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walesonline
Nearly a third of people in parts of Wales do no exercise at allin the region could be prevented if people were more active, delegates at the P
Nearly a third of people in parts of Wales do no exercise at all
walesonline / Posted 2 hours ago
in the region could be prevented if people were more active, delegates at the Promise to Move You More conference held at Swansea University heard. The event, hosted by Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University (ABMU) Health Board’s Physical Activity... Read more
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express
Cancer experts write to government to demand life saving drug be used on NHSto Nice demanding it be approved. Among the signatories to the letter is Profe
Cancer experts write to government to demand life saving drug be used on NHS
express / Posted 3 days ago
to Nice demanding it be approved. Among the signatories to the letter is Professor John Wagstaff, a cancer specialist at Swansea University, who helped carry out the trial. This is a life-extending and potentially life-saving... Read more
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Swansea City FC
Alan Curtis awarded Honorary Degreehas been awarded an Honorary Degree. Curt, currently first-team coach with the
Alan Curtis awarded Honorary Degree
Swansea City FC / Posted 8 days ago
has been awarded an Honorary Degree. Curt, currently first-team coach with the Swans, was presented with the away by Swansea University at their graduation ceremony for the College of Arts and Humanities. Known around the club as “legend”,... Read more
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CNN
The British town that really wants to leave Europebefore because I didn't want to jump right in and regret it later," says Connor
The British town that really wants to leave Europe
CNN / Posted 12 days ago
before because I didn't want to jump right in and regret it later," says Connor Crosbie, who when he's not studying law at Swansea University in Wales heads back to Romford to help out on his dad Dave's seafood stall. He recalls engaging in... Read more
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walesonline
New pictures show how different Porthcawl could lookof Surfing in Wales. A Coast Life Centre, an education and research facility,
New pictures show how different Porthcawl could look
walesonline / Posted 12 days ago
of Surfing in Wales. A Coast Life Centre, an education and research facility, is also being developed in partnership with Swansea University. There will also be an amphitheatre outside, which will be a performance space, a display venue for local... Read more
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PhysOrg
Ocean warming primary cause of Antarctic Peninsula glacier retreatfinding will enable researchers to make better predictions of ice loss from thi
Ocean warming primary cause of Antarctic Peninsula glacier retreat
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
finding will enable researchers to make better predictions of ice loss from this region. The research, by scientists at Swansea University and British Antarctic Survey, is published in the journal Science today. The study reports that glaciers... Read more
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KERA North Texas
This Steel Town Voted For Brexit. Now Its Jobs Are In Jeopardylucrative the plant was called "Treasure Island," says Bleddyn Penny, who wrote
This Steel Town Voted For Brexit. Now Its Jobs Are In Jeopardy
KERA North Texas / Posted 13 days ago
lucrative the plant was called "Treasure Island," says Bleddyn Penny, who wrote his doctoral dissertation on the plant at Swansea University. Over the years, steel-making became more productive, and the British steel industry had to struggle with... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
This Steel Town Voted For Brexit. Now Its Jobs Are In Jeopardylucrative the plant was called "Treasure Island," says Bleddyn Penny, who wrote
This Steel Town Voted For Brexit. Now Its Jobs Are In Jeopardy
KPBS San Diego / Posted 13 days ago
lucrative the plant was called "Treasure Island," says Bleddyn Penny, who wrote his doctoral dissertation on the plant at Swansea University. Over the years, steel-making became more productive, and the British steel industry had to struggle with... Read more
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Daily Mail
World's longest mathsl proof would take 10 BILLION years to readthe proof itself would take 10 billion years to read Dr Marijn Heule from the
World's longest mathsl proof would take 10 BILLION years to read
Daily Mail / Posted 16 days ago
the proof itself would take 10 billion years to read Dr Marijn Heule from the University of Texas, Dr Oliver Kullmann from Swansea University and Professor Victor Marek from the University of Kentucky used a supercomputer to solve the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Swansea University guidebeaches, and there are many activities including surfing, sailing and horse rid
Swansea University guide
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
beaches, and there are many activities including surfing, sailing and horse riding available in the local area.Facilities Swansea University is located less than a minute from the beachfront. Accommodation in halls of residence ranges from around... Read more
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Times of Malta
Too much internet ‘could damage immune system’Spending too much time on the internet could damage your immune system, a study
Too much internet ‘could damage immune system’
Times of Malta / Posted 16 days ago
Spending too much time on the internet could damage your immune system, a study has found. Swansea University’s College of Human and Health Science found that people who have greater levels of internet addiction catch more colds and flu bugs than... Read more
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walesonline
Welsh referee and transgender Army officer to receive Honorary Fellowshipsmore than 100 million customers, will also be honoured. Earlier this year Nige
Welsh referee and transgender Army officer to receive Honorary Fellowships
walesonline / Posted 16 days ago
more than 100 million customers, will also be honoured. Earlier this year Nigel Owens received an honorary degree at Swansea University He is one of four university alumni returning for this year’s ceremony, along with Professor Julia... Read more
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PhysOrg
How fungi stage a deadly under-water attack on Aedes mosquito larvaeBiological vector control that enlists insect pathogens is therefore an attract
How fungi stage a deadly under-water attack on Aedes mosquito larvae
PhysOrg / Posted 20 days ago
Biological vector control that enlists insect pathogens is therefore an attractive alternative. Tariq Butt, from Swansea University, UK, and colleagues, work on using pathogenic fungi to kill mosquitoes. Such fungi can kill insects in... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Too much internet could damage your immune systemJuly 07, 2016 - 03:02 pm Spending too much time on the internet could damage y
Too much internet could damage your immune system
Irish Examiner / Posted 20 days ago
July 07, 2016 - 03:02 pm Spending too much time on the internet could damage your immune system, a study has found. Swansea University’s College of Human and Health Sciences found that people who have greater levels of internet addiction... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Too much time online can damage your immune systemalso tend to smoke and drink alcohol more. The latest research was conducted b
Too much time online can damage your immune system
Daily Mirror / Posted 20 days ago
also tend to smoke and drink alcohol more. The latest research was conducted by Professor Phil Reed and Rebecca Vile from Swansea University, Dr Lisa A Osborne from Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board, and Dr Michela Romano and... Read more
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walesonline
Did Tony Blair put the country on course for Brexit?still be required reading for those who act from misplaced convictions, however
Did Tony Blair put the country on course for Brexit?
walesonline / Posted 20 days ago
still be required reading for those who act from misplaced convictions, however genuine they believe them to be, and who then leave it to others to suffer the consequences. Jon Roper is Emeritus Professor of American Studies at Swansea Uni... Read more
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HITC Sport
'Wales have a spirit': the view from Chris Coleman's Swansea neighbourhoodshoulders. This is a history-making team, whatever the Portugal result. Gethin
'Wales have a spirit': the view from Chris Coleman's Swansea neighbourhood
HITC Sport / Posted 21 days ago
shoulders. This is a history-making team, whatever the Portugal result. Gethin Matthews, a lecturer in Welsh history at Swansea University and a keen football fan, said the tournament had provided a huge boost for the nation. “Wales is a small... Read more
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Daily Mail
Salmonella could be used to shrink cancerous tumoursthe UK Tumours could be shrunk using a harmless strain of salmonella bacteria,
Salmonella could be used to shrink cancerous tumours
Daily Mail / Posted 21 days ago
the UK Tumours could be shrunk using a harmless strain of salmonella bacteria, scientists have discovered. Researchers at Swansea University believe the ‘game-changer’ breakthrough could revolutionise the treatment of prostate cancer. It could... Read more
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Daily Mail
Prince Charles and Camilla tuck into a plateful of fish and chipsvillage Aberdaron The Duchess of Cornwall wore a vibrant turquoise jacket and
Prince Charles and Camilla tuck into a plateful of fish and chips
Daily Mail / Posted 22 days ago
village Aberdaron The Duchess of Cornwall wore a vibrant turquoise jacket and skirt Yesterday the couple unveiled a new Swansea University campus As the Prince of Wales, it's no secret that Charles has a special fondness of the country. And... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success « Shropshire Starhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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Gazette
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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guardian-series
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
guardian-series / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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Harrow Times
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
Harrow Times / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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This is West Country
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
This is West Country / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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Gazette News
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
Gazette News / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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Bolton News
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
Bolton News / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
Croydon Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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Northern Echo
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
Northern Echo / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
Kingston Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
Oxford Mail / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
Streatham Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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Bury Times
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 successhe was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an inn
Charles 'surprised' as audience shows up despite Welsh Euro 2016 success
Bury Times / Posted 23 days ago
he was thrilled to see the site brought back to life. He also witnessed an innovative water purifying system developed by Swansea University's Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI). Professor Andrew Barron said a prototype tested in Guatemala,... Read more
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walesonline
Prince Charles opens new university campus on his annual summer visit to Walesmortal coil.” None were more praising of the Prince’s role in the new campus t
Prince Charles opens new university campus on his annual summer visit to Wales
walesonline / Posted 23 days ago
mortal coil.” None were more praising of the Prince’s role in the new campus than Richard B Davies, Vice Chancellor of Swansea University, who said: “The Swansea Bay campus will enable us to attract inward investment to Wales and promote the... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Decriminalise selling sex: British MPsor selling sex in public. In a submission to the committee, the National Union
Decriminalise selling sex: British MPs
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 23 days ago
or selling sex in public. In a submission to the committee, the National Union of Students (NUS) cited research led by Swansea University into student sex work which found that almost 5% of students in the study had engaged in sex work at some... Read more
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International Business Times
Swansea Brexit rebellion: 'I'm not racist but...' – How concerns over immigration swayed the vote again because he had always been eurosceptic. People say it's racist to vote t
Swansea Brexit rebellion: 'I'm not racist but...' – How concerns over immigration swayed the vote
International Business Times / Posted 27 days ago
again because he had always been eurosceptic. People say it's racist to vote to Leave. But it's not...- Brexiteer Andy Swansea University statement: 'Ambitious and adaptable' Despite the many unknowns about the outcomes of referendum, we... Read more
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walesonline
Spending too much time on the internet can make you ill, study claimsspending too much time on the internet make you ill? The study was conducted b
Spending too much time on the internet can make you ill, study claims
walesonline / Posted 1 months ago
spending too much time on the internet make you ill? The study was conducted by Professor Phil Reed and Rebecca Vile from Swansea University alongside Dr Lisa A Osborne from Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University (ABMU) health board and Dr Michela... Read more

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