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The sun's rays: a Swansea-led project which will help communities in developing countries to generate their own solar power has been awarded £800,000 by the UK government.

3 March 2021

£800,000 award to share benefits of solar technology

Abstract image of law scales against binary code background

30 October 2019

£5.6 million investment in legal innovation for Law School

Dr Bridget Kerr Collects Award from the Confederation of European Probation

29 October 2019

Dr Bridget Kerr Collects Award from the Confederation of European Probation

Health professional talking to parent and teenager.

29 October 2019

Study reveals girls more likely to be admitted to hospital after self-harming

Professor Michael Draper, from the University’s Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law, representing the Ethics Transparency and Integrity in Education Platform (ETINED) of the Council of Europe at conference in Cyprus

25 October 2019

Professor shares academic integrity expertise at international conference

A woman looking at a mass spectrometer

24 October 2019

Swansea joins consortium to develop the next generation of bioscientists

The BLOODHOUND LSR in the Hakskeenpan desert.

24 October 2019

Bloodhound revealed in ‘desert spec’ ahead of high-speed trials

A common shore crab

23 October 2019

Study reveals crabs can solve and remember their way around a maze

Pictured at the conference are (from left) Paul Joseph, lecturer in Health Care Law and Ethics, head of the College of Human and Health Sciences Professor Ceri Phillips, Dafydd Elis Thomas, Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism , Swansea University Registrar Andrew Rhodes and Chantal Patel

22 October 2019

University highlights global issues at first bioethics conference

Pupils from Awel y Mor with members of the Assembly’s Children, Young People and Education Committee

18 October 2019

Primary school pupils share their research with leading AMs

Wales’ largest science festival returns to Swansea

17 October 2019

Wales’ largest science festival returns to Swansea

Picture of pen and pencil - Kaite O'Reilly and Peter Matthews have been announced asinaugural Swansea University Creativity Fellows

15 October 2019

Award-winning playwright and artist announced as inaugural Creativity Fellows

Swansea University Medical School student helping to explain nanotechnology to pupils from across Neath Port Talbot at the NanoBach event.

14 October 2019

University gives pupils first-hand experience of nanotechnology

Swansea University's College of Engineering has upgraded its previous bronze Athena SWAN award to silver award while the Medical School has renewed its existing silver award.

10 October 2019

Swansea University rewarded for commitment to gender equality

Woman taking part in Hopewalk

4 October 2019

University's wellbeing service to host a three-mile charity beach walk to raise awareness of suicide

A picture of the Meningitis Now logo

2 October 2019

The Meningitis Aware Recognition Mark (MARM) was introduced by charity Meningitis Now

Being Human logo

1 October 2019

Family fun day headlines the 2019 Being Human Festival