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Do you aspire to a leadership role?

Read the latest blog from Richard Brooks, HR Director, to find our more about our new training opportunities.

Get to grips with the basics of Computers and going online

Earn an industry-recognised qualification and learn how to use the internet, email and programs, and make simple documents.

Waste plastic could support construction

Bath-led research has shown waste plastic to be a sustainable, viable partial replacement for sand.

BBC’s Trust Me I’m a Doctor tackles ‘exercise snacking’ at Bath

In the latest episode viewers will see Bath researcher Dr Oly Perkin put participants through their paces.

Our next Open Day is now just days away

We are expecting over 9,000 visitors on campus on Saturday 15 September.

Visions of Science Preview, Fri 14 Sep - 4.30 - 7pm

View works from Andrew Brownsword Gallery's inaugural Art Prize and many more.

Café Conversations with our Acting Vice-Chancellor

Professor Bernie Morley invites you to a series of informal get-togethers.

Richard Brooks' HR Blog - Result!

Read Richard's account of the recruitment process for our new Vice-Chancellor, who starts in April 2019.

Lecturer Ana Catalano Weeks receives political science award

Dr Weeks’s article on gender quota laws was awarded the 2018 Franklin L. Burdette/Pi Sigma Alpha Prize by the American Political Science Association.

IT maintenance affects Secure Downloads

Thursday 13 September, 7am.

Single molecule control for a femtosecond

New technique will open up research possibilities across nanoscience and nanophysics.

Leading the way in inclusive innovation

New Industrial Strategy funding will help amplify regional strengths in creative technologies.

£1M grant to target proteins linked to cancers

Dr Jody Mason from the Department of Biology & Biochemistry has been awarded almost £1M for a project looking at ways to target proteins linked to cancers.

Have your social media questions answered at Social Media Café

Do you have a question about social media? Book an appointment at the September Social Media Cafe from the Department of Marketing & Communications

UNREST launches MOOC to showcase memory research

EU Horizon 2020-funded project UNREST has created a free Memory Models course to disseminate its findings.

Submit a nomination for an Honorary Degree by 12 Sep

The Honorary Degrees Committee invites you to submit nominations for honorary degrees. Closing date is 12 September 2018.

Polly McGuigan discusses how fast can a human run on Radio 4

Dr Polly McGuigan is on Radio 4's The Curious Cases of Rutherford & Fry.

Writing Good Impact Case Studies

Saskia Walcott shares her insight and expertise in compiling and writing REF Impact Case Studies.

Opinion: Prospect of 'no-deal' Brexit looms over UK

Dr. Richard Fairchild is an Associate Professor in Finance, based in our School of Management

Pharmacists play vital role in improving patient health

Pharmacists serving non-hospitalised patients may achieve improvements in patient health outcomes