Researchers receive funding from Policy Support Fund awarded to the University from Research England to link with policy research priorities and opportunities.
Research & Innovation Services (RIS)
We help researchers develop proposals, run projects and disseminate their findings.
University of Bath is awarded a KTP with Chipside Ltd to develop software for AI analysis of driver behaviour to assist local government with vehicle mobility.
The successful applicants for the GW4 Crucible 2022 will explore ‘Building Back Better: Interdisciplinary Approaches To Mental Health And Wellbeing Research’.
The UKRI has launched a survey to better understand how impact is being embedded into research proposals and is open for your input until 4 February.
The STEM Ambassador Hub for the West of England and the Institution of Engineering and Technology are looking for volunteer STEM Ambassadors for event series.
The IMI has provided consultancy work for The FA to determine a mathematical equation for the most improbable wins of the Emirates FA Cup Third Round.
A launch event for the University's new Change Champions programme for developing your leadership skills to effect change.
Research Professional is pleased to invite you to a series of live online broadcast training sessions.
RIS will be hosting a general drop-in session on 15 February where members of RIS teams will be available to offer support for a research grant proposal.
Find out how to prepare your budget, and the internal approval processes, for research funding applications using PAM, our internal costing system.
Find opportunities so you can apply for research funding, including from the University, Europe, internationally and the Research Professional database.
Request a financial contribution from the University towards the purchase of equipment, as part of your research project.
Our multidisciplinary Beacons empower our research community to tackle major global challenges by building consortia for large-scale funding.
Find out about the support available for you and your research project and how to apply for it.
Important information for financially administering your research project.
University of Bath staff, SETsquared Bath companies, and visitors can use the Engine Shed Members' Lounge, free of charge for meetings.
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships is a UK-wide programme funded by Innovate UK, enabling businesses to improve competitiveness, productivity and performance.
Consultancy guidance for providing expert advice to businesses and organisations, on a range of industrial or commercial problems.
How to commercialise the outcomes of your research, including protecting your intellectual property and disclosing your inventions to the University.
We offer work space, business acceleration and inspiration for high-growth companies and the entrepreneurs that create them.
Supporting any researcher, no matter their discipline, to engage and share your research with the pubic.
Information and resources to support you with Knowledge Exchange and engagement with external organisations.
Find out what resources, support and tools are available to help you with identifying and evidencing the impact of your research.
Find out about and apply to the Impact Acceleration Account (IAA), which provides funding to develop the impact from your EPSRC funded research.
Find out how to apply to the University Impact Fund, to help you achieve and evidence the impact of your research.
Information and news about all research policy and governance matters that may have an impact on research staff or their research.
Information on the Research Excellence Framework (REF) for assessing our research.
Researchfish collects information about the outcomes of your research, for demonstrating impact and value to funders.
The University Research Committee has endorsed a system of internal peer review, to support researchers in translating ideas into externally funded proposals.
How to manage your research data to comply with University policy.
How we make sure our research meets the highest ethical standards including guidance, resources and contact information.