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Bath SETsquared company, Ceryx Medical, is recognised for their work which uses bioelectronics based chip technology to mimic nerve centres.
Science Minister Chris Skidmore has unveiled a commemorative plaque at the University’s new £70m Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems (IAAPS).
2018 was another incredible year for Bath SETsquared member companies, with a total investment raise of £15 million from private investment and grant funding.
The University of Bath has recently held the city’s first networking event for the automotive industry.
The University of Bath will train a generation of experts in accountable, responsible and transparent AI by leading a new Centre for Doctoral Training.
The University hosted a regional event with the West of England Combined Authority (WECA) to look at innovative opportunities for mobility in the region.
Delegation from Bath visited Monash to attend the official signing ceremony.
Our Chancellor, HRH The Earl of Wessex, met leading Chinese businesses at an event in Shanghai and Bath alumni at a reception in Hong Kong.
HRH The Earl of Wessex met some of our Indian alumni to celebrate our successes, grow our network and meet some of the country’s brightest students.
A University of Bath event brought government, business and academic speakers together to explore the ‘Golden Triangle’ of collaborative working.
The prospect of attending university or applying for a job can be scary for anyone, but autistic people have particular challenges, says Professor Mark Brosnan.
A collaborative research project between the University of Bath and Wessex Water investigating using algae as a natural and sustainable way to treat wastewater.
Bringing members of the research, business and entrepreneurial communities together for an evening of celebration, inspiration and building connections.
Fostering the development of basic research into therapeutic diagnostics and innovation, and translation into biotechnology.
The "Ageing Society Network" will bring together academia, local government and industry to address the latest challenges within the Health sector.