This is the place staff should go to for all essential information relating to the University and Covid-19.
News about the launch of the Research Data Management Adventure, a text adventure that might just help you manage your research data a little better.
A new mobile app – Stories Online for Autism – co-developed by our Centre for Applied Autism Research and members of the autism community is launched today.
Information to help you understand what is changing and how the University will be operating from Wednesday 2 December 2020.
Developmental psychologist Dr Nathalia Gjersoe was one of the key scientific advisors helping shape and inform the new global TV series on child development.
Twice a year Student Switch Off launch their national online Climate Quiz and this term Quads Chestnut placed 4th in the national quiz.
No-deal Brexit likely to raise cigarette and tobacco prices.
"The University is so proud of the resilience of our students and how they have shown so much hard work in completing their studies this year."
James Scott, former long-standing CEO of the Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust, has received an honorary degree for his contribution to the NHS.
TDF project leader Dr Alexander Lunt shares his project's progress, his TDF experience and challenges he’s faced in light of the current Covid-19 situation.
Find out about the RAEng Research and Engineering for Development Fellowships together with the new internal process for selection and support of candidates.
A practical, interactive webinar exploring how to manage teams which operate remotely or a mix of on and off campus.
Find out about the services affected by upcoming IT maintenance.
Due to our bi-annual SAMIS upgrade, the service will be unavailable from Sunday 13 until Thursday 17 December.
A reminder that Cleveland Bridge (near the Bath end of London Road) will no longer take lorries over 18 tonnes. Alternative routes are available for deliveries.