WISERD to receive major funding from ESRC for continuation of civil society research

03 September 2019

WISERD, Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods is one of four social science research centres in the UK to be successful in the highly competitive Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Centres Competition.

Curious Kids: how do mobile phones and tablets work?

09 September 2019

Writing in The Conversation, Dr Bernie Tiddeman from the Department of Computer Science at Aberystwyth University asks how do mobile phones and tablets work?

Losses for Vladimir Putin's United Russia in Moscow election put down a marker for the future

10 September 2019

Writing in The Conversation, Dr Jenny Mathers from the Department of International Politics at Aberystwyth University discusses some of the implications of Sunday's elections in Russia

Bronze sculptures open door on George Powell of Nanteos

13 September 2019

An exciting new collaboration between Aberystwyth University, ArtUK and the Penparcau Community Forum is set to explore the sculpture collection of George Powell of Nanteos.

AberTB – a new platform for collaboration in the fight against Bovine TB

17 September 2019

The Centre of Excellence for Bovine TB at Aberystwyth University opens its inaugural AberTB conference today, Tuesday 17 September 2019, promising that the annual event will become a new platform for collaboration in the fight against bovine TB.

Aberystwyth named Welsh University of the Year

20 September 2019

Aberystwyth University has been named Welsh University of the Year for 2020 by The Times / The Sunday Times Good University Guide.

Toxoplasma 'cat poo' parasite infects billions – so why is it so hard to study?

23 September 2019

Writing in The ConversationJustyna Anna Nalepa-Grajcar a PhD student at IBERS looks at why Toxoplasma 'cat poo' parsite, which infects billions is so hard to study?

Open Learning Festival

24 September 2019

Would you be interested to try something different, learn something stimulating, enhance your skills, meet new friends and improve your wellbeing? If so, Aberystwyth University’s Open Learning Festival may be just what you need.

New exhibition reveals Wales’ changing landscape

24 September 2019

Satellite images that reveal how the global environment has changed over the past 35 years and the impacts on the Welsh landscape are at the heart of a new exhibition at Aberystwyth University’s Old College.

Promoting Minority Languages: Evaluating the work of Regional Governments

25 September 2019

As part of the celebrations marking 20 years of devolution, Aberystwyth University’s Centre for Welsh Politics and Society in collaboration with the National Assembly will host a discussion on ‘Promoting Minority Languages: Evaluating the work of Regional Governments’ on Saturday 28 September between 11.00 and 12.30pm.

Sustainable Futures: developing environmental, economic and social sustainability

26 September 2019

Aberystwyth Business School conference brings together academics from across the University and key environmental and rural policy stakeholders to explore opportunities to develop research projects that will contribute towards environmental, social and economic sustainability in Wales, UK and internationally.

Public lecture: 'Subversion as Statecraft: Russia and the United States’

30 September 2019

Professor William Wohlforth will deliver the annual EH Carr Memorial Lecture on Thursday 3 October 2019 as part of the Department of International Politics’ Centenary Speakers Series.

How public TV broadcasting was born

30 September 2019

Writing in The Conversation, Dr Jamie Medhurst (Reader in Television and Media History) discusses the first public television broadcast which took place on 30 September 1929, and how the world would never be the same again.