Researchers in our Physics and Pharmarcy & Pharmacology Departments are using a pioneering technique to study the properties and characteristics of our skin, in tests that could pave the way for new treatments for dermatitis, and for an improved understanding of the skin aging process.
Glen Cooper from our Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology was recently named as the winner of this year’s Royal Pharmaceutical Society Prize.
The University’s new Centre for Networks and Collective Behaviour will be officially opened next week at a major two-day event to address how connectivity generates complex behaviour in different areas of the natural world and human society.
PhD students from the Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology researching new ways to prevent relapse in people with an opiate or cocaine dependency won prizes at this year’s European Opioid Conference.
The next Science Café on Monday 13 May will explore the science of colour in biology, and a major international research effort to reveal the extent of ingenuity and engineering expertise with which nature has been controlling the flow of colour for millions of years.
Scientists from our Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology are part of an international research team to develop a group of new flu drugs that should avoid the problem of drug resistance.
Martin Rowland, from our Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology, won the Pat Burnell New Investigator Award at the international Drug Delivery to the Lungs conference (DDL 23) in Edinburgh last month.
Professor John Westwick, a former Chair of Pharmacology at the University, and Head of the Department, has been awarded an honorary degree by the University.
Bath is one of only nine UK universities to have been selected to take part in BP’s new scholarship programme for talented science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) undergraduates. In its first year, the programme will provide ten scholarships for Bath students, each worth £5,000.