Archive for the ‘Research’ Category

Study could offer UVA protection for genetic disease patients

Skin cells taken from patients with a rare genetic disorder are up to ten times more sensitive to damage from ultraviolet A (UVA) radiation in laboratory tests.

FAPESP funding recipients announced

Five projects to receive Bath–FAPESP SPRINT (São Paulo Researchers in International Collaboration) funding

University now official member of CERN CMS group

Prof Manuch Soleimani from Electronic & Electrical Engineering led the successful bid

Lunch with impact: untangling impact in EPSRC applications

Understand what is required for the impact sections of applications to the EPSRC and explore successful examples.

Academics, policymakers & industry talk

Over 140 people came together on 6 February to discuss how directors of large-scale projects can better collaborate.

ENGAGED: How Powerful Knowledge Disrupts Inequality

Dr Andrea Abbas, Department of Education, discusses the concept of powerful knowledge and explores ideas that underpin the decolonising of the curriculum movement.

GW4 funding for 12 new collaborative research communities

Groups will tackle a range of global and industrial challenges.

IPR Blog: Does Social Mobility Require Accent Mobility?

In the latest IPR Blog, Dr Alex Baratta asks whether a move up the social ladder necessitates accent mobility.

Let's Celebrate... Public Engagement!

Enter the Vice-Chancellor's Engage Awards or submit your work for the Public Engagement Showcase.

PhD research visit to North Cove, Washington, USA

A WEIR PhD student visits North Cove, Washington State, USA, to investigate an area at great risk from coastal erosion.

How an app can help monitor arthritis symptoms

A partnership between the healthtech company Living With, the Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust (RUH), and the University of Bath has been awarded a major grant to develop a Rheumatoid Arthritis Flare Profiler.

New physical effect demonstrated after 40 year search

The discovery could lead to advancements in diverse fields including chemical manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and miniaturisation.

Researchfish data collection period open

Between 4 February and 14 March Principal Investigators and Research Students to submit outcomes of their research.

SAMBa awarded funding for more PhD students

The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Statistical Applied Mathematics at Bath (SAMBa) has received funding to deliver 8 more years of research and training.

Zebrafish useful to model ALS-linked mutations

Scientists have shown that the zebrafish is a useful model for neuron and blood vessel development in the brain disease ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis).

Major tobacco companies pay almost no corporation tax

Taxes on the profits of Big Tobacco in the UK are being applied in a ‘wholly inadequate’ way claim the authors of a new study.

Bath academic gives keynote speech on energy and water

A Bath academic gave a keynote speech at WaterEnergyNEXUS conference in Salerno, Italy with the aim to share and discuss important developments on energy and water.

Website nominated for animal research openness award

The University was recently shortlisted for an award at the Understanding Animal Research (UAR) Openness Awards in the “Website or use of new media” category.

VC's Research Day 2019

Early career researchers from across the University showcased their work.

IPR Blog: Is Medicine the Field of Dreams?

Research Fellow at UCL Medical School, Dr David Harrison, examines implications of new medical schools as a way to deal with NHS shortages.