The Higher Education Funding Council for Wales has provided funding, via the Research Wales Innovation Fund, to sustain existing innovation activities at Swansea University and increase capacity to support organisations across the region. As a result of the funding, our researchers have developed relationships with hundreds of partners, local and global, who have supported and helped improve our research to make a real difference.

From providing the first ever donor milk bank hub in Wales in partnership with the Human Milk Foundation, to supporting gambling related harm in UK Military Veterans in partnership Be Gambling Aware... the funding from HEFCW has provided our researchers with more opportunities to conduct research & innovation that strives to improve people’s lives.

Research Projects

Take a look at the fantastic range of research projects that have been conducted at Swansea University, from research in the Humanities & Social Sciences Faculty to our Science & Engineering Faculty and Medicine Health & Life Science related projects.

Research & Innovation Podcasts

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Research & Innovation Events

Research & Innovation Case Studies

SunView: HOW THE SUN SEES YOU

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Student and Graduate Enterprise

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CYBER RISK: BUILDING RESILIENCE IN WALES

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DEVELOPMENT OF LIFT CENTRE

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WORKSHOPS FOR REFUGEES AND ASYLUM SEEKERS

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LEADING PATHWAYS TO NET ZERO THROUGH EFFICIENCY

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SECURE: STRENGTHENING CHILD SAFEGUARDING RESEARCH THROUGH PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE

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Treatment of Gambling Disorder and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in UK Military

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DATA LITERACY SHORT COURSE: UNDERSTANDING YOUR HEALTH DATA AND ITS APPLICATIONS

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Please see Swansea University RWIF strategy for further information and contact reis@swansea.ac.uk with any queries.

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