Carol Vorderman MBE donation
Carol funds new bursary scheme in the Faculty of Science and Engineering
May 31, 2023Team examines the challenges facing preventative social care
Swansea University researchers have been taking a closer look at the role prevention can play in improving social care for our most vulnerable.
May 31, 2023Art inspired by Dylan Thomas goes on display at Swansea University
A collection of lithographs by the acclaimed Welsh artist Ceri Richards, inspired by the poems of Dylan Thomas, have gone on permanent display at Swansea University’s Great Hall.
May 26, 2023GPS Tracking Reveals How a Female Baboon Stopped Using Urban Space After Giving Birth
A new study from Swansea University and the University of Cape Town provides the first documented evidence of a cessation in urban space use by a female baboon after giving birth: another example of how wild animals are adaptively responding to urbanisation.
May 26, 2023Swansea University launches new Centre for developing educational research
Swansea University’s Department of Education and Childhood Studies has launched a new Centre for Research into Practice (CRIP) which will help educators enhance their teaching practices.
May 30, 2023Ankylosing spondylitis: machine learning could pave the way for early diagnosis of inflammatory arthritisOur new study demonstrates the enormous potential that machine learning has to help identify people with AS
May 22, 2023Why surfing can be beneficial for people with brain injuriesBrain injury survivors report the sport can give constant opportunities for learning and a way to reevaulate emotions.
May 9, 2023COVID secara resmi tidak lagi darurat kesehatan global– begini artinya dan pelajaran penting dari pandemiPandemi COVID telah mengajari kita bagaimana perilaku adaptif, khususnya seberapa banyak orang bersedia mengubah perilaku mereka untuk menjaga diri mereka sendiri dan orang lain tetap aman.
May 5, 2023COVID is officially no longer a global health emergency – here's what that means (and what we've learned along the way)COVID no longer constitutes a public health emergency of international concern, but we need to be better prepared for future pandemics.
May 2, 2023Perovskite: new type of solar technology paves the way for abundant, cheap and printable cellsA new generation of flexible solar cells has been pioneered using a material known as perovskite.
EPSRC visit Computational Foundry as national funding boost announced
Copperopolis brought to life in dynamic exhibition
Dr Leigh Clarke interviewed by the BBC for his research into linguistics and human-computer interaction
Interview with Computational Foundry's Dr Bertie Muller: Should AI systems be given MOTs to put brakes on hackers?
Interview with Professor Alan Dix: Why everyone should care about bias of algorithmic bias
Future Leader Dr Yue Ren joins Computational Foundry
CHERISH-DE collaborates at TASM 19 Conference - full details of conference here
Professor Harold Thimbleby's research into medical device cyber security is in the news
Not-Equal project funds ten projects to make digital society work for everyone
'A Day in the Lab' - article in ACM Interactions magazine
Sounds of Copperopolis brought to life in dynamic exhibition
Watch former Swansea Computer Science student's work on Apple Pen for iPads
Watch Computer Scientist Darren Scott's winning 3 minute thesis
Computational Foundry's Dr Jennifer Pearson interviewed for BBC World Service on smart speaker project (from 13:16m)
International Festival of Ideas sets the agenda for algorithmic accountability and citizen science
Which is better: human or machine intelligence? Novel Mumbai prototype seeks to bring them together in streets of Dahravi
Newly opened Computational Foundry set to power digital economy
New project co-hosted at Computational Foundry to design fairness into digital technology
£800k EPSRC grant awarded to Computational Foundry for 'solving very hard problems'
Computational Foundry appoints official Composer in Residence
Professor Anirudha Joshi joins the Computational Foundry
Studying Computer Science at Swansea University ranked 7th in the UK
Computer Science at Swansea University now in top 8 in UK for student satisfaction
Swansea University awards honorary degree to pioneering human-computer interaction computer scientist
IBM UK to collaborate with Computational Foundry researchers, supported by CHERISH-DE Secondment
Funding announced for programme helping youngsters improve Computer Science skills
First UK-Japan mathematics workshop in nonlinear partial differential equations
Willmott Dixon and Swansea University’s Computational Foundry bring STEM to life for local school children
From Guatemala City to Alexandria, Egypt and now to Swansea for leading international HCI event
Swansea University brings together leading industry names and emerging researchers for leadership development lab
“Computer Science and Law is very much in the DNA of this institution” - Dr Adam Wyner
Computational Foundry welcomes international HCI experts for agenda-setting residency
Computational Foundry attracts world-leading academic due to Leverhulme Trust Visiting Professorship grant
Swansea University appoints Director for the new Computational Foundry
Research from Swansea University’s Computational Foundry leads the way at CHI 2018
Computational Foundry uses Virtual Reality to bring the past to life for Man Engine’s Swansea tour
Swansea University researchers awarded £908K to develop self-powered internet of things devices
Swansea University Professor receives prestigious fellowship for research into Digital Health
Another year of success for Swansea University's Computer Scientists at NHS Wales Hackathon
School children take centre stage as Swansea University and Willmott Dixon celebrate progress on new £31 million Computational Foundry with milestone event
Computer Science Staff and Students smash the Google Hash!
Computational Foundry Maths PhD student selected to exhibit at ‘STEM for Britain’ in Westminster
A call to avoid citizens being outwitted, devalued and marginalised by AI innovation
Local Primary School transformed thanks to Computational Foundry, Willmott Dixon and Swansea University
Prestigious research council invests £1.3m in Swansea University’s engineering and sciences doctoral training
MSc Computer Science Student wins Best Performance award
Computational Foundry receives £2.8 million EPSRC grant for project that takes new approach to Data Science
Prime Minister announces establishment of £20million Institute for Coding
Swansea University plays key role in National Biofilms Innovation Centre
Research into augmented reality at Swansea University could spell the end for learning in 2D
Swansea University research manipulates liquid metal to create interactive effects
Swansea University Computer Science students invited to 'Come and Work for Google'
Computational Foundry partners with Google and Microsoft to sponsor leading international technology conference
Mathematics Professor’s prestigious £75K five-year Wolfson Research Merit Award
University of Maryland Professor to give talk on ‘Achieving breakthrough collaborations’ at Computational Foundry Distinguished Lecture