Archive for the ‘None’ Category

The Quads wins silver for Best Accommodation

The British Educational Travel Association recognised our flexible student accommodation at the British Youth Travel Awards.

Staff Spotlight on... Abbie Jordan

Abbie from Psychology has just won ‘I’m a Scientist, Get Me Out of Here!’

CSCT Blog: Tackling Palm Oil with Rainforest Foundation Norway

Out of the Research Lab and into the Fjord - CSCT student Rob Hicks visits Rainforest Foundation Norway to work on the issue of palm oil

How will Brexit impact the UK’s international status?

Dr Wali Aslam from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies writes for Chinese media CGTN.

Three IMI students win prize for their undergraduate research posters

Over a hundred people dropped by to see the Institute for Mathematical Innovation's poster display of undergraduate research internship projects.

Update on Claverton Masterplan

Emerging Masterplan summary published

Sex and gender differences in pain lecture

Join us for this inaugural lecture where Professor Ed Keogh will discuss his 20 years of research investigating the factors explaining men and women’s pain.

Drop in dance classes on campus every Monday evening

Start your week with dance, open to staff, students and the general public.

Professor Roehrich on building a responsible supply chain

Jens Roehrich, professor of supply-chain innovation in the School of Management, comments on building responsible supply chains.

Every little bit helps

Helping to save the environment with your help.

IT maintenance affects printing

Wednesday 5 September, from 6:00 am until 9:00 am

Staff Mobility in Europe

Read about Sian's experience in Sweden, and how you can take part in 2018/19

PoLIS welcomes international researchers

Social and political scientists will be in Bath this week for the 48th Annual Conference of the University Association for Contemporary European Studies.

Timescale for the origin of all of life on Earth

New study suggests life originated on Earth a lot earlier than previously thought

The CSCT PhD Himalayman: Newton-Bhabha Placement

CSCT PhD student Martyn Bennett blogs about his experiences in India while he visits IIT's Metabolic Systems Biology Lab.

Our next Open Day needs your help!

Our first Undergraduate Open Day of the new academic year takes place on Saturday 15 September 2018.

Fresh evidence on tobacco smuggling

New TCRG studies out today via the BMJ's Tobacco Control.

University of Bath's Visitor - His Honour Judge Barry Cotter QC

His Honour Judge Barry Cotter QC has been appointed by the Privy Council as Visitor of the University.

AI could make dodgy lip sync a thing of the past

New video editing technique could save time and reduce costs for the film industry.

Eating breakfast burns more carbs during exercise and accelerates metabolism for next meal

New research suggests eating breakfast could 'prime' the body to burn carbohydrates during exercise and more rapidly metabolise foods after working out.