New research suggests eating breakfast could 'prime' the body to burn carbohydrates during exercise and more rapidly metabolise foods after working out.
How our research is improving lives and changing the world we live in.
Reports from cannabis users that the drug reduces the symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) may be explained by new research from the University of Bath.
New research in the European Health Journal from epidemiologist Dr Nick Townsend highlights variance in stroke deaths around the world.
New research suggests policy-makers should revise estimates for tobacco affordability to get a clearer picture of the true effects of taxation.
In a new paper published in Nature, researchers review the rapid progress in machine learning for the chemical sciences.
New research from an international team of psychologists, including Gosia Goclowska, suggests that seeking out new experiences can lead to light bulb moments.
Dr Jody Mason from the Department of Biology & Biochemistry has been awarded almost £1M for a project looking at ways to target proteins linked to cancers.
Our Professor of Italian History and Politics, Anna Cento Bull, talks about Italy’s new controversial right-wing Deputy Prime Minister.
Dimo Dimov and Henrietta Sherwin discuss enterprises balancing economic, environmental and social goals, and the Bath research supporting social enterprises.
Our Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology, Laura Smith, talks about the power of emotive images to create social and political change.
Our Associate Professor in Sociology, Ana Cecilia Dinerstein, on the latest victory for global feminism.
Dr Yasin Rofcanin discusses the impact of care-giving on working life, and suggests that there may be positive outcomes to be found.
How Matteo Salvini sacrificed the bid for northern autonomy to save the regional Italian populist movement.
Many initiatives encourage us to talk openly about mental health challenges. Through this study we want to know more about why this is often hard to do.
Take part in our study to learn more about how eating breakfast impacts on your exercise regime and receive a free, tailored, exercise training plan.
If you are aged between 40 to 65, overweight and not currently exercising, take part in our study and receive a personalised diet and exercise plan.
We're looking for adults with and without autism to take part in our research to develop techniques to support those with autism to recall events in interviews.
Our psychologists are looking for volunteers for a new study to understand more about compulsive hoarding.
Take part in our new psychology study and contribute to our understanding of the ageing process and its effect on decision-making.
Professor Marco Bellandi on: The Impact of Globalisation, Technology & New Manufacturing Processes on Industrial Districts; Implications for Industrial Policy
The IPR’s 2018 symposium Feminism, gender equality and public policy. Where are we now? will examine gender equality in politics and policy.
This one-day conference brings together academics and activists to discuss this emerging area of Latin American studies' scholarship.
Bethan Charles, PhD student from the Department of Chemistry, talks about her experiences of engaging the public with her research.
PhD student in our Department for Health, Annaleise Depper, talks about how she is engaging the public with her research and why it's important.
Caroline Hughes, PhD student from the Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering, talks about her experiences of engaging the public with her research.
Winner of the 2018 Vice-Chancellor Award for Public Engagement with Research, Dr Ventsislav Valev, talks about his experiences of public engagement.
Listen to a podcast about the comeback of the right in Latin American politics.
Dr Janet Withall talks about the Retirement in Action study.
Our new feature film from Roy Maconachie and Simon Wharf explores the pathway of a diamond from mine to market, and asks the question, who really benefits?
Take a look at the universe with our Professor of Extragalactic Astronomy, Carole Mundell.
Our research has made affordable, environmentally-friendly houses a reality. The first super-insulated, low-carbon straw houses are hitting the open market.
A late start to puberty can mean talented athletes are overlooked. Our researcher is working with the Premier League to harness young players' true potential.
Alongside Ashwoods Automotive, our researchers have developed a mass-market-ready low-carbon diesel hybrid engine.
The results of REF 2014 confirmed our research excellence - 87% of our research was defined as world-leading or internationally excellent.