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  • Reddit's Ask Me Anything

    Just before Christmas I blogged on our use of Facebook Live to engage our social media followers in a new way about our research and expertise. This time it's the turn of another social media tool: Reddit's 'Ask Me Anything' (AMAs). ...

  • Engaging our followers through Facebook Live

    Promoting our research and expertise using social media is not a new thing, but over this past year we’ve done much more to think about the ways in which we’re using our main social channels to grow our audiences and...

  • Welcome to Sophie

    Today we welcome Sophie Miles to the Research Marketing Team as our brand new marketing officer. Sophie's role is split between research marketing and student recruitment marketing, and she will report into Katrina in the research marketing team, and Sophie...

  • Glistening research stories decorate campus

    You may have spotted our brand new series of research posters springing up around campus over the past few weeks to coincide with the start of the new academic year. Recently installed across 13 locations from the East Building to...

  • Farewell to Maree

    It is with a heavy heart that we bid Maree farewell this week. Maree has been an active member of the research marketing team since she joined the University two years ago and has been instrumental in the success of...

  • Flexing our research muscle for the BBC

    We had the pleasure of welcoming Michael Mosley and crew to campus a few months back to film the latest episode of ‘Trust Me, I’m a Doctor’ which aired last night and asked whether or not stretching was important before doing exercise....

  • Making sense of Stern

    The long-awaited Stern Review of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) was published last week which outlines a number of recommendations in advance of the next assessment submission. This autumn we expect to see a consultation on the detailed guidance with...

  • International Images of Research

    We had an opportunity on campus last week to celebrate and share our Images of Research with international colleagues visiting from Brazil and, in turn, to learn more about the kinds of projects they are involved in through some brand...

  • A bumper month in The Conversation

    From Brexit to (Gareth) Bale, dinosaurs to social death, June was our busiest month ever for The Conversation both in terms of published articles and readership. In the one month alone, nearly three quarters of a million people around the...

  • Rain couldn’t stop play at water-themed Festival of Nature

    Apocalyptic downpours could not deter nearly 2,000 visitors who came to Festival of Nature events in Bath last weekend to interact with researchers from our Milner Centre for Evolution and Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies (CSCT). The Festival – the...