24 February
University admissions: Top 12 most competitive universities, Telegraph
University of Bath students determined to make abbey a hot spot, Bath Chronicle
Environmentalists Caught In NSA Spy Web, Sustainable Business
How to build trust in organisations, HR Magazine
Students get the city juggling at the University of Bath Upchuck event, Bath Chronicle
Bath's Lizzy Yarnold to carry flag at Closing Ceremony, ITV.com
Pozzi back in groove as Poland beckons, Kidderminster Shuttle
Hay defends his British Universities title, Somerset County Gazette

21 February
Bath helps to make solar cells more sustainable, Electronics Weekly 
UK food security faces 'real threat' from international water shortages, Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
University offers free sustainable development course for businesses, Bullfax.com 
Have the British forgotten how to grieve?, Telegraph.co.uk 

20 February
Professor Richie Gill from our Department of Mechanical Engineering appeared on Secrets of Bones, BBC4 (Watch from 8.22)
New research to make solar cells more sustainable, Phys.Org (See also Smart Grid)
Robots of death, robots of love: The reality of android soldiers and why laws for robots are doomed to failure, TechRepublic
Alternative choice: Student life isn't just studying, New Scientist

19 February
The bony secrets behind marvels of animal world, BBC News
University of Bath antibodies news, BioCentury

18 February
Professor James Davenport from our Department of Computer Science gave a presentation and was interviewed onTv Líceum, Hungary.
Professor Andrew Graves from our School of Management talks about the increases to production at the Swindon BMW plant, BBC Wiltshire (Listen from 2:11:00) Professor Giuseppe Fontana, Visiting Academic Researcher at our Department of Economics, discusses the current political and economic situation in Italy, BBC World Service
The UK's most competitive universities
, The Standard
£250,000 funding boost for University of Bath, Insider Media Limited Smoking is back on TV for first time in 20 years, Telegraph.co.uk 
Big Tobacco offers ‘pure satisfaction’ in its return to TV, The Independent
Tobacco firms’ ‘weak evidence’, The Times of Malta 
University students warm up Bath Abbey restoration project, Building 4 Change
Lanivet's Jack Eddy to tackle charity drive to the wilds of Mongolia, This is Cornwall
Couples where mothers earn more are no more likely to split up, Sw1a.net (See also AllVoices

17 February
Britain's young athletes celebrate Yarnold's Sochi gold, ITV.com 
Great Britain's Lizzy Yarnold is a worthy skeleton champion at Sochi Winter Olympics, Telegraph
Lizzy Yarnold wins skeleton gold in Sochi: From boot camp to glory, how to make a Winter Olympics champion, Telegraph
Golden Valentine's Day for Yarnold, Craven Herald & Pioneer (Also from other sources)
Golden Yarnold weeps tears of joy, Craven Herald & Pioneer (Also from other sources)
Lizzy Yarnold: Why do Britain do so well at skeleton?, BBC Sport 
Tobacco firms' evidence condemned, Bridlington Free Press 
Tobacco company ads back on UK TV after 20 years, Financial Times
Science Busking at the Roman Baths, BBC - Things To Do
Penn Medicine takes on antibiotic resistance risk in health IT collaboration, MedCity News
Does equality kill sex? The Guardian
Bushey Amateur Boxing Club’s Charlie Hudson through to British University Novice Championships finals, Watford Observer

14 February
Bath's Lizzy Yarnold going for gold at Sochi today, ITV.com (See also Express)
Tobacco firms' evidence condemned, Craven Herald & Pioneer
Would plain cigarette packages deter people from starting smoking? Express & Star
Team Bath Head Coach Jess Thirlby looks ahead to the start of the ZEO Netball Superleague, Sky Sports

13 February
Doctors dismiss tobacco industry evidence on plain packaging as 'irrelevant' , Independent (See also Tobacco China, Lancaster Guardian, Herald Scotland) Antibody search engine spins out from University of Bath, Green Technology (See also Pharmi Web.com )
UK targets research funds at sustainable manufacturing materials, EE Times Europe
The Duke of York Visits Bristol Robotics Laboratory, AZoRobotics 
Emotional day for Amy Williams as she passes on title, ITV
Winter Olympics 2014: Lizzy Yarnold four minutes from realising golden ambition in the skeleton, Independent (See also Guardian)

12 February
World's largest antibody search engine spins out from University of Bath, Lab Online
Molecular profiles hosts bioavailability event, Contract Pharma
Royal support for SETsquared centre, CNN iReport 
Yarnold in stunning form in Sochi training, Women Sport Repor
Yarnold stays at the top in training runs, Western Daily Press

11 February
Dr Alistair Hunt from the Department of Economics discusses the economic impact of the floods,  ITV News West Country
Otley student Robert's 16,000-mile Mongolian adventure, Mongolian Economy and Finance
How to Splurge and Stay Healthy, DrWeil.com

10 February
Goa Polytechnic project up for UK funding, The Times Of India 
UK Researchers Develop New Enzyme Reactor Technology, China Chemical Reporter
The 2014 Tissue Engineering Congress, The Ohio State College of Medicine
How long should you be sitting every day? Care2
BOBSLEIGH: Abi and Anna aiming to keep ambitions on track, This is Wiltshire.co.uk

7 February
Professor David Galbreath discusses the anti-terrorism measures and the relaxing of rules around carrying liquids on aircraft, BBC Radio Wiltshire
Professor Mike Threadgill talks about his research aimed at treating advanced prostate cancer, BBC Radio Bristol
Professor Pete Walker speaks to 'Right up your street' about his research into low carbon straw bale building, BBC Radio Bristol's
Laura De Pian talks about her critical take on obesity, Voice of Russia UK
Will Banning Cheap Alcohol Solve UK's Binge Drinking Problem? International Business Times UK
Footdown wins £180k to team up with University of Bath on £340k business project, South West Business
Blowing smoke in Africa: big tobacco and child smokers, Blue & Green Tomorrow
Skeleton: how to hurtle down an ice-track on a 'tea tray', Guardian
Skeleton star Dom Parsons delighted to join Bath Olympian ranks, Bath Chronicle
Team Bath v Manchester Thunder, Radio Times

6 February
Fly me to the moon - free course offers lunar treat for space enthusiasts, Investing & Stock Research – Businessweek
Cintec announces new anchor technology, South Wales Argus
Overweight men needed for University exercise study, Bath Chronicle

5 February
Professor David Galbreath talks about changes to airline security measures, BBC Radio Wiltshire (Listen from 02:08:29 to 02:15:46)

4 February
Elsevier opens its papers to text-mining, Nature Publishing Group
University teams from 3 continents to race human powered submarines in UK-based races, The Imarest
Lizzy Yarnold throws herself headfirst into Sochi gold rush, Independent
Lizzy Yarnold: 'It is a little crazy but I love it – I'm in control', Guardian

3 February
Roger and Sue Whorrod discuss their philanthropic support of the University, BBC Radio Bristol (Listen from 02:14:23)
Researchers develop new enzyme reactor technology, PhysOrg
U.K. funding for Goa polytechnic project, The Hindu
University teams from 3 continents to race human powered submarines in UK based races, BymNews
Telegraph team tackle bobsleigh run, Telegraph
Three tricks to thinking less and feeling better, Women’s Health
Team Bath make winning start to title defence, Sky Sports
Adam ready to pack down for U20s, Gazette & Herald

30 January
Dr. Aurelien Mondon discusses French politics, Voice of Russia
Dr Michael Proulx discusses his work on a range of high-tech devices to help blind people, BBC Radio Bristol
Blowing Smoke in Africa: Big Tobacco and Child Smokers, Think Africa Press [also africatmcnet.com & allafrica.com]
MEPs: Cigarette smuggling remains a major problem, New Europe [also European Public Health Alliance]
Over 65s wanted for health study into impact of ageing on muscles, Health Canal
Maths taster at university, Frome Standard, Frome Standard
55% of Social Fund Funeral Payments fall short, Funeral Service Times
Facing up to the arable input challenges, Farmers Guide
Netball Superleague: Team Bath welcome title expectations, BBC Sport

29 January
Cigarette smuggling: experts urge MEPs to confront tobacco industry, europa-nu.nl (also tobaccochina.com, marketpress.info & noodls.com)
Lotus boss: 'The recovery has begun', autocar.co.uk
Spend more than five hours a day sitting in front of a screen or a book increases by 34% the risk of heart failure, fr.news.yahoo.com
Superleague: Team Bath bring in Olivia Murphy as coach, BBC Sport (also The Bath Chronicle)
Sochi 2014: Amy Williams on her sporting life, BBC Sport
Yarnold heads to Sochi as gold medal favourite, itv.com
University of Bath duo Freddie Clarke and Adam Jamieson help England Students beat Portugal, The Bath Chronicle

28 January
Professor Pete Walker talks to BBC Radio Bristol about the Balehaus, [Broadcast Saturday 25 January, 02:43:06-02:48:01]
Church of England to Offer Cut-Price Funerals due to Burial Space Shortage, International Business Times UK, (also in money.aol.co.uk)
South West appointments round-up, Insider Media Limited
Speakers Selected for 2014 NRMCA Conference, landscapeonline.com
The Business School Building Boom: How Do MBAs Rate Their Facilities?, Business Because
US Schools Top 2014 MBA Rankings - But Global MBA Pay Doubles, Business Because
Council For Responsible Sport Updates Certification Standards For 2014, Endurance Sportswire
Keeping things complex can improve brain power, study suggests, Optimist World

27 January
Professor Mike Threadgill talks to BBC Radio Bristol's Saturday Surgery about his prostate cancer drug development research, [01:05:31-01:13:55], BBC Radio Bristol
Professor Alison Walker discusses latest developments with solar technologies, BBC Bristol
Why the cost of dying is rising so fast, telegraph.co.uk

24 January
Poor people are too poor to die: study, Yahoo!7 Finance (Also in The West Australian & carehome.co.uk)
Structures of complexes of a metal-independent glycosyltransferase GT6 from Bacteroides ovatus with UDP-GalNAc and its hydrolysis products, The Journal of Biological Chemistry
What to do this weekend: January 24, Country Life
Bruce going for Winter Olympics glory, Western Telegraph
Six Welsh swimmers included in Great Britain squad for Belgium test, WalesOnline
Four GB Sliders ready to take on Sochi 2014, Boxscore News
Bath graduate Kelly Gallagher named in Sochi 2014 Paralympics, Bath Chronicle
West Buckland School’s Christina Brend to join Team Bath Futures, North Devon Journal
Young tennis professionals chase sporting dream, BBC News – Business

23 January
Op-Ed: ‘Dying too expensive for poor’ — UK report, Digital Journal (Also in Care Home)
Young Bath engineer shortlisted for top prize alongside Sir James Dyson, London: The News
Researchers explore the effect of headaches on everyday life, Health Canal
Young Ambassadors work with Olympians, Chew Valley School 
West athletes named in Winter Olympics squad, ITV.com
Bath Based Athletes Selected For Winter Olympics
, Heart

22 January
Dr Kate Woodthorpe tells the Today programme funeral costs are "a postcode lottery", BBC
Cost of living? What about the cost of being dead? Guardian (Press TV, Independent and others)
GW4 Alliance launches NERC GW4+ Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) to train next generation of environmental scientists, press Zoom
€2M grant for lens-free metastatic cancer cell imager, Optics.org
France's European spleen, OpenDemocracy
University gets greener in UI global ranking, The Times of India
University of Bath duo Freddie Clarke and Adam Jamieson selected for England Students squad, Bath Chronicle

21 January
Paupers’ funerals making comeback as families exploit loophole to save funeral costs, Telegraph (See also The Guardian, The Times, The Mirror, The Daily Mail, Bath Chronicle, The Standard, ITV, Western Daily Press, and Belfast Telegraph)
Professor Alison Walker talks about new generation solar power, BBC Somerset (Also on Inside Out West watch from 26mins)  
Lasers cut way to stars, BBC

21 January
New research offers alternative to daily injections for diabetics, Health Canal
"Sochi would be the culmination of all our hard work," says skier Kelly Gallagher, Bath Chronicle
Lizzy Yarnold claims another Skeleton World Cup gold in Igls, Austria, Bath Chronicle

18 January
New research offers alternative to daily injections for diabetics, Health Canal
"Sochi would be the culmination of all our hard work," says skier Kelly Gallagher, Bath Chronicle
Lizzy Yarnold claims another Skeleton World Cup gold in Igls, Austria, Bath Chronicle

17 January
Professor Andrew Graves talks about the car industry, BBC Bristol
Dr James Bilzon talks about exercising in extreme weather, BBC Wiltshire
University of Bath to host Europe’s top modern pentathletes in 2015, Inside the Games (See also UK Sport)
All hands on deck, The Economist
Premise envy, The Economist
New research offers alternative to daily injections for diabetics, Medical Xpress
Founder of new business Entrelancer uses Bristol and Bath support to grow and target entrepreneurs, South West Business.co.uk

16 January
University of Bath study into importance of bond between mother and baby, Bath Chronicle

15 January
Dr David Wainwright speaks to the Business Daily about stress in the workplace, BBC World Service
Double World Cup gold for Paralympic skier Kelly Gallagher, Bath Chronicle

14 January
Tobacco Control Bill - the challenge before Nigerian lawmakers, Delayed Quotes – CBOE
School governors 'should be more business-like', BBC News
Could just two minutes of exercise a day change your life? Bath Chronicle
Emerging opportunities provide a launchpad for the UK's space sector, New Electronics 
Can exercising for just 60 seconds a week transform your health?  Mail
Effects of endogenous anticancer oestrogen metabolite on biological activity, Medical Xpress
Girl gets pals to run in memory of meningitis victim Georgia Tait, This is Local London

13 January
A study on the behavior of drivers overtaking bicyclists…  Before It's News
Magnetic Levitation Explained In Incredible Slow Motion (VIDEO), The Huffington Post
Jordan Henderson shrugs off claims from Sir Alex Ferguson about his running style, Mail Online 
Venturefest Bristol award for Bath student founders of sporting buddies business Spuddy, South West Business.co.uk
Bristol and Bath's leading tech startups, The Guardian 
IBERS to Play a Major Role in Industrial Biotechnology Project, Labmate Online

10 January
Bounce back from your holiday splurge, Yahoo! Health
No peeking…, El Salvador – Economist
Oxford Instruments shares expertise with Nanotechnology researchers in India, Environmental Expert.com 
University of Bath to host young ambassadors conference, Bath Chronicle

9 January
David Miller and Claire Harkins: Can the influence of the alcohol industry be curtailed?, BMJ
A doctrine of doctors, Royal Society Of Chemistry 
Goal setting, support from others are keys to successful New Year's resolutions, Examiner.com
Stars of Building Science probe future cities, Building 4 Change

8 January
Can seaweed make better solar cells?, Architect Magazine 
Oxford Instruments shares expertise with nanotechnology researchers in India, Solid State Technology (See also Semiconductor Today and AZoNano)
Bath University business graduates launch Our Honest Food, South West Business.co.uk 
Should bike helmets remain mandatory in B.C.? Straight.com
3 tips to keep your resolutions, Yahoo! News 

7 January
Cancer drug developed at University of Bath begins trials, The Almagest
Bath University helps met office forecast space weather, The Breeze
British modern pentathlete Weale retires after more than a decade in the sport, Inside the Game
ParalympicsGB Potentials Camp provides foundations for Paralympic hopefuls, British Paralympics Association

6 January
Dr Caggiano talks to Saturday Surgery about the anti-cancer properties of daffodils and the latest research into new cancer treatments, BBC Radio Bristol
Bath university graduates team up to launch snack business Our Honest Food, Bath Chronicle
The road to Rio makes Bath diversion as ParalympicsGB stages first Potentials Camp, Bath Chronicle

3 January
Turning robots into surrogates for homebound senior citizens, Washington Post
Human interaction with robots, Euro Graduate Live
Medical Matters: Give your body a break by adding a little exercise to your daily routine, Irish Times
Molecular Profiles joins consortium to drive pediatric formulation development, CenterWatch
Bath University to help forecast space weather, Now Bath
£1 billion enterprise area will catapult Bath's business and economy forward, South West Business.co.uk 

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