Front cover of book showing cable cars moving above trees with a city buildings in the background

31 May 2022

Updated book examines today’s key tourism issues

Professor Paul Boyle, Vice-Chancellor of Swansea University and Mark Hackett, Chief Executive of Swansea Bay University Health Board sign the Swansea Bay Healthy Travel Charter.

30 May 2022

New Charter to promote sustainable travel in Swansea Bay

A young boy enjoying the GwyddonLe

26 May 2022

Swansea University announces GwyddonLe programme at the Urdd Eisteddfod

The Times Higher Education Impact Rankings top 200 logo

25 May 2022

Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2022

Two men dressed as medieval knights in armour fighting outdoors with swords while being photographed by a person with a camera.

24 May 2022

Documentary project unites University and community to put spotlight on Gower

Winners at the Research and Innovation Awards

24 May 2022

Research and Innovation Awards mark Swansea University’s first major celebration since 2020

Older woman sitting down looking up at a nurse in uniform who has her arms on her shoulders and smiling

20 May 2022

New study searching for Welsh speakers living in care

Vice Chancellor Prof Paul Boyle (fifth from left) and Prof Judith Lamie (right end of row) with senior figures from Université Grenoble Alpes

19 May 2022

Research conference set to boost Swansea’s partnership with Grenoble and its European links

A group of students throwing their graduation caps in the air.

18 May 2022

Swansea University Employability Academy Shortlisted in Prestigious Careers and Employability Awards

Sunproofed project logo: the Swansea-led research team will examine what is currently being taught in Welsh schools about sun safety and what influence this has on the knowledge and behaviour of children, teachers, staff and school managers.

18 May 2022

Sun safety for children – new research will explore primary schools' role in preventing skin cancer

Man sitting at a table with outstretched arm, sleeve rolled up, having his blood pressure taken by person wearing white coat and holding clipboard

18 May 2022

Health checks make life-saving difference for people with a learning disability

Artist's impression of the exterior of the CISM building.

16 May 2022

Funding to help semiconductor innovation achieve Net Zero ambitions

Dylan Thomas Prize logo

12 May 2022

Patricia Lockwood wins 2022 Swansea University Dylan Thomas Prize with debut novel

Aerial image of Swansea University’s Bay and Singleton Campus with the REF2021 Research Excellence Framework logo at the centre.

12 May 2022

Swansea University increases proportion of world-leading and internationally excellent research

Graphene device chip attached to an electrical connector.

11 May 2022

New method of detecting viruses in a pinprick

Public health professor Ronan Lyons becomes Fellow of Academy of Medical Sciences

11 May 2022

Public health professor becomes Fellow of Academy of Medical Sciences

Coastline: seeing a larger number of species on urban coastlines - from marine animals to seaweed - is likely to improve the wellbeing of local people and visitors, new research from a team at Swansea University has revealed.

11 May 2022

Seeing more species at the coast improves wellbeing – research underlines benefits of biodiversity

Woman looking at a tablet with graphics of love hearts and butterflies surrounding the screen

9 May 2022

Education and earning potential hold the key to online dating popularity

Hay Festival

9 May 2022

Swansea University at Hay Festival

An elderly man's hand on a walking stick

9 May 2022

Four in 10 in need of social care in Wales did not access services during the pandemic, study shows

Pictured (L-R): Susie Moore, Lead Midwife for education and head of Midwifery Education, senior lecturer in midwifery, Lucy Evans, who was part of the development team and Nicky Court, Programme Director for the Midwifery degree.

5 May 2022

Special International Day of the Midwife award for Welsh midwives

Man and woman in wetsuits standing up on a surfboard in the sea

4 May 2022

Study shows how surfing may boost wellbeing of brain injury survivors

The Learned Society of Wales logo.

3 May 2022

Swansea University academics honoured by Learned Society of Wales