01 December 2022
A research centre focussing on the transport challenges facing society has been officially launched at Aberystwyth University today by the Welsh Government’s Deputy Minister for Climate Change, Lee Waters MS.
02 December 2022
An academic who played a key role in decision-making in the adoption of medicines in NHS Wales and NHS England has been appointed as Professor of Rural Health Economics at Aberystwyth University.
07 December 2022
An Aberystwyth University Professor will play a leading role in setting the standards and content of higher education courses across the UK.
14 December 2022
Oat varieties bred at Aberystwyth University are more likely to be on the menu, after being recommended to farmers by the government’s industry board.
14 December 2022
A pioneering student project to encourage people to reduce food waste has received funding for further development from the British Academy.
19 December 2022
Governments are not doing enough to prioritise biodiversity when it comes to their green policies, an Aberystwyth University academic has said at COP15 in Canada.
20 December 2022
A catchy song played on a ukulele and a novel computer game were amongst the innovative resources designed for primary school children by Aberystwyth University Criminology students.
15 December 2022
Aberystwyth scientists have made important breakthroughs in efforts to develop a way to prevent weeds from poisoning livestock around the world.
21 December 2022
As the war in Ukraine continues, Aberystwyth University has been building on the link established with Odesa National Economic University (ONEU) as part of a UK wide twinning initiative to support students and academic staff in the country.
30 December 2022
Farmers could use a native Welsh plant to turn agricultural waste into feed for livestock as part of an Aberystwyth University research project.