Archive for the ‘Architecture & Civil Engineering’ Category

How antique buildings can be energy efficient

San Anton palace to serve as guide on how antique buildings can be energy efficient

The Basil Spence competition continues to make an impact

A video has been released about the annual Basil Spence Competition, where architecture and civil engineering students combine

Taking the temperature of refugee shelters

The Bath Architecture Annual 2017

New Bath Architecture Annual

Bath research project recognised by RIBA

An interdisciplinary project led by researchers at our University has won a Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Research Award.

From the laboratory to the lavatory – developing fake poo could save thousands of lives

Researchers at the University of Bath are developing laboratory-created poo in order to improve sanitation in developing countries.

‘Flat pack’ recyclable emergency shelters to help hurricane victims

People displaced by natural disasters such as hurricane Irma could benefit from new, recyclable plastic-based shelters developed and tested by researchers at the University of Bath and plastics company Protomax.

‘Smart meters need a rapid rethink’ says Bath researchers

Researchers from the University of Bath have highlighted the limitations of the current £11 billion smart meter roll out and developed their own intuitive ‘smarter’ smart meter, providing home owners with significant energy savings.

The Paris Agreement will succeed without the USA

PhD student Alastair Marsh believes the USA’s withdrawal from the Paris Agreement is a reminder that populous, industrialising countries deserve more attention.

Applying ACE 'total design' principles

Award-winning alumnus William Arnold reflects on his career in civil engineering & his time studying at Bath

Death of Prof Darryl P Almond (formerly of Materials Science)

We regret to announce the death of Emeritus Professor Darryl P Almond, who joined the University of Bath in 1976.

Part sculpture, part architectural installation, all play

The Bath Chronicle talks about our new interactive exhibition:The Brutalist Playground is not as brutal as it sounds and entry is free!

Prof Sir Mark Walport opens 4 East South

As part of his visit to campus, Sir Mark also received a tour of campus, led by the Vice-Chancellor

Professor Sir Mark Walport opens University of Bath’s 4 East South

The Chief Executive Designate of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), Professor Sir Mark Walport has officially opened the University of Bath’s most recent academic building, 4 East South.

Making fake poo - to improve sanitation in Bangladesh

Naomi Deering, Postgraduate Researcher in Civil Engineering, discusses her work in The Conversation.

Come along to the opening of 4 East South

All staff are warmly invited to attend the official opening of 4 East South building on Tuesday 18 July

Is the type of cladding used on Grenfell Tower banned in UK?

Dr Stephen Ledbetter from our Centre for Window and Cladding Technology writes for The Conversation.

Gaining an overview of the construction industry on placement

Tamas tells us about working as a Structural Engineer at Atkins for his civil engineering placement year.

Tighter building controls and better education needed to achieve government global warming targets

Thousands of new homes, schools and offices may be using much more energy than they should, and the reason is rather unexpected, according to the authors of a new study published by the University of Bath.