University of Bath have found a new way to help plastic recycling.Read the full story ›
Last month Bath and North East Somerset Council announced it plans to impose restrictions on the amount of student housing in the city.Read the full story ›
Following its meeting, the Council has decided to take action on all recommendations made in the Higher Education Funding Council's report.Read the full story ›
Staff and students staged a demonstration at Bath University over senior pay, despite the Vice Chancellor announcing she will step down.Read the full story ›
The council agreed at a meeting today on a number of steps to be taken going forward amid the controversy around the Vice Chancellor's pay.Read the full story ›
Hoarding has been seen as a distinct mental health problem since 2013.Read the full story ›
The Vice-Chancellor of Bath University has been criticised in the House of Lords for setting an "example of greed"
Dame Glynis Breakwell earns almost £500,000 in pay and perks in her role.
Speaking in a debate on public sector pay, the former education minister Lord Adonis called on the government to intervene to cut the salaries paid to vice chancellors.
The salary and conditions of service of our Vice-Chancellor are independently determined by the Remuneration Committee of our University Council and are comparable with that of long-standing Vice-Chancellors in other successful universities. The increase reported in the 2015-16 accounts reflects her excellent track record and the confidence placed in her leadership of the senior team and the wider University community.
Heather Stanning returns to the University where her illustrious rowing career began in 2006.Read the full story ›
Prince Harry joined injured servicemen, women and veterans as they competed for places on the UK's Invictus Games team.
The athletes have been training hard for the three-day trials which could earn them selection for the Games - now just 100 days away.
Harry has been the driving force behind the Games, first staged in the UK in 2014. They aim to challenge wounded, sick or injured service personnel, and those who have left the Armed Forces, to strive for sporting excellence.
The trials at the University of Bath Sports Training Village will select the UK's team for the upcoming game, held in Orlando in May.
They're are being run by Help for Heroes with support from the Ministry of Defence and The Royal British Legion. Hopeful participants will compete across 10 sports for one of the 100 places available on the UK team.
Scientists at the University of Bath have been awarded a £4million grant to develop a commercial alternative to palm oilRead the full story ›