Posts Tagged ‘research’

Scientists penalised by motherhood, shows research

New research from the School of Management, presented at today's Royal Economic Society Conference, highlights a 'motherhood penalty' for female scientists.

Scientists penalised by motherhood

New research from the School of Management highlights a 'motherhood penalty' for female scientists

Sleepwalking into a mass extinction: The most biodiverse aquatic communities may be the most vulnerable to extinction

Species that live in symbiosis with others, which often occur in the most delicately balanced and threatened marine ecosystems such as coral reefs, are the slowest to recover their diversity if damaged, according to a team of scientists including researchers from the Milner Centre for Evolution at the University of Bath.

Fossils found of giant flying creatures wiped out with the dinosaurs

Fossils of six new species of pterosaurs, giant flying reptiles that flew over the heads of the dinosaurs, have been discovered by a team of researchers led by the Milner Centre for Evolution at the University of Bath.

Students describe their research in a limerick

Doctoral students at the University of Bath have been challenged to use their rhyming skills to describe their PhD research on social media in the form of a limerick.

Battery research to help super-charge electric vehicle revolution

Researchers from our Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies are part of a consortium of academic and industry partners awarded Government funding to improve battery technology.

PhD student awarded fellowship for stroke prevention

Anneka Mitchell was granted £180,000 to fund her research on the effectiveness of anticoagulants, commonly known as blood thinners.

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Activism pushes companies to be political

The Army's new campaign uncovered

Open banking set to shake up UK financial services

Evolution acceptance in children linked to aptitude, not belief

In contrast to adults, acceptance of evolution in schoolchildren in the UK is linked to their scientific aptitude rather than conflicts with belief systems, say scientists at our Milner Centre for Evolution.

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Wildlife conservation needs effective governance more than GDP or space

Protecting an area for wildlife can work—but only if there is robust political governance. That’s the research conclusion of twenty-three years of bird counting by an international team of researchers, including a scientist from the Milner Centre for Evolution at the University of Bath and published in the journal Nature.

Dogs get the Hollywood treatment to make animal animations more realistic

Researchers are working with Bath Cats and Dogs Home to create a library of movement data from different dog breeds, to make animal animations in films and video games more realistic.

More realistic animal animations

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

Simple water test could prevent crippling bone disease

Researchers from our Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies and Water Innovation & Research Centre have developed a simple colour-changing test for fluoride levels in water that tell you if the water is safe to drink. They are working with charity The Nasio Trust to develop a test that can be used in remote areas of Africa where high levels of fluoride in the drinking water causes the crippling bone disease fluorosis.

University celebrating art and research

The Edge joined with Arts Council England for an event to look at collaborations between art and research

University celebrates collaboration between art and research

The University's art centre The Edge joined with Arts Council England for a special event on Tuesday 31 October, looking at collaboration between art and research and its success stories.

New PE start-up fund launched

The Public Engagement Unit has launched a brand new funding call to support researchers