Archive for the ‘Research’ Category

Forcing the social care shake up

Once confined to academic circles, intergenerational issues in social care are the focus of a popular TV show

Thermal propulsion systems

The future of the internal combustion engine is a topic that always inspires intense debate

Successful Reaction Monitoring Symposium

Should we fix Universal Credit?

In this blog Professor Jane Millar asks if we can fix Universal Credit and if we can, should we?

IPR blog: What next for Zimbabwe?

Dr Simon Milligan (Dept. of Social and Policy Sciences) looks at the anatomy of a non-coup

Can you summarise your PhD in a limerick?

Research project recognised by RIBA

The Healthy Housing for the Displaced project was named the winner of the RIBA Research Award ‘Housing’ category

New database improving policy making

Researchers from the IMI and the Department of Social & Policy Sciences have been working with UNICEF

New study tackling online child sexual abuse

A new report will call for swift action to stem a dramatic increase in online abuse cases seen recently

Reading Mein Kampf, misreading education by Dr Aurelien Mondon

Brexit and the Irish border explained

Dr Sophie Whiting takes two minutes to explain how Brexit will affect the Irish border

Attention bias in complex regional pain syndrome

Breakfast is changing our fat cells

Regular breakfasts affect our body's fat cells by decreasing the activity of genes involved in fat metabolism

How Chronic pain affects Europe

Of the 750 million people in Europe, 20% of them will experience chronic persistent pain

UK Industrial Strategy needs more

The latest IPR blog says the UK's Industrial Strategy needs to be more than repackaged pet projects

African business schools must tackle corruption

Business schools in Africa must equip future business leaders with political skills, if business education is to play a significant role in combating systemic corruption, says research from our School of Management.

Mark Ricketts on Process Champions

Process Champions are taking on real process challenges at the University of Bath

Nick Startin launches Handbook of Euroscepticism

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More realistic animal animations

Staff are working with Bath Cats & Dogs Home to create movement data from different dog breeds

Are cooking fats affecting clouds?

Fats released into the atmosphere may be enhancing the cloud formation, cooling the planet