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As the University celebrates being named ‘University of the Year’, in this new feature we delve deeper into what makes Bath such a special place to study.
University of Bath spin-out company Aerogel Core Ltd set to develop next generation materials for the aerospace and automotive industries
Lattouf's web platform ‘Flinke’ allows online companies to optimise and streamline sustainable supply chains
Survey of over 2,000 adults in the UK identifies potential pitfalls of science communication.
EnsiliTech has raised £1.2 million in pre-seed funding to refine technology that allows vaccines to be stored without refrigeration.
New study led by the Milner Centre for Evolution suggests polygamy increases the efficiency of natural selection by reducing harmful mutations.
The new Institute for Sustainability will focus on sustainable chemical technologies and sustainable systems.
The BBSA slider dominated all four runs to become only the fourth Brit to be crowned Skeleton World Champion and the first man to do so since 2008
The new captain and vice-captain were appointed after an innovative selection process that involved a vote from their Super League team-mates.
Fellow University of Bath-based slider Matt Weston also won gold in the men's skeleton in Altenberg, Germany
Brad Hall led the four-man crew to only Great Britain's second-ever World Cup gold, two days after Matt Weston had won the men's skeleton race.
The sporting scholar finished 2022 on the podium in Australia, as did University of Bath Swim Club's Ben Proud and alumna Anna Hopkin.
A newly-built EIS Athlete Health & Performance Studio for Olympic and Paralympic athletes has also been officially opened at the Sports Training Village
PhD James Kinsella and Dr Richard Fairchild write for The Conversation
Punit Shah, Luca Hargitai and Lucy Anne Livingston write for The Conversation.
Professor Hilde Coffe from the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies writes for The Conversation.
Professor Phil Tomlinson writes for The Conversation.
Professor Phil Tomlinson discusses the wave of strikes in the United Kingdom in The Conversation's round-up of global industrial unrest.
Wheat provides 19% of calories consumed by humans globally. But a fungal disease which can infect crops and contaminate the grain with toxins is on the rise.