Bath clinical psychologists have published advice for practitioners on responding to health anxieties among children and young people resulting from COVID-19.
Funding will lead to creation of ‘early warning system’ tracking the spread of the virus in wastewater in Lagos and Cape Town
A new four-month project involving Bath’s Jason Hart and Luisa Enria launches this week focusing on the impacts of coronavirus for refugee communities in Gaza.
Bath researchers are building innovative devices to access the deepest chambers of the lungs, as part of a major project to find coronavirus treatments.
Scientists at the Milner Centre for Evolution looked at the evolution of the virus that causes Covid19; their findings could help the design of a new vaccine.
Production of vital protective equipment for RUH staff and healthcare workers passes landmark figure
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.
Blog: Professor Nick Pearce discusses COVID-19, global trade, and the opportunity for a new global order.
A review into the mental health impacts of loneliness on young people concludes that there could be a spike in demand for services in the years to come.
Dr Kate Woodthorpe from the Centre for Death & Society 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, Reader in Biology and Biochemistry, on a swine flu virus circulating in China with the potential for pandemic spread.
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 Shona McIntosh from Bath's Department of Education shares advice for parents looking after kids in lockdown.
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.
The second part in a series of Minerva Lectures, organised by the University's Public Engagement team, focusing on the science of the virus.