A new study by an international team of researchers including Professor Ed Feil from the Milner Centre for Evolution has been published in Science
How our research is improving lives and changing the world we live in.
The impact of terrorism on post-traumatic stress may be less significant than we thought, argue the authors of a significant new Lancet Psychiatry study.
Dr Fiona Gillison writes for The Conversation on the effectiveness of the National Childhood Measurment Programme.
Scientists from the University of Bath have helped to figure out why shoals of fish flash silver by studying how shiny silver cells are created in zebrafish.
Bath is leading a £4.8M consortium to develop catalysts for sustainable manufacturing and help promote a circular economy
The heart-warming C4 programme returns bringing together old and young in an experiment to tackle social isolation which involved Professor Malcolm Johnson.
A new study from our School of Management shows optimistic thinking is leading people to set up businesses that are doomed to fail.
Professor Nick Pearce, IPR Director writes on the IPR Blog.
Research Associate in International Development, Jeremy Wildeman, writes for The Conversation on the diplomatic row and wider implications for the region.
Our Professor of Italian History and Politics, Anna Cento Bull, talks about Italy’s new controversial right-wing Deputy Prime Minister.
Dimo Dimov and Henrietta Sherwin discuss enterprises balancing economic, environmental and social goals, and the Bath research supporting social enterprises.
Our Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology, Laura Smith, talks about the power of emotive images to create social and political change.
Our Associate Professor in Sociology, Ana Cecilia Dinerstein, on the latest victory for global feminism.
The links between caffeine, physical activity and mood will be examined by a new University study.
Two cities, twelve venues, 100 researchers, one night - join us at FUTURES.
Many initiatives encourage us to talk openly about mental health challenges. Through this study we want to know more about why this is often hard to do.
Take part in our study to learn more about how eating breakfast impacts on your exercise regime and receive a free, tailored, exercise training plan.
If you are aged between 40 to 65, overweight and not currently exercising, take part in our study and receive a personalised diet and exercise plan.
We're looking for adults with and without autism to take part in our research to develop techniques to support those with autism to recall events in interviews.
This talk explores how The Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011 changed attitudes towards the spirits of the dead in Japanese society.
Dr Patricia Gorgojo from the University of Manchester will present examples of performance improvement due to graphene oxide in various mixed matrix membranes.
In this guest lecture, Jane Galbraith from the Chartered Institute of Linguistics, will discuss her career as a linguist and the benefits of being chartered.
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.
PhD student in our Department for Health, Annaleise Depper, talks about how she is engaging the public with her research and why it's important.
Caroline Hughes, PhD student from the Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering, talks about her experiences of engaging the public with her research.
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.
Our research has made affordable, environmentally-friendly houses a reality. The first super-insulated, low-carbon straw houses are hitting the open market.
A late start to puberty can mean talented athletes are overlooked. Our researcher is working with the Premier League to harness young players' true potential.
Alongside Ashwoods Automotive, our researchers have developed a mass-market-ready low-carbon diesel hybrid engine.
The results of REF 2014 confirmed our research excellence - 87% of our research was defined as world-leading or internationally excellent.