Scrap: the project team’s aim is to build an industrial-scale pilot plant that can demonstrate the very latest sorting and processing technology and show that it works. It would increase the amount of waste that is recovered and recycled

30 August 2022

Industry support needed for new high-tech sorting plant to cut waste and boost recycling

Four children are playing football in a park in front of a hedge and two benches.

29 August 2022

Report Card raises concerns over health and well-being of children and young people

Smiling woman sitting inside in front of a table

25 August 2022

How family tragedy has driven student’s desire to improve healthcare in her community

Ukrainian flag and monument to independence: Independence Square (the Maidan), Kyiv, Ukraine

23 August 2022

University reveals ongoing support for Ukraine as it marks the country’s National Day

CEIC conference set to share ideas on sustainable future of Wales

23 August 2022

CEIC conference set to share ideas on sustainable future of Wales

Two people wearing scrubs in a clinical room

22 August 2022

New course provides direct route to a career looking after surgical patients

The reconstructed megadolon (Otodus megalodon) was 16 meters long and weighed over 61 tons. It was estimated that it could swim at around 1.4 meters per second. (Illustration J.J. Giraldo)

18 August 2022

New 3D model reveals megalodon weighed more than 61 tonnes and could eat whole killer whales

A researcher looks into a microscope.

17 August 2022

Swansea University to train even more medical students

Alpha Evans

17 August 2022

Swansea student wins award for her outstanding contribution to Welsh language

Laboratory work on materials science (left) leads to breakthroughs in areas like solar cells (centre)

16 August 2022

Materials science and engineering top the UK rankings for student satisfaction

Firefighters tackling a grass fire

16 August 2022

EU experts combining knowledge to reduce wildfire danger

A group of five male and female students are laughing together as they walk on a beach.

12 August 2022

Students encouraged to find their space for a bright future at Swansea

Maximum daily fire weather index in England.

11 August 2022

Rising temperatures and extremely dry conditions contribute to unprecedented UK wildfire danger

Professor Ronan Lyons' Covid contribution recognised with new honour

10 August 2022

Professor’s Covid contribution recognised with new honour

A group photo of the Wales StartUp Awards 2022 winners. (Credit: StartUp Awards National Series)

8 August 2022

Enterprising Swansea University graduates celebrated at prestigious Welsh business awards

Group of people outside standing in a line holding a green flag

6 August 2022

Swansea University named one of country’s best green spaces

A screenshot from a values identification task included in the ACTing Minds game.

5 August 2022

Innovative video game supporting mental health skills and psychological flexibility

Underwater view of seagrass growing on a seabed.

5 August 2022

The value of seagrass to the planet’s future is far greater than appreciated

Book cover: in his chapter Professor Davies argues that Covid and Brexit combine with longstanding problems to present an unprecedented economic challenge for Wales

5 August 2022

Wales’ economic prospects at their most uncertain for 20 years

Woman sitting outside in the countryside with her back to the camera

4 August 2022

How learning about wellbeing can benefit university students’ own wellbeing

People from Khuded in a training session inside the new Active Building with a speaker from local community organisation Keshav Shrusthi, partners of the Swansea-led SUNRISE team. In the background are the new freezer, flour mill and rice husking machine powered by solar energy

3 August 2022

Clean, green, reliable electricity for village as first Active Building in India opens

Logo for organisation ConcePTION featuring graphic of breastfeeding and words

2 August 2022

Call for breastfeeding data collection to measure medicine impact

Architect's image of the new Biophilic building, which will transform the former Woolworths unit on Oxford Street in central Swansea – opposite Waterstones bookshop - and feature a new adjoining 13-storey structure.

2 August 2022

University expertise to help new “Living Building” residents in Swansea to grow their food on roof

Baby being breastfed by its mother who is wearing a T-shirt

2 August 2022

New study reveals the public make it more difficult for women to breastfeed