Posts Tagged ‘blog’

Referendum: UK votes for Brexit

Academic experts comment on what this means for politics, democracy, the economy & for rest of the EU

IPR - Confronting uncertainty: Changing face of risk analysis

A blog post, coinciding with the IPR conference on campus this week, by Professor Julie Barnett (Psychology) which discusses integrating the consideration of risk into public policy.

Bill Durodié blog: There is no fixed EU to remain in

Read this blog post by Professor Bill Durodié (PoLIS) explaining why "...the European Union is only as strong as the sum of its parts."

In partnership with the auto industry

Read about our plans for a global vehicle research facility in Gary Hawley's post on the new IAAPS Blog

Milner Centre blog: Studying Atlantic cod microbiome in Oslo

Harry Thorpe blogs about combining bacterial genomics expertise at the University of Bath with cod genomics expertise at the University of Oslo.

CSCT Brazilian diaries: Visit to University of Campinas

A blog post by Jamie Courtenay of the CSCT '14 Cohort.

Migration & EU membership - IPR blog by Emma Carmel

Dr Emma Cartmel (Social & Policy Sciences) contributes a blog post to the IPR series of articles which all relate to the BREXIT debate and the EU Referendum.

Impeachment or 'Soft Coup' in Brazil & Latin America?

Dr Ana Cecilia Dinerstein, Social & Policy Sciences, blogs about 'The Revenge of the Right and the state of democracy'.

Professor Nick Pearce's latest IPR blog

Expert comment from the Director of IPR: Notes on age & the 'Super Thursday' election results

I'm a Scientist, get me out of here: Climate change zone

CSCT student Helena Quilter blogs about her experiences: "It’s a bit like X Factor for scientists, where school pupils are the judges."

When will we start debating the future of Europe?

Dr Aurelien Mondon, Senior Lecturer, Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies contributes to the new IPR series of blogs related to the BREXIT debate and the EU Referendum.

Bremain or Brexit? Nick Startin on the EU referendum

I was invited to speak at the European People’s Party’s (EPP) European Ideas Network in the European Parliament (EP) on 'The EU response on the upcoming and possible subsequent events commonly known as Brexit'

IPR blog: The EU debate in Northern Ireland

Blog by Dr Sophie Whiting, Lecturer, Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies.

Blog: Unanswered questions on Brexit

Professor Graham Room, Social & Policy Sciences, writes the next blog in our series on the EU referendum.

Joint activities to raise Bath's profile in Mexico & Colombia

Jo Powell from IRO blogs about a visit to Mexico City and Bogota (Colombia), aimed at attracting students to come and study at Bath.

IPR blog: Basic income & the principles of gender equity

Caitlin McLean, of the Center for the Study of Child Care Employment, University of California-Berkeley, writes a post for the IPR blog.

Building marketing links with Stellenbosch University

Emily Richards (Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences) visits one of our strategic partners with a delegation of five academics to gain an understanding of common areas of research and to establish contacts with marketing and communications staff.

Professor David Nutt discusses Psychoactive Substances Bill

Professor David Nutt is a professor of neuropsychopharmacology, Imperial College London, chair of DrugScience.co.uk, and author of 'Drugs - Without the Hot Air'.

Record employment rates: why is working life not more visible?

Latest blog post from Professor Nick Pearce: Why is the world of work & the experience of working life far less visible in our public discourse & popular culture?

Reactions: EU Referendum - 23 Jun

Bill Durodié & Nick Startin (POLIS) give their initial thoughts to news about EU Referendum