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New recycling scheme for snack packaging and oral care

Help us continue to Leave No Trace by recycling more of your disposable waste.

GW4 academics research Brexit impact on regional businesses

With ongoing political uncertainty around Brexit, businesses are calling for stability but what will the UK leaving the EU mean for businesses in Wales and the South West? One GW4 research community has been finding out.

One Young World Bath 2019

This exciting one-day conference will consist of a series of international and domestic speaker talks, workshops, and networking opportunities.

Doctoral Student Surveys Closing Soon

Please encourage doctoral and professional doctorate students to complete PRES or PDES by Sunday 31 March.

Staff Spotlight on Sue Wonnacott

Sue has been the Chair of the selection committee for the Staff Recognition Awards since 2017 and is Professor of Neuroscience.

Peter Lambert on 'An Autism friendly University'

Our Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Learning and Teaching discusses the importance of this "landmark event".

IT Maintenance affects Mac Self-Service and more, Tue 26 Mar

Tuesday 26 March, from 7am to 9am.

The success and expansion of #NeverOK

Creating a community that challenges harassment, assault and hate crimes.

Australia provided fertile ground for Islamophobic culture

Aurelien Mondon (PoLIS) comments on a Washington Post article.

Study shows impact of cannabis use on psychosis

Study is the first to show the impact of cannabis use on psychosis, highlighting the potential public health impact of changes to cannabis legislation.

New testosterone rule 'risks setting unscientific precedent'

Regulations challenge the evidence based that underlies medical practice, argue researchers including Dr Sheree Bekker behind a new BMJ paper.

Partnership with Turkish Ministry agreed

The University signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Turkish Embassy Education Counsellor’s Office in London.

Mumps cases on campus - have you had your vaccine?

Important advice for staff and students about mumps.

Council Effectiveness Review Update

Ruth Foreman, Acting Chair of Council, provides an update on the Council Effectiveness Review.

Update on Brexit - 20 March

Professor Bernie Morley provides an update on Brexit.

From lab to plate, using tissue engineering to meet our needs

The University of Bath is leading the way in the UK’s efforts to develop lab-grown meat, which could be on supermarket shelves within five years.

11-11: Memories Retold Nominated for two BAFTA Games Awards

The Aardman team spent nearly two weeks in the CAMERA Studio over the course of nine individual shoots to get the motion capture data they needed to animate most of the major characters in 11:11.

Fun, frolics, and framing at the Brexit Pantomime!

Dr Richard Fairchild, School of Management, writes for CGTN.

Dr Sam Carr (Education) on BBC3’s Porn Laid Bare

Six people with differing attitudes to pornography spend two weeks inside Spain’s adult film industry, exploring the impact of porn on their lives, on society and on the performers.

STBAH series of unmissable sustainable economy events

The Sustainable Technologies Business Acceleration Hub are hosting a linked series of events exploring approaches to creating a sustainable economy.