university of bath

  • Making it happen

    Evina Paloumpi is studying for a PhD "Producing a vision for the future of community pharmacy in England". She's supervised by Dr Matthew Jones (Department of Pharmacy and Pharmacology), Dr Piotr Ozieranski (Department of Social and Policy Sciences) and Professor Margaret...

  • Getting Connected in Hong Kong

    This was a week of firsts, from my first landing at Hong Kong Airport in a Level 8 typhoon to my first Thai iced tea (somewhere between an iced coffee and pumpkin juice). The purpose of this trip was to...

  • Let it snow!

    One of the biggest up-sides of preparing for our fast-approaching 50th anniversary is looking at the collection of your photos from the 'old days' which you have kindly been sending in to us. We've been putting some of the best on our...

  • Bath alumni meet up Down Under

    On a Spring September evening in Melbourne, around 20 alumni gathered in a suitable watering hole to share memories of their time in Bath and stories of how they ended up in Australia. We were honoured to be joined by David...

  • Behind the scenes of the Large Hadron Collider

    As a Bath graduate based in Geneva, and the CEO of the world’s largest cancer NGO, the link between the University and CERN is for me, a compelling one. And one which, amazingly, came about due to a chance alumni...

  • Goodbye... and hello!

    Do you remember your graduation day? It can be a bit… well… emotional, as you say goodbye to the place you’ve called home for the last three years or more. But it’s also a new beginning. Three days of ceremonies...

  • BA2: A flying start

    How did 140 metres of concrete contribute to Olympic gold? On a soggy Valentine’s Day evening 2014, students, staff and sporting superstars alike gathered around the TV screens at the University’s Sports Training Village. What brought them together was Bath-based...

  • BA2: Science in the City

    Many of the great things our University campus provides – world-class sporting facilities, public lectures and evening classes – still involve a hike up the hill for Bath citizens and visitors. But we are also at the heart of life...

  • BA2: The vaccine challenge

    More than 2.5 million children under five die every year from diseases that could be prevented by vaccination. Now one researcher from our Department of Chemistry thinks she may have found a solution to the long-standing challenge of transporting and storing...

  • BA2: Memories are made of this

    Did you know that in an overlooked corner of the Library is a treasure trove of University history, which tells the story of our campus and its inhabitants over almost 50 years? Molly Conisbee finds out what’s in the University Archives...