Swansea University is celebrating being rewarded with the largest growth in quality research funding in Wales and the third largest growth of all research intensive universities in the UK for 2015/16.
News Posts from : May2015
Council bosses have revealed the names of the five companies they have chosen to come up with plans to deliver their vision for the land where the Civic Centre now stands and the old St David’s shopping centre site.
Swansea University has once again been recognised as an outstanding University with the news that it has improved 5 places in the Guardian University League Tables 2016.
Two Swansea-based companies have been ranked among Wales’ top innovators by organisers of flagship UK technology event, Digital 2015.
Laing O’Rourke named as preferred bidder for £200M contract to build turbine house and sluice gate structure for Tidal Lagoon
Swansea University is devising advanced plans for a new centre for world-class computer science research, to be based on the Bay Campus.
Plans to boost economic prosperity across the Swansea Bay City Region have taken a major step forward. Swansea University has now signed a pledge with Swansea Council that will see both organisations working more closely together than ever to help generate economic growth, create more jobs, improve education and promote a culture of enterprise and innovation.
The urban feel of New York City comes to Swansea thanks to another independent business that has opened its doors on High Street.
Swansea University Medical School has recently won £2,249,927.00 funding from Health and Care Research Wales to lead the Centre for Population Health and Wellbeing Research (NCPHWR) an all Wales Research Centre.