From flexibility to placements and multiple career options, there are lots of reasons to study natural sciences at Bath. Here are our top 5.
Our Natural Sciences courses offer a special environment for studying several sciences alongside students specialising in their subject.
Current students talk about the benefits of studying Natural Sciences at Bath.
Samad blogs about his current placement with Edwards Vacuum.
Natural Sciences graduate Helen Mylne talks about her fascinating work researching elephants in Zimbabwe.
Natural Sciences student Bea Perks researched a placement outside her degree's field, and made significant discoveries.
Sophie Ward on how studying Natural Sciences at Bath helped her prepare for a research career in coastal oceanography.
Natural Sciences graduate Mike Hutton tells us about his role as a metallurgist at the engineering firm Hatch in Perth, Australia.
First analysis combining genetic and physical differences of populations of gentoo penguins indicates they should be treated as four separate species.
For the first time, scientists have added microscopic tracking devices into the interior of living cells, giving a peek into how development starts.
Scientists at Bath are collaborating on a major project that aims to transform the treatment of dangerous infections and ‘inoperable’ cancers.
Scientists have developed a new, lightweight magnet that outperforms all its molecule-based predecessors.
Astronomers find X-rays lingering years after landmark neutron star collision.
Researchers at Bath and UCB have found a way to produce miniaturised antibodies, opening the way for a potential new class of treatments