Posts by University of Bath

How can we improve support for autistic people?

Ahead of World’s Autism Day tomorrow, in this post Mark Brosnan from the University of Bath discusses some of the challenges and solutions for parents and carers of autistic people, and shares more about the course Smart-ASD: Matching Autistic People with Technology Resources.

Category: Healthcare

Why we should rethink warfare

Ahead of their free online course, “From State Control to Remote Control: Warfare in the 21st Century,” Dr Wali Aslam and Dr David Moon of the University of Bath question the new kind of warfare brought about by technological innovation and risk aversion.   From major military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan throughout the 2000s to responses…

Free online courses can help businesses tap into the education revolution

Dr Emma Patterson from the University of Bath speaks about a revolution that is taking place in how knowledge is shared, and how the business world can make the most of new opportunities. What does this mean for businesses? The big difference for industry is that these free courses are opening up the doors of…

Cancer research: continuous changes and discoveries

Dr Momna Hejmadi, lead educator of the University of Bath’s free online course ‘Inside cancer: how genes influence cancer development’ talks about the impact cancer has on the whole human population, and how daily advances in research in this field are changing the prognosis for those diagnosed with cancer around the world.  “Cancer affects about…