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Professor Carole Mundell’s (Department of Physics) guide on this morning’s solar eclipse featured on BBC Radio Bristol (listen from 1 hour, 35 minutes onwards) and Bath Chronicle.
Dr Darrell Patterson and Dr Davide Mattia (Department of Chemical Engineering) have appeared on Water and Wastewater Treatment after being awarded a £1m grant to research and develop the next generation of ‘immortal membranes’.
Dr Alistair Hunt’s (Department of Economics) climate change research has appeared on Blue & Green Tomorrow.
On Greening features Professor Pete Walker’s (Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering) straw housing research.
Simon J Smith (PoLIS) spoke about renewing Trident on The Conversation.
Dr Giovanni Pesce (Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering) featured in the Times Higher Education round-up of 15 pictures of amazing science for his image of the cell structure of bamboo.
Following yesterday’s coverage of more than £40,000 being donated in memory of Sir Terry Pratchett to The Research Institute for the Care of Older People, a registered charity which was established in collaboration with the University, The Garstang Courier, Southern Daily Echo and Eversham Journal have covered the story.
Dr Makoto Furutani-Seiki’s (Department of Biology and Biochemistry) gene research explaining why we don’t look like lizards has appeared on BT (UK), (Australia), Geelong Advertiser (Australia),  Optus Zoo (Australia), The Art of Service (US) and Special Broadcasting Service (Australia).
Mais Sweiss’ (Department of Biology and Biochemistry) algae research featured in Algae Industry Magazine (US).
Dr Chris Chuck’s (Department of Chemical Engineering) coffee shop research featured on Civil Eats (US).
Professor Rob Briner (School of Management) was quoted about HR management on PW DeGids (Netherlands).

19 Mar

Dr Makoto Furutani-Seiki’s (Department of Biology and Biochemistry) gene research has appeared on Yahoo News.
Leading astrophysicist Professor Carole Mundell (Department of Physics) has been employed by the University, as reported by Bath Chronicle.
The University finished ‘Runner Up’ in the Research Impact category of The Guardian university awards 2015.
BBC News, the Daily Mail, the Daily Mirror, and the Irish Mirror, have reported how more than £40,000 has been donated in memory of Bath honorand Sir Terry Pratchett to The Research Institute for the Care of Older People, a registered charity which was established in collaboration with the University. The story was also covered by 72 local papers across the UK including: Jersey Evening Post, Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard, Derbyshire Times and This is Local London.

18 Mar

Sports Performance student Lloyd Wallace is still in the headlines after winning Britain's first ever gold medal in aerial skiing – a story covered by Blackmore Vale Magazine and World News Network.
The Bath Chronicle reports how Reception and Year 1 pupils will be visiting the University for a tennis fun day.
Research into how our bodies withstand gravity by a team led by Dr Makoto Furutani-Seiki (Department of Biology and Biochemistry) has featured in Phys Org (US).
Following Professor Pete Walker’s (Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering) research, the first commercial developments of straw houses have gone on sale; as reported by the European Commission (Germany).
Phys Org (US) has covered a story on how Bath algae research could help clean wastewater in the Middle East, featuring Mais Sweiss (Department of Biology and Biochemistry), Professor Rod Scott (Department of Biology and Biochemistry) and Dr Tom Arnot (Department of Chemical Engineering).
Professor Anna Gilmore (Department for Health) featured in Medical News (US) on a story about creating a tobacco free world by 2040.
Dr Ian Walker’s (Department of Psychology) research on motorist behaviour and proximity to bikes featured in the Santa Barbara Independent.

17 Mar

Dr Karen Evans-Reeves (Tobacco Control Research Group, Department for Health) produced a piece in The Guardian about the vote for standardised packaging for tobacco products. Andrew Rowell (Tobacco Control Research Group, Department for Health) also contributed to her article in The Conversation on the same topic.
Now Bath covered Culture Secretary Sajid Javid meeting the teams behind some of Britain’s Olympic and Paralympic, during a special visit to the University of Bath Sport Training Village.
Sports Performance student Lloyd Wallace won Britain's first ever gold medal in aerial skiing; as covered by BBC Points West (watch from 19 minutes, seven seconds), ITV News, Wiltshire Times and Bath Chronicle
Following yesterday’s coverage, The Bath Chronicle has featured the story of Dr Geoff Smith (Department of Mathematical Sciences), who is a starring character of the new blockbuster film, X+Y.
The Clitheroe Advertiser and Times covered a story about European Politics student Abigail Watson, who is pledging to live on £1 a day for five days.
Dr Ulrich Hintermair (Department of Chemistry) is part of a team of researchers who have discovered new catalysts to generate renewable fuels, as reported by Phys Org (US).
Phys Org (US) also featured the neutron research by Professor Philip Salmon (Department of Physics).

16 Mar

Dr Richard Joiner’s (Department of Psychology) research into how children use tablets appeared in The Guardian.
Dr Nicholas Priest’s (Department of Biology and Biochemistry) research into intermittent fasting appeared on MSN UK.
A blockbuster film, X+Y, covers the story of Dr Geoff Smith (Department of Mathematical Sciences) and his role in leading a team of gifted students to success at the Olympics.
An article on this has been produced by the Western Daily Press.
Bath Chronicle has covered a story about student James Whateley, who has organised a mass charity bike ride from John O'Groats to Land's End.
Professor Anna Gilmore (Department for Health) was used as an expert for quotes in stories about creating a tobacco free world in The Times of India, Zimbabwe Star, The Huffington Post (UK), Zee News (India), Argentina Star, Yahoo Maktoob (Dubai), Herald Scotland, Capital OTC (US), Beijing News, NDTV (India), Business Standard (India), Sunday World (Ireland), Mid-Day (India), Darpan Magazine (India), Medical Xpress (US), The Hans India, Englemed Health (UK), Ani News (India), Net India 123, DNA India, Vancouver Desi (India) and Yahoo Singapore.
Elle Netherlands and UK Health Centre covered Dr James Betts’ (Department for Health) research on the impact of eating breakfast.

13 Mar
Professor Anna Gilmore (Department for Health) was quoted in a number of stories about creating a ‘tobacco free world’ by the Press Association, The Daily Mail, Jersey Evening Post, Guernsey Press, Yorkshire Post, Science Daily, BT, Herald Scotland and EurekAlert.  
Dr Lucy O’Shea’s (Department of Economics) recycling research appeared in an article by Recycling Waste & World.
Neutron research led by Professor Philip Salmon (Department of Physics) featured in a story by The Geological Society.
Amongst others, the Bath Chronicle paid tribute to University of Bath Honorary Doctorate of Literature Sir Terry Pratchett, who died yesterday (Thursday).
Final year Politics and French student Katy Boyce is standing to represent the Green Party, in the North East Somerset region, at the upcoming General Election. She appeared in the Somerset Guardian.
Dr James Betts’ (Department for Health) research on the impact of eating breakfast featured in Her World Plus (Singapore) and Dream (Indonesia).

12 Mar
Dr Jenny Hatchard (Tobacco Control Research Group, Department for Health) appeared in the Daily Mail, the International Business Times, and The Wall Street Journal (US), as well as on local BBC radio stations across England.
Research conducted by the Centre for Advanced Sensor Technologies has featured in IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, which quoted Professor John Taylor (Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering) in the article.
Professor Simon Wood (Department of Mathematical Sciences) spoke to Times Higher Education about the impact of final-salary pensions for academics.
Gradplus featured Dr Silvia Muñoz-Descalzo (Department of Biology & Biochemistry) being awarded a Science Suffrage heirloom for her stem cell research.
Huffington Post Italia, Macs Magazine (UK), Sunday World (Ireland), Catholic Online (US), Metro Poland, Capital Bay (international), Timlo (Indonesia) and Georgia News Day (US) looked at Dr James Betts’ (Department for Health) research on the impact of eating breakfast.

11 Mar
Dr Jenny Hatchard (Tobacco Control Research Group, Department for Health) was interviewed on various BBC radio stations this morning, including BBC Somerset and BBC Wiltshire, as well as on BBC York, BBC Coventry & Warwickshire, BBC West Midlands and also LBC 97.3 FM, ahead of a vote on standardised packaging in the Commons today.
Professor Pete Walker’s (Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering) research into building with straw was featured on CBBC Newsround.
Dr Silvia Muñoz-Descalzo (Department of Biology & Biochemistry) featured in the Bath Chronicle after winning a Science Suffrage heirloom for her stem cell research.
Laser Focus World spoke to Dr William Wadsworth (Department of Physics) about gas lasers.
A 2014 study by Dr James Betts (Department for Health) on the impact of eating breakfast featured in stories on and for the Daily Mail.
Cycle helmet safety research by Dr Ian Walker (Department of Psychology) appeared in Epoch Times China and in a feature for the Los Angeles Times.
The Epoch Times’ American site also featured a recent Conversation piece by Joseph Gillings (PoLIS) on our obsession with zombies.
Dr Chris Chuck appeared in for his research on developing a palm-oil-like material from a certain strain of yeast.
Professor Tony Walter (PoLIS) looked at how death is affected by social media in

10 Mar
Dr Jon Hunt
(Research & Innovation Services) commented about the University putting “Bath on the global map for business” in a story by Bath Business News about the Bath Riverside Scheme.
Dr David Moon (PoLIS) produced a comment piece for Political Insight on the new Wales Bill which is due to be introduced early in the next Parliament.
Dr Ian Walker’s (Department of Psychology) research on cycle helmets featured in the Los Angeles Times in a story on California becoming the first state in the US requiring the wearing of helmets.

09 Mar
Dr John Troyer (Social & Policy Sciences) was on BBC Radio Wiltshire (listen from 01:49) commenting on the decision to hold a living wake.
Dr Felia Allum (PoLIS) wrote Mafia in the UK: the story can’t simply end in Uxbridge for The Conversation.
MBA student Gareth Rees (School of Management) spoke to the Financial Times (subscription required) about the benefits of his degree study.
Our 2014 study on the importance of breakfast was mentioned in Pour être en bonne santé, il n’est pas nécessaire de manger trois repas par jour on Journal de Montreal.

06 Mar
Dr David S Moon (PoLIS) wrote Show us the Money: the St David’s Day Deal, or No Deal for the Political Studies Association.
Keith Brown’s App Factory (Pharmacy & Pharmacology) was mentioned in Times Higher Education (scroll down to ‘Campus News’ section).
Professor Tony Miles (Mechanical Engineering) was in the Bath Chronicle; he launched the competition to find Bath Young Inventor of the Year at Museum of Bath at Work.
Professor Pete Walker’s (Architecture & Civil Engineering) straw bale house research has been featured in Gizmag, Materials World and Modest Money.
Professor Bill Durodié (PoLIS) commented on terrorism and the Islamic State in De er vores øjne i IS' lukkede verden for

05 Mar
Dr Sam Carr (Education) wrote ‘Excellence is not the only point of education’ for The Conversation.
Bath athlete and Masters of Management student Lawrence Clarke and his coach Malcolm Arnold (Sports Development & Recreation) were on BBC Points West (watch from 16:55) as Lawrence has been selected to captain the Great Britain Athletics team.
The University is mentioned in ‘‘University office markets to outperform rest of UK’’ in the Yorkshire Post.
Our 2014 study on the importance of breakfast was mentioned in ‘Why You Should Stop Eating Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner’ on Mother Jones.
Our 2014 study into the effects of menstrual pain on task performance was featured in ‘Why am I 60% more stupid around my period?’ on The Glow.

04 Mar
Professor Alison Walker (Physics) was on BBC Radio Somerset (listen from 01:36:50) and BBC Radio Bristol (listen from 01:04:52) discussing solar panels in light of the news that one in 25 homes in Somerset have the panels installed.
Dr Ana Dinerstein (Social & Policy Sciences) wrote ‘What Europe’s hopeful left can learn from Latin America’ for The Conversation.
Dr Ross Mounce’s (Biology & Biochemistry) presentation at the Open Data Spotlight for researchers was mentioned on Research Info.
Dr Katherine Rimes’ (Psychology) research on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome was highlighted in ‘Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Depression – How Connected Are They?’, Harley Therapy.
The Bath Chronicle covered the recent news about our new Vice-President (Implementation): Steve Egan appointed as vice-president at the University of Bath.
Professor Michael Beveland’s (School of Management) research on authentic brand marketing was featured in ‘Wat heb je als merk aan authenticiteit?’ on
Dr Tony Walter’s (Social & Policy Sciences) article ‘How the digital age has changed our approach to death and grief’, written for The Conversation, was also published by Malaysian Insider.

03 Mar
We have been recognised for our ‘Research impact’ in the Guardian’s University Awards 2015 shortlist.
Rachel Rose Jackson (Health) wrote ‘Tobacco industry accused of 'intimidation and interference' in Kenya’ for The Guardian, which reveals our Tobacco Control Research Group’s latest findings.
Professor Tony Walter (Social & Policy Sciences) wrote ‘How the digital age has changed our approach to death and grief’ for The Conversation.
Professor Paul Salkovskis (Psychology) explained the overlapping symptoms of panic attacks and seizures for the Mail Online.
Professor David Galbreath (PoLIS) and Simon Smith (PoLIS) wrote ‘Why the UK should heed a warning from the US over defence spending’ for The Conversation.
Tom Mills (Social & Policy Sciences) wrote ‘The Breaking Of The British Working Class’ for the New Left Project.
Professor Bill Durodié (PoLIS) commented on CAGE’s accusations of the radicalisation of Mohammed Emwazi in ‘UK rights activists CAGE in dock over 'Jihadi John' comments’ for Agence France-Presse (AFP). This was syndicated in the Middle East, Asia and Africa as well as Europe: see Kuwait Times, Israel National News, Voice of Asia online, TheGuardianMobile Nigeria, Yahoo! News UK, Yahoo! Espana and others.
Dr Chris Chuck’s (Chemical Engineering) research into a palm oil alternative was featured on Chemical & Engineering News. His research, along with the GW4 Alliance on extracting biofuels from mining sludge was featured on

02 Mar
Dr Juan Pablo Ferrero (PoLIS) spoke to Aljazeera (watch from 03:38) about the Nisman affair in Argentina.
Dr Jody Mason (Biology & Biochemistry) was interviewed on BBC Radio Bristol (listen from 01:51:45) about his research on Parkinson’s disease. His research was also published in the Microfinance Monitor.
Dr Janet Scott (Chemistry) was on BBC World Service’s The Science Hour (listen from 01:15) discussing solutions for mobile phone waste.
Dr Ken Bray’s (Mechanical Engineering) research on penalty shots and goals was mentioned in Física e futebol: ciência aplicada nos dribles, chutes e defesas, in Revista Galileu.
Joseph Gillings’ (PoLIS) article on zombies and globalisation was published in Tech Central and the Denver Post, after appearing in the Washington Post and The Conversation last week.
Dr Chris Chuck’s (Chemical Engineering) research on a palm oil alternative was highlighted in Is There Finally Some Hope for Devastated Orangutans? On

27 Feb
Dr Andrew Thomson  (Architecture & Civil Engineering) and our straw bale research lab at the University were featured on BBC One’s The One Show  (watch from 02:35).
Local electricity could meet half our needs by 2050 on features Áine O' Grady (Mechanical Engineering) and our research on sustainable energy.
Dr Jody Mason (Biology & Biochemistry) was on BBC Points West (watch from 16:30) discussing his Parkinson’s research. The research was also published in Medical News Today and Bioscience Technology.
Our researchers’ video on the Leidenfrost effect was featured in a blog article on PhysicsWorld about how to make your physics experiments go viral. The recent interest in the Leidenfront effect and Dr Kei Takashina’s (Physics) research was also featured on IOP Science: The Leidenfrost Maze
Lizzy Yarnold was on Sky Sports talking about her World Championship goals
Our Parkinson’s research was featured in the Economic Times of India, News Medical in the USA.

26 Feb
The new appointment of Steve Egan CBE as our new Vice-President (Implementation) is covered Innovative new leadership role will become a must, predicts Bath v-c, Times Higher Education
Dr Jody Mason’s (Biology & Biochemistry) research on a possible new treatment for Parkinson ’s disease was covered by the Daily Mail, Express & Star, ITV News, Belfast Telegraph, Business Standard and was syndicated broadly across the UK.  Jody was also interviewed for BBC Radio Bristol  (listen from 01:02:50).
Professor David Galbreath (PoLIS) wrote How the Ukraine crisis brought European security back from the dead for The Conversation.
Dr Juan Ferraro (PoLIS) wrote ‘Argentina protests: middle class marchers move in the shadows – and on social media’ for The Conversation.
Professor Roger King (School of Management) wrote ‘Unregulated expansion of higher education costing millions’ for The Conversation.
Bath Students Get Spring Cleaning For Green Week, Bath Chronicle
PhD student Joseph Gillings’ (PoLIS) article on zombies and globalisation for The Conversation was published by the Sydney Morning Herald.

25 Feb
Professor Tim Ibell (Architecture & Civil Engineering) was quoted in an article about Ken Shuttleworth’s recent address to engineers in London: Architects are branded ‘arrogant and egotistical’ – by one of their own, The Independent.
The University was featured on the Student Times’ Choosing universities? 3 reasons why you should pick a sporty one! as a top university for sports.
Philip Morris : University of Bath -New tobacco directive 'the most lobbied dossier' in EU history,
PhD student Joseph Gillings’ (PoLIS) article on zombies and globalisation for The Conversation was published by the Brisbane Times, The Age AU, Canberra Times and Canada’s National Post. After being published in the Washington Post, the article was also published in various American outlets including the New Haven Register, the Arizona Daily Star and others.
Dr Nick Longrich (Biology & Biochemistry) was featured in Archaeopteryx' Urvogel-Thron wackelt on

24 Feb
Silvy Peeters’ and our Tobacco Control Research Group’s (Health) research on tobacco lobbying was published by The Independent: Tobacco industry waged ‘David and Goliath’ campaign against EU. See also The Mirror and Medical Xpress.
Dr Janet Scott (Chemistry) was on BBC World Service radio (listen from 09:50) discussing solutions for the material waste of mobile phones.
Dr Theo Papadopolous (Social & Policy Sciences) was on LBC Radio discussing Greece’s relationship with the Eurozone.
PhD student Joseph Gillings’ (PoLIS) article (originally for The Conversation) ‘How our zombie obsession explains our fear of globalization’ was published by The Washington Post and syndicated by the Arizona Daily Star.
Our research on a palm oil alternative was republished in French media: La levure, une prometteuse alternative à l'huile de palme?, Yahoo France. See also

23 Feb
Professor Timo Kivimaki (PoLIS) wrote ‘Dispute over the South China Sea could put East Asia at war again’ for The Conversation.
PhD student Joseph Gillings (PoLIS) wrote ‘We’re obsessed with zombies – which says a lot about today’ for The Conversation.
PhD student Andrea Delgado (PoLIS) wrote Explainer: what is the Arms Trade Treaty? for The Conversation.
Dr Bruce Morley (Economics) was on BBC Radio Wiltshire discussing the recent fluctuations in the prices of petrol.
The Edge was featured on
Dr Kei Takashina’s (Physics) Leidenfrost equipment was featured on QI (BBC Two) - watch from 24:55.
Dr Rob Branston’s (School of Management) research into the finances of tobacco firms in Ireland was featured in The Independent (Ireland)
Professor Dylan Thompson’s (Health) research on fitness trackers was in Natural News.
Professor Rod Scott’s  (Biology & Biochemistry) and Dr Chris Chuck’s  (Chemical Engineering) research into a palm oil alternative was covered in The Secret to Saving Orangutans in Southeast Asia May Be in Your Wine, Yahoo! Travel (see also Olio di palma: ecco il sostituto ecologico che potrebbe salvare le foreste,

20 Feb
Dr John Troyer (Social & Policy Sciences) was on BBC Somerset discussing the significance of QR codes on gravestones.
Dr Pejman Iravani (Mechanical Engineering) was on BBC Radio Bristol discussing the development of robots possibly taking on human jobs.
Dr Bruce Morley (Economics) wrote ‘How Greece’s euro stalemate is hurting currency markets’ for The Conversation.
Dr Kevin Paine (Architecture & Civil Engineering) highlighted Bath research in his article ‘Self-healing concrete set to transform the sector’ for Construction News.
Brian Schofield (Security) is quoted in Intelligent lockers improve student experience at the University of Bath on Security News Desk.
Palmöl - Alternative in greifbarer Nähe?, Clean Energy Project (Palm oil – alternative in reach?) covers Professor Rod Scott’s  (Biology & Biochemistry) and Dr Chris Chuck’s  (Chemical Engineering) research into a palm oil alternative. See Wirtschafts Woche, and Technology Today.
Professor Anna Gilmore’s (Health) research on the influence of the tobacco industry in policymaking was mentioned in Tabaksindustrie beslist mee over gezondheidsbeleid in Nederland, doktordoktor (Tobacco industry involved in healthcare decisions in the Netherlands)

19 Feb
Professor Chris Martin  (Economics) wrote No longer boring and predictable: central bankers have been steering the economy through treacherous rapids for the LSE blog.
Real Simple magazine cited one of our 2013 studies on blood sugar and exercise in ‘7 Scientifically-Backed Ways to Boost Your Metabolism’.
Our MBA programme is mentioned in ‘Este crucial ca un lider să aibă un MBA. Iată de ce’ on Carier Online (It is crucial for leaders to have an MBA. This is why)
Finally! A Viable Palm Oil Alternative That Can Save Orangutans and the Rainforests on One Green Planet covers Professor Rod Scott’s  (Biology & Biochemistry) and Dr Chris Chuck’s  (Chemical Engineering) research into a palm oil alternative. See also

18 Feb
Professor Rod Scott’s (Biology & Biochemistry) and Dr Chris Chuck’s (Chemical Engineering) research into a palm oil alternative was featured in the Guardian: Scientists reveal revolutionary palm oil alternative: yeast (see also ‘Could a Winemaker’s Yeast Replace Palm Oil?’, Munchies).
Dr Séverine Deneulin (Social & Policy Sciences) wrote ‘Argentina crisis: citizens suffer when loyalty means more than truth’ for The Conversation.
Professor Paul Gregg (Social & Policy Sciences) was on BBC Radio 4 PM (listen from 17:18) discussing UK party policies.
Richard Prowse (Digital Marketing & Communications) co-authored ‘11 ways to boost your content strategy’ for Creative Bloq.
The article Traka asset management lockers & key cabinets gives students at University of Bath 24-hour access in Source Security highlights our student satisfaction rating and laptop loan service.
The University was included in the Times of India as a UK university offering good accountancy study options.

17 Feb
Dr Rachel Hiller (Psychology) was on BBC Radio Wiltshire discussing the ESRC-funded PROTECT (Parental Responses to Child Experiences of Trauma) project.
Dr Steve Warton (PoLIS) wrote ‘Cover story: Lib Dem manifesto tries to offer something for everyone’ for The Conversation.
Our Rugby Science Team’s recently published rugby study was mentioned in the London Evening Standard: ‘Des Kelly: We are going to see more concussion injuries if rugby doesn’t act’.
The University of Bath’s discussion around the shape of the academic year has been featured in The Independent’s student news round-up.
Our School of Management partnership with EY to create scholarship funding was mentioned by the Ashdown Group.
Bath athletes Lawrence Clarke and Kirsten McAslan clinch titles at Sainsbury’s British Indoor Championships, Bath Chronicle (see also ‘Meadows backing McAslan to shine in Tokyo’, Herald Scotland).
Dr Robert Heath (School of Management) wrote In advertising, emotion is a dish best served on the side – a lesson lost in Super Bowl 2015 for The Conversation.
Professor Pete Walker (Architecture & Civil Engineering) was featured on Germany’s ZDF channel discussing his straw bale housing research.
A video of the Leidenfrost effect made by physics students supervised by Dr Alessandro Narduzzo and Dr Kei Takashina (Physics) was featured in the popular YouTube-based SciShow.
Dr David Brown and Dr Michael Proulx’s (Psychology) article ‘Camera, mobile, headphones: the low-cost set up that can help blind people ‘see’’ (originally written for The Conversation), was published by Denmark’s

16 Feb
PhD researcher Ioannis Costas Batlle (Education) wrote Obsessively auditing charities stops them from doing their job for The Conversation.
Professor Andreas Kyprianou (Mathematical Sciences) wrote UK universities find a cash cow in the financial fall-out for The Conversation.
SET Squared and the University of Bath are mentioned in numerous articles on the strength of tech start-ups in the South West: see ITProPortal, Green Technology World, TMC, Ping!Zine.
News that our School of Management has partnered with EY to create ample scholarship funding was published in International Accounting Bulletin, All About School Leavers, Accountancy Live and Accountancy Age.
BSc student Jamie Lee was featured in the Bath Chronicle: University of Bath student Jamie Lee in final of competition to become new KISS presenter.
Our recently published report on Rugby concussions has stirred debate with a World Rugby concussion advisory panel expert, as reported in the Daily Mail.
Mum, dad's genes battle over baby's body shape, Iran Daily

13 Feb
Professor Pete Walker’s (Architecture & Civil Engineering) straw bale housing research was featured in the article ‘Straw is low cost, low carbon and we need to use it more’ in Construction Manager.
Professor Tony James’ (Chemistry) commentary on how to create an appealing journal cover was featured in Secrets from the authors: what makes a good journal cover? on the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Chemistry World Blog.
Our successful Knowledge Transfer Partnership scheme was mentioned in British universities lead the world in research - so let's take advantage of it in business in Wales Online.
Amanda Rudd MP mentioned SET Squared and Bath University in her keynote speech at the Cleantech Innovate London event. See also Business Green.
Professor Rob Briner’s research on evidence-based HR was featured on South Africa’s
Our Professional Rugby Injury Surveillance Project Report for 2013-14 has been published, with Le Figaro and other French language sites – including – featuring the news that concussions are on the rise in English rugby.

12 Feb
Justin Rogers (Social and Policy Sciences) wrote Leaving care is hard enough without the system favouring those who are fostered for The Conversation.
Professor Pete Walker’s (Architecture & Civil Engineering) straw bale house research was featured on BBC Countryfile Magazine, UK Construction Online, Property Wire, Digital Journal, Materials World, Time Magazine in the United States and syndicated across the US on National Public Radio stations.
Dr Vasileios Pappas (School of Management) wrote ‘Lessons from Islamic Finance for a Greek debt swap deal’ for The Conversation.
Student Union Community Officer Tommy Parker was interviewed on BBC Radio Bristol (listen from 01:55) discussing river safety in Bath.
Professor David Galbreath (PoLIS) provided commentary for France 24’s ‘Russian war planes stoke Western fears amid Ukraine crisis’ which was also published by msn Canada.
University of Bath research into the importance of breakfast was featured in Here's Why You Shouldn't Drink Coffee Before 9:30 in the Morning on Mother Jones.

11 Feb
The University of Bath has been ranked number 15 by GreenMetric in the  ‘Top 20 greenest universities in the world’, The Times – subscription required.
Professor Pete Walker’s (Architecture & Civil Engineering) straw bale house research was highlighted in the Guardian: You can huff and you can puff, but don’t blow straw houses down just yet. Pete was also on BBC Radio Wales Drive Time (listen from 54:30).
In addition to wider press coverage earlier in the week, the straw bale house research was also covered by Bristol Post,, Building Products, Construction Enquirer, and Mother Nature Network.
Dr Theo Papadopoulos (Social and Policy Sciences) was on LBC Radio discussing Greek debt.
University of Bath researchers have contributed to advances in 3D printing with graphene, reported on Nanowerk.
Dr Joanna Bryson’s (Computer Science) commentary on artificial intelligence (originally published in the Guardian), has also been published by Artificial intelligence: can scientists stop ‘negative’ outcomes?
Dr Ingolfur Blühdorn (PoLIS) wrote ‘Demokratik erozyon mu? Demokratik tükeniş mi? Sosyal Avrupa’nın itirazı’ for on the current state of democracy and the appeal of a social Europe.

10 Feb
Professor Pete Walker’s (Architecture & Civil Engineering) research on straw bale homes was covered extensively by the BBC network, including on the BBC1's One O'Clock News, Radio 4 You and Yours (listen from 29:20), 5Live Drive (listen from 56:25), Radio 4 PM News, Radio 4 Six O’Clock News (listen from 26:20), BBC World Service and BBC World as well as throughout local BBC in addition to BBC News online.
It was also featured in the Guardian: First straw homes go on sale and Straw houses: builders hope past will inspire greener, warmer future (syndicated as far afield as the Knoxville Times, Malaysia Sun, Afghanistan Sun, Times of Malta), as well as The Times – subscription required, Yahoo! News, Mail Online, Belfast Telegraph, Architect’s Journal, Business Green, This is Money, City Metric, Bath Chronicle, Quartz, Irish Examiner and others. Pete also authored an article on straw bale houses for The Conversation.
Dr Joanna Bryson (Computer Science) contributed to Artificial intelligence: can scientists stop ‘negative’ outcomes? in The Observer.
Professor Rob Briner (School of Management) commented on competition and unreasonable targets in light of the suicide of Professor Stefan Grimm in ‘Death in academia and the mis-measurement of science’ on
Our Institute for Policy Research’s latest brief on creating ‘sexual violence courts’ was covered by the Cambridge Network, Essex Chronicle and Cambridge News.
Dr Robert Heath’s (School of Management) book Seducing the Subconscious was reviewed in the Chicago Tribune – subscription required.

09 Feb
Professor Pete Walker (Architecture & Civil Engineering) was featured in the BBC News article ‘Hey, fancy buying a straw house?’ presenting his research on eco straw bale houses, which are now available for homeowners. The straw house news was also featured on BBC One News, BBC Radio Bristol (listen from 37:00) and Pete was also on BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 Live (listen from 04:45) and BBC Breakfast.
The latest Institute of Policy Research brief challenges a rethink of legal provisions for cases of rape & sexual assault: Court guidelines for rape victims 'are not working', as study finds aggressive cross-examination and intimidating encounters are still common, The Independent
Our Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technology was featured in an article on the five top energy technologies in Raconteur.
Sinead Lambe’s (Psychology) research into compulsive hoarding was highlighted by the Somerset County Gazette.
University of Bath-based athlete Lizzy Arnold won her third gold this season, as featured in the Bath Chronicle.
Dr Thanos Maroukis’ (Social and Policy Sciences) research on the healthcare crisis in Greece received attention in both the New York Times and the Boston Globe.
Dr Lia Zarantonello’s (School of Management) research on global advertising was highlighted by the American Marketing Association in ‘Ad Messaging Efficacy Differs Based on Country's GDP, Study Shows’, AMA

06 Feb
Professor Bill Durodié (PoLIS) wrote ‘Islamic State gore-fest appeals to voyeuristic streak in society’ for The Conversation. He also authored ‘Bitter Lake: Searching for meaning in the Afghan abyss’ on Spiked.
Research outcomes from our Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering were praised in CIBSE Journal.
Social Policy student and Women’s Representative Karina Delcheva was featured by the Bath Chronicle in ‘March will make a stand against sexual assault’.
Professor Yiannis Gabriel (School of Management) discussed the THE Best University Workplace Survey on Times Higher Education.
Sports Development Assistant Manager Jess Clements was quoted in ‘Paralympic swimmers Ellie Simmonds and Kate Grey to stage Inclusive Futures event at University of Bath’ in the Bath Chronicle.

05 Feb
Dr Kate Woodthorpe (Social and Policy Sciences) was on BBC Points West (watch from 18:45) discussing the cost of burial in the South West.
Benjamin Bowman (PhD student in PoLIS) was on BBC Radio Wiltshire discussing youth engagement and voting on National Voter Registration Day.
Listen to Professor Rob Briner (School of Management) discussing organisation psychology on the Times Higher Education podcast, Best University Workplace 2015 results.
Dr Ainius Lasas (PoLIS) wrote ‘Merkel is dead wrong on Ukraine’ for
Our School of Management is mentioned as being of ‘global significance’ in Los graduados de programas MBA ESIC recuperaran su inversión en tiempo medio de 15 meses según el QS-TOP MBA on Programa Publicidad

04 Feb
Professor Veronica Hope Hailey (Dean and Head of the School of Management) was on BBC Wales (watch from 02:30) discussing gender in the Welsh government.
Dr Jason Hart (Social and Policy Sciences) was on BBC Radio Bristol (listen from 01:06:30) commenting on the radicalisation of youth to join the Islamic State.
Also from Social and Policy Sciences, Dr Theo Papadopoulos was on LBC radio talking about Greek debt.
Dr Ed Keogh (Psychology) wrote ‘Gender and the body language of pain’ for
Professor Rob Briner (School of Management) was featured in ‘Austerity negatively impacting public sector staff commitment’ in HR Magazine.
Dr Sarah Bailey and Professor Roland Jones (Pharmacy and Pharmacology) were featured in the article ‘Adolf Hitlers heksedocktor’.

03 Feb
Professor Rob Briner’s (School of Management) research was highlighted in ‘Psychological impact of austerity revealed’ on (see also HR Review, Consultant-News, Fresh Business Thinking).
BBC One Inside Out West (from 10:05) featured the University’s HIVE flood testing research, and spoke to Alistair Bradley (PhD student in Civil Engineering).
BSc (Hons) Business Administration student Thomas Jaulin wrote an article for Business Insider entitled ‘10 lessons I learned from interning at a startup’.
Simon J Smith (PoLIS) wrote ‘Why our political classes won’t have any real debate on Trident until after the election’ for The Conversation.
Dr Nick Longrich’s (Biology & Biochemistry) presentation at the Palaeontological Assocation Annual Meeting was highlighted in Earthzine.
Student Union President Jordan Kenny discussed Higher Education funding on BBC Radio Somerset (listen from 32:30).
The University is among Bath institutions launching campaigns to warn of the danger of the River Avon path, as reported in the Bath Chronicle.

02 Feb
Free speech? Not at four in five UK universities, The Guardian
State funding to universities is stable, but questions remain over uncapped student numbers, Professor Roger King (SoM) for The Conversation
Novartis and J&J back UK biotech working on 30-minute STD test, FT (subscription required)
It’s win-win for staff and bosses, Raconteur
Employee engagement - just another management fad?, Simply Communicate
Hard-working volunteers rewarded with prizes at annual award ceremony, Bath Chronicle
World's oldest snake reveals secrets of slithery evolution, USA Today 

30 Jan
Professor Chris Frost (Chemistry) talked to BBC Radio Bristol (listen from 02:23) about recreating a ‘Star Trek Tricorder’.
Icebergs Have Distinct Acoustic Signatures Says Study: Possible Indicator of Ice Melt, Tech Times
Professor Michael Beverland (SoM) was on BBC Points West discussing Jamie Oliver’s campaign to cut food waste.
Prospects for Syria, Tim Mills (SPS) interviewed, New Left Project
Team Bath Netball new girl Claire Brownie glad to be back on Superleague stage after Glasgow Commonwealth Games experience, Bath Chronicle
Geschichtsmesse thematisiert deutsche Einheit,
Ethics of gene selection, The Manitoban
Mathematical model helps scientists decide where to submit their papers, Nature
How Your Body's Unique Biosignatures Are Used for Surveillance, io9

29 Jan
Net expansion driven by mobile presents risks and opportunities for marketers, Chris Archer-Brown for The Conversation
Professor David Galbreath was on Sky News 28 Jan discussing ISIS tactics in light of recent hostage situations.
How the UK became a worse place for women to work, Dr Susan Milner, The Independent (originally published in The Conversation)
Exhibition inspired by research projects at the University of Bath goes on show, Bath Chronicle
Police stop Evesham cyclists to warn against dark clothing,
Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell FRS, FRAS goes ‘back to school’!, Alton Convent School
Loraine Morgan Brinkhurst joins the running to be Bath's next MP - what does it mean for the election race?, Bath Chronicle

28 Jan
Russia’s masquerade continues in Ukraine – and fools no-one, Professor David Galbreath for The Conversation
Fasting facts: is the 5:2 diet too good to be true?, The Guardian
Made in Britain: how the UK became a worse place for women to work, Dr Susan Milner for The Conversation
Emily Diamond targets Beijing World Athletics Championships after relay win at Sainsbury’s Glasgow International, Bath Chronicle
Low-cost tech set up that can help blind people ‘see’, Dave Brown and Dr Michael Proulx,
怎样建立竞争性电力市场, Barrie Murray, China Power
#ThisGirlCan: Exercise without self-consciousness,

27 Jan
Here’s what you should know about Syriza and the Greek election, Dr Theo Papadopoulos, BizNews (syndicated from The Conversation). Dr Papadopoulos also spoke to Jeremy Vine about the Greek elections on BBC Radio 2 (listen from 15:00)
How to Live ‘Well beyond 120’, Labmate
Which MBAs are best value for money?, efinancialcareers
A tendency to follow the herd rather than whistleblow may be part of our evolutionary past,
How Do I Afford… A Funeral?, Yahoo! Finance UK
Health Mag Editor Tests Accuracy of Several Fitness Tracking Devices and Stumbles Upon This Inconvenient Truth, The Blaze (see also Capital Bay)
How hot is my chilli – using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) to rate chillis, Dr Tim Woodman, Chile Foundry
Fitness: trionfa moda braccialetti conta calorie, ma non sempre attendibili, Il Tempo (see also La Voce del Nord Est,

26 Jan
Explainer: why the Greek election is so important, Dr Theo Papadopoulos (SPS) for The Conversation (see also the Jakarta Globe, New Republic and the New Statesman). Dr Papadopoulos was also on Sky News and LBC FM discussing the elections.
Why are there so few whistleblowers? Blame evolution, Paul Rauwolf and Dominic Mitchell (Computer Science), Washington Post (syndicated from The Conversation)
Dr Dylan Thompson (Health) The must-have fitness gadgets that could make you fatter: They claim to count the calories you burn. But as our test shows, they’re often wildly inaccurate, Mail Online (syndicated by National Headlines and Capital Bay)
Professor Andrew Graves (SoM) was on BBC Wiltshire (listen from 02:30) commenting on Honda’s slumping sales.
The 100 most international universities in the world 2015, Times Higher Education
University of Bath to help NHS emergencies, Bath Chronicle
Dr Tony Perry (Biology & Biochemistry) discussed ‘molecular scissors’ and DNA editing on American NewsmaxTV.
La publicidad televisiva emocional es más eficaz en los telespectadores con bolsillos abultados, md
В Греции все готово к парламентским выборам 25 января, Tacc (See also

23 Jan
Dr Jenny Hatchard (Health) was on BBC Radio Bristol Breakfast  (listen from 01:52) discussing standardised cigarette packaging. She also wrote ‘MPs vote on plain packaging signals industry defeat – but there may be a sting in the tale’, for The Conversation.
A tendency to follow the herd rather than whistleblow may be part of our evolutionary past, PhD students Paul Rauwolf and Dominic Mitchell (Computer Science), The Conversation
PhD student Tom Nightingale (Health) discussed DASH research on BBC Radio Bristol (listen from 01:24). Tom was also on BBC Points West (from 15:07)
The Great Ratings Game, Michael John Gill (SoM) contributing, Foreign Affairs
Take me to the death café, Prospect Magazine
Clash of the crowdfunding platforms: Crowdcube and Seedrs debate which model is best for investors, What Investment
The most annoying adverts from the past 15 years, The Telegraph
Contact matters: voters like to be asked personally for their support, Dr David Cutts (PoLIS) contributing, LSE
Young students join researchers at The University of Bath, Bath Chronicle
Labour Candidate Raises Concerns Over HMO Standards, Bath Chronicle
Projektowanie dzieci jest możliwe. Czy jesteśmy na to gotowi?,

22 Jan
Death in the city: what happens when all our cemeteries are full?, The Guardian
New DNA Editing Technique Could Help Cystic Fibrosis Carriers Conceive Healthy Babies, Cystic Fibrosis Today
Encouraging wheelchair users to become more physically active, Optimist World
Breakfast: Is It Still the Most Important Meal of the Day?, MSN
10 simple gadgets that empower women around the world, Yahoo! News India

21 Jan
Are you depressed without knowing it?, The Guardian
Could 'DNA editing' lead to designer babies?, NHS, syndicated to numerous local newspapers including South Yorkshire Times
Dr Susan Milner (PoLIS) discussed democracy on BBC Radio Wiltshire 20 Jan
Dr Joanna Bryson (Computer Science) was on Channel 4 discussing artificial intelligence. See also ‘Will super-intelligent machines kill us all?’, Channel 4 News
The gap between rich and poor: yet more misleading information from the tobacco industry, Cancer Research UK
Volunteers with spinal cord injuries needed for research project at the University of Bath, Bath Chronicle
Breakfast: Is It Still the Most Important Meal of the Day?, Cleveland Clinic
Pleci la studii in Marea Britanie? Cele mai bune universitati pentru viata de student, Ziare

20 Jan
Why Facebook is helping you chat at work (and why your boss should encourage it), Chris Archer-Brown for The Conversation
Professor Veronica Hope Hailey, Dean and Head of the School of Management, was on BBC Radio Wales (listen from 33:55) Sun 18 Jan discussing leadership and public sector reform in Wales. She will contribute to an IWA debate on Welsh public service reform today.
Discussing his work on genetics, Dr Tony Perry was on BBC World Service Newsday (listen from 54:30). See also, Daily Mail, BioPortfolio, Capitalbay, African Seer, National Headlines.
Switching to energy efficient electrical appliances, European Commission
University of Bath funding to work on cancer therapies, Bath Chronicle
Delcam Joins ALM Partnership, MMS
University of Bath picked for Rugby World Cup team, Venue Masters
Британцы заявили о возможности создать генетически модифицированных детей, Медпортал
Comerciais de TV são menos emocionais em países emergentes, Propmark
More Teens Getting Whooping Cough Since Vaccine Change, KPBS, syndicated from

19 Jan
'Designer babies' debate should start, scientists say, BBC News (see also CNT,
This Girl Can: Campaign to get women involved in sport and exercise proves huge hit, ITV News (see also The Times and BBC Radio)
The return of Charlie Hebdo, Aljazeera
Want to attend the top university by graduate pay? That'll be £67,750, Telegraph
Student Christopher Taylor died in River Avon in Bath after 999 call missed by handlers, Bath Chronicle (see also Metro and ‘Christopher Taylor inquest: Private landowners notified of their responsibility to maintain lifesaving equipment’, Bath Chronicle)
Генетически модифицированные дети — уже не фантастика,
Computer simulations crack blue LED prod'n dilemma, EE Times Asia

16 Jan
Misinformed expert or misinformation network?, Professor David Miller and Tom Mills (Social and Policy Sciences), Open Democracy
Prof Simone Fullagar (Health) discusses ‘This Girl Can’ Campaign on BBC Radio 4’s The World at One 15 Jan (listen from 30:30 ) and BBC 5Live Breakfast (16 Jan from 01:41). See also the related article on The Conversation.
Dr Rana Jawad (SPS) was on BBC Gloucester (listen from 01:02) commenting on the cover of Charlie Hebdo.
IMechE Automobile Division Eastern Centre: Extending the Limits of Extreme Spark-Ignition Engine Downsizing - The Ultraboost Project, ICE
Watchdog raises alarm as number of part-time university students falls, The Guardian
Two Destination Language to explore masculinity, Salisbury Journal
Barden bearings keep the wheels turning on Team Bath Racing’s Formula Student car, Eureka news
Inquest into River Avon death of University of Bath student Christopher Taylor opens, Bath Chronicle (see also BBC News, ITV News, BBC TV West)
Team GB athlete recalls Beijing Olympics at running club's sports dinner, Bath Chronicle
Ученые рассказали о привычках, которые продлевают жизнь, DirectPress

15 Jan
This Girl Can campaign is all about sexiness, not sport, Professor Simone Fullagar and Dr Jessica Francombe-Webb (Department for Health), The Conversation
Pedagogy: University of Bath, UK, Architectural Review
Palestine and the ICC, Mattia Cacciatori (PoLIS), Justice hub
It is hyperbolic to claim that donors are splurging cash on the Tories’ local campaigns to help them ‘buy’ the election, Dr David Cutts (PoLIS) contributing, LSE
Researchers and professionals to discuss the realities of an ageing population over dinner, Bath Chronicle
Encouraging wheelchair users to become more physically active, MedicalXpress
Investigators from University of Bath Release New Data on Drug Delivery Systems, Pharmacy Choice
Face your fears and beat phobias with new group, Salisbury Journal

14 Jan
With inflation at a record low, it’s time to boost your pay packet, Professor Chris Martin, The Conversation
CMOS technology is set to enable a new range of sensor devices, New Electronics
What's the evidence for... Evidence-based HR?, Professor Rob Briner, HR Magazine
Reunion to be held for former students at The University of Bath, Bath Chronicle

13 Jan
Now Skype can translate for us, what’s the point in learning a language?, Michael Groves, The Coversation
Breeding flies and edible plastic: the kitchen of the future, The Guardian
Charlie Hebdo: More security isn’t the solution, Spiked, (see also ‘Solidarity with Charlie Hebdo doesn’t require endorsement of its content’, Imagine 2050)
Professor Bill Durodié (PoLIS) comments on security following Paris attacks, Sky News 12 Jan 3.35pm
Evidence-based HR: Under the microscope, HR Magazine
Shedding Light on Why Blue LEDS are So Tricky to Make, Cellular News, (see also Materials World)
Higher education as an athlete, Youth Cycle Sport
Was tun gegen die Macht der Gewohnheit?, SRF

12 Jan
Live for ever: Scientists say they’ll soon extend life ‘well beyond 120’, The Guardian
Grounds for optimism: Turning coffee into fuel,
Dr Aurélien Mondon comments on Charlie Hebdo attacks, BBC Breakfast 11 Jan (see also his commentary syndicated from The Conversation: Arab News Blog, Informed Comment)
Shedding Light On Why Blue LEDS Are So Tricky To Make, Photonics Online(see also EDN Europe, CompoundSemi Online, AZO Materials, Space Daily, EE Times)
Buried in treasures: there’s more to hoarding than OCD, The Guardian
Sri Lanka stunned? Sri Lanka’s 2015 presidential poll and [un]warranted exclamations,
The 10 rules for staying slim for life, The Times – subscription required (see also
Grounds for optimism: Turning coffee into fuel,
Почему нельзя пропускать завтрак?, ВСЕКОММЕНТАРИИ.com
La dieta más científica del mundo,

9 Jan
Shedding light on why blue LEDs are so tricky to make, Opli (see also Compound Semiconductor, PDD, SC Online, Semiconductor Today)
Charlie Hebdo attack: this is not a clash of civilisations, Dr Aurélien Mondon, The Conversation
Professor Bill Durodié from PoLIS comments on Charlie Hebdo attack: BBC Radio Scotland (from 01.09.56), see also BBC Radio Bristol, BBC Somerset, BBC Wiltshire, BBC Gloucestershire
King planning to turn heads by running faster than ever, Plymouth Herald
Forschungspark testet CO2-sparende Baustoffe, holzbauAustria

8 Jan
Professor Bill Durodié comments on Charlie Hebdo attack: BBC Radio 5 Live with Phil Williams at 22:00 – from 57:35 (also BBC Radio Bristol – from 37:30, BBC Somerset, also LBC, BBC Wiltshire, BBC Gloucester, BBC Three Counties, Heart and more)
Dr Aurélien Mondon comments on Charlie Hebdo attack: BBC Newsnight – from 30:00
Charlie Hebdo offends – and we must defend its right to do so, The Conversation (see also The Week, The New Zealand Herald)
'Sickening' Paris murders condemned, BT (see also University of Bath expert comments on freedom of expression after gun attack in Paris, Bath Chronicle)
Camera, mobile, headphones: the low-cost set up that can help blind people ‘see’, Dr Michael Proulx and Dave Brown, The Conversation (see also Australian Doctor,)
We are all hoarders but for some it spirals out of control, Professor Paul Salkovskis and Sinead Lambe, The Conversation (see also Yahoo! News,
Shedding light on why blue LEDs are so tricky to make,  (see also Science Newsline Technology, Nanotechnology Now, Science Daily, EurekAlert!, escience news)
Energy study family shocked as nPower results show overuse of gadgets, Burton Mail
Firefighters' pension issue is one of public safety for everyone, Somerset Guardian
Eight potential British Skeleton stars of 2022 Olympics unearthed in search for next Amy Williams and Lizzy Yarnold, Bath Chronicle

7 Jan
Online courses from academics at The University of Bath offer the chance to learn something new, Bath Chronicle (see also South West News)
New Dissipative Anchor from CINTEC, Masonry Construction
Can Toxic Mine Waste Be Safely Turned into Fuel?, Social Earth
All the philanthropists rewarded in the New Year's Honours 2015, Spear’s Wealth Management
End of a hard-fought battle for Coate Water, Swindon Advertiser
Olympic champion Lizzy Yarnold returns for Altenberg Skeleton World Cup as Laura Deas wins Sky Sports Sportswoman award, Bath Chronicle
GB captain Judy Murray calls up Team Bath tennis ace Anna Smith for Federation Cup trip to Hungary, Bath Chronicle
Skier Wallace, 19, reaches high on Beijing slopes, Salisbury Journal
Bio-Diesel aus abgebruehtem Kaffeemehl – Kaffeesazt im Tank, MotorVision
Al descubierto la clave de la coloración de los peces, Nuestro Mar

6 Jan
Groundbreaking biofuel project brings new life to Cornish mine, The Observer (see also Waste Management World)
English Votes for English Laws: Why Politicians should not “Bring it On!”, Dr David Moon, Political Insight.
Face to Face: science star who went under the radar of Nobel Prize judges, Herald Scotland
Rodeca partitions help an engine shed win awards, Building Construction Design
Functional materials research gets £20m boost, Industrial Plant & Equipment
Coaching chance for the sports stars of tomorrow, Dorset Echo
'Een op drie werknemers kan niet met werkgever door één deur',
Al descubierto la clave de la coloración de los peces, Ecoticias
"오픈 소스 3D프린터가 3D프린터의 발전을 도모한다”, mk News
英国《金融时报》2014年欧洲商学院排行榜出炉, MBA
First Successful Vaccination Against CWD in Deer Ahead?, The Outdoor Wire

5 Jan
Whooping cough proteins evolving 'unusually' fast, BBC (also see Rocket News, CNT, Neurologica Blog, Before It’s News)
Scientists Test Algae to Harvest Precious Metals & Biofuel from Mining Sludge, NA Clean Energy (also see Impact Lab, Water Online, LA Jewelry District, Inhabitat, A Green Living, Tech Investor News, Mining News, This is Bath, South West Business, Adafruit, The Guardian, Just Means, Edie, Duurzaam Bedrijfsleven)
New seismic technology reduce impact marine wildlife, CDiver (also see Innovation Toronto, Daily Astorian, A Green Living, Tech Investor News, Inhabitat, Hydro International)
Why Does It Matter That So Many Young People Are Playing Call Of Duty?, Huffington Post
Dr Michael Proulx talks to BBC Somerset about how technology can help blind persons see, BBC Somerset
Scientists Discover Why Some Proteins Are Speedier Than Others, Bio Process Online
Take a look at your hands – Is your ring finger longer than your index finger?, One Quality Standard
BRE Trust's Research Programme World Class Says REF, Green Building Press
A juggling act, Pensions Age
Volunteers needed for sitting study in Bath, Breeze Bristol