University researchers seek couples in Wandsworth and Richmond for new study to shed light on how the crisis has exacerbated inequality at home and work
Data collection and computer simulation help NHS managers improve the efficiency of Covid-19 vaccination process and prevent avoidable disruption.
A new study suggests that despite considerable adversity, many people have also experienced positive effects in lockdown as a result of a less frenetic life.
‘Make-at-home’ pulse oximeter that can help track Covid-19 symptoms shared by Bath engineers
Bath engineering staff create 200k pieces of PPE during six-month project
New research analysing user data of the website Germ Defence highlights the continued, critical importance of breaking chains of virus transmission at home.
Dr Kate Woodthorpe from our Centre for Death & Society looks back on a tumultuous year.
Dr Andrew Preston, Milner Centre for Evolution, talks about the set-up in local schools to enable testing for pupils.
Professor Lorraine Whitmarsh, Director of the Centre for Climate Change & Social Transformations, reflects on the impact of the pandemic on the environment.
Dr Asel Sartbaeva talks about vaccine developments and the challenges of cold store.
Professor Ed Feil from the Milner Centre for Evolution talks about the development of coronavirus and its potential mutations.
Bath clinical psychologist Dr Jo Daniels talks about the toll on mental health from covid uncertainties this year and ways to feel better.
Dr Kit Yates writes for the Conversation a year after the first UK COVID lockdown.
Blog: Dr Matteo De Tina and Dr Ian Corrick examine the macroeconomic policy response to the pandemic in the UK and its future implications.
Paul Gregg writes on how we move beyond the symbolic ritual of #clapforcarers towards future policies that truly value our key workers with higher wages.
New Conversation article from Dr Kit Yates.
Asel Sartbaeva (Chemistry), Ben Ainsworth (Psychology), Andy Preston (Milner Centre) and Brad Evans (Chair, PoLIS) consider the science behind the pandemic.
David Galbreath (PoLIS), Jennifer Thomson (PoLIS), Nick Pearce and Brad Evans (Chair, PoLIS) discuss the many social and political implications of the virus.
Bruce Morley (Economics), Eleonara Fichera (Economics), Andy Crane (Management) and Brad Evans (PoLIS, Chair) discuss the economics of COVID-19.
Hear from Caroline Hickman and Elouise Mayall on the pressing need for action on climate change and some of the psychological impacts the pandemic is having.