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  • Addiction and Mental Health Group (AIM)

    We aim to reduce the impact of addiction and mental ill-health on individuals and communities. Our research informs the public, policy and clinical practice.

  • Algebra, geometry, and number theory

    Our research covers topics in group theory, representation theory, Lie algebras, algebraic and differential geometry, and analytic and algebraic number theory.

  • Analysis

    Our research spans the analysis of PDEs, calculus of variations, dynamical systems, operator theory, pseudo-differential operators and semiclassical analysis.

  • Astrophysics

    We study exploding stars, growing galaxies and feeding black holes in an expanding Universe.

  • Bath Babylab

    Our research explores how infants and young children see and interact with the world around them. We're interested in the factors that impact their development.

  • Biotechnology

    Advancing knowledge and delivering products and solutions with medical, industrial and agricultural impact, via study and use of molecules, cells and organisms.

  • Cancer Research at Bath

    Our mission is to improve cancer patient outcomes by fostering links between Bath’s scientists and clinicians.

  • Child Mental Health and Development

    We examine key questions relating to mental health, wellbeing and development in children and young people, including a focus on intervention research.

  • Crossmodal Cognition Lab

    We are interested in how we use our brains to perceive the world around us. Our focus is multisensory perception and cognition.

  • Digital Lives

    Our research group investigates how and why people and groups interact with digital technology and the psychological impact it has on their lives.

  • Econometrics

    We focus on time series and panel data econometrics for the analysis of macroeconomic and financial data.

  • Evolution and biodiversity

    Applying evolutionary concepts to fundamental questions in biology with a drive to address real world challenges through research, education, and outreach.

  • Governance of Institutions and Systems

    A Research Theme dedicated to the understanding of the nature and evolution of political, market and social institutions and their role on economic welfare.

  • Healthy Later Living Network

    An interdisciplinary research network of leading academics, helping people remain independent, productive, active and socially connected for longer.

  • Innovation and Productivity

    A Research Theme dedicated to the study of the drivers of innovation and how innovation translates into productivity in the economy.

  • Learning, Pedagogy and Diversity

    Our research explores learning, pedagogy, curricula and knowledge development and how education can enhance social justice and contest social inequalities.

  • Nanoscience

    We research how quantum mechanical and thermodynamic properties of molecules, nanostructures, multilayers and glassy materials can be modified.

  • Neuroscience network

    An interdisciplinary group from psychology, biology and biochemistry, pharmacy and pharmacology, physics and computer science and local hospital research teams.

  • Politics of Culture and Memory

    Our research focuses on different forms of identity, cultural difference and expression in order to understand what makes a fair society and how to build one.

  • Social and Cultural Cognition (SCC)

    Our research covers various areas in social psychology to understand social and cultural cognition and its underpinnings at both individual and societal levels.

  • Social Determinants of Health

    A Research Theme exploring the wider drivers of health, wellbeing and behaviour. We study economic resources, education, the environment and social networks.

  • Statistics

    We specialise in environmental and epidemiological statistics, sequential clinical trials, Bayesian statistics, smoothing and functional data analysis.

  • Sustainable Living

    A Research Theme that helps to encourage people and societies to move towards lifestyles that have lower adverse impacts on the environment.

  • Tobacco Control Research Group

    Our multidisciplinary, international research group examines how companies influence health and policy; and evaluates and provides evidence for policy change.

  • Visual computing

    We work at the intersection of computer vision and computer graphics.