Researchers say changing human behaviour key to foiling cyberattacks.
How our research is improving lives and changing the world we live in.
The new study suggests policymakers face a tight balancing act in encouraging growth in technologies, whilst ensuring parts of society do not feel left behind.
Pioneering initiatives from CAAR to improve access and opportunities for the autistic community are singled out as part of UUK’s #MadeAtUni campaign.
The new APPG on Social Integration report, launched this week at the University’s Institute for Policy Research, highlights division between the ages.
The inaugural lecture, in memory of former Bath student Beatrice Godwin, takes place during ‘Dying Matters Awareness Week’.
The study brought together carers online in an effort to better understand and unpick their experiences of loneliness.
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.
Dr Abbie Jordan writes for The Conversation on the challenges young people face when dealing with chronic pain.
The history, future and worrying sacrifices of humanity's search for everlasting life.
Sarah Glozer, Senior Lecturer in Marketing, Business & Society, explains the dangers of digital advertising.
We're looking for volunteers to take part in a study exploring how exercise improves vitamin D and health in adults who are above their ideal body weight.
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.
Listen to Erzsébet Bukodi and John Goldthorpe discuss their recently published book 'Social Mobility and Education in Britain: Research, Politics and Policy'.
In this inaugural lecture, Professor James Betts presents insights from recent research into human nutrition and how this affects metabolism and physiology.
In this session, Professor George R Lucas Jr will debate whether (and how) lethal autonomous weapons can be regulated and developed from an ethical standpoint.
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.