Public lecture to consider international politics in the context of climate change

01 October 2021

The implications of climate change on international politics will be the subject of this year’s Kenneth Waltz Memorial Lecture, which takes place online on Thursday 14 October.

Outstanding Welsh education award given to Aberystwyth lecturer

06 October 2021

An Aberystwyth University lecturer has won an award for her outstanding contribution to Welsh-medium education.

Climate change research festival at Aberystwyth University looks ahead to COP26 challenges

06 October 2021

Climate change experts will gather at Aberystwyth University for a week of events to discuss challenges ahead of the COP26 summit.

Public lecture on editing medieval texts

07 October 2021

Editing texts written in the Anglo-Norman language will be the focus of this year’s David Trotter Memorial Lecture.

Aberystwyth University aims to help rural economy with the launch of new business network

08 October 2021

Aberystwyth University is launching a network for rural enterprises and start-ups that aims to share knowledge.


Ceredigion universities contributing £135m to the county, claims new report

08 October 2021

Welsh universities within Ceredigion are contributing £135.0 million to the county's economy through a combination of direct spending and purchases from staff and students alike. 

Red clover research could help reduce soya imports

12 October 2021

Aberystwyth University researchers are exploring how an eco-friendly crop could be bred to reduce the need for soya feed imports and nitrogen-based fertiliser.

Computer Science graduate reaches final of Engineers in Business Innovation Competition

14 October 2021

An Aberystwyth University Artificial Intelligence and Robotics graduate has secured a place in the final of the Engineers in Business Champion of Champions innovation competition.

Most agriculture students are women at Aberystwyth University for first time

15 October 2021

Women make up the majority of students studying agriculture at Aberystwyth University for the first time in the institution’s history.

Historic manuscripts inspire contemporary climate change poetry

18 October 2021

Three poets from Aberystwyth University have penned a series of poems in response to old manuscripts from the National Library of Wales dealing with the weather and climate change.

Online conference to celebrate the centenary of the appointment of T. H. Parry-Williams at Aberystwyth University

19 October 2021

The contribution of T. H. Parry-Williams (1887-1975) to Welsh literature and learning will be the focus of an online conference hosted by the Department of Welsh and Celtic Studies on Saturday 23 October.

New installation showcases stories of refugees in Wales

20 October 2021

Researchers at Aberystwyth University have collaborated with children’s author Michael Rosen to bring to life the personal experiences of some of the refugees who have made Wales their home over the last century.

Aberystwyth University Welsh Language Award winners announced

21 October 2021

Aberystwyth University has honoured individuals for their contribution to the Welsh language. 

First Minister of Wales Officially Opens AberInnovation

22 October 2021

AberInnovation celebrated its official opening on Thursday 21 October 2021 in a ceremony presided over by the Right Honourable Mark Drakeford MS, First Minister of Wales.

Aberystwyth University celebrates Founders’ Day 2021

22 October 2021

Aberystwyth University marked its 149th anniversary on Friday 15 October with a Founders’ Day procession from Old College to kick the bar at the north end of the Promenade.

Aberystwyth and Lampeter pupils win Aberystwyth University climate change competition

25 October 2021

Pupils from Ysgol Plascrug in Aberystwyth and Ysgol Bro Pedr in Lampeter have won a climate change competition run by Aberystwyth University.