Dr David Liptrot will take up the new post from the start of October.
How our research is improving lives and changing the world we live in.
Professor Mitchell will receive the 2019 Edward Appleton Medal and Prize in November
Scientists show sperm that haven't acquired short RNA chains during development can still produce healthy mice pups
Professor Rob Price from the Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology has sold the analytical services and pharmaceutical development business he founded.
A new study has suggests much more needs to be done to improve the evidence base for treating chronic pain in children.
The University has been recognised for its commitment to openness and transparency around the use of animals in research.
Researchers at the University of Bath have developed a new way of designing and manufacturing bespoke prosthetic liners, in less than a day.
Dr Nicholas Startin writes for the University Association for Contemporary European Studies blog about the recent European election results.
Charareh Pourzand from the Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology writes for The Conversation about the dangers of homemade sunscreen.
In an opinion piece for Newsweek, Professor Brad Evans unpacks the global reaction to the fire that devastated Notre Dame cathedral.
Emma Carmel, from our Department of Social & Policy Sciences, writes about the government's plans for the UK's immigration system.
Dr Aurelie Charles writes for The Conversation on the outcomes of the recent international climate change conference in Poland.
We need volunteers to help us show that exercise can improve vitamin D levels and overall health, and that we don’t need to lose weight to get these benefits.
We're looking for people who are interested in doing more physical activity to help us evaluate personalised feedback from wearable monitoring technology.
This project aims to understand more about when mental health problems might be seeming to reoccur in people who are in recovery from psychosis or anxiety.
Volunteers needed for a new study examining the link between social context and perceptions of similarity between self and others' abilities.
Part of the Minerva Series of Lectures.
Register for a one day research seminar on social protection for PhD students from the four GW4 universities, SWDTP and IDS (University of Sussex).
This year’s Institute for Policy Research (IPR) symposium will be on the topic of This is Tomorrow, addressing some of the ongoing debates affecting our future.
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.
Find out about the ESRC-funded project, led by Professor Julie Barnett in our Department of Psychology working with partners around the UK.
Watch a video about the collaborative initiative highlighting issues around body image in contemporary society.
Dr Janet Bultitude from the Centre for Pain Research explores the science of pain and why it might affect us all differently.
Bethan Charles, PhD student from the Department of Chemistry, talks about her experiences of engaging the public with her research.
We talk to Dr Katie Maras about her work in establishing new techniques to allow the police to effectively interview autistic people.
A manifesto for change written by Bath academic Dr Ana Cecilia Dinerstein is inspiring a new generation around the world to think differently about politics.
Our research has made affordable, environmentally-friendly houses a reality. The first super-insulated, low-carbon straw houses are hitting the open market.
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.
The results of REF 2014 confirmed our research excellence - 87% of our research was defined as world-leading or internationally excellent.