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Bath Taps into Science - Wow, what a week!

From 11-18 March 2017, the Bath Taps into Science festival reached out to almost 8,500 people in 59 different events - thank you to all staff involved

Awards for outstanding support staff

Nominations are now open for the annual Staff Recognition Award & a Special 50th Award

Getting the most out of Research Relationships: Mon 27 Mar

In this workshop researchers will look at different aspects of successful relationships in a research context, bringing in some useful theories that can help us to be more effective and confident in managing difficult conversations and influencing and negotiating with others.

Local Year 9 students study languages at university

Students from three local secondary schools recently descended on campus to see what it’s like to study languages at university.

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.

Winning student video: 'What is Engineering?'

Students were tasked to create a short, educational video to inform school children of what engineering is.

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.

Jan Bartu awarded Hon Doctorate

GB Pentathlon performance director receives Honorary Degree at a special dinner at Bath’s Guildhall

Letter from Steve Egan: Brexit update

Support is available for our staff and students as the UK prepares to withdraw from the EU

Building update: Polden accommodation

Preparation works for the Polden accommodation block are now well underway.

Planning & leading projects: Tue 9 May

Project Management training for those involved in proposing and gaining approval for projects or leading project teams

Prof Daron Acemoglu (MIT) receives Honorary Degree

Professor Acemoglu is is a world-leading economist, known for his work on the importance of institutions for economic development.

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

'The fight for beauty' with Dame Fiona Reynolds: 27 Mar

Former Director-General of the National Trust Dame Fiona Reynolds will speak on the importance of conserving beauty at the Institute for Policy Research (IPR).

One Young World comes to Bath

We are hosting a conference for young leaders, which will empower them to make positive change

One Young World Conference comes to Bath

This weekend we play host to the One Young World Conference with input from our students and researchers to inspire positive and sustainable change.

Empowering students to speak up against sexual harassment

The University and Students’ Union are teaming up on an innovative new project to empower the student community to help prevent sexual harassment and violence.

Gender and Fairtrade film nominated for top award

A film produced by Roy Maconachie and Simon Wharf has been nominated for a top national award.

Aurelien Mondon: French National Front has been "very clever"

Aurelien Mondon comments in an article on The Daily Beast titled: "Who the hell would vote for Marine Le Pen?"

East car park partial closure: Wed 22 Mar

The BUCS (British Universities & Colleges Sport) 'Big Wednesday' event is taking place at the STV on Wednesday 22 March.

Challenges in energy & healthcare

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

The Simpsons & their mathematical secrets: Thu 23 Mar

Simon Singh delves amongst the cartoon drawings for the mathematical secrets hidden in the series.

David Galbreath re-appointed as Dean

Council approves the re-appointment of Professor David Galbreath as Dean of Humanities & Social Sciences

Ethics approval process is now electronic

Research active academics please note: the new Electronic Ethics Form & approval process is now live

Proud to receive ‘elite’ accreditation by UK Anti-Doping

University Director of Sport Stephen Baddeley said: “At a time of high-profile doping cases, the commitment to honest competition needs to be more robust than ever before so we will not be resting on our laurels – it is vital we continue to raise awareness of clean sport and ensure our athletes, students, coaches and staff continue to make the right choices.”

Western airpower & the myth of risk-free airstrikes: 23 Mar

Investigative journalist Chris Woods examines recent airpower conflicts, measuring what we publicly know against claims by militaries and governments - and showing that risk free warfare remains a myth.

Join us at our tenth Let's Talk staff meeting

Our next open staff meeting takes place on Thursday 6 April at 11.15am in the Arts Lecture Theatre

Symptoms of ADHD can be beneficial

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

How to overcome Imposter Syndrome: Mon 27 Mar

If you have ever doubted your ability, or thought, "I just got lucky this time", “I worry that others will discover how little I know” or “I only got that opportunity because people were being kind to me”, this is an indication that you have experienced Imposter Syndrome.

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.

Futures Day inspires Year 8 & 9 students

Local students attend Futures Days to help plan their Key Stage 4 options and future career pathways.

PhD student takes cell research to Parliament

PhD student Natalie Vaughan won a Bronze Award when she attended Parliament to present her bioscience research part of STEM for BRITAIN on Monday 13 March.

Health impact: wobbly bridges & sky-scrapers

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

Impact of wobbly bridges and sky-scrapers on human health to be tested in government-funded research centre

The impact of vibrations from very tall buildings and wobbly bridges and floors on people’s health and well-being is to be researched in a new £7.2 million government-funded national research facility.

IT maintenance affects Mech Eng research storage: Tue 7-9am

Research Storage for Mechanical Engineering will be unavailable due to an upgrade.

UK Anti-Doping 'Clean Sport' event on campus

Clean Sport, a programme led by UK Anti-Doping whose mission is to create a culture of clean sport and encourage elite athletes to play a key role in achieving this, will be taking place across campus on 20 and 21 March.

ISEE: All electric aircraft - the future of aviation: Tue 21 Mar

An I-SEE seminar led by Peter Wilson, Professor of Electronic and Systems Engineering

University of Bath scientist takes her research to Parliament

PhD student Natalie Vaughan won a Bronze Award when she attended Parliament to present her bioscience research part of STEM for BRITAIN on Monday 13 March.

Warning: Bike thieves targeting secure shelters

In recent weeks the campus has been targeted by cycle thieves who have stolen a number of high value cycles from various locations, including secure cycle shelters.

21 top papers for British Science Week

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

Our 50th Festival is shaping up

Our community festival on Saturday 6 May is shaping up to be yet another day to remember!

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).

People with ADHD can turn symptoms to their advantage as entrepreneurs

Hyperactivity and impulsiveness are symptoms that pose daily challenges to people living with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), but new research shows that they can be beneficial when it comes to entrepreneurship.

Do you engage hourly paid workers?

3 April 2017 will see the launch of a new online process for hiring hourly paid workers

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.

Phishing scams are becoming ever more sophisticated

Research Fellow Emma Williams (Psychology) has co-authored an article on cyber security for The Conversation.

Media Training – TV and Radio: Tue 21 Mar

This course will build your confidence in giving radio and TV interviews, and explaining your research to a non-specialist audience in a limited time (which will stand researchers in good stead for other career situations like conferences and public debates).

Disruption to traffic between 2S & 3S: Fri 17 Mar

Sorry for inconvenience - BT Openreach will be carrying out cabling work.

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.

Distant galaxies are dominated by gas and stars - where is the Dark Matter?

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.

HE exhibition on campus: 3 & 4 April

6,000 visitors will be arriving by coach & minibus; please avoid travelling to work by car if possible

Twitter Counter hack advice and response

Signpost your students to the Writing Centre

The Writing Centre is launching new drop-in times to offer further support during lunch time periods

HE exhibition on campus: 3 & 4 April

6,000 visitors will be arriving by coach & minibus; please avoid travelling to work by car if possible

Tech Enhanced Learning Survey: results & action plan

During the summer/autumn of 2016, academic staff in the Faculty of Engineering & Design completed a Technology Enhanced Learning survey to inform planning so the Faculty Learning Technologists can better support teaching staff.

Catering for diverse faith traditions on campus: Thu 28 Mar

We invite all staff and students of faith (or none) to participate in this workshop. (Book free lunch - diversity@bath.ac.uk or ext 3568 by 22 March)

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.

Hilarious evening of science cabaret: Thu 16 Mar

Geek comedian Steve Cross hosts some of Bath’s top science, comedy and performance talent in a night of clever chaotic cabaret.

Anniversary 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.

Well done to all our Bath Half stars!

What an achievement! Over £15k raised already. Huge thanks to runners, helpers and donors

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.

Tax changes: Fitness & Parking Plus

The UK Government has announced limits on salary sacrifice arrangements from April 2017

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.

Learn how to do mail merges in Word: Fri 23 Mar

Free IT training course open to all staff.

Brexit’s global spillover: trade, aid & migration

Dr Maria Garcia (PoLIS) was commissioned to write an article on impacts of Brexit on third parties for the International Peace Institute's Global Observatory.

New electronic research ethics process

Research active academics: in mid-March we will launch our new Electronic Ethics Form & approval process

University of Bath to support start-ups at new Bristol Science Incubator, Unit DX

The University of Bath has teamed up with Unit DX, a new laboratory space and science incubator in Bristol. The Instrument Link is a new service developed to provide early-stage science companies at the Bristol facility access to Bath’s suite of cutting-edge research instrumentation through a sample processing service.

Professor Tess Ridge receives OBE

One of our leading social scientists, Professor Tess Ridge, has been made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to social sciences at an event held in Buckingham Palace presided over by Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge.

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

SDPR for education & research staff: Fri 7 Apr

The session will work chronologically through the SDPR process, explaining the aims of the different steps, and discuss some case studies that illustrate the kinds of issues and conversations that may arise.

New research on Northern Lights will improve satellite navigation accuracy

Researchers at the University of Bath have gained new insights into the mechanisms of the Northern Lights, providing an opportunity to develop better satellite technology that can negate outages caused by this natural phenomenon.

Report details policy costs of implementing universal basic income

A new IPR Working Paper assesses the policy options available in implementing Universal Basic Income in the UK.

Top up on carbs before and during run to reach finish line quickly

New research from the Department for Health suggests topping up on carbs both before and during a run to hit the finish line quickly and avoid hitting the wall.

It’s not what sport kids play but how they play it that matters

A new Conversation article from PhD Researcher Ioannis Costas Batlle (Education).

Phishing attempt: Email regarding payroll

Dawkins’ fabled cooperative gene discovered in microbes

Geneticists from the Universities of Manchester and Bath are celebrating the discovery of the elusive ‘greenbeard gene’ that helps explain why organisms are more likely to cooperate with some individuals than others.

New international partnership with India

Memorandum of Understanding with Indian School of Management & Entrepreneurship

Research staff:what improvements you would like to see?

The Research Staff Working Group is interested to hear about your experiences of working as a researcher at the University and what improvements you would like to see happening for research staff.

Study gives clues to causes of Motor Neurone Disease

Scientists at the University of Bath have made further progress to understanding the role of one of the proteins that causes the neurodegenerative disorder Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) (also known as Motor Neurone Disease), and Parkinson’s Disease.

Study says top up on carbs before & during marathons

New research from the Department for Health suggests topping up on carbs both before and during a run to hit the finish line quickly and avoid hitting the wall.

Department Open Day

Following the success of the 2016 event, we hold our second ever collaborative Department Open Day

Dawkins’ fabled cooperative gene discovered in microbes

Geneticists from the Universities of Manchester and Bath are celebrating the discovery of the elusive ‘greenbeard gene’ that helps explain why organisms are more likely to cooperate with some individuals than others.

Study gives clues to causes of Motor Neurone Disease and Parkinson’s Disease

Scientists at the University of Bath have made further progress to understanding the role of one of the proteins that causes the neurodegenerative disorder Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) (also known as Motor Neurone Disease), and Parkinson’s Disease.

Pessimism may sustain gender pay gap

Women have lower expectations of their pay prospects while men overestimate theirs

Take part in our study & learn more about decision-making

With this study we want to understand more about the developmental changes that take place as we age, so we can look towards the ways in which these challenges might be mitigated.

DATE CHANGE: Supporting PhDs in distress: Tue 28 Mar

This workshop is aimed at supervisors who, as part of their role, may be approached by students experiencing distress.

Research Rocket - healthy futures

This year's Research Rocket celebrated the contributions our early career research community

Struggling with Excel? Help is here! Fri 17 Mar

Feel free to bring questions about spreadsheets you're working on

IPR blog: Is reform of social care doomed?

Professor Nick Pearce, Director of IPR, responds to the Budget.

Please share your thoughts on our Library

The survey takes around 10 mins to complete and in return you could win a Kindle Paperwhite e-reader.

Bath men’s 1st XV are just one win away from Twickenham

The University of Bath men’s 1st XV had a dramatic 20-19 victory in Tuesday’s BUCS Rugby Championship quarter-final at Durham University.

Female pessimism about pay could sustain the gender pay gap

Efforts to end the gender pay gap could be thwarted by the tendency for women to be pessimistic about their earning potential, shows new research from the University's School of Management.

Bath subjects in world’s top 100

Six of our subjects are in the world’s top 100 according to the QS World University Rankings released this week.

The need to move towards a more sustainable society

Dr Caroline McFarlane from the Department of Chemical Engineering writes about why she worked to develop our new MSc in Sustainable Chemical Engineering.

Chance for PGR students to have their say

The PGR Experience Survey helps us identify ways to enhance the learning & supervision experience

Welcome to new staff who joined us in February

The new starters update gives the name, job title & department of all new members of staff who started with us in February 2017. Enjoy your time at the University!

Ever fancied creating a stand for Bath Taps?

Advice from Dr Araxi Urrutia, who started off as a spectator at the Bath Taps into Science festival

Making your office moves easier

Moving locations can be stressful so Computing Services have introduced an 'Office Move Request' form to the IT Help portal to make one element of the process more straightforward.

Lecturer runs Bath Half in memory of son

Dr Chris Martin (Pharmacy) is hitting the streets to raise money for Sands stillbirth & neonatal death charity

Staff & students can see Bruegel exhibition for free at Holburne

The Holburne Museum is hosting the UK’s first exhibition devoted to the Bruegel dynasty, which reveals the originality and diversity of Antwerp’s famous artistic dynasty across four generations through 29 works, including masterpieces from the National Gallery, Royal Collection Trust, the National Trust, the Fitzwilliam Museum, the Ashmolean Museum and the Barber Institute of Fine Arts.

Have a look at our new facilities in 4 East South

A brief video tour of our new facilities for Architecture & Civil Engineering students in 4 East South.

Sensors – diagnostics for sustainable healthcare: Wed 12 Apr

The Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies (CSCT) brings together expert speakers from the UK and Europe along with researchers at the CSCT to present the latest developments in sustainable healthcare technologies with a particular emphasis on sensors.

Pharmacy lecturer to run Bath Half Marathon in memory of his son

This weekend a pharmacy lecturer will be hitting the streets in the Bath Half Marathon in memory of his son.

Training - Nuts & bolts of managing people: Mon 3 Apr

An introduction for all new line managers on the responsibilities and processes involved in managing people at the University.

PhD students host mini-conference & build strong GW4 links

Postgraduate students from the Department of Physics recently hosted a mini-conference as part of the Bristol, Bath, Exeter and Cardiff student seminars (BBECss).

Bath Farmers Market - on The Parade: Thu 9 Mar

The University and the Students' Union will be hosting their first Farmers Market on the Parade from 11am on Thursday 9 March, with a variety of stalls including fruit, veg, meat, bread and fudge.

Jane Millar blog: Benefits, income tests, overpayments & debts

Professor Jane Millar is a member of the Institute for Policy Research (IPR) Leadership Team, in addition to her role as Professor of Social Policy.

The Milner Centre for Evolution update

Potential disruption in coming weeks in relation to the construction of The Milner Centre

Roller derby is mashing up gender norms in sport – here’s how

Simone Fullagar, Professor in Sport & Physical Cultural Studies writes for The Conversation

Conducting an effective SDPR review: Mon 27 Mar

This workshop will enable you to conduct effective reviews for those you line manage by focusing on the purpose and principles of an effective review conversation.

'Supercharged' day of family fun at the Royal Institution

CSCT students take some of their energy exhibits to family fun day at the Royal Institution

SDPR - Getting the most out of your review: Mon 27 Mar

This workshop to help those who are being reviewed to understand their role in this two-way process, gives delegates the opportunity to consider the objectives and benefits of performance review; explore the process and consider what they might wish to do in preparation for their review meeting.

Vice-Chancellor recovering from operation in the RUH

The Vice-Chancellor has been admitted to hospital at the Royal United Hospitals Bath (RUH) for emergency surgery. She is now recovering from her operation and is doing well.

Consultation on draft Athena SWAN action plan

The University Self Assessment Team has been meeting since May 2016 towards the creation of our draft Athena SWAN action plan and supporting documentation.

IPR blog by Prof Nick Pearce: Sea-changes in World power

Professor Nick Pearce has written a blog post following Donald Trump’s speech at the Newport News shipyard, and his pledge to expand the US Navy fleet to 350 ships.

Environmental diversity in architecture

7 Mar: Professor Koen Steemers will give a presentation after he receives an honorary degree

Applying for an Alumni Fund grant?

Come along to a drop-in session with the Alumni Fund team on Tue 7 Mar from 12 till 2pm

A new way to teach children about eating disorders

Dr Emma Rich & Professor Simone Fullagar (Health) coauthor an article for The Conversation UK

Andreas Kyprianou blogs for EPSRC

Growing capability in Statistics and Applied Probability: as seen from Bath

Students hope experiment will go to Moon

Three Aerospace students are finalists in an international competition - The Lab2Moon Challenge

Promoting the NSS to your finalists

This year’s NSS is now underway - Please encourage your students to complete the survey

Section of Quarry Rd to close from Mon 6 Mar

A new entrance to the West car park, which is currently under construction, will be in use. If you want to access the eastern side of Campus, please use the main entrance on Convocation Avenue, off Claverton Down Road.

Responsible Research Assessment and Management

Responsible Research Assessment and Management

We have recently launched a set of principles outlining our approach to research assessment and management including the use of quantitative metrics.

Quick actions stop major incident on campus

Bath Taps into Science is back: bigger & better

The award-winning Bath Taps into Science festival returns to educate & entertain: March 11-18

Residential Life & Wellbeing Service

New confidential service offering emotional support, practical advice & social activities to all students

Bath welcomes Yonsei researchers to workshop

A recent workshop developed collaboration in advanced separation and catalysis between researchers at Bath and Yonsei University, Korea.

Bath research informs Scottish government

Prof Alma Harris met with Scottish government as part of the International Council of Education Advisers

Education research informs Scottish government

Professor Alma Harris (Department of Education) was in Edinburgh this week for meetings with the Scottish government as part of the International Council of Education Advisers (ICEA).

Web update from Council on 23 February 2017

A summary of the issues discussed at the recent Council meeting.

Get help making a healthy lifestyle change

Our Department for Health has developed a new health programme and need help in testing its effectiveness.

Managing change (for managers & supervisors): Tue 21 Mar

This course is suitable for Managers and Supervisors with experience of managing change who wish to further develop their change-management skills.

Virtual hybrid vehicle research

New project to test different aspects of distributed hybrid vehicle powertrains in a real-time virtual environment

Bringing engineering to the Basil Spence project in Oxford

Blog post by Civil Engineering student Zach Wynne who was part of the Basil Spence winning team this year

Bath part of new project connecting virtual hybrid vehicle research

The University of Bath is part of a new three year project to investigate the feasibility of testing different aspects of distributed hybrid vehicle powertrains in a real-time virtual environment.

Volunteer to cheer at the Bath Half!

Support Team 50! Cheer on our staff & student runners and help them fundraise for charity on Sun 12 Mar

The customer can have what they can afford

Latest blog from Julian Buchanunn, Computing Services.

Team Bath Gym expansion - Have your say!

New £3.5m state-of-the-art gym is being built: Help us shape the future of fitness at the University of Bath

TEDxBathUniversity Conference returns: 18 Mar

Buy your ticket now for the annual TEDx conference taking place on campus on Saturday 18 March.

Bath students hoping to send their experiment to the moon

Three Aerospace Engineering students from the University of Bath are finalists in an international engineering competition, with the winners sending their experiment to the moon.

Bath Taps into Science is back bigger and better than ever

The award-winning Bath Taps into Science festival returns with a bigger and better programme than ever before between March 11-18 2017.

Take a quick tour of our Elec Eng lab facilities

Fairtrade Fortnight events from 27 Feb to 12 Mar

The University is hosting a variety of events, activities and giveaways over the next two weeks to celebrate and raise awareness of the importance of Fairtrade.

Conversion calling campaign

Our first ever conversion calling campaign is well underway: 4,000 calls made to prospective students

Busy first week at City Learning Commons

Our new Learning Commons & Cafe at The Virgil Building received 1,700 visits in its opening week

IPR: Labour’s weakness leaves Tories free to do as they please

An article by Professor Nick Pearce, Director of IPR, that first appeared in the Financial Times.

Vacancy for Head Usher at graduations

Could you help our graduation ceremonies run like clockwork? Please apply by Fri 24 Mar

Olympic champ Heather swaps rowing for marathon running

Heather Stanning, double Olympic rowing champion and University of Bath graduate, is swapping her oars for running shoes as she trains for this year’s London Marathon in aid of the Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI).

Dons of a different kind – THE features Felia Allum (POLIS)

John Elmes, fron the THE, interviews our academic researching the Camorra about Kalashnikovs and pizza, investigating a closed community, and how she stays safe.

Free online course: How new apps help children with autism

Free, four-week, online course, run by Psychology, aimed at improving support for children with autism

Brave new world: Digital Marketing MBA Masterclass

Sophie Miles, Marketing Officer, writes for the Research Marketing blog.

Join us for Research Rocket 2017

Thu: Find out how our early career researchers are making a difference by creating healthy futures

Daron Acemoglu to receive hon degree & give lecture: Wed 1 Mar

the author of 'Why Nations Fail' will be giving a talk titled: The balance of power - the race between state & society

JP Morgan investing in our students

JP Morgan's new scholarship programme ‘Winning Women in Technology’ will support 10 Bath scholars per year

Innovative online course to support children with autism

Our latest MOOC from the Centre for Applied Autism Research will help parents and practitioners support young people living with autism.

Funeral details for Dr Darrell Patterson: Fri 3 Mar

The service will take place at Holy Trinity Church, Combe Down, at 11am on Friday 3 March.

From tech start-up to world class - & made in the UK: Thu 9 Mar

Mike Lynch will discuss the issues in creating a multi-billion dollar tech business out of the UK, going from start-up to scale up to world domination, at our London hub: 83 Pall Mall.

Accolade for Uni at Bath Life Awards

Bath Life announced a ‘special achievement award’ for our contribution to Bath & the local community

Sugar linked to Alzheimer’s disease

Scientists have shown that excess glucose damages a vital enzyme involved in the early stages of Alzheimer’s

Mental Health First Aid course: 27 & 29 March

This course is aimed at all staff, particularly those that support students' well-being, who want to increase their knowledge, confidence and skills in dealing with mental health awareness and disorders.

Get active with our latest health study

Receive a free, tailored exercise training plan as part of our study into the effects of breakfast on exercising

@Home with ERC adv grants, IRO funding & MSCA fellowships

RIS' next information-packed@Home session will take place on Thursday 2 March when three upcoming funding calls will be discussed.