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New guidance from The University of Bath could help autistic adolescents living with chronic pain, get better treatment.
The University of Bath and Lund University data analysis reveals huge delays in dealing with complaints against UK drug companies
New species of duckbill dinosaur found in Africa indicates they were diverse, with at least three species inhabiting north Africa at the end of the Cretaceous.
Fellowships provide a unique opportunity for scientists and engineers to gain first-hand experience reporting at a leading UK media outlet during 2024.
The desire for social recognition means that non-executive directors are failing shareholders – according to new research
Tech developed at Bath has enabled a cybathlete with spinal injuries to control a computer using brainwaves alone and win the global CYBATHLON Challenge.
The Milner Centre for Evolution is dedicated to studying evolution and applying this fundamental knowledge of biology to tackle today’s global challenges.
Dr Geoff Bates from our Institute for Policy Research discusses in The Conversation the impact of Labour scaling back its £28 billion green investment pledge.
The population is due to grow for years to come - says Dr Melanie Channon from our Department of Social and Policy Sciences in The Conversation
Fashion trend does not reflect harsh realities for women linked to Italian mafia, says Professor Felia Alum in The Conversation article
Dr Nick Longrich writes in The Conversation about how new fossils of abelisaurs from North Africa suggest African dinosaurs remained diverse up to the very end.
Professor Ed Feil (Milner Centre for Evolution) explains in The Conversation about new biological entities discovered by Stanford University called obelisks.
We are looking for volunteers to help us learn more about reliably measuring physical activity, diet and glucose levels.
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.
A study to explore the experiences of parenthood of Albanian mothers who have survived human trafficking and modern slavery.
Hear from researchers in robotics engineering, materials science, and clinical teams and learn how soft robotics technology can change the future of healthcare.
Prof Lorraine Whitmarsh MBE will discuss why behaviour change is needed to tackle climate change, and how to achieve it.
Explore how GenAI integration in the university curriculum affects student wellbeing.