Bath embryologists find that after fertilisation, mouse embryo genes are switched on in a pre-set order and that the triggers responsible are linked to cancer.
How our research is improving lives and changing the world we live in.
The Fellowship is awarded “for achievements in nonlinear optics & chiroptical nanomaterials, plasmonics, & nano-photonics".
A new programme aims to extract useful information from huge, complex datasets. Bath mathematicians will be building models to identify big dataset anomalies.
Survey of over 2,000 adults in the UK identifies potential pitfalls of science communication.
EnsiliTech has raised £1.2 million in pre-seed funding to refine technology that allows vaccines to be stored without refrigeration.
New study led by the Milner Centre for Evolution suggests polygamy increases the efficiency of natural selection by reducing harmful mutations.
The new Institute for Sustainability will focus on sustainable chemical technologies and sustainable systems.
Learn how our research is helping to level the playing field, uncover hidden talent, reduce injuries and support the stars of the future.
Learn how logistics research at Bath is speeding up cancer treatment, improving vaccine supplies, cutting airline delays and streamlining warehouse deliveries.
In episode two of our Research with Impact podcast, Roland Pease discusses big data and digitisation with three of the University’s world-leading experts.
Professor Margaret Heffernan tackles the UK Department of Education's assertion that young children should start thinking about future jobs and careers
Professor Phil Tomlinson discusses the wave of strikes in the United Kingdom in The Conversation's round-up of global industrial unrest.
Professor Matthew Wills (Milner Centre for Evolution) writes for The Conversation.
Antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria that evolve in farm animals are not easily transmitted to humans, Prof Ed Feil and colleagues find.
Dr Nick Longrich (Milner Centre for Evolution) writes about how our world might look now if dinosaurs still roamed the planet.
Professor Ed Feil (Milner Centre for Evolution) is leading a GW4 alliance project to monitor the transfer of anti-microbial resistance genes between bacteria.
Health researchers at Bath want participants to help them evaluate the effectiveness of a new lifestyle app, iKOALA, to help manage knee osteoarthritis.
Organisers of a Virtual Study Group are looking for scientists to take part in a workshop to help solve Covid19 safety challenges faced by the events industry.
We are looking for volunteers to take part in exciting new research investigating how a single bout of exercise might free up stored vitamin D from fat tissue.
Take part in this study comparing different foot orientations on knee joints during daily activities. You'll receive a biomechanical report for taking part.
Part of the 2022-2023 Minerva Lecture Series
Doctoral student Habib Wardak shares his story as a refugee from Afghanistan, and Professor Timo Kivimäki discusses the myth of refugees as dangers to society.
Professor Jonathan Haskel and Stian Westlake join us to discuss their latest book 'Restarting the future: How to fix the intangible economy'.
Dr Emma Carmel and Dr Katharina Lenner (SPS) with Dr Regine Paul (University of Bergen) explore key themes and discussions from their new book about migration.
In this BBC broadcast, Dr Juliana Holley from Architecture discusses Niemeyer's rule-breaking work.
Professor Rachel Forrester-Jones talks about her research, her motivations for doing it and the wider work of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Policy.
Listen to Dr Thomas Curran discuss perfectionism for TEDMED. He highlights how it develops and its impact on mental health.
Dr Ana Dinerstein (Department of Social & Policy Sciences) speaks about the success of her book and the movement for change it’s inspiring around the world.