Injury prevention experts at the University will partner with the University of Calgary (Canada) in a major project to improve player safety for girls’ rugby.
How our research is improving lives and changing the world we live in.
This discovery of plesiosaur fossils in an ancient riverbed suggests some species, traditionally thought to be sea creatures, may have lived in freshwater.
Largest ever study into the health effects of different types of cannabis highlights concerns about stronger forms of the drug.
New research shows why VAR isn't always accurate enough to judge offside moments.
Professor Laurence Hurst from the Milner Centre for Evolution finds solution to the mystery of why most human embryos die young.
The study, authored by our Centre for Development Studies, drew on children and caregivers’ experiences of neglect in Jordan and the Gaza Strip, Palestine.
Our sports scientists have become embedded within British Skeleton’s Applied Science Programme as the team prepare for both Beijing 2022 and Milan Cortina 2026.
Children with pain are better able to live full lives because of the research conducted by our Centre for Pain Research.
Drawing upon our research, global organisations have been able to make decisions on climate change, for the future.
Using metal powder laser melting, our research on industrial 3D printing has helped to improve processes and develop new products with our industrial partners.
Through space-based communication research we’ve influenced public policy and security. Our algorithms help keep GPS systems functioning and accurate.
Event facilitates links between business leaders and academic researchers, showcases student start-up successes
Professor Ed Feil (Milner Centre for Evolution) explains in The Conversation what we know about the latest outbreak of monkeypox.
Professor Andrew Crane, from our School of Management, writes for The Conversation.
After months of volatility, energy costs for the average household in the UK will increase by £693 this year. Dr Bruce Morley writes for The Conversation.
Adding a particular class of antioxidant to sun creams could help provide more powerful protection against damage from UV radiation than existing ingredients.
Dr Ricky Kanabar (SPS) contributes to a new article for The Conversation focusing on pensioner poverty in Britain.
We will likely live longer, and become taller and more lightly built. We’ll probably be less aggressive and have smaller brains. Biology explains why.
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.
This breakfast-based intervention measures how breakfast protein and carbohydrate content influence health through energy intake and energy expenditure.
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.
University of Bath Professor Chris Bowen discusses the future of energy harvesting and new sensors.
The Annual Finance Conference, hosted by the University of Bath School of Management. Submission Deadline: 30 June 2022
Join the 2 day International Composites summit in London the summit will will focus on strengthening the worldwide supply chain for composites.
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.