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Icy Earthquakes: Warming Planet Shakes Up Glaciers
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Glaciers are warming so fast they are causing earthquakes

Swansea University/Nick Selmes Researchers setting up GPS equipment next to the north side of Helheim Glacier in Greenland See Also Watch A Mile Of 3,000-Foot-High Ice Fall Into The Ocean New Satellite Image Shows Major Ice Chunk ... Business Insider, 4 days ago
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Study Reveals What Happens During A 'Glacial Earthquake'

One of the 20 GPS sensors deployed on Greenland's Helheim Glacier to track its movement. Alistair Everett/Swansea University hide caption i toggle caption Alistair Everett/Swansea University When giant icebergs break off of huge, ...
 NPR1 week ago Backward-moving glacier helps scientists explain glacial earthquakes  PhysOrg.com1 week ago Glacial quakes may serve as indicators of glacier disruption  EurekAlert!1 week ago Scientists Learn Exactly What Happens During Glacial Earthquakes  Tech Times1 week ago
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'Threatening behaviour' at uni dept

Fresh allegations of threatening and sexist behaviour have been made against a father and son at Swansea University's School of Management. The claims against professors Nigel and Niall Piercy came to light during a staff forum set up by the ...
 BBC5 days ago
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Research as Art winners announced

Winners of Swansea University's competition, which sees researchers convey their research in a striking image, are announced. Research as Art - a challenge set by Swansea University for researchers and scientists to convey their topics in a ...
 BBC1 week ago Winners of Research as Art competition set to be announced  Noodls1 week ago Researchers and public explore what it means to be human  Swansea University3 weeks ago New Research Assistant - Benjamin Jones  Cardiff University5 days ago
Yourstory.in

Tata Steel working towards environment friendly steel making using algae

Tata Steel has said that it has joined hands with Swansea University for a project at its Port Talbot facility in UK to test how steelworks algae can combat climate change. The collaboration known as ACCOMPLISH (Algal Carbon Capture and ...
 Yourstory.in4 weeks ago Tata Steel, Swansea University join hands for environment proj  Business Standard4 weeks ago
Gradplus.com

New Swansea University campus is going green

Swansea University's new £450 million Bay Campus will be one of the greenest in the UK when it opens this autumn. Some 3,000 trees and 3,800 shrubs are being planted to provide an evergreen feel while the campus will also be one of very few sites ...
 Gradplus.com2 days ago Uni campus set for September opening  BBC1 month ago Swansea University reveals recruitment plans for Bay Campus ...  Gradplus.com1 month ago Swansea uni to offer 60 new jobs  BBC1 month ago
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Funding boost for the National Centre for Population Health and Wellbeing Research

Cardiff University, alongside partner universities Swansea and Bangor, has been awarded £2,249,927 to lead the National Centre for Population Health and Wellbeing Research (NCPHWR), an all-Wales Research Centre The funding from Health and Care ...
 Cardiff University1 month ago £2.25m for health research centre  BBC1 month ago Funding boost for all Wales health and wellbeing research centre  Swansea University1 month ago

Probe into uni dept's management

An investigation into Swansea University's School of Management is under way, the BBC understands. Several past and present employees told the BBC they were unhappy with the way they were treated. Bethan Jenkins, AM, has called for an external ...
 Austin American Statesman1 month ago
Irish Independent

Like clockwork! Babies should wake at night finds new study

New research from Swansea University challenges the idea that babies should be sleeping through the night. The study led by the Department of Public Health, Policy and Social Sciences asked mothers with a baby aged 6 - 12 months how often their ...
 ITV.com1 month ago Sleepless nights: New research finds babies should wake at night  Swansea University1 month ago All babies can sleep through the night from 12 weeks - 'Magic Sleep Fairy' baby guru has the...  Irish Independent5 days ago Baby Not Sleeping Through The Night At 6 Weeks Old? That's Completely Normal, Say Experts  Huffington Post UK1 month ago
Irish Examiner

Swansea University excels in new university ratings

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. In addition, the University has also been awarded 5 Stars in the globally ...
 Noodls1 month ago 19 signs you're not ready to leave university and enter the terrifying real world  Irish Examiner3 weeks ago 26.05 - Go-ahead given for educational programme to improve literacy through Latin - GLASGOW  MyScience1 month ago A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF RAPID ACCESS MODELS OF CARE AND THEIR EFFECTS ON DELAYS IN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS  Emergency Medicine Journal1 month ago
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