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Innovative aerial drones use cement-like materials developed at Bath
A study from CAST finds that whilst climate anxiety is low amongst the UK public, it may be an important driver of climate action such as cutting down on waste.
An international team of researchers has discovered that a new mammalian gene evolved to control an equally new structure in our nerve cells.
Researchers from the Milner Centre for Evolution have found that gut bacteria co-evolve with their hosts.
A new study suggests that autism diagnosis could be improved with a greater focus on the differences in emotional needs between women and men.
Injury prevention experts at the University will partner with the University of Calgary (Canada) in a major project to improve player safety for girls’ rugby.
The squad has an average age of just 22 and features an exciting blend of returning stars, international players and new faces.
The seven gold, 17 silver and nine bronze came across three different sports and included a record-breaking seven individual medals for swimmer Tom Dean.
The SPAR Proteas squad stayed on campus during their five-day training camp at the Team Bath Sports Training Village.
The Pentathlon GB athlete, who trains at Team Bath, produced another storming laser-run to go mighty close to winning a second gold medal in as many weeks
Rhys Thompson and alumna Gemma Howell are in the home squad, while University of Bath Head of Judo Adam Hall is part of England's coaching team
The players and coaches stayed and trained on campus as they stepped up their preparations for the 2022 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand
Dr Stephen Hall from the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies, writes for The Conversation.
Dr Kerry Papps from the Deparment of Economics writes for The Conversation.
It’s not the first time Jews have felt it necessary to flee Russia, but the invasion of Ukraine has led in the fourth wave of exiles in the past hundred years.
Dr Ben Radley from the Centre for Development Studies writes for The Conversation.
How a yeast fed on waste could take a seat at the dinner table – and curb deforestation.
A multi-disciplinary team from Bath is developing the world's first portable device that detects synthetic drugs.
Technology to make vaccines stable in all temperatures by encasing them in silica – simple sand – is being developed by chemists at the University of Bath.
As we become ever more reliant on digital technology it can feel just a matter of time before we fall victim to cyber crime. Researchers take on the threat.
Our research is helping to reduce smoking and save lives by informing public policies, including via the introduction of standardised packaging for cigarettes.
Growing meat instead of rearing animals to eat could radically change our diets. At Bath, we're leading on making it work at scale.