Texas Collaboration Funding Awards have been made to academics in each of Swansea's Academic Colleges:
Professor Sue Jordan from the College of Human and Health Science received a Texas Collaboration Funding Award to develop a collaborative research project with colleagues at UT Austin which will examine the feasibility, reliability and validity of innovative multiparametric epidermal sensor systems developed by engineers at UT Austin. Read more
A Texas Collaboration Funding Award supported Dr Luca Trenta from the Department of Politics and International Relations to undertake collaborative research with colleagues at Texas A&M University. The collaboration, in conjunction with colleagues from Texas A&M’s Bush School of Government and Public Service, focuses on the military effectiveness of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (drones). Read more
Dr Lisa Wallace from Swansea University Medical School received a Texas Collaboration Funding Award to develop student mobility opportunities with Texas partner institutions. This led to the development of the Baylor College of Medicine summer programme which allows students from BSc Applied Medical Sciences to spend 6 weeks working on innovation projects in the Baylor College of Medicine's Department of Surgery Incubator. Read more.