Archive for the ‘In the media’ Category

We’ve got to talk: The militarization of biotechnology

Brett Edwards (PoLIS) discusses the debate about the security implications of cutting-edge biotechnology.

What happens when you introduce 4-year-olds to an OAPs' home

An intergenerational experiment has shown that, within a short timeframe, it is possible to bring about significant enhancement in the well-being of older people.

CSCT expert comments on water research

Antoine Buchard, Whorrod Research Fellow at the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies, discusses Carnegie Mellon research paper that has been published in Green Chemistry.

Next generation of plug-in hybrid car could use vintage tech

Our researchers believe when twinned with an electric engine, a rotary powertrain could deliver top-end performance and boost the range of a hybrid.

Do we need TripAdvisor for care homes?

Tony Walter shares his experience of trying to find the best geriatric care for his elderly mother

Single currency for West Africa won’t materialise soon

Tahiru Azaaviele Liedong, Lecturer in Strategy in the School of Management, writes for The Conversation.

C4 sets up old people’s home for 4-year-olds

Prof Malcolm Johnson (CDAS) features in tonight's C4's series 'Old People's Home for Four-Year-Olds'

How sharing can make a hangover less harrowing

Sally Adams, Christine Griffin and Paula Smith, from the Department of Psychology, have co-authored an article for The Conversation.

Carole Mundell talks to BBC World Service

An international team of scientists, including Professor Mundell, have captured Gamma Ray Bursts - the biggest explosions in the Universe - in unprecedented detail for the first time.

Wali Aslam on Afghan war after Pakistan prime minister ousted

Is Hollywood influenced by Washington?

The US government's role behind the scenes in Hollywood goes deeper than you think

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!

Public engagement event encourages youngsters into science

I’m a Scientist winner, Sam Carr from our Department of Education, said: “In the end, I believe that 'asking questions' is by far the most critical and important part of any science."

Dr Janet Bultitude talks about CRPS on BBC Bristol

Dr Janet Bultitude (Psychology) interviewed on Radio 4 by Phil Hammond

Bryn Clift writes for Fortune Magazine on LA Olympics

Academic contributes to international HE publication on REF

Richard Watermeyer (Education) has written a report titled: Activism over acrimony: Not getting better but getting beyond the UK’s Research Excellence Framework

African citizens have reason to be fed up with politicians

Tahiru Azaaviele Liedong, Assistant Professor of Strategy in the School of Management, writes for The Conversation

Spate of acid attacks in London is part of international problem

Brett Edwards, lecturer in PoLIS, has co-authored an article for The Conversation

Bath TCRG’s TobaccoTactics cited in Guardian

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/jul/12/the-guardian-view-on-big-tobacco-stop-the-spread
Bath TCRG’s Tobacco Tactics cited in Guardian

The numbers show that marriage does make men fatter

Joanna Syrda, Lecturer in Business Economics, writes about her BMI research in The Conversation.