The Eyes Have It!

13 October 2008

Work on a groundbreaking surveillance system that analyses facial behaviour and temperature to identify smugglers at border control points in real time is being led by Dr Reyer Zwiggelaar at the Department of Computer Science.

Wake-up call for TB

08 October 2008

A new vaccine against TB is being developed by the Aeras Global TB Vaccine Foundation based on ground-breaking research at the Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences.

International Recruitment

02 October 2008

The University has established a new section for International Recruitment and Collaboration with Jonathan Richards appointed as head of section.

Moon mission

20 October 2008

As India prepares to launch its first mission to the moon, Professor Manuel Grande of the Institute of Mathematics and Physics, Principal Investigator on the mission's C1XS instrument, is looking forward to learning more about how the moon was formed.

First Minister visit

03 October 2008

Welsh Assembly Government First Minister Rhodri Morgan visited the University on Thursday 2 October to see some of the latest developments at the Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences and the Visualisation Centre.

Achievements in learning and teaching

06 October 2008

Teaching awards holders were recognised by the University at a function organised by Staff Development.

Centre for Welsh Legal Affairs

20 October 2008

Carwyn Jones AM, Counsel General and Leader of the House at the National Assembly for Wales, will be speaking on “Getting the Devolution Dividend: Challenges for Wales in the Next Ten Years”, Wednesday 29 October.

History and Welsh History

24 October 2008

Dr Tim Brain OBE, Chief Constable of Gloucestershire Constabulary, will speak on 'The Independence of the Office of the Constable: A Necessary Myth?' on Wednesday 12 November.