Advancing gender equality:

Representation, progression and success for all.

Physics Colloquium

The College of Science are pleased to welcome Dr. Sugumi Kanno from the University of the Basque Country Bilbao, Spain at the Physics Colloquium

'Cosmological Implications of Quantum Entanglement in the Multiverse'

Wednesday 26th October @ 14:00 Wallace Lecture Theatre

Everyone welcome

Physics Colloquium

Meetings and Events

Upcoming Meetings and Events

Wednesday 12th October

Student Event

Monster Confidence: STEMettes

University Hall, Cardiff University



Tuesday 25th October

Ada Lovelace Day



ILS1 seminar room (1st floor, ILS1, Singleton Campus).

12pm – 14.40pm

Friday 28th October

TEDxSwanseaWomen 2016: Shining a light on women

National Waterfront Museum


Wednesday 30th November 

CoS SAT Meeting

Wallace 129

Singleton Campus


Highlighting Research as Art 2016 in the College of Science


Gaelle Felhmann's (Biosciences) 'From anonymity to personality' entry won the category Connection with the Natural World in this years SURF competition.

Read more about the other entries here.


Ruth Callaway's (Biosciences) eyecatching  'Mondrain meets maine biodiversity' came runner up in this years competition.


Sonia Consuegra's (Biosciences) entry 'Women in Science' featured in this years Art competition.


Jenny Stanford's (Geography) entry 'awaiting title' featured in this years Art competition

Success for Soapbox Science 2016

Soapbox Science 2016

Swansea will hosted their third Soapbox Science event on Saturday 10th September 2016 in Swansea City Centre. The event’s mission is to raise the profile, and challenge the public’s view, of women in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM). 

A number of College of Science scientists took part in the event including:

Dr Ivonne Zavala, Swansea University “The Dark Side of the Universe"

Dr Alla Silkina (@AllaSilkina1), Swansea University “Nature’s secrets of algae for healthy life: cosmetic, pharma, food and feed applications” (Photo inset)


What's On:

Science events in Swansea

Further Information:

Find out more

A women's place in academia

A women's place in academia

A women's place in academia

Why It's Crucial to Get More Women Into Science

National Geographic

Talented Women for a successful Wales

Talented Women for a Successful Wales

A new report commissioned by Welsh Government and co-authored by Professor Hilary Lappin-Scott of Swansea University says that getting more women into science is “critical for the economic future of Wales”. Read the report here:  Talented Women for a successful wales