Plastic ban isn’t enough so let’s take another look at personal carbon accounts
Writing in the Conversation, researcher Martin Burgess considers a Welsh Assembly supported feasibility study to look at piloting an environmental behavioural policy across Wales: personal carbon accounts.
The British Army's belonging campaign finally recognises that masculinity has changed
Writing in The Conversation, Dr Jenny Mathers from the Department of International Politics discusses the British Army's latest recruitment campaign which has provoked criticism from some quarters.
A new, long record of African climate supports early dates for Out of Africa
New research shows that the climate of north east Africa would have favoured migration of early modern humans Out of Africa up to 70,000 years earlier than previous widely accepted estimates.
Community project seeks new logo
An exciting collaboration between Aberystwyth University’s Aberystwyth Arts Centre and Penparcau Forum is inviting ideas for a new logo.
Marking the 60th anniversary of TWW - Television Wales and the West
Sixty years on from the launch of independent television company Television Wales and the West, Dr Jamie Medhurst, Co-Director of the Aberystwyth University Centre for Media History, looks back at its early days.
Scholarship entrance exam deadline
Applicants reminded not to miss out on scholarships worth up to £2,000 a year ahead of the Aberystwyth University entrance exam deadline of 18 January 2018.
New research on rural nurse recruitment
The challenges of recruiting nurses to rural Wales are being explored in a new study based at Aberystwyth University.
Refurbished Hugh Owen Library opens
The University has invested more than a £1 million in a major refurbishment of its iconic Hugh Owen library. The official reopening of Level D of Hugh Owen Library took place on Monday 8 January, revealing a library space that has been transformed to meet the needs of 21st century students.
New study reveals how icy surface ponds on Himalayan glaciers influence water flow
The flow of water that supports hydro-electric and irrigation infrastructure in the mountain regions of Nepal and India is regulated by hundreds of large icy ponds on the surface of some of the world’s highest glaciers, Aberystwyth scientists have revealed.
Aberystwyth University hosts Festival of Law and Criminology
The legal implications of driverless cars, and can kids as young as 10 really tell the difference between ‘criminal’ and ‘naughty’ behaviour will be two of the many themes discussed at the inaugural Festival of Law and Criminology at Aberystwyth University.
Round table on joint vet degree at Aberystwyth
Plans to bring veterinary medicine training to Aberystwyth have been discussed at a special round table meeting for representatives from the veterinary and animal health sector in Wales.
Cardiff reception for Centre for Welsh Politics and Society / WISERD@Aberystwyth
A new Aberystwyth University research centre dedicated to developing a greater understanding of contemporary politics and society in Wales will complete its launch year with a reception in Cardiff Bay on Thursday 14 December.
Special Achievement Award for Aberystwyth academic
Professor Colin McInnes, a leading Welsh academic working on global health politics, has been acknowledged for his life-time’s contribution to social science research in Wales.
Scientific solution to smashed smartphone screens?
Smashed smartphone screens could be a thing of the past, thanks to a new discovery by researchers at Aberystwyth University, the Australian National University, the Institut de Physique du Globe in Paris, and Orleans University in France.
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