Latest recipient of the Aberystwyth University and Aberystwyth Town Football Club Scholarship announced

02 November 2021

18 year old Sport and Exercise Science student, Kieran Booker, is the latest recipient of the Aberystwyth University and Aberystwyth Town Football Club Scholarship.

Aberystwyth academics at COP26

02 November 2021

Academics from Aberystwyth University are contributing to a number of discussions and exhibitions at the COP26 summit.

Public lecture to consider the shadow of imperialist conquest on international politics

03 November 2021

This year's EH Carr Memorial Lecture organised by the Department of International Politics will consider how exploitation and racial hierarchies are embedded in the international system and democratic politics.

Aberystwyth Business School project aims to share knowledge with rural enterprises

03 November 2021

Aberystwyth University is aiming to boost rural enterprises and start-ups through a network designed to share knowledge.

Aberystwyth student wins prestigious award for animal cancer work

04 November 2021

An Aberystwyth University student has won a prestigious award for developing a new method that could help diagnose animal diseases and cancers.

Make supermarkets report and reduce food waste, says Aberystwyth academic at COP26

08 November 2021

Supermarkets, councils and hospitality venues should have to disclose how much food they waste, and meet annual reduction targets, according to an Aberystwyth University academic.

New University Secretary

11 November 2021

Aberystwyth University has appointed Dr Gwawr Taylor to the position of University Secretary.

Belarus: Lukashenko threatens to turn off the gas to western Europe as migrant crisis deepens

15 November 2021

Dr Jenny Mathers from the Department of International Politics writes in The Conversation about the threats from Belarus president Alexander Lukashenko to interrupt the flow of Russian gas to Europe, the latest in the rapidly escalating confrontation between Belarus and the EU over the presence of growing numbers of asylum seekers on the border with Poland.

Students compete to win £10k investment in business idea

15 November 2021

InvEnterPrize 2022 has launched, giving entrepreneurial students the chance to battle it out to win £10,000 investment in their business idea.

Disrupting the body clocks of fish could be bad for their health

16 November 2021

The body clocks of rainbow trout shape daily rhythms of their immune system and the beneficial microorganisms that inhabit their skin, according to new research from a team including Aberystwyth academics.

Aberystwyth expert appointed to Independent Commission on the Constitutional Future of Wales

16 November 2021

Dr Anwen Elias from the Department of International Politics to serve on an independent commission which will make recommendations about Wales' constitutional future.

Clinical research facility at Aberystwyth University to help transform healthcare

18 November 2021

A new clinical research facility is set to open at Aberystwyth University as part of a new partnership with Hywel Dda University Health Board.

Five ways to cut down on food waste – and why it matters

18 November 2021

Writing in The Conversation Dr Siobhan Maderson from the Department of Geography and Earth Sciences discusses how food waste creates unnecessary strain on our fragile environment and five things that you can do to help.

Insect-based food project expands at Aberystwyth University

18 November 2021

Scientists at Aberystwyth University are looking at insects as a potentially valuable source of animal feed.

First look inside Wales’ brand new Vet School

19 November 2021

Aberystwyth University has released the first pictures of Wales’ only School of Veterinary Science which opened for the first time this year.

Aberystwyth University launches new European Opportunities Fund

26 November 2021

Aberystwyth University has established a major new fund to support student study opportunities in Europe, thanks to a donation from a former student.