Our multidisciplinary Beacons empower our research community to tackle major global challenges by building consortia for large-scale funding.
How our research is improving lives and changing the world we live in.
Susceptibility to misinformation and disinformation likely to have played a part in the Leave vote.
The release of the Lancet Pathfinder Commission report by team including the University of Bath’s Prof Lorraine Whitmarsh is a call to action ahead of COP28.
The CDT has almost three times the national rate for engineering and physical sciences PhD graduates working in industry or the private sector.
Remote moderation by video encourages frank discussion
A prestigious new programme is open for applications from the leaders of tomorrow who will champion research tackling global challenges.
The alliance of academic and commercial expertise will combine University algorithm and modelling expertise with Logidot’s Internet of Things (IoT) solution.
Recent psychology graduate, Ben Cachin, reflects on Virtual Reality research at Bath by speaking to researchers leading the way in this area.
Dr Bonnie Pang from our Department for Health writes for The Conversation.
Dr Grace Augustine from our School of Management looks at the number of young people leaving the oil and gas industry due to climate concerns.
Professor Jason Hart writes in The Conversation about the lives of children growing up in the Gaza Strip.
Tamsin McLaren, from the Bath Retail Lab, writes for The Conversation on the rise of Birkenstock and its meaningful moment in the Barbie movie.
Dr Chris Dawson, from our School of Management, writes for The Conversation about why women tend to be more cautious and take fewer risks.
We are looking for volunteers to help us learn more about reliably measuring physical activity, diet and glucose levels.
This study aims to explore the lived experiences of adult children parented by a parent who was a refugee and has experienced war trauma.
We need volunteers to help us explore if consuming a ketone drink for four weeks improves immune, metabolic and cognitive health in adults aged 60 to 80 years.
Join our study that looks at how short periods of carbohydrate restriction impact health, and whether a new mobile health app can help with lifestyle adherence.
We are investigating the sources and prevalence of weight stigma experienced by young women and how it impacts their behaviours.
We need cyclists and/or triathletes to take part in a 12-week research study assessing prebiotic supplementation's impact on carbohydrate use during exercise.
Join us for the launch of our SPHERE Research Centre. The event will include a keynote talk by Professor Holly Thorpe, University of Waikato (New Zealand).
Join the WomenCAN Keynote online by Professor Kalwant Bhopal, Director of the Centre on Research on Race and Education at University of Birmingham.
The event welcomes researchers, patients, carers, NHS staff and anyone with an interest in the evidence base for improving the quality and safety of healthcare.