Behavioural psychologists behind the app Germ Defence are reminding people of the simple things we can do at home to help reduce infection spread at Christmas.
Researchers are set to investigate how monitoring wastewater at schools in England could provide an early warning system for coronavirus outbreaks.
A new four-month project involving Bath’s Jason Hart and Luisa Enria launches this week focusing on the impacts of coronavirus for refugee communities in Gaza.
Bath researchers are building innovative devices to access the deepest chambers of the lungs, as part of a major project to find coronavirus treatments.
Bath engineering staff create 200k pieces of PPE during six-month project
Bath clinical psychologists have published advice for practitioners on responding to health anxieties among children and young people resulting from COVID-19.
Dr Asel Sartbaeva talks about vaccine developments and the challenges of cold store.
Dr Kit Yates from Bath's Institute for Mathematical Innovation talks about the 'r' rate, covid estimates and modelling.
Bath clinical psychologist Dr Jo Daniels talks about the toll on mental health from covid uncertainties this year and ways to feel better.
Professor Chris Martin from the University's Department of Economics gives his analysis on the financial challenges which government is grappling with.
Professor Ed Feil from the Milner Centre for Evolution talks about the development of coronavirus and its potential mutations.
Professor Andy Crane from the School of Management discusses the ramifications of lockdowns for those working in precarious jobs around the world.
Dr Kate Woodthorpe from the Centre for Death & Society writes for The Conversation.
Postdoctoral researcher, Ba-Linh Tran writes about what we can learn from Vietnam's approach to Covid.
Andy Rowell from Bath's Tobacco Control Research Group writes for The Conversation on the activities of big tobacco firms in light of covid-19.
Dr Andrew Preston, Reader in Biology and Biochemistry, on a swine flu virus circulating in China with the potential for pandemic spread.
Asel Sartbaeva (Chemistry), Ben Ainsworth (Psychology), Andy Preston (Milner Centre) and Brad Evans (Chair, PoLIS) consider the science behind the pandemic.
David Galbreath (PoLIS), Jennifer Thomson (PoLIS), Nick Pearce and Brad Evans (Chair, PoLIS) discuss the many social and political implications of the virus.
Bruce Morley (Economics), Eleonara Fichera (Economics), Andy Crane (Management) and Brad Evans (PoLIS, Chair) discuss the economics of COVID-19.
Hear from Caroline Hickman and Elouise Mayall on the pressing need for action on climate change and some of the psychological impacts the pandemic is having.