The accolade reflects a strong performance across the board, ranking fourth in the UK for undergraduate university experience and fifth for graduate prospects.
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CAST’s annual attitude survey reveals that public concern about climate change is growing, despite cost-of-living pressures.
A team from Bath has won a gold medal in the prestigious iGEM competition for developing a bacterial variant that closes the loop on human phosphate use.
A discovery that may improve treatment options for patients with neurodegenerative diseases has been made by scientists at Bath and KCL.
Dr Ruth Webster has been awarded the 2022 Philip Leverhulme Prize for Chemistry.
New research shows how targeted sport for employability programmes in under-served communities are playing a key role in the face of the cost-of-living crisis.
Space scientists may need to rethink how GRBs are formed after research shows supramassive stars sometimes trigger these huge extragalactic bursts of energy.
The new IOC Research Centre focusing on athlete health and injury prevention will draw on long-standing sports science research expertise at both institutions.
Assistant referee Adam Nunn did heat acclimitisation work in the Sports Science Lab to get ready for high temperatures he will experience during the competition
Fellow University of Bath scholar Kate Shortman and coach David McNulty were also honoured as British Swimming reflected on two outstanding years of competition
The debutant and doubles partner Olivia Nicholls were in fantastic form as Great Britain reached the semi-finals for the first time since 1981
The Pentathlon GB duo were honoured for their international achievements during the past year at the UIPM 2022 Annual Awards
The partnership means coaches of student teams at the University of Bath now have access to a whole range of performance-enhancing data about their players.
Dr Mel Channon (SPS) writes for The Conversation.
Dr Chao Fang visiting (research fellow in the Centre for Death & Society) and Dr Sam Carr (Department of Education) write for The Conversation.
Dr Sarah Glozer and PhD Emily Jane Godwin co-author for The Conversation on the implications for moderation of content following Musk's Twitter takeover.
Professor Ed Feil writes in The Conversation about a new study tracking the transfer of antibiotic resistant bacteria from the environment to humans.
Department of Social & Policy Sciences PhD candidate, Robert Donoghue, writes for The Conversation.
Dr Christina Demski from the Department of Psychology 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.