Speed interviews

01 March 2012

Students get their interview technique on track.

Why Wales Said Yes

05 March 2012

A ground-breaking analysis of the 2011 Welsh referendum to be launched.

Permission granted for Penglais farm new residences

05 March 2012

Outline Planning Permission granted by the Ceredigion County Council.

A welcome boost for West Wales.

06 March 2012

£12m windfall to develop ‘greener’ goods and services.

Record numbers use sports centre on campus

06 March 2012

Participation figures at the Sports Centre is up 90%.

Aberystwyth Students Take on Senedd Challenge

06 March 2012

Three students make final marketing challenge event held at the Senedd.

Strategic insight

06 March 2012

Applications invited for funding to support staff placements in external organisations.

A Glass Act

07 March 2012

Aberystwyth graduate installs stained-glass windows at Conwy Castle.

National Poet at conference

08 March 2012

The National Poet of Wales, Gillian Clarke, to speak at English Literature and Creative Writing's annual Postgraduate Conference.

New BEACON Research Centre

08 March 2012

Environment Minister, John Griffiths, visits BEACON facility on Gogerddan Campus

Could you be a poo-ologist?

09 March 2012

School pupils participate in ‘match the muck’ test at Festival of Science.

From the Commons to computing

12 March 2012

Mark Williams MP spends day shadowing Dr Amanda Clare.

Rag support for Tŷ Hafan

12 March 2012

Aber Rag donate £3,500 to Tŷ Hafan, a hospice for children and young people.

Dyfi Virtual Observatory

13 March 2012

An evening to celebrate and debate the Dyfi region’s past, present and future on 29th of March.

Kindertransport refugee

13 March 2012

Former refugee and University librarian, William Dieneman, recalls his journey from Berlin to Aberystwyth.

Top of the world

14 March 2012

Aberystwyth University is one of the top three places in the world to be a student.

New prospectus published

15 March 2012

The 2013 undergraduate prospectus has just been published and is one of the first to feature QR codes.

Mapping Miscanthus

19 March 2012

The full genetic map of energy crop miscanthus has been completed by researchers at IBERS and US company Ceres Inc.

Boost to Welsh medium education

20 March 2012

Five new Welsh medium lectureships announced as Aberystywth branch of the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol is launched.

Carrying the Olympic torch

20 March 2012

Two students and a member of staff named as Olympic torch bearers.

Traveller from an antique land

20 March 2012

Author Ned Thomas to speak at the English Literature and Creative Writing annual Postgraduate Conference.

Publishing awards

20 March 2012

Patagonia earns Welsh language children’s book award for Centre for Education Studies.

Biodiversity conservation

22 March 2012

Research by IBERS boosts biodiversity conservation.

Keats’ “stubble plains” revealed

22 March 2012

New documents shed controversial light on nation’s best-loved poem: Keats’s ode “To Autumn”.

Inspiring alumni

23 March 2012

George Ashworth, Managing Director of Asset Finance at Aldermore Bank, inspires a new generation of business leaders.

Technology bootcamp

23 March 2012

AU hosts Easter workshops in wearable technology and sailing robotics for young people.

Silk Commission evidence

26 March 2012

Students from the Department of International Politics to present evidence to the Silk Commission.

Comparing the accents of English

26 March 2012

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor April McMahon, to lecture on comparing the accents of English, past and present.

FLUX 2012

27 March 2012

Aberystwyth team set for 36 hour FLUX 2012 enterprise challenge.

DNA barcode for fungi

27 March 2012

Scientists at University part of the world’s fungal DNA barcode.

University helps farmers

27 March 2012

Aberystwyth University helps farmers achieve top prices for lambs.

Huge sun tornado discovered

29 March 2012

Aberystwyth solar scientists show first ever moving images of a huge tornado on the sun.

£20m green boost

29 March 2012

Deputy Minister for European Programmes, Alun Davies, launches the new biorefining centre BEACON.

Confronting rural crime

30 March 2012

Dr Jane Jones to study rural crime on Anglesey.

Addressing the protein deficit

30 March 2012

Scientists at IBERS are working on disease resistance in red clover as part of £2.15m study.