A video report on the BBC, reports extraordinary goings-on in North London, where the tax-payer funded Yesodey Hatorah Girls' School has been removing questions on evolution from GCSE science papers before their students could answer them.
The examination board in question, OCR, rather than being affronted at this practice, merely Read more
The sun is shining and the sky is blue, the daffodils are out on campus and spring seems to have finally sprung.
To cap it all, it's the weekend! The only thing that could make life any better would be to find out what the Digital team have been up Read more
Do you have an interest in research improving health services?
The West of England Patient & Public Involvement (PPI) Strategy group is an exciting new initiative bringing together four major partners to ensure a strong and integrated public voice in health research and service improvement. We are looking for people Read more
Right now, sitting alone in my office (in the real world), I am also immersed and engaged in a virtual world inside 'Second Life' (SL). Following a meeting with Professor Liz Falconer on Tuesday, I have been inspired to put some serious thought into how SL can help with teaching Read more
In December, CSCT students Helena Quilter (cohort 5), James Tyson (cohort 3) and Ben Hodges (cohort 2) travelled to Glasgow for MASC 2013 to find out what’s new in the world of macrocyclic and supramolecular chemistry. Helena brings us this report.
On the 16-17 December 2014, over 250 delegates descended Read more
Over £4000 Raised for Cancer Research
Congratulations to Smarty Pants Fundraisers: Simon, Mike, Amit and Olivia
Prof. Mike Threadgill (PI) and Dr. Amit Nathubhai (Co-PI) have been awarded a grant from the charity, AICR (Association of International Cancer Research) to support their research towards the inhibition of Tankyrase and its Read more
Project coordination/management of corporate initiatives
Conduct internal and external researches and provide analytical support
Draft and prepare management presentation slides and financial reports
Create financial reports for management team
Build and develop good work relationship with vendors and other key stakeholders
It appears that there is a rumps in the Quantum world. At a major scientific conference (15th ICQC: conference website) the first round of invited speakers, chairs and honorary chairs were all men. Three leading women academics in the field decided to boycott the event. The conference organisers have responded Read more
The University of Bath will be hosting its third High Performance Computing (HPC) Symposium, Thursday 5 June 2014. Send us an email if you are interested in attending.
The symposium is a one day event for current and future users of the HPC facility. The day will include a selection Read more
Policy-makers need to ‘wise-up’ to the methods used by the tobacco industry in attempts to influence marketing regulations, according to the authors of a new study published today.
The systematic review, published in PLOS ONE, from researchers in our Tobacco Control Research Group , looked at evidence from around the Read more