Archive for the ‘Research’ Category

Tobacco industry monitoring centres convene in Bath

Tobacco industry monitoring centres convened on campus last week for an intensive training session run by our Tobacco Control Research Group.

Gender and Fairtrade film up for top award

A film by Roy Maconachie & Simon Wharf has been nominated for a national Learning on Screen Award

Challenges in energy & healthcare

Apply to attend a GW4 research sandpit to develop research collaborations and specific project proposals

Symptoms of ADHD can be beneficial

Hyperactivity and impulsiveness can be an advantage when it comes to entrepreneurship

What 'masochistic' wearable tech says about desire for choice

There is a growing appetite for technologies that take control of consumers' lives and place limits on the choices available.

Health impact: wobbly bridges & sky-scrapers

The impact on people’s health & well-being of vibrations from very tall buildings & wobbly bridges

21 top papers for British Science Week

To mark Science Week, the Library highlights some of the great science papers authored by Bath researchers

Spring Budget: T-levels, apprenticeships & industrial strategy

An IPR blog post by Dr Felicia Fai, Senior Lecturer in Business Economics and Director of Widening Participation and Outreach in the School of Management

Volunteers with anxiety-related conditions needed

We are trying to learn more about the factors which may encourage or discourage people with anxiety disorders to choose or choose not to seek help with the NHS and/or a mental health charity organisation such as Triumph Over Phobia (TOP UK).

It's absolutely priceless; nothing like it

We asked academics what they're most looking forward to at Bath Taps into Science Festival this weekend

Still time! Images of Research deadline: 5pm on Mon 20 March

Our annual public engagement campaign challenges researchers to choose one image that communicates the impact of their research.

Where is the Dark Matter in distant galaxies?

New observations of galaxies forming 10 billion years ago show they are dominated by 'normal' matter, with so-called 'dark matter' present in much smaller quantities than expected.

The Hard Brexit road to Scottish Indyref2

Nick Pearce, Director of IPR, blogs about the call of a second Scottish referendum only three years after the first one.

50th showcase shines spotlight on future of social work

Tonight's 50th Anniversary event will focus on the future for social care and social workers on both sides of the Atlantic.

We're supporting start-ups at new Bristol Science Incubator

We have teamed up with Unit DX, a new laboratory space and science incubator, to provide early-stage science companies at the Bristol facility with access to Bath’s suite of cutting-edge research instrumentation through a sample processing service.

Why it's worth taking part in 3 Minute Thesis

Previous participants talk about the benefits of participating in 3MT & their advice for success

What resilience should mean to policymakers

Dr Kemi Adeyeye, Senior Lecturer in Architecture & Civil Engineering, writes for the IPR blog.

Silent voices and the conflict in Burma: Tue 14 Mar

Realities of universal basic income

A new IPR Working Paper assesses the policy options available in implementing universal basic income

Northern Lights research helps satellite tech

New insights into Aurora Borealis provide chance to develop improved satellite technology for aircraft