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Siblings Jasmine and Jemma talk about studying FdSc/BSc (Hons) Sport (Sports Performance) and playing competitive netball for Team Bath.
Aanchal Rana talks about how being a dentist in India during the COVID-19 pandemic has led her to study MSc Global Public Health and Policy at Bath.
Ronjan Bhattacharya explains his plans to continue working in sport following the MSc Sport and Exercise Medicine at the University of Bath.
A new study by Dr Darragh McGee and colleagues for the Journal of the British Academy explores the proliferation of online gambling across Sub-Saharan Africa.
A new study has highlighted the prevalence of subsidiaries of major global tobacco companies revealing conflicts of interest around public health.
As France prepares to host the Rugby World Cup 2023, a new University of Bath - Mastercard report highlights ways in which the sport is a global force for good.
A study from Dr Sheree Bekker and colleagues in Canada and in Nottingham has been recognised for its global ‘research impact’ and ‘team science’.
The programme will focus on musculoskeletal injuries and design and implement strategies to reduce the health burden impacting Navy Sailors and Royal Marines.
Our research promotes wellbeing and enhances functional performance.
Phil Chamberlain and Allen Gallagher from Bath's Tobacco Control Research Group write for The Conversation.
Dr Bonnie Pang from our Department for Health writes for The Conversation.
Karl Morgan from the Department for Health writes for The Conversation.
Listen as Polly joins Brian Cox and Robin Ince, with Sally Gunnell, Prof Ben Garrod and comedian Russell Kane to discuss the limits of human endurance.
Help us understand the views of primary school teachers, parents, and stakeholders on in-school physical activity data of primary school pupils.
We need volunteers to take part in our study investigating patterns of physical activity behaviour in older adults (60+).
We need volunteers to help us investigate the relationship between physical activity and the biomarkers of cartilage synthesis and breakdown.
Join our study that looks at how short periods of carbohydrate restriction impact health, and whether a new mobile health app can help with lifestyle adherence.
We are looking for volunteers to help us learn more about reliably measuring physical activity, diet and glucose levels.
Over 100 people attended a screening of Prof Roy Maconachie and University filmmaker Simon Wharf's new film, produced in collaboration with TCRG, at the M-Shed.
The University of Bath climbed the rankings in this year’s prestigious Guardian University Guide 2024
The Faculty has improved its position in a number of subject areas, according to the Complete University Guide 2024.
Four of the Faculty’s subject areas are among the top 100 in the world, according to the QS World University Rankings By Subject 2023.
The first event delivered by the Sport@Bath initiative took place this month showcasing Bath's sporting success across research, performance and education.
The charity committed to reducing the incidence and impact of injury in sport has partnered with leading sports scientists from Bath’s Department for Health.
98% of our submitted research activity for Sport & Exercise Sciences, Leisure & Tourism was rated world-leading or internationally excellent in REF 2021.