IBERS News Archive 2010
26 November 2010
The new flour is unique in that it uses locally grown organic wheat – a joint project between the world renowned IBERS research centre at Aberystwyth University and the owners of Wales’s latest working water mill.
23 November 2010
Work has started on building a new £7 million research facility at the world-renowned Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences at Aberystwyth University.
18 November 2010
IBERS farms have started sowing winter wheat at Morfa Mawr, Llanon in an attempt to reduce next year’s cost of production
21 September 2010
The Chief Scientific Adviser’s role is to advise the First Minister Carwyn Jones and the Welsh Assembly Government, to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics and the role of science within the wider knowledge economy.
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19 July 2010
Professor Gareth Edwards-JonesResearch into global food security problems has been given a boost thanks to a new partnership between Waitrose and Aberystwyth University.
17 May 2010
Rainwater is collected on an industrial scale on the University's farms to meet the daily demand of 50,000 litres, providing both financial and environmental savings.
Queen's Anniversary Prize awarded at Buckingham Palace
18 February 2010
Representatives from Aberystwyth University will be at Buckingham Palace on Friday 19 February to receive the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education.
05 February 2010
Professor Wayne Powell, Director of IBERS has announced proposals to restructure the Institute in order to deliver its vision to be a sustainable, world class institution. The announcement was made at a meeting of IBERS staff this afternoon.
10 December 2010
With the aim of developing firm ideas on when best to feed yeast and in what quantities, scientists are working hard to better understand the health and production benefits of feeding yeast.
10 July 2010
Congratulations to the class of 2010 on successfully completing their degrees.
20 December 2010
New £3.9 million project to reduce damaging emissions from farm animals.
09 December 2010
Professor Hubert Rees FRS DFC