Soapbox Science 2018 Swansea
Sat 23rd Jun, 2018
Swansea is celebrating its first lustrum of Soapbox Science events! We will be hosting our fifth Soapbox Science event on Saturday 23rd of June 2018.Click here to read more
Oriel Science Cafe-Carbon Dioxide as a Fuel of the Future
Wed 30th May, 2018
Join Dr Jennifer Rudd @ the National Waterfront Museum @ 7:30PM Speaking about rising carbon dioxide emissions and decreasing fossil fuel resources are two of the biggest problems facing our planet today. What if we could fix both problems simultaneously? During this interactive presentation, which invites audience participation, Dr Jennifer Rudd will describe the research she is carrying out turning carbon dioxide into the fuel of our future. Hear practical advice about reducing your carbon footprint, learn about new technologies that suck carbon dioxide out of the air and discover why we think copper might be the solution to our problems.Click here to read more
A pint of Hydrogen. The future of renewable energy.
Tue 15th May, 2018
Hydrogen is the energy carrier of the future. This talk will explore the concept of hydrogen as an energy carrier, utilising audience power as a energy source for conversion and storage linking in various concepts and scientific incites from the everyday world as we store energy in the form of hydrogen and then experience the burning of a hydrogen flame.Click here to read more
Is academia a career option for me?
Fri 16th Mar, 2018
"Is academia a career option for me?" This was the question in delegates’ minds when they came to "Richness in Diversity: Academic Careers in STEM", a one-day conference held at Swansea University aimed at inspiring early career researchers.Click here to read more
Celebrate International Women’s Day with Dr Jennifer Rudd
Thu 8th Mar, 2018
Today, 8 March 2018, is International Women’s Day. All over the world people are taking action to #PressforProgress – the theme of this year’s campaign. International Women’s Day is a “call to motivate and unite friends, colleagues and whole communities to think, act and be gender inclusive.”Click here to read more
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