Archive for the ‘Research’ Category

Participants wanted for study on working memory training

Are you a smoker? Take part in new research on the effects of working memory training on smoking-related behaviours

How engaging with the public can benefit your research

Promote your Research at European Researchers' Night

Get involved in public engagement activities for European Researchers' Night on Friday 28 September

Volunteers needed for research on the shared brain

Psychology researcher is examining shared identities using interviews and EEGs, and is looking for participants to get involved.

IMI: Water reservoirs, bimolecular reactions & gamma-rays

IMI’s 26 summer research internship projects get underway

Tobacco Control Research Group study covered in Guardian

Research highlights tobacco industry involvement in global track and trace system

Microbe breaks “universal” DNA rule

Scientists from our Milner Centre for Evolution discover a yeast that randomly translates DNA in two different ways

New device to protect communities from unsafe water

An international collaboration between the University of Bath and Universidad de los Andes has developed an integrated device for testing a water source.

Potential treatment for drug addiction relapse revealed

Research published in Addiction Biology by scientists at the University of Bath reveals a new potential mechanism for combating drug addiction relapse.

Researcher to contribute to WHO ageism campaign

Dr Cassandra Phoenix will support a World Health Organisation project to identify what has worked and hasn’t worked in past campaigns to tackle ageism.

Unlocking the therapeutic potential of nicotine receptors

Our researchers have modified an anti-smoking drug to better target nicotine receptors in the brain.

Call for a Deputy Director at the IMI

Applications are invited for a Deputy Director post in the Institute for Mathematical Innovation (IMI)

Participants wanted for Autism and alcohol study

Alcohol Concern and the University are working together to improve alcohol support for people with autism and want new participants for a study.

ReNEW project meets for the first time

The ReNEW project aims to develop a ‘water fingerprinting’ technology to help mitigate disease

Health damage from cars and vans costs £6bn

A new report from Global Action Plan for Clean Air Day with researchers in our Department of Economics calculates the negative costs of vehicle emissions.

Grant to tackle ageing UK infrastructure

We are part of new £4.8m EPSRC-funded research project

EC funds research into new solar materials

Research and development of a new and potentially low-cost class of solar materials has been given €4 million in funding

Researchers take digital health message to Parliament

Bath academics, investigating how digital technologies are influencing young people's health, presented initial findings at recent Parliamentary event.

Challenging negative body image with art

The art installation, designed by local theatre company with Dr Melissa Atkinson, is on display at Bath Fringe

Historic building energy efficiency

Dept of ACE has developed a new way to improve their energy efficiency without changing their character