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News, views, and initiatives from our researchers and campus community in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The redeployment and redevelopment of ‘Germ Defence’ can play an important role in changing people’s behaviours and cutting infection, say researchers.
A new blog from our health researchers aims to give those aged 60 and over practical tips and advice to stay healthy and active, even when isolating at home.
The University is providing Royal United Hospital (RUH) with free accommodation for NHS staff who need to isolate from their families, or stay closer to work.
Bath researchers are building innovative devices to access the deepest chambers of the lungs, as part of a major project to find coronavirus treatments.
The University's creativity hub The Edge is live streaming its wellbeing classes as a gesture of support to the wider community during these challenging times.
Senior Lecturer Jo Daniels discusses how we stay safe while simultaneously managing anxiety and stress caused by the proliferation of coronavirus.
First decide, are you an integrator or a segmentor? Then tell your boss and family. New research from Dr Yasin Rofcanin in the School of Management.
Dr Kit Yates, who has been interviewed across radio and TV in relation to the spread of the pandemic, writes for The Conversation on the maths behind covid-19.
Blog: Professor Bill Durodié discusses the importance of returning to normality post-lockdown.
New analysis highlights the power of regular, daily exercise on our immune system and the importance of people continuing to work-out even in lockdown.
University of Bath experts unravel the complexities of coronavirus (and more) in free online courses and lecturers.
Dr Andrew Preston from Bath's Milner Centre for Evolution talks about the challenges of testing for coronavirus.
Dr Shona McIntosh from Bath's Department of Education shares advice for parents looking after kids in lockdown.
Professor Rachel Forrester-Jones, Director of our Centre for the Analysis of Social Policy, talks about the challenges family carers face at this time.
Professor Andy Crane from the School of Management discusses the ramifications of lockdowns for those working in precarious jobs around the world.
Dr Jenny Scott from the Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology discusses how community pharmacies are responding to coronavirus.
Dr Sally Adams from Bath's Addiction & Mental Group discusses people's alcohol intake in lockdown, and why it might be higher than normal.