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Researchers need office workers to test whether a new device could help foil cyberattacks
The University of Bath is delighted to announce that spin-out company, Bath ASU, has been acknowledged with the prestigious Queen’s Award 2019.
Professor Mitchell will receive the 2019 Edward Appleton Medal and Prize in November
This international event brought together multiple disciplines from the clinic, industry and academia to address unmet medical needs.
GKN announces the University amongst collaboration partners for the new £32m GKN GTC, which sees the renewal of Professor Richard Butler's Research Chair.
Bath SETsquared company, Ceryx Medical, is recognised for their work which uses bioelectronics based chip technology to mimic nerve centres.
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.