Event

  • Giving Higher Education the Digital Edge

    Billboards that produce clean drinking water, leaflets with chips in which interact with posters, interactive games which compare you to the rest of the country, and video selfies are just some of the creative ideas which came out of the 'Giving...

  • Research Rocket goes on tour!

    The Research Rocket has landed in the Lime Tree and has been orbiting over the past month, bringing our amazing research right to the heart of the student body. Kicked off with a session by the CREATE Lab, students and staff were treated...

  • Seriously, work should really not be this fun...

    We've been working with some great research-related gadgets over the past few weeks and what better way to share them than setting up some stands after Let's Talk this week. Staff were delighted with a 'cuddly blinking robot', astounded with rainbows...

  • Partial eclipse of the heart

    Did you manage to see the eclipse today? Our Physics department were out in force to capture the partial eclipse. This beautiful image taken by William Wadsworth is very atmospheric. The Department of Physics recently announced the appointment of Professor...

  • Learning about our work in Korea

    Today I was invited to join our International office in welcoming Ambassador Lim from Korea to visit us Bath. As part of the visit, all of our academics currently doing work in Korea or collaborating with Korean researchers spoke about...

  • Light it up like dynamite…or an optical fibre!

    Our Department of Physics is doing incredible research into light and optical fibres and what better time to celebrate them than 2015, which for anyone who doesn't know (shame on you!) is the UN International Year of Light. Lead by representatives...

  • Vice-Chancellor's Research Day

    Yesterday was the Vice-Chancellor's Research Day, a showcase and celebration of research being carried out by early career academics across the University of Bath. Eleven speakers had ten minutes each to present their research to an audience made up of the...