Endoscopic devices built to test new coronavirus treatments will probably be ready by August, thanks to cutting-edge research at the University of Bath
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.
Getting hold of a high-grade mask is only half the battle – unless the mask fits snugly, it’s as protective against Covid-19 as a cotton hankie.
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.
Donations of face shields and eye protectors continue as team calls for more help from businesses to keep up pace of production
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.
Blog: Harry Rutter and Adam Briggs discuss how public health policies can reduce NHS demand, improve population health, and limit the impact on inequalities.
Dr Kate Woodthorpe from the Centre for Death & Society writes for The Conversation.
Dr Kit Yates from the Department of Mathematical Sciences and IMI writes for The Conversation.
Andy Rowell from Bath's Tobacco Control Research Group writes for The Conversation on the activities of big tobacco firms in light of covid-19.
Dr Andrew Preston from Bath's Milner Centre for Evolution talks about the challenges of testing for coronavirus.
Debbie Janson, PhD candidate in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, reflects on our project to deliver PPE for local healthcare workers.
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.
Professor Ed Keogh from the University's Centre for Pain Research reflects on the impacts of the pandemic for people around the world with chronic pain.
Dr Kate Woodthorpe from the University of Bath's Centre for Death & Society reflects on what the coronavirus crisis can teach us about life.
The first part in a series of Minerva Lectures, organised by the University's Public Engagement team, focusing on the social and political impacts of Covid-19.
University of Bath experts unravel the complexities of coronavirus (and more) in free online courses and lecturers.
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.
What can we learn from our lifestyle habits during lockdown? Take part in our new Department for Health study.
Our health researchers need volunteers to help understand how homebased exercise can help older adults stay strong and healthy during lockdown.
Health psychologists at Bath will lead the UK part of a new international study to learn more about the mental health impacts of covid-19 and lockdown.