National Mooting success for Aberystwyth

30 March 2015

Aberystwyth University’s Mooting Society has been announced as the winner of the 2015 LexisNexis Welsh National Mooting Competition.

2015 General Election Hustings

30 March 2015

A 2015 General Election Hustings event will host the six Ceredigion candidates on Thursday 16th April at Aberystwyth University.

Emeritus Professor R Geraint Gruffydd

26 March 2015

Tributes have been paid to Emeritus Professor R Geraint Gruffydd who died on Tuesday 24 March, aged 86.

Computer vision and robotics used to survey Cardigan Bay

26 March 2015

Scientists at the Department of Computer Science are working with marine conservation group Friends of Cardigan Bay to develop better techniques for studying the seabed.

Aberystwyth University recognises excellence and innovation in teaching

23 March 2015

The winners of the Aberystwyth University Exemplary Course Awards 2014/15 have been announced.

Record number of nominations in Student Led Teaching Awards

21 March 2015

Students have turned out in record numbers to submit nominations for the fourth annual Student Led Teaching Awards

Eclipse 2015 at Aberystwyth

20 March 2015

Hundreds of staff, students and the local community gathered on the Penglais campus this morning to witness the partial solar eclipse outside the Arts Centre.

Aberystwyth alumnus shortlisted for Education UK Alumni Awards 2015, USA

18 March 2015

Law graduate Mitch Robinson is an international law expert for the 9/11 death penalty case at Guantanamo Bay.

See the solar eclipse at Aberystwyth University

18 March 2015

Join members of the Physics Department’s Solar System Physics Group to view Friday’s solar eclipse through and array of telescopes at Aberystwyth Arts Centre.

Image of robot ‘listening’ to an unborn child wins photography award

17 March 2015

An image of a robot ‘listening’ to an unborn child wins the ‘People’ category in this year’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Science Photography Competition.

New Aberystwyth–Korea link rooted in work of Welsh missionary

17 March 2015

Aberystwyth University celebrates Korea/Wales link as part of One World Week (14-19 March).

'Is there a future for Welsh broadcasting?'

16 March 2015

The Royal Television Society, the Institute of Welsh Affairs and the  Department of Theatre, Film, and Television Studies debate the future of Welsh broadcasting on Tuesday 17 March.

One World Week

16 March 2015

This week's One World Week celebrations recognise the contribution of international students to the University, the local community and the Welsh economy.

IBERS student wins national award for ecological engineering

13 March 2015

IBERS PhD student Ally Evans is one of three winners of the P1 Marine Foundation National Student Awards 2014.

Aberystwyth University celebrates British Science Week

12 March 2015

Members of the public invited to join more than 1400 school pupils who are expected to attend three day science festival on 17, 18 and 19 March.

Aberystwyth scientists set to study total eclipse on Svalbard

11 March 2015

Aberystwyth physicists Joe Hutton and Nathalia Alzate are heading to the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard to study the total eclipse of the sun on Friday 20 March.

New scholarship for Welsh learners from Patagonia

10 March 2015

Aberystwyth University has announced a new scholarship to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the settlement of a Welsh community in Patagonia this year.

Secretary of State for Wales to deliver Institute of Welsh Politics Annual Lecture

06 March 2015

Secretary of State for Wales, Stephen Crabb MP is to deliver the 15th Institute of Welsh Politics Annual Lecture on Wednesday 11 March 2015.

Nominations open for Student Led Teaching Awards

06 March 2015

Nominations open for Student Led Teaching Awards which take place this year on Friday 24 April.

Celebrating International Women’s Day 2015

02 March 2015

Aberystwyth University will be celebrating International Women’s Day with a series of events leading up to, and on the day itself, Sunday 8th March.

Study reveals north/south genetic divide in Welsh Red Kite

02 March 2015

A study of the modern Red Kite population in Wales has revealed a north/south genetic divide that runs along the Towy Valley.

‘Superfeed’ lupin will provide soya-grade protein from UK farms

19 March 2015

IBERS scientists proved that growing lupins provides a viable alternative source of soya-grade protein for animal and fish feeds in the UK.