All Research News
X doesn’t always mark the spot - 27 September 2013
Research from our Department of Biology & Biochemistry has found a greater number of ‘escaping genes’ on the X chromosome than have been previously detected, with implications for the understanding of mental impairment in humans.
Why ibuprofen may stop cancers from developing - 25 September 2013
Latest research by scientists from our Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology has shown why the anti-inflammatory drug ibuprofen might stop certain cancers from developing.
Alzheimer's Research UK funds new dementia study - 25 September 2013
Dr Giordano Pula from our Department of Pharmacy & Pharmcology has just been awarded £29,000 by Alzheimer’s Research UK to study vascular complications of Alzheimer’s disease.
Bath researchers’ scrummaging design shortlisted for national design award - 23 September 2013
Academics from the Department for Health have been shortlisted for a national design award for equipment they developed to measure the impact of the rugby scrum.
Bath hosts launch conference of new healthcare innovation network for West - 18 September 2013
Delegates from health organisations, universities and industry from across the West attended the launch conference of the new West of England Academic Health Science Network (WEAHSN) hosted on campus yesterday.
New charity sows the seeds for better food security - 17 September 2013
A new charity based at the Universities of Bath and Warwick will use expert knowledge of plants to develop crops for the future and tackle the global issue of food security.
Mainstreaming of the extreme right 20 Sept - 17 September 2013
Public dialogue to fuel debate on the future of bioenergy - 16 September 2013
On Tuesday 24 September, researchers from the University of Bath will run a workshop at the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution to gauge public opinion on how and whether bioenergy should develop