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Universities of Bristol & Bath's successes 

Congratulations to our partner universities for their recent successes! 

The University of Bristol places itself at the frontier of 
research. T
hanks to its harnessing cutting-edge technique, passion and expertise, it is finding practical solutions to global challenges, enhancing understanding and mentoring future generations to make an impact on our world. 

The University of Bath has been nominated 1st in England & 2nd in the UK when comparing Guardian University Guide institutions in the 2021 NSS student survey. Overall student satisfaction for Bath is 10% above the national average!

BioBlitz announced in order to reconnect with nature across Europe

The BioBlitz is part of INTERSECTIONS, an international collaboration for European Researchers Night, looking for organisations and community leaders across Europe to help get their local communities involved.

You can join the BioBlitz to: connect your local activities to a cross border collaboration story, encourage your communities to take part, organise a local BioBlitz event or activity in your region, host a regional workshop for your community, share free teaching resources and activities with schools, share your biodiversity research or local wildlife story in a cross border event, or join a cross border social media campaign.

Researchers, school groups, citizens and wildlife enthusiasts across the continent are coming together in a race against the clock to put nature on the map, submitting photos and observations of wildlife in their neighbourhoods through the free, easy to use iNaturalist mobile phone app. 

University of Bath’s Research Excellence Framework for the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences highlights innovations across the board

The B&BBO is proud that research from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at its partner University of Bath is making a difference in the world on a local, national and international scale. 
Through its varied research across different departments, the Faculty has changed lives and informed policy and practice. For instance, research at the Department of Economics has furthered our understanding of various key economic issues, such as the minimum wageclimate change and pollution.

The Department of Education's research has also improved access for disabled people, improved practice of school governors and assisted United Nations' member states in monitoring the Sustainable Development Goals .