Physicists at the University of Bath observe modified energy landscapes at the intersection of 2D materials.
How our research is improving lives and changing the world we live in.
A new method to trigger rain where water is scarce is being tested in the UAE using drones that were designed and manufactured at the University of Bath.
Physiologists at the University of Bath want local participants to take part in a new study to assess how different types of breakfast influence our health.
New research from international academics challenges a myth that progressive policies towards asylum seekers pose a threat to domestic security.
Researchers at CAMERA are investigating VR technology to help improve balance and prevent falls.
A portable device to detect spice is being developed at Bath. This will be the first gadget to give on-the-spot readings for the street drug.
Researchers have developed a method to directly measure the growth rate of ‘amyloid’ fibrils linked to Parkinson’s and other diseases.
Children with pain are better able to live full lives because of the research conducted by our Centre for Pain Research.
Drawing upon our research, global organisations have been able to make decisions on climate change, for the future.
Using metal powder laser melting, our research on industrial 3D printing has helped to improve processes and develop new products with our industrial partners.
Through space-based communication research we’ve influenced public policy and security. Our algorithms help keep GPS systems functioning and accurate.
We’ve developed assessment and strengthening techniques for ageing concrete bridges and structures. Our guidance is used by consulting engineers worldwide.
Research by Professor Ian Colville is key to organisations navigating crises, including the Wilshire Police Service in the wake of the Salisbury poisonings.
Ed Fell, Professor of Microbial Evolution, discusses whether scientists can predict how varients of the Coronavirus will evolve.
Nicholas R. Longrich, Senior Lecturer in Evolutionary Biology and Paleontology, writes about oceanic dispersal for The Conversation.
In this article for The Conversation, Kit Yates, Senior Lecturer in Mathematical Biology, outlines lessons the UK should have learned since its first lockdown.
Maria Loades, Ola Demkowicz, Pamela Qualter and Roz Shafran explain loneliness in young people and identify steps that can help students as restrictions ease.
In this article for The Conversation Kit Yates, Senior Lecturer in Mathematical Biology, explains how he came to this conclusion.
In this article for The Conversation, Prof Ed Feil and Kit Yates discuss SARS-CoV-2 transitioning from dangerous pathogen to another common-cold coronavirus.
This breakfast-based intervention measures how breakfast protein and carbohydrate content influence health through energy intake and energy expenditure.
We are looking for volunteers to take part in exciting new research investigating how a single bout of exercise might free up stored vitamin D from fat tissue.
Take part in this study comparing different foot orientations on knee joints during daily activities. You'll receive a biomechanical report for taking part.
This diet intervention in healthy adults, measures how dietary sugar, carbohydrates and fats influence health through energy intake and energy expenditure
We are looking for people who have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but do not recall the trauma's cause.
Join us to celebrate the public engagement work and achievements of colleagues from across the University of Bath organised by the Public Engagement Unit.
Part of the 2020 - 2021 Minerva Series.
Part of the 2020-2021 Minerva Lecture Series.
In this BBC broadcast, Dr Juliana Holley from Architecture discusses Niemeyer's rule-breaking work.
Professor Rachel Forrester-Jones talks about her research, her motivations for doing it and the wider work of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Policy.
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.