This is the place staff should come to for all essential information relating to the University and Covid-19.
Complete this survey from the University's Research and Knowledge Exchange Committee Working Group on research development support and peer view activities.
Leading sociologist, Lynn Prince Cooke, is recognised for the excellence and impact of her work and its wider contributions to the social sciences.
The University has been awarded funding from Research England’s Quality Research Strategic Priority Fund (QR SPF) for high-quality, collaborative research.
The staff Work and Wellbeing Survey closes on 2 March. Don't miss your chance to have your say, complete the survey today and help us plan for the future.
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) is conducting a survey into the Electrochemical Sciences research area which closes on 8 March.
The Institute of Coding is supporting an inclusive national pivot to digital by helping people skill up for these jobs
There will be no network connectivity on Sunday 28th February between 6am and 11.59pm
‘Make-at-home’ pulse oximeter that can help track Covid-19 symptoms shared by Bath engineers
Maria Loades, Ola Demkowicz, Pamela Qualter and Roz Shafran explain loneliness in young people and identify steps that can help students as restrictions ease.
Information on the University's plans in response to the UK Government's announcement on Monday 22 February.
If you’re a member of staff, you now have free access to the national Covid-19 testing programme at the University.
Information on how we will operate under national lockdown restrictions from January 5 2021.
A talk from Nicky Hoskyns, CEO of Etico The Ethical Trading Company, based in Nicaragua.
Dedicated time to work on your research grant proposal with the Research Development team from Research and Innovation Services (RIS).
Dr Chris Manson-Whitton, Director of Progressive Energy overview of the project & how it provides a template to deliver key element of our 2050 obligations.
Due to an upgrade, Archibus will be unavailable from 4pm on Monday 22 Feb until 4pm on Wednesday 24 Feb.
On 7 March Network Rail will be working on the line between London Paddington and Acton Main Line. No trains will be able to run to/from London Paddington.
Find out about the accessibility improvements we're making to iTrent and how this links with our wider Digital Accessibility Initiative.