A University of Bath scientist has for the first time developed a way of monitoring alterations in the aquatic system by listening to microalgae communicating.
How our research is improving lives and changing the world we live in.
Aviation is set to reach new heights thanks to a novel plastic which is tougher, weighs less and is cheaper to construct, developed by the University of Bath.
The 2018 public engagement awards were an opportunity to celebrate the efforts of our community who engage diverse audiences with their research.
An app, developed by Professor Paul Stallard and now adopted by NHS Digital, is making important inroads in helping young people manage urges to self-harm
Researchers from right around the University submitted entries for this year's public engagement competition - the tenth year it's run.
Alzheimer’s Society staff came to campus to celebrate the work the University does to combat dementia and a new research grant from the charity to researchers.
Researchers at the University of Bath have measured systematically how efficiently molecules suppress activity of a protein associated with prostate cancer.
Research from Roy Maconachie suggests that it's international traders rather than local communities who are the beneficiaries of Sierra Leone's diamond mining.
The main impact of Brexit on international trade is uncertainty, writes Dr Maria Garcia of the Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies.
In order for megaprojects to realise value, business-leaders, policymakers and academics need to work together in a so-called ‘Golden Triangle’.
Rachel Hiller and Sarah Halligan from the Department of Psychology discuss how parents can provide the best support for children following a traumatic event.
Gareth Wiltshire, Lecturer at the Department for Health, champions the benefits of the free, worldwide park runs.
Facebook is limiting access to archived public messages, many of which have significant public interest roles, writes PhD Researcher Tristan Hotham.
Many initiatives encourage us to talk openly about mental health challenges. Through this study we want to know more about why this is often hard to do.
Take part in our study to learn more about how eating breakfast impacts on your exercise regime and receive a free, tailored, exercise training plan.
If you are aged between 40 to 65, overweight and not currently exercising, take part in our study and receive a personalised diet and exercise plan.
We're looking for adults with and without autism to take part in our research to develop techniques to support those with autism to recall events in interviews.
Our psychologists are looking for volunteers for a new study to understand more about compulsive hoarding.
Take part in our new psychology study and contribute to our understanding of the ageing process and its effect on decision-making.
Part of the Minerva Series of Lectures. Simon Ellard explains how the Royal Air Force plans to commemorate, celebrate and inspire on its centenary year.
Find out what it's like to study at the University without having to set foot on campus.
Eight students have battled their way through University heats to present at our University 3MT final.
Dr Jason Hart explores the politics of immigration in this new short explanatory video.
Dr Janet Withall talks about the Retirement in Action study.
Listen to Dr Janet Goodall talking about the important differences between learning, education and schooling.
Dr Felia Allum talks about organised crime in Naples, explaining the link between Italian culture and crime and where fact ends and fiction begins.
Scientists at the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies have developed a much safer way of making biodegradable plastic from sugar and carbon dioxide.
Scientists from our Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies explain how they developed biodegradable cellulose microbeads from a sustainable source.
Our new feature film from Roy Maconachie and Simon Wharf explores the pathway of a diamond from mine to market, and asks the question, who really benefits?
Take a look at the universe with our Professor of Extragalactic Astronomy, Carole Mundell.
Our research has made affordable, environmentally-friendly houses a reality. The first super-insulated, low-carbon straw houses are hitting the open market.
A late start to puberty can mean talented athletes are overlooked. Our researcher is working with the Premier League to harness young players' true potential.
Alongside Ashwoods Automotive, our researchers have developed a mass-market-ready low-carbon diesel hybrid engine.