Professor Neil McHugh is leading a £2 million project into improving the lives of those with the painful arthritic condition Psoriatic Arthritis (PsA).
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The Maio Biodiversity Foundation was set up in 2010 to protect the wildlife on the island of Maio (Cape Verde) and develop a sustainable eco-tourism industry
Bath researchers collaborate with Sapience Therapeutics to find new treatments for cancer cell targets that don't respond to other drugs.
CiteAb, a new impartial citation-based search engine, is shaking up the $2 billion antibody industry.
Attaching electrochemical tags to DNA could allow GPs to diagnose and treat patients in just one visit.
Professor of Chemistry, Matthew Jones, talks about finding a new catalytic route from ethanol to butadiene.
How one researcher is carrying out 'water fingerprinting' to assessing the health status of people and the environment.
Scientists at the University of Bath and Tel Aviv University are working on a new project to improve the properties of plastics made from plants.
By establishing better 'stopping rules' for the clinical trials, mathematicians at the University have made clinical trials faster and more efficient.
Official weather forecasts are being produced faster and more efficiently, thanks to revolutionary technology designed by scientists at the University of Bath.
Special delivery: Chris Budd OBE talks about his prestigious appointment as a Gresham College lecturer.
Find out how a new statistical model developed at the University of Bath is improving forest health monitoring.
Dr Philippe Blondel talks about partnering with Seiche to monitor seismic prospection, and using acoustic tomography to help protect marine life.
Researchers from the Department of Physics have created a new laser capable of pulsed and continuous mid-infrared (IR) emission between 3.1 and 3.2 microns