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.
Aberystwyth University alumnus wins Landscape Artist of the Year
An Aberystwyth University Fine Art graduate Tom Voyce has been crowned SkyArts Landscape Artist of the Year for 2017.
Aberfan: The Fight for Justice - Bafta Cymru winner to give master class at Aberystwyth University
Award winning documentary maker and Aberystwyth University graduate Iwan England returns to his alma mater on Friday 8 December to deliver a student master class.
National Theatre Wales draws on Aberystwyth University expertise
Internationally renowned National Theatre Wales (NTW) is set to feature works by leading theatre practitioners at Aberystwyth University in its 2018 season.
Aberystwyth academics shortlisted for social research awards
Researchers at Aberystwyth University have been shortlisted for awards at the 2017 Welsh Social Research Awards which take place in Cardiff on Thursday 7 December.
Student helps judge children’s book award
For the fourth year running, an Aberystwyth University student has been selected to join the judging panel for a prestigious book award.
Kindness lights up Aberystwyth
Over the next few days, in towns and cities across the country, celebrity guests will be flicking the switch to turn on the Christmas lights.
Aberystwyth University alumnus in semi-final of Landscape Artist of the Year
An Aberystwyth University Fine Art graduate has reached the semi-final of Landscape Artist of the Year, which airs tonight (Wednesday 29 November) on Sky Arts at 8pm.
Aberystwyth scientists lead Kathmandu glacial flood workshop
The risk of flash flooding in Nepal caused by the failure of large glacial lakes will be the focus for a two day workshop hosted by Aberystwyth scientists in Kathmandu which starts today, Tuesday 28 November 2017.
Pantycelyn refurbishment funding agreed
Aberystwyth University has approved a £12m funding package as part of its plans to refurbish the historic Pantycelyn student hall of residence.
Fireballs, explosions and rockets at this year’s Bill Williams Memorial Lecture
‘Creating fireworks, and the scientific principles behind them’
Dr Joel Loveridge, Swansea University
1.15pm-2.15pm, Wednesday 13 December 2017
Physics Main lecture theatre, Penglais Campus, Aberystwyth University
Computer visualizations key to ExoMars rover development
Computer generated visualizations of the ExoMars Rover due for launch in 2020 are proving invaluable as scientists prepare to build the mission’s research vehicle.
SMARTsilage - improving silage efficiency in Wales
A new consortium aiming reduce losses from silage making in Wales by 20% will be launched at the Royal Welsh Winter Fair on Tuesday 28 November 2017.
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