International award for Aberystwyth University student film maker

29 September 2017

A film by an Aberystwyth University student has won 'Best International Student Award' at the Wexford Documentary Film Festival which was held on 22-24 September 2017.

BBC antiques series Flog It comes to the Old College

29 September 2017

Flog It, the popular BBC One antiques programme presented by Paul Martin will be holding a free valuation day at The Old College, Aberystwyth on Thursday 19thOctober 2017.

Aberystwyth University welcomes back former student and Lithuania’s youngest MP

29 September 2017

The youngest member of the Lithuanian parliament and a former student at Aberystwyth University returns to his alma matter today, Friday 29 September 2017, to talk about his work.

Poison arrow frogs at New Scientist Live

28 September 2017

Aberystwyth University scientist Dr Karen Siu-Ting will be discussing poison arrow frogs at New Scientist Live which opens in London today, Thursday 28 September 2017.

Aberystwyth named University of the Year for Teaching Quality

22 September 2017

Aberystwyth University has been named University of the Year for Teaching Quality in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018.

Open Doors at Old College

20 September 2017

Aberystwyth University is delighted to invite local people and visitors alike to discover more about the Old College as part of Open Doors 2017 on Saturday and Sunday 23 - 24 September 2017.

Newtown exhibition seeks residents’ views on globalization

18 September 2017

The residents of Newtown are invited to come and discuss their views on the effects of globalisation on the town at a new exhibition that opens formally on Thursday 21 September 2017.

Aber Archers shooting onto the world stage

18 September 2017

Two Aberystwyth University students are part of the Great British team competing at the World 3D Archery Championships in France this week.

Aberystwyth physicists use pioneering new x-ray facility to study diamonds

14 September 2017

Scientists from Aberystwyth University are among the first to have used a pioneering new x-ray facility at one of the world’s most advanced scientific facilities.

Aberystwyth space scientists follow Cassini’s final hours

13 September 2017

Space scientists at Aberystwyth University are following the progress of the Cassini spacecraft as it nears the end of its twenty year mission to the planet Saturn.

Conference addresses what the future holds for languages in a post-Brexit UK

11 September 2017

As the debates and scrutiny of the EU Withdrawal Bill continue, Aberystwyth University is hosting a conference on the implications of Brexit for language policy.

Aberystwyth University hosts Apple developer conference

06 September 2017

Software developers from around the world are in Aberystwyth University this week for the UK’s leading conference for Apple software developers.

IBERS hosts Miscanthus information day for farmers

06 September 2017

In response to growing interest in Miscanthus, researchers at Aberystwyth University’s Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (IBERS) will host a field visit and information day for farmers on Thursday 28 September 2017.

Aberystwyth in world’s “elite top 1000” universities

05 September 2017

Aberystwyth, one of the UK’s leading universities for overall student satisfaction, is also one of the world’s top universities for its ‘international outlook’ according to the latest edition of the Times Education World University Rankings.

The world’s first Miscanthus bale house

05 September 2017

A collaborative project by Aberystwyth University, the Centre for Alternative Technology and Terravesta is exploring the potential to use Miscanthus as a building material as a way of helping decarbonise the construction industry.

Methane-eating bacteria discovered beneath Antarctica

01 September 2017

Methane-eating bacteria discovered in a lake beneath Antarctica may prevent the powerful greenhouse gas from being release into the atmosphere as ice sheets melt, scientists believe.