College of Engineering News archive

News - chronological order by most recent


Multi-million pound FLEXIS energy project gets underway in Wales
New postgraduate loans announced for eligible UK/ EU students
How steel can be a great British success story
Swansea Engineering researcher’s PhD thesis recognised as best in Europe by ECCOMAS
Swansea University’s profile on the rise in Qatar
Two Royal Society awards for Swansea steel researchers
A step closer to developing All-In-One piezoelectric energy harvester
Brains behind membranes - Listen to Professor Nidal Hilal and staff from CWATER discuss their research with BBC Radio Wales' Science Cafe
University welcomes green light for Swansea Bay City Region City Deal
Seven subjects at Swansea feature in QS World University Rankings 2017
Engineering Networks Could Provide the Answer in Aiding Researchers with Crucial Industry Opportunities Post Academia
Swansea University shortlisted for six Whatuni Awards, including University of the Year
Swansea University researcher wins Famelab Wales 2017
Commendation for Swansea Engineering Doctorate Student in Tata Group Innovation Competition
Swansea University’s College of Engineering set to expand with 18 new academic jobs
Engineering Network secures funding for vital research into diagnosis and treatment of life threatening diseases


Swansea can be where the future happens first: tidal lagoon news welcomed by Swansea University
A big boost for a 21st century industry - Swansea experts welcome steel deal
Swansea University’s College of Engineering to join the Women’s Engineering Society
College of Engineering at Swansea University wins Bronze Athena SWAN award
The UK’s first energy positive classroom is switched on in Swansea
A smarter, safer way to reduce corrosion: award for Swansea steel experts
Engineering Tops Global Rankings
Swansea University hosts important International Ozone Conference
Swansea University’s water research is amongst the top list of the most downloaded in the international journal Desalination
Steel is a 21st century industry - Swansea research on tomorrow's technologies
Engineering success in QS World University Rankings by Subject
Rohde & Schwarz wins Bay Campus Supply Contract
Students unveil S16 Formula Race Car at Swansea University showcase event
Swansea academic wins prestigious prize
Leading steel making expert awarded for his expertise
Swansea hosts major international conference on solar energy


First Minister opens University’s Bay Campus Engineering Quarter
RSC Advances journal role for Swansea Engineering academic
Engineering expert receives China’s most prestigious honour
1,000mph BLOODHOUND Supersonic Car is unveiled
New Wind Tunnel at Bay Campus as part of engineering aerospace facilities
Swansea-Malaysia MoU paves way for significant industry-academia collaborations
Engineering Academics’ Paper named Outstanding
Tata Steel and Swansea University sign agreement to develop graduate talent
UK’s first ‘smart’ carbon positive energy house unveiled
Heating buckyballs can help carbon-capture
Eminent Swansea University Professor chairs crucial International Water Conference on Desalination
MARIBE project launched at European Commission’s European Maritime Day in Greece
Engineering researchers print perovskite onto flexible metal
Professor wins prestigious IOM3 prize
Does it fly? Top test pilot to judge student competition for aircraft designs using flight simulator
Swansea University engineering academic awarded prestigious Leverhulme Fellowships
Swansea University excels in new university ratings
Welsh students recognised for smashing 1,000 mph Supersonic Cymru challenge using supercomputing skills
ASTUTE project showcases its success over the last five years
70 million animal mummies: revealing ancient Egypt’s dark secret
Marine energy with minimum environmental impact
Swansea University celebrates a week of success
The ultimate zoom: £2.5 million for imaging facility to see close to atomic level
Swansea University student in line for prestigious graduate prize
Wolfson Foundation support for new Bay Campus Power Electronics and Power Systems Laboratory
Texas exchange students touch down in Swansea
Cutting the cost of manufacturing solar panels
University project shortlisted for prestigious award
Swansea University Engineering graduate receives prestigious Salters’ Prize
Swansea University experts’ important work published in prestigious journal

Past Articles


BSR’s Vernon Harrison Annual Doctoral Prize awarded to Swansea researcher
College of Engineering wins award for Best Partnership
Texas visit brings benefits for research and students
Swansea academics publish a landmark Handbook that highlights the importance of membrane fabrication
Bay Campus visit for Baroness Randerson
Swansea University Emeritus Professor receives special achievements award
Tangible positive impact on local economy as First Minister marks one year countdown to Bay Campus
Researchers launch buoy to measure Welsh wave energy
Swansea-Texas energy safety research collaboration: New solutions needed to recycle fracking water
University-developed 3D tissue bioprinting technology now commercially available
Tile adhesive helps researchers fix on the future of solar cells
New device for early diagnosis of Human Cytomegalovirus (HCMV) in development
Head of College honoured with prestigious prize
Finance Minister praises Swansea-led EU project to boost steel industry
Welsh Economy Minister in switch on at new Swansea University campus
Civil Engineering students visit Swansea University's new Bay Campus site
Process engineer with EnAlgae recognised with researchers award
Students’ Union President and Officers all smiles at the Bay Campus
£8 million to research aerospace materials
Addressing the challenges of safe water production: Professor Nidal Hilal publishes new book on Boron Separation Processes
Longitude Prize 2014: Water, water everywhere?
The case for the water challenge by Prof Nidal Hilal - Desalination deserves vote for £10 million prize to find solution to world water shortage
Swansea University engineering student shows he’s worth his salt 
Ask a Scientist: Materials researcher contributes to Science Uncovered Magazine
Swansea PhD student awarded the Engineering and Technology best paper prize at the 7th annual Saudi Students Conference 
Coastal flooding: A shortfall in will, not expertise
Leading Ser Cymru engineering researcher hails Swansea progress
Centre for NanoHealth welcomes new Co-Director
Graduation success for Sam Kenvyn
Energy boost - £2.5 million funding and 40 research posts for new Swansea centre on coatings
Further 18 months of funding for University’s Materials: Live!’ science and engineering initiative


Seventh edition of the legendary reference book published
Swansea University Chemical Engineers Highly Commended in IChemE Awards Ceremony
Swansea academic to lead UK-Russia workshop for early career researchers in Moscow
‘Catching the light’ team inspire Rainbow Nation youngsters
Solar energy research centre to put Wales at forefront of solar industry
Dr Wulf Dettmer awarded the Zienkiewicz Medal and Prize
100% student satisfaction in Materials Engineering - National Student Survey 2013
University welcomes Chinese colleagues for second Swansea-Tsinghua Joint Workshop of Computational Mechanics
Swansea Engineering student wins historic double Boccia gold
(Swimming) Cap and Gown for First Class Paralympian Graduate
Economy Minister celebrates science and engineering excellence at Swansea University
£1.65 million in collaborative research funding for SPECIFIC
Royal Society’s Summer Exhibition 2013: British Sea Power
Swansea student aerospace engineers fly high in competition
Kinder Suprise! Engineering postgraduate wins Research As Art 2013
New study finds active videogaming (‘exergaming’) is good for children's health
University flies high with new flight simulator