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Institute for Policy Research (IPR) first network

The Middle East and North Africa Social Policy Network (MENA) is dedicated to open discussion about social justice and social welfare issues related to this part of the world.

University research highlighted as Paper of the Week

A paper produced by an interdisciplinary team has been chosen as Paper of the Week by the prestigious US Journal of Biological Chemistry.

Students create biodiesel at Chemical Engineering event

A group of thirty A Level students from across the country spent a week at the University taking part in a Chemical Engineering ‘Headstart’ course.

Dr Subramanian elected Fellow of the Society of Biology

Dr Vasanta Subramanian was elected for her achievements in progressing stem cell research to better understand certain developmental processes and neurological disorders.

Physics Research Day

People came together at last month’s Physics Research Day to celebrate the world-class research taking place in our Department of Physics.

The power of network thinking

An international collection of speakers discussed the quantitative analysis of network models of collective phenomena at the Centre for Networks and Collective Behaviour.

Trainee teachers test out their skills at local history spots

Historical monuments have proved good schooling grounds for two sets of trainee teachers studying at the university.

University looks east with new partnership agreement

We have signed a Memorandum of Understanding between our Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies (CSCT) and the Global E3 Institute at Yonsei University.

Top marks for 1 West Building

A topping-out ceremony was recently held on campus to mark the completion of the main construction work for the first phase of 1 West Building refurbishments.

Wessex Water to invest in University research

A new research and development collaboration between the University and Wessex Water has been announced today.

Go Dutch at the Holburne Museum - for free

The Holburne Museum is offering free access to its latest exhibition to all staff and students.

Bath architecture student named winner of RIBA scholarship

The prestigious 2013 RIBA Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship has been awarded to one of our Architecture & Civil Engineering students.

Images of Research inspire visitors at Fringe Arts Bath Festival

Visitors to the Fringe Arts Bath Festival had a chance to discover the range of research undertaken at the University through the Images of Research Exhibition.

Shadow Minister for Sport visits University

Clive Efford MP, the Shadow Minister for Sport, visited the University to discuss his policy proposals to enhance school and community sport.

Strawberries and sparkling wine with the Vice Chancellor

You are invited to a strawberries and sparkling wine evening in the gardens of No.16 Lansdown Crescent, by kind permission of the Vice-Chancellor.

University to partner with NUS

The University has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the National University of Singapore (NUS) initially to work together in the area of Engineering design education and research.

Research discovers link between epilepsy and autism

Our researchers have found a previously undiscovered link between epileptic seizures and the signs of autism in adults.

Seminar examines the anxieties we have for our children today

'Moral Panic, Children and Youth' the second in a series of seminars on moral panic will take place on Friday 17 May.

We welcome Zhejiang University to campus

The University recently hosted a high profile visit by a Sports Science delegation from China.

Winners chosen at Images of Research preview evening

Nearly 100 people attended the preview of this year's Images of Research exhibition last night where three winners were chosen.